Breakfast is by far my favourite meal of the day. Take me out for a big, whoping breakfast and I’m yours. I’m one of those people that could happily eat stereotypical morning time foods for every single meal of the day. Did I mention that I like breakfast? So with a  justification in a similar vein to my ‘Three Ridiculously Easy to Make Dip Recipes’ post – healthy food choices = clockwork functioning insides = a kick-ass complexion – I thought I’d open up the doors to my kitchen again and give you the deets on three diary-free, low-gluten (sounds blah, but I promise they’re tasty) break-fast recipes that are super speedy to rustle up. See what I did there? I know not everyone is a huge brekkie proponent like myself so I’ve included choices for those who are not so AM-eating inclined or prefer something from the savoury ranks. You’re all covered.

DAIRY-FREE BERRY SMOOTHIE. This one goes out to all the non-breakfast lovers out there who can’t handle anything too heavy till lunch. I tend to whip this up if I’m in a rush and need something I can consume on the go. It’s fruity, yummy and can easily be modified to include whatever fruits or flavourings you fancy. Though personally I’m more of a berry girl myself. Sometimes I throw a few nuts in if I’m feeling wild.

You will need: 250ml Almond Milk, a handful of Raspberries, a handful of Blueberries, one teaspoon of Agave Nectar (I use the Groovy Foods version)

Throw all the ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. Add a touch more Agave Nectar if required, heck leave it out completely if you don’t like things too sweet. Decant into your cup of choice and sip away.

THE CEREAL SATISFIER. I could eat cereal till the cows come home. In fact when I was at Uni I used to make a pilgrimage each week to my local Iceland because they were the only local stockists of my favourite breakfast cereal of all, Ricicles. Being that they’re basically like chowing down on a bowl full of sugar, I searched out healthier alternatives and after multiple failed attempts at stomaching gluten-free cardboard-like options, I stumbled across this low-gluten, healthy-ish choice from Dorset Cereal. Paired with Almond Milk, it satisfied my cereal urges without making my stomach feel like a football a few hours later.

You will need: a handful of the Dorset Cereal Spelt Flakes, a good glug of Unsweetened Almond Milk (I use the Alpro one)

Add to a bowl and eat. Wasn’t that one easy?

SPELT BREAD AND SMOOSHED AVOCADO. To me this is more of a lunchtime option, but for those who prefer something a little  savoury in the mornings this is a good place to start. Spelt bread is ridiculously easy to make (no fancy techniques or equipment needed), ridiculously tasty and keeps for the whole week so you can whip it out for breakfast, lunch and dinner alike. You could top it toasted with whatever you fancy, but being a huge avocado girl I’d suggest a smooshed up serving of that with a pinch of salt and pepper to taste. Get in my belleh’.

You will need: 500g of Spelt Flour, 1 teaspoon of Salt, 10g Fast Acting Yeast, 1/2 teaspoon of sugar, 500ml warm water, 1 Avocado.

Heat the oven to 220°C. In a big bowl add the flour and salt. In a measuring jug place the water, yeast and sugar, mix and leave for a few minutes before slowly adding to the bowl with all the dry ingredients and mixing it all together till it forms a wet-dough texture. Add to a greased bread tin and bake for 50 minutes. Bread done. I store mine in an airtight container and slice up whenever I fancy. Toast your slices and mash the avocado. Put it all together with a pinch of salt and pepper and there you have yourself one very tasty breakfast.

  • Zazie Bibi

    Oooh all of this sounds and looks delicious! x

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  • Evelyn Morales

    Hmm this looks good!! I also like the dorset cereals, they taste amazing!

  • Anna Blush

    I’m a fellow breakfast lover, smoothies, cereal and porridge are my favs x

  • Chloe and her notes

    Think I’m going try that avocado number, I definitely need an alternative to my banana and yoghurt option everyday!

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  • Brodie Curnow

    I’ve not ever tried or heard of spelt bread, but I am a personal fan of toasted sourdough with mashed avocado on top these days! With a bit of sneaky vegemite on the bottom, too…

  • Rebecca Simpson

    LOOKS DELICIOUS! I’m just about to munch on my brecky and can hear my tum rumbling. I deffo fancy trying out some ‘smooshed’ avocado.

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  • Chloe Murray

    Great ideas! I really need to make more of an effort to eat breakfast, and I think smoothies would be a good option for me as I’m always on the go in the mornings (lots of early lectures for me at uni, boo hoo).

