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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. Alex said…
    This is one of my more unique creations! Celery-apple muesli: http://alexpicotannand.com/2010/07/13/a-fresh-start/
  2. renee said…
    My favorite healthy breakfast 1/3 c meagan's muesli http://meghantelpner.com/recipe-loving-2/?recipe_id=6018612 1/3 c oats 1&1/3 c water Cook in a small pot until creamy, about 1.5 minutes add in 1 scoop wheat grass powder 1t maca 1T sesame seeds 1-2T hemp protein 1t grass fed butter 1t flax oil pinch of himalayan salt 1/3 c berries of choice or 1t pomegranate powder Yum!
  3. Erin said…
    We made these today from Ricki's blog: http://www.dietdessertndogs.com/2011/04/21/sugar-free-gluten-free-anti-candida-vegan-coconut-pancake-recipe/ I didn't use all the flours/powdered ingredients, it is easy to sub in this recipe (ie. I also used hemp milk instead of soy milk, chia instead of flax, coconut oil instead of olive oil, date paste instead of stevia). My 3-year-old loved them. We topped them with date paste (dates blended with water).
  4. Cathy DeVos said…
    Almond Power Halloween Breakfast Smoothie This recipe is a work in progress you if you can tweak it a little, I'd appreciate it. 2 tbsp. raw almond butter 1/2 cooked pumpkin puree 3 dates (soft & pitted) 1 tbsp hemp hearts 2-4 tsp. coconut sugar 2-3 c. filtered water 1 tsp. vanilla extract 1 tsp. cinnamon 1/2 tsp. all spice 1/4 tsp. ginger pinch ground cloves pinch ground nutmeg pinch sea salt top with whipped coconut creme (chilled) Yields about 2 glasses of smoothie. Blend in a vitamix or blendtec.
  5. Vaishali said…
    Breakfast I actually love ( will send you the pictures shortly) IDLI - 1 1/2 cups brown rice or millet, 1/2 cup split urad dal, 1 Tbpns fenugreek seeds. Wash well till water is almost clear. Soak it separately in water atleast for 4 hrs or overnight. Drain the water. Grind the urad dal first with water not too much. Pour it in a separate container. Then grind the rice or millet with fenugreek seeds with water till you get a smooth batter. Pour it in the container along with the dal batter. Add salt to taste and mix it together. Cover it and place it in a warm place like yr oven and let it ferment. You can keep yr oven light on if you wish. It may take 8 hrs to 24 hrs depending where you live. You will know it has fermented when you see the batter has risen. Mix gently and steam it for 10-15 min in idli moulds or small steel containers. You will know it has cooked if a skewer comes out clean. Let it cool for 5 min. Serve with coconut chutney or any vegetable based curry. CHUTNEY - 1 cup grated fresh coconut, handful of cilantro, green chillis acc. to taste, salt to taste, 1/2 inch of ginger, 1-2 shallots - Grind all of this to a fine paste with 1/4 - 1/2 cup water. Heat a pan with 1 -2 tbspns of coconut oil - when it has heated up add 1 tspn black mustard seeds - let is splutter then quickly add 1-2 dried red chillis, 1 sprig of curry leaves and then add the ground paste. Stir for about 3-5 min. Serve with IDLY. Yum!!
