This section contains foods that most people would consider breakfast food, however I don't believe that a person should deny oneself a sugar fix purely because the day is half done. I've tried to incorporate as many nutritionally-dense ingredients as possible in these recipes, omitting refined sugars and flours in favour of more natural substitutes. Go ahead and indulge!
Freshly whipped chocolate ice-cream, doused in a chocolate hazelnut butter sauce and scattered with dark chocolate chunks and rose petals. Raw, vegan, and unlikely to send you spiralling into a food coma (unlike its godly appearance may lead you to believe).
Are you a squishy cookie lover? Then this delicious plate of soft, pillowy, half-baked cookie dough dotted with melty chunks of dark chocolate is for you!
What happens when french toast and blueberry muffins collide? This!
I'm not going to pretend like this lives up to a hot fudge sundae, but it's pretty damn close! Extra chocolate sauce is optional but highly recommended.
I will admit, one barely needs a recipe to conjure up a fruit salad. However, these papaya boats are so tropical and beautiful that they deserved their own page!
Chocolate pancakes? Tick. Salted caramel? Tick. Nutella? Tick. Obesity? Tick.
Forget toasty sandwiches, try this bowl out for size - peanut butter jelly time suddenly has a whole new meaning!
One would be forgiven for thinking that marshmallow fluff is an untouchable fantasy for our eggless vegan friends, but fear not! This peculiar yet delicious stack has a special ingredient that makes it a real possibility.
Jelly Tip is a New Zealand national icon - here I've attempted to make my own healthier rendition of the chocolate, raspberry, and vanilla delight.
Chocolate thickshakes are as dreamy as food gets, and this bowl is no exception. Think rich chocolate icecream, blended up with a blob of peanut butter on top. Don't forget the crackling chocolate sauce!