A delicious & chocolatey layered addition to any dessert platter, office morning tea, after-dinner dessert, or pick me up snack!
Beginning with a creamy Cashew Mylk chocolate layer, subtly sweet caramel chocolate layer, and finishing with a berry & cacao cereal mix topping.
Feel free to change up the toppings with fresh berries, coconut flakes, more chocolate layers, chia seeds, or nut butter!
Who says breakfast has to be boring? This vegan & gluten-free French toast stack is quick, easy, and not to mention completely indulgent! Get funky with your toppings by adding the melted chocolate and fresh berries (like we did), or peanut butter and raspberry chia jam. The topping options are endless!
Making a feast? Double the recipe to coat each slice of bread completely. You could even add in a tbsp of cacao powder for a chocolate French toast version!
- Old fashioned homemade jam. There's nothing quite like it. It kind of reminds me of my childhood where my mum and I would pick the fruits from the trees in our backyard and stew our very own jam (Plenty of greenery and space in the outback of Melbourne).
This is no ordinary green avocado smoothie - it's a creamy double layered chocolate version made with our cacao powder! It's great for satisfying those sweet chocolate cravings without the sugar crash! With the added health benefits of maca powder and chia seeds, it's the perfect nourishing breakfast or snack! - Kira Constable
This is the ultimate breakfast for late sleepers. Maximize your time in bed by preparing the smoothie the night before and storing it in a sealable glass jar in the fridge. That way, in the morning all you have to do is grab it and go. The quickest breakfast ever! The oats and chia seeds will keep you going and the combination of blackberries, honey and vanilla is super-tasty.
This recipe is taken from Green Kitchen Smoothies by David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl, published by Hardie Grant Books and available now where all good books are sold. Find out more information on the book here.
During the cooler months I love nothing more than a hearty warm breakfast. My go to breakfast would have to be this warm chia pudding with coconut fried banana. Top it with your favourite fruits, Loving Earth chocolate and a sprinkle of superfoods for a nourishing bowl that will give you energy for hours.
This decadent little pudding cup contains multiple layers of chocolate deliciousness – smooth and silky mousse, creamy and chewy chia pudding and crunchy chocolatey Buckinis – it’s the perfect balance of textures that makes this little parfait a winner. Serve for dessert, or swap out the chocolate topping for fresh berries and enjoy it for breakfast.
It’s a Choc Banana Peanut Butter Chia Pudding!! Calling all Peanut Butter addicts out there!! This recipe is so unbelievably delicious and is a peanut butter lover’s dream come true! It’s just so inviting! Dig in with a big spoon and make sure you get a little bit of each layer as it is chocolately, peanut buttery, smooth, crunchy ... all in one mouthful! Who says you can’t have dessert for breakfast? It’s a MONSTER!! ...
Well, it’s sort of a macro bowl. When I think of this type of dish I imagine a diverse combination of simple, colourful and healthy flavours; cooked, pickled, blanched and raw. For this version, the ‘falafels’ are made from soaked buckwheat, chia, flax, sweet potato and plenty of herbs. To finish it off there’s a quick pickled cabbage and barberry slaw, roast cauliflower, some blanched asparagus and some fresh greens.
Hot Cross Scones are the best of both worlds; hot cross buns and scones. There’s nothing like waking up to home baked goods on Easter morning (or any morning in fact!).
This is the first gluten free scone recipe I’ve developed and to my luck I’ve had some success! They are so yummy, filled with lots of goodies including cranberries, spices and our Mandarin & Gubinge chocolate. Top with coconut yoghurt or Blueberry Chia Jam - the perfect comfort food coupled with a cup of tea.
This creamy and perfectly sweet chia seed pudding is so full of goodness it can be eaten for breakfast, a light snack or as a silky sweet dessert. As it has a base of coconut milk, and is naturally sweetened with a touch of honey, it is free from refined sugar, dairy and gluten. What I love most about this recipe is that it does not need to be cooked, simply place all the ingredients ...
This breakfast will leave you full and energized, never bloated, and keep you powering through the morning. It's the perfect combination of plant-powered protein, slow-release wholegrain carbohydrates, and essential fats, that will make your tummy and brain cells sing. A great alternative to store-bought cereals, most of which are full of refined sugars, over-processed grains, and have little to no nutrients left.
I usually don’t eat that much pasta, but when I do, I prefer the more simple flavour combinations. This recipe uses lots of lemon with a few greens and some spicy chia chili Napoli jam. Having a really flavourful sauce on the side creates a lighter meal perfect for lunch.
There is a lot of hidden refined sugar in most store bought jams so it's great to have a healthy recipe in your repertoire. This recipe is really simple and is inspired by one of our lovely Instagram followers! Simply spread on toast, mix into porridge or use as part of a jammy cookie or slice recipe. - Emily Williamson
My Coconut, Chia and Kiwifruit Trifle combines nutrient dense SunGold kiwifruit with protein rich chia seeds. A nourishing, revitalising breakfast or the perfect snack at any time. Gold kiwifruit helps to enhance the integrity of the cell membranes, boost collagen production, and assists in the important absorption of iron. - Samantha Gowing
Black Forest Cakes were all the rage once upon a time - I wanted to bring a bit of the past into today and recreate this favourite as a raw vegan cheesecake. The chocolate layer is flavoured with our Creamy Coconut Mylk Chocolate and has an ice cream like consistency which is cut perfectly with the tangy berry chia jam.