  6. Raeanne said…
    I'm a smoothie girl, through and through. I love em, summer, winter, whenever!. This is the recipe I follow most often. Though now I use Sunwarrior Vanilla protein powder due to a green pea allergy. I usually use at least a 1/2 cup to 3/4 cup of berries and not 1/4 cup, like I wrote in the recipe. Hope you enjoy! http://raeanneperry.blogspot.ca/2012/03/new-go-to-smoothie.html
  7. Nanda said…
    I love this two equally but I confess that I have the shake more often than the cereal. CEREAL: 1/4 C of ground Milk Thistle 1/2 C of freshly ground Flax Seeds 1/2 C of sesame seeds 1/2 C of Chia seeds 1/2 C of Hemp seeds 1/4 C of Maca 1/4 C of Goji berries 1/4 C of Currants 1/4 cup of raisins 1/4 cup cramberries 1/2 C of dried Coconut Flakes 1/2 C of Sunflower seeds 1/2 C of Pumpkin seeds Equal parts of Brazil nuts, Almonds, walnuts. Add much as you like. 2Tbs of Ground Cinnamon 1Tbs of Turmeric 1Tbs of Ginger 1 tsp of ground clove Mix everything in a glass sealable container. You can soak overnight or boil some water in the morning and let it soak for about 5-10min, add honey,coconut milk, hemp milk, etc, or nothing. A good portion size is about a 1/4 cup to a 1/2 cup . You will have cereal for about a month. Some people add oats and soy lecithin, I prefer without it. SHAKE: 1 scoop of yellow pea protein powder or brow rice protein powder 2 tbs of sesame seeds 1/2 ts of buffered vit.C 1/2 ts of Maca 1heaping tbs of raw cacao powder handfull of goji berries 1/2 pouch of frozen acai handfull of frozen blueberries 1/4 banana or tsp of flax or chia seeds (if you use all will be to thick) 1 cup of water 1/4 cup of coconut milk 1tsp of coconut oil 1tbs of Udo's 369 blend I like to add vanilla or almond extract (optional) Sometimes I add a few coffee beans and a little more cacao (and take the berries and acai away) Use a Vitamix, do not add ice, you already have the frozen berries and acai. Enjoy! Thanks Meghan for this great idea!
  8. sarah said…
    Breakfast on the go I wanted something warming that was as easy as a breakfast smoothie is to dump into a glass and take but didn't start my day with a jolt of fruit sugar. Here's what I've come up with. As soon as you get up in the morning, put some water on to boil. Before you shower: 1. fill a metal travel cup (or small thermos) with boiling water; 2. put about 1/2 cup of cooked grains, 1/4 cup of cooked beans or tofu, and 1/4-1/2 cup veggies and/or greens in a bowl and cover with boiling water. (You have all those pre-cleaned and cut veggies from Meghan's meal prep, right?) When you're just about ready to leave, dump out the water from the cup, strain the water from the grains/beans/veggies and dump them into the empty cup. Fill the cup most of the way with boiling water, leaving room for a bit more water and the lid. Mix 1t-1T miso with 2T warm water, dump in the cup and mix or shake. Drink now or drink later. Times can vary depending on how long it takes you to get ready/get to wear you'll eat your soup. The reason I pre-soak the grains/beans/veggies before adding them with boiling water to the cup is because if they were straight from the fridge, they cooled the boiling water too much so that it was luke-warm when I was ready to eat it.
  9. Ann said…
    One of my favs: Sweet Potato Pancake: 3 cups grated sweet potato (sueeze out excess moisture in a tea towel) 2 eggs 1 TBSP or so quinoa flour Sea salt and a pinch of cayenne. Mix, mix. Heat pan medium and melt coconut oil to coat bottom of pan. Spread mixture in pancake shapes and flatten out. Cook on one side until edges brown, flip, cook. I eat plain or spread some fresh goat cheese on them and devour! Makes more than one serving, so this keeps well in fridge for the next day.
  10. Diane said…
    My favourite breakfast takes about three minutes to prepare and takes as long as you want to savour and enjoy. I have just lightly modified something which came from the Eat to Live book written by Joel Fuhrman. Banana/Blueberry Delight (modified from Eat to Live by Joel Fuhrman) 1 sliced banana 1 cup of blueberries (you can use frozen or fresh) 1/4 cup old fashioned rolled oats 1/3 cup of 100% Pomegranate Juice Heat for 2 minutes in the microwave cause is tastes so yummy warm Then add 1 tablespoon of a whole bunch of great stuff - Golgi berries, walnuts, hemp seeds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds. (add what ever you love) Stir. Don't rush to eat this breakfast, enjoy every bite and chew thoroughly.

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