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Butternut Pikelets Recipe

By: Susan Joy

Pikelets are mini pancakes that are usually served at room temperature spread with grass-fed butter or ghee. These pikelets are flavoured with delicious butternut pumpkin which gives them their soft and fluffy texture. They are perfect for afternoon tea or as a kids healthy after school snack (see nut-free option below for lunchboxes). Read more

Mushroom Omelette Recipe

By: Susan Joy

A hearty and healthy breakfast or brunch with a delicious mushroom filling that’s flavoured with coconut aminos, parsley and chives. Read more

Chocolate Granola Recipe

By: Susan Joy

In this delicious chocolate granola you get the natural flavour and goodness of raw cacao powder, nuts, seeds and coconut oil; which you won’t find in the chocolate flavoured cereal boxes in the supermarket. Serve with coconut yoghurt and berries, nut milk or layered in a breakfast or dessert parfait. Read more

Spearmint Smoothie Summer Breakfast

By: Susan Joy

With Summer well and truly upon us, what better breakfast than something refreshing and cold! Read more

Tropical Smoothie

By: Susan Joy

This creamy, refreshing tropical smoothie not only tastes amazing but it contains ingredients to help with gut health and digestion. Read more

Spiced Up Chia Pudding

By: Susan Joy

This spiced pudding is delicious warm or cold. Sweet flavoured spices like cinnamon, cardamom and nutmeg not only make this yummy chia pudding flavourful, but so healthy. Read more

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Zucchini Breakfast Muffins

By: Susan Joy

These no-fuss breakfast muffins have a lovely light texture. The fussiest eater will love these but if you would like to bump-up the flavour for spice lovers just add your favourite herbs and spices (paprika works well in this recipe). Make extra to keep in the fridge for snacks or school lunch boxes. Read more

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Three Nutritious 5 Minute Breakfasts

By: Supriya Sajja

We all know “breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” But sometimes when you’re choosing between the extra 20 minutes of sleep or eating breakfast, it’s a no brainer that you’ll hit snooze one more time. Read more