Not another boring brekkieI am forever being asked about breakfast options. When I have clients looking for slightly lower carb breakfast options and want to increase satiety, I will suggest they up their protein and healthy fats. With all the new found freedoms people have been experiencing, this recipe also works well if you have had a couple of wines too many during your fond reunions.Since I am here to help (not judge) here's something you can prep in advance my Smoked Paprika Baked Cauliflower with Pomegranates and Avo smash (cause Melbourne!).This brekkie also contains approx 8 grains of protein so if you add a couple of eggs you have a high protein breakfast to die for! If vegan opt for nut cheese and felafels would be a great addition to boost protein.Makes 4 serves.Ingredients:- 1 whole caulflower- 1 pomegranate (blue berries or other tart fruit would also work)- 1/2 preserved lemon (diced) or capers or olives- 1 whole soft avo- 80gms feta- Juice of half a lemon- sleeve of flat parsley chopped- 1 tsp cumin seed- 1 tsp smoked paprika- coconut oil spray- salt and pepper to taste1. Prep the cauli- Chop or rice a whole cauliflower (or buy pre-chopped)- Blanch with hot kettle water (literally pour over in a colander)- Dry on paper towel.- Spray with a little coconut oil and on a roasting pan on over-proof paper (or in an air fryer).- Dust with 1 tsp smoked paprika, 1tsp cumin and s&p to taste.- Roast about 10-15 mins on a high temperature (200 degrees) or until golden.2. Smash the smash- Combine 1 soft avocado, 80gm of soft feta and 1/2 a lemon juice, stir or blend until smooth3. Plate or put in containers- Add your cauli first then mix in the arils of a pomegranate (of a pre-seeded box of arils), and 1/2 a preserved lemon chopped up- Sprinkle with S&P and a handful of flat parsley per serveMacros: with 2 eggs this meal comes in at roughly 297 calories19 gms Protein16.5 gms of fat13.5 gms carbs

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