These Boutique Bake Flapjack Breakfast Bites were so easy to make. I simply added 2 ripe bananas and a teaspoon of vanilla and baked in the oven on a high heat until golden to create these tasty breakfast bites!
To make our delicious breakfast bites you'll need:
Simply follow our 4 step-by-step guide to creating the perfect breakfast bites:
Ingredients you will need to make my delicious Granola:
Porridge is such a quick, healthy and delicious breakfast to whip up in the morning!
The first topping includes:
The second porridge option can be made by:
Crêpes with a generous spread of Nutella has long been one of my favourite treats, so these pancakes have been inspired by that amazing combination! I have added raw cacao powder and chopped hazelnuts to this pancake mixture and the results are absolutely delicious! If you can’t get your hands on cacao powder, regular cocoa powder will work just fine. These are the perfect treat to serve up for brunch with family and friends, and look seriously impressive stacked high with lashings of maple syrup!
I use my Nutribullet to whip these together, but if you don’t have one, just use an electric whisk to beat together the ingredients until they are really well combined. The oats will not be quite broken down, but the result will still taste delicious!
These oat and seed bars are such a handy snack for when the munchies arrive in the afternoon and you need an energy boost! They are packed full of oats and seeds, with chopped dates added in for some lovely chewiness. I’ve included two recipe options: the super light version, which is made with coconut oil and the more indulgent, with the addition of butter and golden syrup. You can pick whichever option you would prefer, as both are really tasty!
Goji berries are so delicious, but tend to burn very easily, so I’ve simply sprinkled these on top and pressed down, once the bars are baked, to add some colour and extra flavour!
These are the perfect breakfast treat or snack to have during the day. The oats and banana make these really satisfying and give a great energy boost, while the little pockets of blueberry burst with flavour and add a lovely sharp contrast. You can add in raspberries or strawberries instead of blueberries if you prefer, and play around with different combinations! The best part is you don’t need to use an electric mixer, so they’re hassle free!
Boutique Bake’s Top Tip: to make a lovely banana topping, place some sliced bananas in a pan with a some butter, a sprinkle of cinnamon and brown sugar, and stir over a low heat until nicely melted and the banana slices are coated.
This is a recipe that I have tried and tested over and over again during the last few months and it really is delicious! A lot of granolas out there are full of sugar, and as much as we love our sweet treats at Boutique Bake; we do like to be healthy at breakfast time! So this recipe uses maple syrup and honey as a sweetener, rather than refined sugar.
Granola is perfect for a really quick breakfast with milk or yoghurt, and works really well as an afternoon snack too! You can have some fun by adding in different variations in to the basic recipe but our version below uses dried mango and goji berries, which add a lovely chewy texture. If you prefer raisins or cranberries, these can be easily swapped in to our recipe!
So let’s get started!
· 125ml maple syrup
· 3tbsp honey
· 300g oats
· 50g sunflower seeds
· 50g pecan nuts
· 50g cashew nuts
· 50g goji berries
· 50g dried mango
· 50g desiccated coconut
I recently went on a trip to London for some foodie inspiration and to also visit some of my best friends! This recipe is from my wonderful friend Gill, who I stayed with while I was on my trip. It is a simple yet really delicious breakfast/brunch option! It's the perfect option to whip up if you are having friends or family over for brunch and looks really gorgeous plated up 'rustically' on a wooden chopping board.
Avocados and eggs are such a tasty combination, and the addition of crispy parma ham and roasted tomatoes is really, really tasty! You need to try this! Gill served this on sourdough toast, but you can use any sort of loaf you prefer, I think it works best with a white crusty bread!
Thank you Gill for this fabulous recipe, best breakfast I've had in a long time! :-)