BREAKFAST is not dessert. Sugar cereal or cake? No! First fuel of the day. Fruit is always a good choice. Nature makes it perfect.
No egg egg melt with coconut bacon on spelt muffin from Plant Theory in South Beach Miami. Delicious!
Indulgent breakfast sandwich. There's something about a friend green tomato, runny pastured egg yolk, sprouts and grilled bread that just soaks away the night before, hmmmm?
Yum. You may notice I like to make pretty frittatas. For this one, the slices of local farm sweet potato were used to line the pan creating a potato "crust"of sorts.
I pull from my backyard garden whenever possible. In love with this herb lovage. On a toasted everything bagel with Daiya dairy-free "cream cheese", radish, arugula flower.
Onion chives from my garden with capers on a toasted everything bagel schmeared with vegan cream cheese. That means no dairy which means hundreds less gallons of water wasted.
...in a fritatta! Local farmer fresh. Oh boy this is delicious. Grilled or roasted any vegetable is amaze. Toss in some local pastured chicken eggs and you've got a perfect weekend breakfast!
This one has grilled potatoes and beans from my garden plus a bunch of random greens I pulled. The veggie sausage has breadcrumbs I added at the very end to give it a yum texture.
Adding fresh garden herbs to anything makes that anything more delicious - a bright, fragrant experience. I grilled the onion and potato then tossed with greens from my garden - kale, cilantro, radish greens and such. And with good, pastured eggs - I always leave them runny. That healthy, nutritious orange yolk - YES.
Hard to go wrong with toast and fruit. Especially when it's local, just-baked sourdough smeared with yum. Half has local fig/orange jam and the other half coconut oil, sugar and cinnamone.
Seriously, y'all - you can toss ANYTHING into a frittata. I do it once every weekend. Great way to use up leftovers of veg. I grilled this local farm broccoli and onion. I always barely whisk the eggs so I get that marbled orange / yellow / white business.
That is all. Usually I eat fruit with granola, toast or by itself for breakfast. Unless it's the weekend and I'm making my Sunday frittata! Or I wake up especially hungry and inspired with time on a weekday to throw down for an egg plate (see next pic).
Classic American VEGETARIAN Breakfast, that is. Couple of local real-farm eggs with grilled potato + onion and veggie sausage. If your eggs are thin, runny, yellow - those aren't chickens eating or living well. Just say NO.
A really fun way to eat eggs! Whip the whites to stiff peaks, pour in your yolk, then bake. Fluffy yum! A very interesting and different texture. These are local, small farm pasture eggs, of course. :)