Huh, fancy that. Maybe it's an Australian thing: www.piemakers.com.au/ I worked out that the pastry was just junk calories so I had to find a way to keep the filling together. The answer was the chick pea flour as a batter.
I suppose the other way to do it would be to use a muffin tray and make savoury muffin. Nom!
Make a breakfast quiche with some leftover vegetables. Mix them in a bowl with chickpea flour, soy milk and a little baking powder, and your favourite seasonings, bake in a casserole dish in a moderate oven until golden. Good warm or cold. When cold it is firm and can be cut up neatly into squares, ready to go.
Banana Toast and almond butter Smoothie Overnight oatmeal Muffins Baked sweet potato with pineapple tidbits (potato baked the night before and warmed or not. The pineapple is wonderful with sweet potato. Any leftovers. Quesadilla Leftover pancakes or waffles Yogurt and granola
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These are a good breakfast. Make up a batch ahead of time and you can grab a couple as you head out the door in the morning. Banana Oat Bundles
They call for oat flour which is just oats whirred in the blender until it turns into flour you don't have to buy anything special. It also calls for coconut or date sugar but you can substitute raw sugar if you don't have that either.
I'm stuck on Green Smoothies. I make enough for a morning drink and take a Mason jar of it to work with me in a thermal container with an ice pack. Each morning I make a blender jar full and that gives me enough for two days.
I'm starting college on Monday, (for the first time in 15 years!), and i'm looking for some quick breakfast options. I don't normally eat breakfast, but I know I'm going to need a pick me up before I hit classes.
I'm going to use the recipes I found for Refrigerator Oatmeal in mason jars ( http://www.theyummylife.com/Refrigerator_O atmeal ) and in a similar vein, Oatmeal Smoothies ( http://www.theyummylife.com/Oatmeal_Smooth ies ).
I'd love to hear more suggestions, especially for things I can make ahead. I really don't want to be cooking at 6am when all of us are rushing around to get to school/class/work. Thanks everyone for your input, it's really appreciated. You guys are great!
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