No need to thaw the fruit for this delectable breakfast crumble. Knock it together as soon as you get up and shower and dress while it bakes for a delicious hot breakfast even the kids will appreciate.
Power Fruit Breakfast Crumble
Apple Puff Pancake
Cooking one thick pancake in the oven is less fussy than frying individual pancakes in batches on the stove-top. Everyone gets hot pancakes and can eat at the same time.
Sweet Potato Flapjacks
Baby food sweet potatoes and pancake mix make this flapjack a snap. Freeze leftovers in a zippered plastic bag and pop them frozen in the toaster another day for breakfast.
Flax Seed Soda Bread
Soda bread is a great accompaniment to soups, and unlike yeasted bread, is easily made. Flaxseed adds nuttiness and essential omega-3 fatty acids. Like all soda breads, this is best eaten within 24 hours of baking when eaten fresh, but older bread also makes great toast.
Pain Perdu with Maple Blueberry Sauce
So-named because it can be made with stale bread that would otherwise be lost (perdu), this dish is a brunch classic. It’s low fat as is, but you can dress it up by serving with whipped cream and fresh strawberries if you like.
Applesauce Bran Loaf
Applesauce is the secret to keeping this quick loaf moist, while keeping the fat down.
Cranberry Bran Muffins
Make a batch on the weekend, individually wrap and freeze to enjoy all week. Add a yogurt for a nutritious, quick breakfast.
Multi-Bran Blueberry Banana Bread
A slice of this quick loaf makes an easy and healthy breakfast, that’s even portable. Add a yogurt or glass of milk to make a balanced meal.
Cranberry Flaxseed Muffins
If you have a coffee grinder, grind the flaxseeds in it in batches. You may want to keep a coffee grinder just for grinding seeds and nuts.
Carrot Bran Muffin
Our version of a morning muffin favourite is chockful of carrots and much lower in fat than what you’ll find at most coffee shop counters.