Dairy-Free Buckwheat Pancakes & Minty Maple Glazed Peaches

Dairy-Free Buckwheat Pancakes & Minty Maple Glazed Peaches

This is a breakfast alert ! If you’re a breakfast lover as I am, you’re at the perfect place. This morning was buckwheat pancakes with mint maple glazed peaches and it was insanely good. I was really scared that the peaches would be so sweet that I wouldn’t be able to eat them, and would just leave them for somebody else to have. But this absolutely never happened ! It actually wasn’t so sweet but rather amazingly soft, a little tangy and filled with freshness thanks to the mint addition in there. Imagine those luscious glazed peached lying on airy buckwheat pancakes, dairy-free and low sugar, so dreamy !

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Mint Oatmeal with Peach Apricot Compote & Almond Butter (no-added sugar)

Mint Oatmeal with Peach Apricot Compote & Almond Butter (no-added sugar)

Oatmeal is definitely my all time favourite breakfast recipes. Though it has got a bad reputation for a few years, porridges are getting back to trends and honestly, there are so many good reasons for this ! The most difficult with oatmeal is to cook it correctly so it remains super creamy and luscious. I think that most people who do not appreciate porridge are mostly deterred by the aspect and consistency of it, which is understandable – I wouldn’t say oatmeal is that instagrammable – but most probably related to various cooking elements that I’ll mention below. This oatmeal recipe is summery and light, mint flavored, topped with peach apricot compote and rich almond butter, all this without a gram of added sugar !

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French Toasts with Roasted Apricots (vegan option)

French Toasts with Roasted Apricots (vegan option)

French toasts – pain perdu – is definitely part of my breakfast, brunch & afternoon snacks favorite – ok this kind of sound like an all time favorite, I admit! This recipe is such an easy one and traditionally consists of soaking thick bread slices dipped into an egg and milk preparation, then panfried with butter, sugar and lightly spiced. Who could resist such a perfectly crunchy and slightly gooey recipe, so warming and comforting. It just reminds me so much of childhood winter nights when I used to have French toasts very often. Today’s recipe is a much lighter version of the French toast than the original recipe and is just as good, along gorgeous and juicy roasted apricots!

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