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Green Goodness

Our Vegan Cuisine

Come to Little Burley Markets on Saturdays or Haig Park Markets on Sundays and try our menu

Chia pudding - delicious breakfast!

Chia Pudding

Chia pudding is a creamy, delicious, and healthy breakfast. Chia seeds are rich in protein, antioxidants and omega 3, as well as many other nutrients That means they’re great for digestion (and keep things moving), they’re great for heart health, they help balance blood sugar and they’re great for bone health. Long story short, they’re good for you!

Cinnamon, apple, almonds & blueberry quinoa

Quinoa is gluten-free and packed with nutrients like protein, zinc, fiber, and folate, as well as antioxidants. This delicious breakfast, drizzled with Maple syrup, makes a filling, satisfying, healthy breakfast.

Quinoa with apple, blueberry, cinnamon and almond - a very filling and delicious breakfast
Scrambled Tofu with avocadoes, vegetables and toast

Scrambled Tofu

The perfect vegan breakfast that has a rich and creamy texture, served with toast and vegetables

Avocado on Toast

Packed with healthy fats, fibre, and a burst of flavours, this smashed avocado will satisfy your cravings and provide a nutritious kick-start to your morning. Avocados are a good source of fiber, and contain more fat (the good kind) than carbohydrate, so are popular on lower-carbohydrate diets such as with diabetes. Their heart-friendly fats do not increase blood cholesterol, which can provide satisfaction on a traditional cholesterol-lowering diet that is often low in fat and cholesterol. It is one the highest-fat plant foods, making it a popular inclusion in vegan and vegetarian diets.

Avocado on Toast, an ultimate breakfast number 1!
Yummy King Mushrooms on Toast with hummus, tomatoes and alfalfa.

King Mushrooms on toast

It’s an ultimate breakfast! Tasty king mushrooms layed on a bed of hummus over toasted bread. King oyster mushrooms, also known as king trumpet mushrooms or French horn mushrooms. Unlike many mushrooms, whose stems become tough and woody, king oyster mushroom stems are firm and dense but completely edible. Indeed, slicing the stems into rounds and sautéeing them yields something resembling sea scallops in texture and appearance, which is why they're sometimes referred to as vegan scallops.

Corn & Chickpea Salad

Corn, kernels, chickpea, red onions kale, red pepper, parsley Himalayan salt, chili & garlic

Corn and chickpea salad, an ultimate meal that will fill you up for hours
A delicious fruit salad made from fresh seasonal fruit and topped up with our delicious citrusy dressing

Fruit Salad

The best ever fruit salad coated in a simple fruity dressing. Made of fresh seasonal fruit

Tofu Poke Bowl

Crispy tofu on a bed of leafy green vegetables, topped with quinoa, edamame, red cabbage avocado, carrots & cucumbers. Tofu is a good source of plant-based protein that can be used in all sorts of ways. It’s a great addition to vegetarian and vegan diets, but even if you’re a meat eater, I urge you to try it. In my tofu recipes, I don’t use it as a meat substitute, but rather as something unique and delicious in its own right!

Tofu Poke Bawl with quinoa, spinach, purple cabbage, edamame and avocado
Mushroom Buddha bowl with quinoa, spinach, avocado, edamame, carrots and purple cabbage

Mushroom Buddha Bowl

On a bed of leafy green vegetables, topped with quinoa, edamame, red cabbage avocado, carrots & sprouts.

Vegan Omelet

The best vegan omelet is light, fluffy and so flavorful no one will guess it’s made without eggs! The perfect high protein vegan breakfast.

This omelet is light and fluffy, eggy, high in protein and totally satisfying.

Made with chickpea flour, mushrooms and spinach

Vegan Omelet
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