My Vegan Fritta Space Ship
aka - my breakfast for the majority of the week. Tofu, broccoli, onion, nutritional yeast, and a variety of seasonings. It’s hecka decka good. One of the best parts of my Monday (and my monday was more monday-ish than usual) was eating some of this for breakfast with some whole grain toast. Mmmmm
Bob’s Red Mill Hot 7 Grain Cereal w/dark chocolate chips and a very ripe banana.
So, I think this is the first time I’ve put chocolate on my breakfast (usually when I think of “breakfast” I don’t think of chocolate). And, yeah, it was so gooey and creamy and really, really good. Def going to do that again. And again.
Mine has Bob’s Red Mill Hot 7 Grain Cereal topped w/raisins, pineapple and brown sugar. My son’s bowl has EHH’s Tofu yogurt topped w/wheat berries, rice crispies, and banana. Yay cereal!
Oh, I do love to cook. I think I’ve been in some type of therapeutic cooking zen all weekend. Anyways, here is just *some* of what I cooked this weekend:
So this is all I cooked Saturday and this morning. *And* I still have more cooking to do!
Breakfast for Dinner:
HH’s Cinnamon Rolls
What I did differently: I didn’t have apple sauce for the batter, but I had a ton of butternut puree- so I used that. It turned out well. Yum yum nom!
I made home-made cereal bars! Recipe is from HH. The first pic is the raw dough and jam filling, the second is fresh from the over, and the last is the cut bars. These are for my son’s lunch box - I hope they travel well.
Breakfast (aka I love this Vanilla Almond milk - it is my favorit milk for cereal)
- cold cereal bowl w/banana, dried currents, and TJ’s Vanilla Almond Milk (I should write a poem about this milk, it is so good)
- kiwi and pear
Apple Blueberry Crumble
Baked granny smith apples and blueberries under a crunchy crumbly topping of oats, corn meal, oat bran, walnuts, and almond butter. Yum! And a *kid* note: usually my son does not care for my crumbles, and he *loves* this one. Score!
The original recipe I use comes from Moosewood Restaurant Cooking for Health. But I’ve tweaked it over time, including adding the oat bran and taking out the oil in the topping and replacing it with just a little nut butter.