Tag: Saturday Breakfast

Vegan Coconut & Lime Pancakes with Grilled Pineapple & Ginger Syrup

Vegan Coconut & Lime Pancakes with Grilled Pineapple & Ginger Syrup

Perfect for Shrove Tuesday these Coconut & Lime Freefrom Pancakes (Glutenfree, Vegan) are layered with grilled pineapple & soaked in a ginger syrup. Full of flavour and great for a lazy weekend brunch served with dairyfree yoghurt and pomegranate seeds!

Perfect Vegan Vanilla Pancakes

Perfect Vegan Vanilla Pancakes

School holidays are great for relaxed family breakfasts & These Perfect Vegan Vanilla Pancakes have a delicate vanilla flavour thanks to the vanilla bean paste.  They go well with a lot of toppings but a lime & ginger melon salad is a definite favourite around here!  These Vegan Vanilla Pancakes are soyfree as well as containing no dairy or eggs!

Vegan Blueberry Muffins (Dairyfree, Soyafree, Eggfree)

Vegan Blueberry Muffins (Dairyfree, Soyafree, Eggfree)

The summer holidays are finally upon us which means lazy mornings and time to make something a bit more special for breakfast! These Vegan Blueberry Muffins are Dairyfree, Soyafree, Eggfree and full of fruity, oaty goodness to keep the Peachicks filled up & fuel all…

Vegan Garlic Mushroom Tart

Vegan Garlic Mushroom Tart

This Creamy Garlic Mushroom Tart is a speedy lunch for friends. It’s Dairyfree, eggfree and suitable for Vegans AND Glutenfree with suitable pastry. I love the simplicity of this recipe, ready made puff pastry, mushrooms and garlic! Who doesn’t love that!

Passing Stage 1 of the Milk Ladder – Celebratory Cinnamon Breakfast Buns!

Passing Stage 1 of the Milk Ladder – Celebratory Cinnamon Breakfast Buns!

In case you missed the my last post about Passing Stage 1 of the Milk Ladder you can read it here. Basically the littlest Peachick has successfully passed Stage 1 of milk re-introduction and we are venturing as of yesterday into Stage 2. To celebrate I made these apple filled Celebratory Cinnamon Breakfast Buns made with an enriched dough containing skimmed milk! 24hours on so far so good! I’m pretty sure milk everyday will not continue after the experiment as we don’t have it in the house everyday but it will be good to know if she goes to a friend’s house/party we won’t have to worry about what she eats (other than soya which is a whole different kettle of fish entirely!).