Course: Breakfast

Pan Baby (AKA Dutch Baby AKA Dutch Pancake)

This dish goes by many names, but we’ve always called it a Pan Baby. It’s basically like a giant popover. Every Sunday, for as long as I can remember, my mom makes a Pan Baby for breakfast, served with an assortment of fruit sauces, syrup, yogurt, etc. It’s delicious and beautiful, but most of all, […] Read more…

 

Tahini-Coconut Banana Bread

This bread comes out of the oven with a tender texture and rich, but balanced, flavor. Because the only sweetener added is the mashed banana, the bread delivers banana flavor without being overly sweet. Read more…

 

Applesauce Cinnamon Sourdough Pancakes

Sourdough isn’t just for bread! You can use your sourdough starter to make some pretty amazing pancakes. They taste like spiced apple cider and have a tender, fluffy, yet slightly chewy consistency. Bonus: This recipe has only 5 main ingredients and comes together in less than 30 minutes (as long as you remember to feed your starter the night before!)  Read more…

 

Potato Eggs Benedict

This recipe is featured in our Healthy, Happy Pregnancy Cookbook and is one of our favorites, especially for a weekend breakfast or brunch, pregnant or not. The combination of eggs and potatoes is a natural fit that we can’t get enough of! Try it and let us know what you think in the comments! And […] Read more…

 

Sesame-Coconut-Turmeric French Toast

Crispy, flavorful sesame seed, almond meal, coconut, and turmeric crusted French toast. It’s sautéed in coconut oil, and the final result is a tender inside, crispy outside, and a warm, toasted coconut flavor. Read more…

 

Chocolate Peanut Butter (Secret Ingredient) Breakfast Smoothie

Protein-rich breakfast smoothie

If you like the chocolate peanut butter combo (really, is there anyone out there who doesn’t?) please give this smoothie a try! It’s nutritionally balanced to provide the perfect combination of protein, fiber, and healthy fats to keep you feeling satisfied all morning long. The secret ingredient in here is steamed cooled cauliflower. Before you […] Read more…

 

Banana Bread Chia Pudding

Craving banana bread but not in the mood to bake? Our chia pudding has you covered. Chia seeds are hydrophilic, meaning they can absorb much more liquid than their tiny size might indicate. That means that they keep you hydrated for a while after eating them and they also keep you feeling full and satisfied for an energized morning.

 

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