Category Archives: Breakfast Foods

Southwestern Scrambled Tofu

Tofu is bland boredom on a plate. As a result, it needs a lot of pizazz added to make it into something interesting. This scramble delivers the goods—many layers of spice add depth of flavor and will make your house smell wonderful!

Southwestern Scrambled Tofu
Servings: 6 (each serving 209 calories, 7 net carbs)

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Savory Morning Oats

Generally, I top my morning steel cut oats with half a chopped apple, a few chopped walnuts, two chopped dates, and a splash of plain almond milk. But lately, I’ve been wanting savory flavors, so I’ve been creating these, which always incorporate greens, and come in a variety of flavor profiles from around the world. Here’s my collection—

MEXICAN
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Banana-Date-Walnut Muffins

These muffins are my “rainy day, need a pickup” chai tea partners. Oh who am I kidding, they’re good in any weather! Egg-free, oil-free, and totally delicious.

Using Bob’s Red Mill Whole Grain Low-Carb Baking Mix reduces 59 grams of carbs per cup of flour!

Banana-Date-Walnut Muffins
Yield: 12 muffins

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Vegan Baked Apples

It was a dark and stormy night…so she made baked apples. I actually use my local bakery’s no-fat cinnamon-sunflower seed granola for the stuffing, adding some nut butter (sometimes) and maple syrup, but here’s an approximate breakdown of their ingredients.

Vegan Baked Apples
Makes 4 large servings or 8 smaller servings (half-apples)

4 large firm baking apples, cored
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Breakfast Smoothies

I like for one of my meals—usually breakfast—to be a smoothie made with veggies and fruit. I also add one superfood powder: 1 ounce of one of the following–spirulina powder, unsweetened cocoa powder, wheatgrass powder, or a vegan protein powder.

First, choose 4—6 ounces of some good dense, fibrous ingredients—

  • Leafy greens of any kind
  • Roots/Tubers of any kind

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Cinnamon Citrus Oat Pancakes

Here’s a lightly-modified recipe from Rip Esselstyn’s “The Engine 2 Rescue Diet.” These delicious breakfast cakes are fat-free, refined sugar-free, and packed with flavor 🙂
Cinnamon Citrus Oat Pancakes
Yield: Eight 4-inch pancakes
 
1 ½ cups old-fashioned oats
½ teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon baking powder
Pinch of salt (optional)
½ teaspoon cinnamon
Pinch of ground cloves
Pinch
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