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This creamy rice bowl is incredibly luxurious and fragrant. It is delicious served warm and silky, or the next day when it has thickened slightly.
The crispy rice makes this breakfast bowl extra delicious – I find my large cast iron frying pan gives me the best result.
The true secret to this shake is the orange zest, providing an intense orange zing that can’t be beat.
Covered in gooey butterscotch popcorn, this shake is just the thing for an all-night monster- movie marathon.
This chocolate, banana and caramel shake is guaranteed to turn you into a drooling mess.
A healthy breakfast hidden in a monster shake. Is this Dr Jekyll or Mr Hyde? Who knows – all that matters is that it’s delicious.
Prepare this chia pudding (without the topping) the night before for an almost instant breakfast.
Chia pudding keeps well in the refrigerator for three to four days, so it’s great to make a batch and enjoy it over the week.
Quinoa and millet complement and balance each other in this recipe. Toasting the seeds for the sprinkle gives them an extra crunchy texture – the sprinkle is a...
Amaranth is a highly nutritious pseudo-grain with a history reaching back to the Aztecs some 5000 years ago. Toasting amaranth before cooking mellows out the...
This ‘oatmeal’ has a great creamy consistency and the quinoa flakes have an earthiness that pairs beautifully with blueberries and cinnamon. The just-ripe pear...
Strawberries and rose water add a fresh and fragrant lightness to this chia breakfast bowl.
Toasting the semolina before cooking is not necessary for this recipe to be successful; however, it does give the dish a pleasing mellow nuttiness, adding an...