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Morning Dairy-Free Choco-Latte

 

The Morning Dairy-Free Choco-Latte is what my breakfast looks like most mornings. I make an iced version in the summer and a hot version in the winter. This, for me, is my best breakfast.

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Here is the recipe for my best breakfast.

Morning Dairy-Free Choco-Latte

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Yield: 2 Servings

Make it iced in the summer, or a hot version in the winter. Sip and enjoy!

Ingredients
  • 2 Tbs raw cacao
  • 1 Tbs Dandy Blend
  • 1-2 tsp raw honey
  • 2 Tbs hemp seeds
  • 1 tsp vanilla bean powder or a few drops of vanilla extract
  • 3 cups of hot water

Make It Like So
  1. Bring your water to the hot drinking temperature you like
  2. In a high powered blender, blend all ingredients together
  3. Enjoy

48 Responses to “Morning Dairy-Free Choco-Latte”

  1. Christa said…
    One of my favorites (that I change almost every time) is raw buckwheat cereal! http://ediblebalance.wordpress.com/2012/07/11/breakfast-lovin-recipe/ I also love chia puddings, I didn't get into specific amounts on this, but it's sooo good! http://ediblebalance.wordpress.com/2012/08/15/what-i-ate-wednesday/
  2. Shannon Jones said…
    Here are the Carrot Cake Breakfast Cookies I made last week! http://theimpulsebaker.wordpress.com/2012/09/08/what-the-teff/
  3. Lauren said…
    I eat my Homemade Cereal every morning, and it changed my life! I love cereal, but most packaged cereals are not good for you. This keeps me satisfied all morning, and you can change up the nuts, seeds & fruit when you need some variety - enjoy! http://theotherbigo.ca/2012/04/30/healthycerealrecipe/
  4. Hayley said…
    My basic breakfast template: -1 tbsp coconut oil -huge handful of leafy greens (spinach, collards, swiss chard, kale, or a blend) -sliced mushrooms -2-3 poached eggs -1 tbsp hemp seeds -1 tsp turmeric Saute the mushrooms and greens on the stove top, using the coconut oil. Remove from the heat, put it into a bowl (or on a plate) and add turmeric and hemp seeds. Serve the eggs on top, or on the side. Sometimes I add different veggies, or cook the eggs in a different way, but this is my breakfast more often than not.
    • Hayley said…
      Also, to poach an egg, for those who never have: -Bring a few inches of water + a splash of vinegar to a simmer in a pot. -Break an egg into a small dish. -Stir the water to make a whirlpool. -Slide the egg into the centre of the whirlpool. -Cook 3-4 minutes until done and remove from the water. (I would google and youtube for photo tutorials/videos if you're a first timer)
  5. Maya said…
    I rotate between smoothies (fruit, chia seeds, water, kale/greens) and a fried/poached egg, salsa, sauteed veggies. I prefer the latter as I feel full longer but both taste great and are healthy options. I also rotate in oatmeal/flax/chia porridge in the cold months. Finally, I always have some wheatgrass ice cubes in water (order online from Dynamic Greens which is from a farm in Ontario) which gives me a energy boost.
  6. Sounds like a fun project, my favorite breakfast recipes are: Breakfast Quinoa - http://www.outtolunchcreations.com/recipes/breakfast-quinoa/ Stack'em High Spelt Pancakes - http://www.outtolunchcreations.com/recipes/stackem-high-pancakes/ Granola Goodness - http://www.outtolunchcreations.com/recipes/granola-goodness/ I also love smoothies, chia pudding and overnight oats for breakfast but I don't have a post ready for them yet!
  7. Hi Meghan! This idea is genius...such a brain trust! I really love my Chewy Chocolate Oats which can be found at http://existentialevolution.com/2012/09/chewy-chocolate-oats/. Thanks and I look forward to reading and testing so many of the other entries!
  8. Koko said…
    Meghan, I made this raw granola recently, and it was gone WAY too fast! I loved it! I gave some to my boyfriend, and he passed it on to his mom, sister, and even his fellow mechanics at work- they all loved it! It's amazing on it's own, but I would love it with a bit of coconut yogurt, too! http://www.onegreenplanet.org/vegan-food/recipe-raw-coconut-yogurt/ Lastly, I love this simple strawberry kale smoothie http://www.onegreenplanet.org/vegan-food/recipe-strawberry-kale-smoothie/
  9. Sunny said…
    No picture either :) I usually take a can of coconut milk and dilute it down in the big container on my Vitamix with water. Then, I take 2 cups of that, a frozen or fresh banana, 3 sprigs of kale or a handful of spinach, a spoonful of homemade nut butter or handful of said nuts, a scoop of cocoa powder and a half a tray of ice cubes and puree the heck out of it. In the fall, I like adding a few spoonfuls of canned or fresh cooked pumpkin/winter squash. Sometimes I throw a fresh carrot or some zucchini in there too!
  10. Shameen said…
    Not your average nut butter and toast: - Toasted Bread (Ezekiel or anything gluten free - no preservatives & yeast please!) - Raw Almond Butter - Organic Maca Powder - Chia Seeds & Goji Berries - Any type of fruit - Granola (for added crunch) - Pumpkin seeds Additional Fun Loving Optional Ingredients: - Cinammon - Unsweetened, preservative free shredded coconut - Sesame seeds, ground flax seed - Try any other nut butter such as cashew or sesame Toast bread, spread almond butter, sprinkle maca powder and chia seeds, then top with fruit of choice. Finish off by sprinkling granola, goji berries and pumpkin seeds. Voila! Your friends will be jealous of you when posting your pic on Facebook. (I have a picture and can send it to you if you send me an email address) Thanks :) Shameen

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