Breakfast and Beyond

Good Morning Raw Oatmeal

Oat Porridge is one of my breakfast staples. I get a lot out of the simple pleasures of life, and blending this with blueberries gives it a brilliant purple colour which makes me laugh in the wee hours of the morning because purple is my favourite colour (“look honey, purple food”!)

Baked Sweet Potato with Over Easy Eggs

Baked Sweet Potato with Over Easy Eggs
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Ingredients

  • 1/2 Large Sweet Potato ( I usually bake one and eat ½ for breakfast—it depends how hungry you are or what your activity is going to be)
  • 2 Eggs (pastured is best—the nutrient content is significantly higher)
  • 2 Teaspoon Coconut Oil
  • 1 Tablespoon Hemp Seeds
  • Salt and Pepper to season

Instructions

  1. If using an oven, preheat to 425 degrees. Make a couple of pricks in Sweet Potato and bake until soft—about 1 hour
  2. If using a microwave (as most of us on busy in the mornings do) make a couple of pricks in Sweet Potato and cook about 9-11 minutes depending on microwave. It’s best if you throw it in while your getting ready for work. It’s okay if it cools down for 20-30 minutes. If I have to “microwave”, I usually cook it while I’m at Dog Beach and eat it about an hour later…..it’s still warm
  3. Cut and open up Sweet Potato and put on plate. Add Hemp Seeds
  4. Heat small sauté pan over medium-high heat.
  5. Add Coconut Oil and swirl until cover pan
  6. Crack two Eggs into pan
  7. Cook until white are almost completely set. Flip once and immediately slide onto prepared potato.
  8. Season with Sea Salt and Pepper and enjoy. I always add a little extra salt.
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