The inspiration for this dish came from two places, an Italian cookbook I was given for Christmas and a multi-layered cake (30 or 40 layers) made during the bake off programme. Quite a simple yet versatile dish made up of three omelettes with a savoury filling between each omelette layer. I am using Mediterranean vegetables for the filling but you can use any selection of vegetable and/or meat. In fact, this is a great recipe for leftover vegetables and left over Sunday roast. Experiment and enjoy. This recipe will serve four.
A super quick breakfast scramble with red onions, cherry tomatoes and fresh basil. Serve over hot buttered toast.
These basic devilled eggs are another recipe passed down to me by my mother. A little retro, but always delicious!
I picked up this great alternative to devilled eggs from my brother. You have to like avocados to enjoy this!
Looking for new breakfast or brunch ideas? Try this cheesy scrambled egg with a little pesto stirred in. I like it on granary toast.
This delicious vegetarian pâté tastes great on toast. Serve on crostini for a colourful party nibble.
This vegetarian quiche is made without pastry and so is also gluten free. It's packed full of vegetables and doesn't contain many carbohydrates, either. A fantastic dish to make when you are looking for a tasty meatfree main.
A quick, easy, low carb healthy meal for lunch or dinner! Vegetables are oven-roasted with rosemary, then eggs are cracked in and roasted as the vegetables finish cooking.
These tasty little mini spinach frittatas are a fantastic option for a make ahead breakfast when you need to grab a low carb vegetarian option on the go. Make the night before and warm in the microwave if you are short on time. Feel free to substitute frozen spinach for fresh.
These minature quiches are so simple to make since there's no pastry - great for a party.