This autumn we've turned to our friends at Qnola to find out what they'll be tucking into on cold crispy mornings. From buckwheat waffles to beetroot bake, these delicious breakfasts are just what you need to start your day healthily.
This gluten-free buckwheat beetroot bake with honeyed seeds is lightly spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger - the perfect warming breakfast for colder days.
The grated beetroot is rich in antioxidant betacyanin, which supports the liver and improves circulation amongst other benefits. Whilst chia seeds and linseeds are packed with heart healthy omega-3. Enjoy with coconut yogurt or drenched in nut milk.
This healthy take on rice pudding uses buckwheat groats instead of traditional white rice. Buckwheat is a slow-release carbohydrate, so unlike white rice, it helps to maintain steady blood sugar levels. It's also high in both soluble and insoluble fibre, helping to keep the gut healthy.
Miso paste gives this dish a unique sweetness, maca powder adds a butterscotch flavour and the creaminess comes from coconut milk. A truly decadent way to start your day.
Here at Mindful Chef we never include refined carbs in our recipes and so don't use white rice, pasta or bread. But sometimes we all need a bread fix. Next time you're reaching for that crusty white loaf, why not try making your own bread from scratch instead.
We love this delicious recipe from Qnola, which is gluten-free and packed with nutritious seeds and quinoa flakes. Mixed herbs and nutritional yeast give this bread it's subtle cheesy flavour. We recommend eating warm, topped with scrambled eggs or sliced avocado.
Looking for an indulgent breakfast to whip up on the weekend? These gluten-free buckwheat waffles hit the spot. Served with a moreish cacao sauce that's sweetened with agave. Raw cacao is one of the best food sources of magnesium, essential for energy production and good circulation.