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Almond lover granola

Almond lover granola is another batch of deliciousness to start your morning with. I love granola, to snack on, to top on to smoothies and add on to oats for some extra crunch. This batch of granola is particularly good because it has minimal ingredients and tastes delicious. It will be your new favorite way to start the day or something just to snack on all day long...
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Blueberry maize meal pancakes

Blueberry maize meal pancakes are a super delish way to start the day and they are particularly perfect for pancake day that falls on pancake Sunday. Spring is around the corner and these pancakes give me all the feels with a SA twist in the mix. I never really used maize meal in many recipes except for making porridge or as a side dish to a braai, but this add into these fluffy pancakes are absolutely genius. Maize meal a.k.a cornmeal is corse, fluffy when cooked and ad's that sturdy factor to a recipe.
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Bran buttermilk vegan rusks

Bran buttermilk rusks are simply the perfect addition to my morning routine. They are so tasty, loaded with seeds, jumbo raisins and 100% plant-based. Hard to believe that these sweet dried slices of bread are so good, I made a batch for when the baby has arrived to keep me preoccupied for the couple weeks to come. 
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Two ingredient granola tarts

Two ingredient granola tarts are what's on my breakfast table this mothers day. Since I will be celebrating Mothers day with my two boys, these cute little tarts will go down pretty well. If I say so myself. What makes these tarts so special is the fact they are made with just dates and Simply granola's let's get figgy granola.
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Ultimate vegan rusks

The ultimate vegan rusks are just my absolute favorite rusk recipe that I had to share. Rusks is a very well known breakfast must have in South Africa. Our parents and their parents grew up knowing this dried sweet bread as a meal that can't go without. Till today my husband and I enjoy rusks with our breakfast and shares a few bites here and there with our son. There is few that comes close to a good nostalgic rusk!
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Savory sweet pain perdu

Savory sweet pain perdu is known as french toast. The famous French dish is typically a way to use old bread and make it new again. Oh and what a way to make it new, especially fried up in coconut oil topped with sweet potato, maple coconut soy bacon and drizzle with copious amounts of maple syrup. Thank you, the French, you know what's good about living.
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Blueberry pear crumble

Blueberry pear crumble is a comfy alternative to my usual green smoothie lately. Since spring is nowhere to be seen and Castres is dreary and rainy like usual. I need a pick me up because I just can't take this rain anymore. This blueberry pear crumble is just so yum, because first of all, it has creamy almond butter in, alongside with sweet pear and tangy blueberry. Absolutely yum!
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Spelt pancakes quince blackberry compote

Fluffy Spelt pancakes with quince blackberry compote are gonna be hard to beat. These oh so fluffy heavenly pancakes are just magic combined with the tangy blackberry quince compote. We are such pancake lovers in our house. Since eating a decent breakfast in a small town in the south of France we have to settle to drive a whole hour to get a decent breakfast.
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Malva pudding pancakes

Malva pudding pancakes are LIFE! Gimme pancakes any day, but oh Malva Pudding pancakes are just absolutely amazing! These pancakes are made out of a South African dessert that all South Africans and others that have had the privilege to taste, adore! It's like caramel, moist, can't stop eating amazing.