Salade César au poulet grillé
Bacon et coconut flakes (pour remplacer les croutons)
1 jaune d'oeuf
1 c.à.soupe de moutarde de dijon
1/2 gousse d'ail
250 ml d'huile d'olive
sel et poivre
Mélanger l'oeuf avec la moutarde de dijon. Verser l'huile en filet en fouettant pour créer une émulsion. Ajouter l'ail haché, le sel et poivre.
Can't beat breakfast for dinner! 🥞
I've been having pretty savory breakfasts recently (still going strong with my protein "cheesy" eggs with avocado toast and a side of Greek yogurt with pepitas) that by the time supper rolls around I'm ready for something sweet, and naturally my mind jumps to waffles! I've finally got a waffle recipe that makes waffles that crisp up perfectly every time; the recipe that used to do that for me just randomly stopped working and crumbles in my waffle maker?? Anyway! In case you've got a sweet tooth like me, I'll post the recipe bellow 😊
Oat Flour Waffles:
-1 cup of oats
-2 medium bananas, cut into little coins
-2 eggs (or flax eggs if vegan)
-1 tsp vanilla extract
-1 tsp baking powder
-pinch of pink salt
Throw all the ingredients into a blender and blend until combined. That's it! I use coconut oil to grease the waffle skillet before pouring my batter on. Top with whatever you please, today I did peanut butter and of course maple syrup.
*I would say this is a recipe for two people but it can very easily be halved or go bananas and make them all! You can always freeze leftover waffles for a fun meal on a later date, but let's be real, if you're like me you'll probably eat them all and that's A-okay seeing as these are the healthiest freaking waffles ever! Enjoy!!