  • Olivia C

    These are all super tasty! I usually have my Dorset granola/muesli with natural yogurt (to get that extra protein). You should also try toasted rye bread with the avocado mash, and I always like to add some lime and cilantro on top- soooo good!

  • Laura Stanley-Bratley

    So so glad you’ve started doing foodie posts! Your meals/snacks always look yummy on Instagram!


  • Gillian Lamb

    ooh totally trying that spelt bread tonight!

  • Pink Elephant Blog

    I love toast with avocado – my favourite breakfast! I’m obsessed with avocados ;)

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  • sarazbeautytonic

    i love to use avaocado cuz its healthy stuff to get into your diet!!!

  • Nina Alexandridis

    I really need to try avocado everybody seems to be going on about it atm!
    This is a great post as I’m recently stuck on a rut of porridge with same toppings every.single.morning, and it gets a little bit boring! x

  • Iso Bean

    The spelt bread and avocado looks great, will probably try that for lunch soon!

  • Puri

    I’ve never heard of spelt bread! With the avocado it looks tasty :3

  • Amy Taggart

    Great breakfast inspiration! I’m the same – I love breakfast too! X.

  • Jas Poole

    RICICLES <3 I adore them too. GAH. Great post, thankyou for this. Jasmine at


  • Hayley

    Im going to have to get on the smoothie bandwaggon!!

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  • Beth

    I love avocado on toast with loads of salt and pepper. So delicious!


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  • pippin

    It’s easy to make grain free granola and homemade almond milk for a gluten free, dairy free option. Various recipes if you search for Paleo granola, fill up a Kilner jar bad it lasts for ages. Haven’t bought cereal or almond milk since I started to make this for my dad. The granola uses coconut oil with raw honey as a option if sweetness is required.

    It can be broken into chunks and used as snacks ;)

    • pippin

      Remember to soak almonds for a few days before making the milk (water & salt) very important to break down the phytic acid

  • SophsChoices

    I’m one for a big breakfast. Best meal of the day!

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    Sophie x

  • ping

    Agave nectar is bad for you! It’s not traditional, not natural, highly refined, and contains more concentrated fructose than high fructose corn syrup.

    • ping

      apart from that it looks good, big fan of avocado and eggs for brekkie myself ;)

  • Cloud Esmé

    That smoothie sounds delish! Going to give that a go at the weekend:)


  • Louise

    Nobody could pay me to drink almond milk or any of the other alternatives – absolutely foul stuff. And you can taste it in smoothies and porridge. Agree on the agave aswell – fructose is the devil. (And is also the worst for tooth decay.) Much better off with honey.

    Avocados are a hero food. Eggs are a super food for breakfast as well. Little powerhouses of goodness that will tie you over for hours.

  • molly

    i love avocado on toast, so yummy! i usually stick to an egg on toast on the days when i want something a bit more for breakfast. i will definatly try the smoothie out xx

  • Louise

    I love avocado on toast it is delicious! I am not a breakfast lover, brunch yes, but I am slowly getting into smoothies and porridge. Will definitely be giving your smoothie a go! X

  • Marie

    For breakfast I like about 5-6 tablespoons oats, 1 apple cut in small chunks, some roasted almonds and some agave syrup with almond milk. This keeps me sated for about 5 hours, which is pretty good i think.

  • Harriet

    Ohh that berry smoothie looks right up my street – I am a bit of a smoothie addict!!

  • Rebecca Lately

    Yum!! I love breakfast, too :)

  • E

    Photos do not look appealing!

  • Tiny Alis

    The smoothie sounds so tasty! Definitely going to give that one a try

    Tiny Alis

  • Jennifer Monforton

    Ooh, amazing picks! Dorset granola is my absolute fave and I love the idea of avocado on toast for breakfast :)

  • Axelle Blanpain

    I love breakfast as well! And don’t get me started on brunch… Anyways, I love to have smoothie as well in the morning, and when I am especially hungry, I had a bit of oats in it. It doesn’t make it too thick, so you can still use a straw :)

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  • Maria

    I eat oat bran porridge everyday. Keeps me energised till lunch :)




  • SophsChoices

    Avocado on toast is one of my favourites! These look delicious.

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  • Lucy

    All of these look so delicious – I love almond milk too, I’ve almost forgotten what ‘normal’ milk was like!! x

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  • Hannah

    I followed your instructions for the bread but it didn’t work :( are you sure you don’t have to let it rise?

  • Merry

    Can you link these on pinterest please? Love your food ideas, and I find that’s the easiest place to store recipe ideas :)