The one nice thing about this cleanse is that you can eat food. It’s not really designed for weight loss, but more to detox your organs through eating/drinking clean and minimally processed foods. Sounds great right now, but as I write this I’m only 6 hours in. We’ll see what 7pm brings.
Filed under Breakfast …
Spicy Tofu Scramble II
While a lot of the ingredients in this scramble are the same as my last, the outcome of this was quite different. Better, in my opinion. This recipe serves 2 at 332 calories each.
Cinnamon Raisin Oatmeal
Forget the overpriced oatmeal from a box because making it at home is so quick and easy. This took me less than 7 minutes from start to finish. Although it may seem a recipe is not needed for this, it’s a good reminder of what’s available for breakfast when it seems nothing is (which is how I felt this … Continue reading
Spicy Tofu Scramble
My favorite place for brunch is HoneyPie. On their last seasonal menu, they had a tofu scramble in a tortilla called The Contender. This is my attempt to recreate the tofu scramble that resided inside the tortilla.
Cranberry & Coconut Breakfast Quinoa
Quinoa is a versatile ingredient. I typically use it in lunch salads or dinner sides, but it’s great for breakfast too. The health benefits are abundant. Quinoa is high in protein and a good choice for veg*ns concerned about adequate protein intake. Quinoa is also a good source of magnesium, folate, phosphorus, and riboflavin.
Coffee – The only way to drink it.
Around the same time I started eating vegan, I learned about the French Press. Although this isn’t much of a ‘recipe’, I feel so strongly about my French Press that I think it deserves its own post. After all, it only makes sense for the first breakfast post to be what I have for breakfast … Continue reading