If you’re looking for a great carrot muffin recipe, this is the one! These Carrot Pineapple Muffins are easy, healthy wholegrain muffins that are perfect for breakfast or snacks. Made with spelt flour, oat bran, and crushed pineapple, these healthy carrot muffins are a freezer-friendly treat you’ll love to have on hand.
Vegetarian Breakfast Recipes
Breakfast is THE most important meal of the day. Power yourself through all that your schedule has to offer with these healthy and delicious vegetarian breakfast recipes. From Asparagus Quiche to Pumpkin Granola to Banana Freezer Waffles, find something delicious and 100% all-natural for your family today!
No Sugar Banana Bran Muffins! These refined sugar free banana muffins are sweetened with nothing but bananas and dates. Made with whole wheat flour, oats, lots of bran, and studded with walnuts and banana chunks, these healthy bran muffins make a great breakfast, snack, or lunchbox treat.
Vegan Banana Waffles! This vegan waffle recipe is easy to make and super healthy. Made with whole wheat flour, brown bananas, and flax seeds, these are perfect to keep frozen and pop into the toaster on a busy morning.
Ricotta and Spinach Egg Bake is an easy, protein-packed meal that’s perfect for breakfast or dinner. Baked in individual ramekins, this healthy vegetarian dish goes from oven to table in just 15 minutes.
Indonesian Black Rice Pudding is a healthy vegan recipe that’s perfect for breakfast or dessert! Made with coconut milk and naturally sweetened with coconut sugar, this rice pudding recipe can be made on the stove top or in the Instant Pot.
Use up your brown bananas in this healthy Coconut Banana Granola Recipe! Easy to make, vegan, and naturally sweetened with maple syrup, this homemade granola is perfect for breakfast or afternoon snacks.
This Healthy Pumpkin Granola recipe combines warm fall spices with real pumpkin, crunchy millet, and golden raisins for a delicious homemade granola the whole family will love. It’s totally vegan, naturally sweetened, and easy to make.
Egg In A Squash Hole – Eggs are baked in rings of roasted squash for a delicious, healthy, fun, gluten-free and Whole 30 compatible breakfast the whole family will enjoy.
Make these easy apple overnight oats and your breakfast will be a cinch! This healthy and gut-friendly recipe uses yoghurt for a light fermentation of the oats, and cinnamon for incredible flavour.
Healthy Whole Wheat Muffins with Cinnamon Roasted Apples! These muffins are super easy to make and are perfect for breakfast or a snack. A simple recipe with ingredients you probably already have at home.
Cinnamon Roasted Apples! This is an easy and healthy recipe for apples baked in the oven with cinnamon and a touch of brown sugar. Eat them for dessert, add them to your breakfast, or just straight from the pan!
This Vegetarian Frittata Recipe features sweet corn and tomatoes with a bit of sharp cheddar for an easy and healthy meal the whole family will love. Naturally low-carb and gluten-free, this healthy vegetarian frittata is perfect for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or make-ahead meals!
How to make Chia Pudding – this easy make-ahead recipe soaks overnight in the fridge for a gut-friendly breakfast. Easily made vegan or Whole 30 compliant, this simple chia pudding is for everyone to enjoy!
These easy Vegetarian Breakfast Burritos are a healthy, freezer-friendly option for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Made in one pan, loaded with veggies, scrambled eggs, and whole wheat tortillas, these are great for meal prep and make-ahead meals.
Healthy Cherry Muffins made with fresh cherries and dark chocolate chunks! This muffin recipe is easy to make and uses good-for-you ingredients like yoghurt, oatmeal, and wholegrain rye flour. It’s a cherry muffin the whole family will love!
This creamy dreamy Date Almond Smoothie is thick and luscious like a milkshake, yet totally plant-based and packed with veggies. Naturally sweetened with frozen banana and dates, nutty and delicious, this is just the thing when you want something sweet but healthy.
Berry Cream Pie Overnight Oats – Get your breakfast ready the night before and you’ll be in for a treat in the morning! Naturally sweetened with banana, and gut-friendly with yoghurt and a long soak to ferment the oats, these overnight oats are creamy, dreamy, and packed with good nutrition.
Smoky Asparagus Quiche! Made with softened leeks, smoked cheese, and a wholegrain spelt crust, this quiche is perfect for a springtime brunch.
Sweet Potato Gingerbread Waffles made with whole wheat flour and scented with festive spices. This easy recipe makes perfect healthy freezer waffles that you can simply pop in the toaster when you’re in the mood for waffles.
I have a vague memory of asparagus growing in my parents’ back yard in Vancouver. Not a lot of it, just a handful of spindly stalks poking up each spring in the raised garden bed beside the garage. Asparagus is a perennial crop, so I’m sure it was planted at some point in ancient history…
Before I had a child of my own I never understood what the big deal was, why people with children complained about never being able to get things done. Don’t babies sleep all the time? Well. Consider myself appropriately humbled. The last eight months have been an adventure, to say the least, and gratifying beyond belief….
These quick and easy overnight oats are pumpkin spice and everything nice! Vegan, easily gluten free, and ready when you wake up – what’s not to love? Hi there, it’s me in the spoon! For the past few months I have been on an oat bender. It started when I came home after my summer…
A simple, naturally sweetened granola made from wholesome ingredients and autumn flavours. Your kitchen will smell amazing when you make this! I’m a bad Canadian. Or a bad blogger. Or maybe both. I never get my act together and post something for Canadian Thanksgiving, which, as an expat, seems to sneak up on me every…
A savoury and comforting make-ahead dish with layers of whole grain bread, swiss chard, and gruyere cheese baked in an eggy custard. Somehow the equinox slipped past me this year. Maybe because the weather in Stockholm has been somewhat autumny for a while now. Or maybe because I’ve had other things on my mind. But…
People keep asking me how I’m doing these days, and the answer is this: I’m hungry. I’m hungry All. The. Time. Seriously, from the moment I wake up until about 3pm, I’m eating every 60 – 90 minutes. And when I eat it goes something like this: feeling full –> full –> full –> full…