How to make a low calorie vegan breakfast cake
Posted May 11, 2018 12:25:59 I’m not going to lie, I’m a big fan of casseroles.
I can cook everything in my head and bake them all in a week and have them ready for breakfast in less than two hours.
If I need to cook for myself and not be at home, I can easily make breakfast cakes.
However, I’ve tried to limit the amount of caking required to get my kids to eat a few things in a single bowl.
So I decided to make my own vegan casserol.
I wanted to make something that would make their mornings and evenings special.
I decided that I wanted something with a little more protein in it than a typical cassero, and a little less carbs.
I also wanted something that wouldn’t get in the way of their busy schedules, so I opted for the vegan option.
The ingredients were simple, I used gluten free flour, almond flour, and coconut flour.
For the batter, I added the coconut flour, then almond flour to the batter.
To make the crumbles, I combined all the ingredients in a blender.
Next, I mixed up the batter in a large bowl and topped it with some of the crumbs.
I used a tablespoon and a half of coconut flour and almond flour for the crumb mixture.
Then, I put it in the freezer to thaw.
The next morning, when my kids were ready to eat, I popped the casseroli into the oven.
They came out nice and crispy, and they were all happy to have something they could enjoy with some protein.
How to make vegan breakfast mix:1.
Mix all the dry ingredients together in a bowl.2.
Combine the dry, sweetener, and vanilla extract in a small bowl.3.
Stir until the mixture becomes a nice smooth paste.4.
Put it into a bowl and mix it up.
It will be pretty thin, but if you’re a perfectionist, you may want to mix it with a spoon.
This is the basic recipe for a vegan caked breakfast.
The coconut flour crumbles are vegan, too.
If you are using almond flour or coconut flour instead of coconut, add a little extra almond flour if needed.
Here’s the vegan version.
To make your own vegan breakfast, start by making your casserola batter and then add the coconut crumbles.
Once you’ve mixed the batter into the batter and are getting the consistency you want, you can make the mixture into a dough that’s easier to work with.
For this vegan caking recipe, I decided I wanted it thick enough so it wouldn’t break.
If you want to make your caking a little thicker, add in more almond flour and coconut.
This vegan casing makes about 20-30 servings.
For this vegan breakfast mixture, I went with almond flour.
I have two gluten free gluten free wheat gluten free bread flour that I buy at Trader Joe’s, and I have a few gluten free whole wheat gluten-free bread flour blends.
You can use whatever gluten free dough you prefer, but I like to mix the gluten free ingredients with my gluten free baking ingredients to make it thicker.
If you want the caking to be thicker, just use more almond or coconut, or use the almond flour from the recipe above.