Whole30 Brekkie Crumble

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This recipe is simple, healthy and absolutely delicious. I used to eat oatmeal every morning and after starting Whole30 I was looking for something that had a similar taste and satiated those same carby cravings, but that was healthy and protein packed to kick off the day. This is a perfect compromise and you don’t have the sugar crash after eating it.

This was my solution and it’s what I call the Brekkie Crumble: Vic’s Style.

Prep & Cook Time: 15 min and great for on the go or prepping the night before.

Ingredients:

Mix the below…

  1. 1 egg and 2 egg whites (I use the liquid kind for the whites)
  2. 1/2 ripe banana (save the other 1/2 for a topping)
  3. Whisk
  4. 1/8 cup coconut cream (optional)
  5. 1/8 cup of unsweetened almond milk (you may have to add more later if too thick)
  6. Add in 1 heaping tbsp of hemp seeds
  7. 1 heaping tbsp of flaxseed
  8. Add cinnamon (to taste) – can also use pumpkin spice seasoning if it’s the season and add in some pumpkin 😉
  9. 3 tbsp of coconut flour (i used trader joes) – just read the ingredients and make sure there are no added sugars
  10. Stir! It should be a consistency of pancake batter. and add more milk if too thick.
  11. Heat Ghee (clarified butter) on a non-stick pan
  12. Pour batter into pan – don’t worry about having to flip it. You’ll flip it in pieces and just make sure it is cooked through (similar to scrambled egg)
  13. Top with almond butter drizzle, 1/2 banana, and any other fruit

If not on Whole30, you can think about adding vanilla extract to your batter and topping with a light drizzle of maple syrup or jelly/jam of choice. I prefer the Whole30 option 😉

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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