30 Minutes or Less, Breakfast, Recipes, Vegetarian

Simple Breakfast Tostadas

Morning! As breakfast is one of my most requested meals to feature, I thought I would share something that is amazingly simple to make. Helps that they are also packed full of flavour, with a base of red pesto, topped with fresh ingredients it means that you can easily make them before work. Or if like me, have a toddler running around your feet, all you have to ‘cook’ is the egg and toast the wrap.

Eggs are my main love for breakfast, you can create so many different combinations or cook them so many different ways. These tostadas would also work great with poached or boiled eggs. I totally cheated and bought red pesto from a jar, but if you have time you could easily whizz up your own in a blender. The rich base of sundried tomato pulls the whole breakfast together. I hope you like them as much as I do.

Simple Breakfast Tostadas | The Mother Cooker

30 Minutes or Less, Lunch, Recipes, Vegetarian

Vegan Green Goddess Wraps

I love getting requests from readers, you can get in touch with me via my hashtag which is #TMCimhungryfor and let me know what you would like to see on the blog. My good friend Michelle asked if I could feature some vegetarian recipes, so I thought I’d kick things off with these vegan green goddess wraps. Easy to make, super yummy and if you didn’t want them completely vegan they would work great with cheese.¬†Herby wraps, avocado & basil sauce and all of the greens. They are lovely and fresh, super easy to make and virtually fat free. I hope you like them!

Vegan Green Goddess Wraps | The Mother Cooker

30 Minutes or Less, Lunch, Recipes, Salads

Vietnamese Noodle Salad

I wanted to include quick and tasty salads in my lunch options, this one is super simple but the dressing brings it all to life. You can either have this completely veggie or it would be cracking with prawns or chicken. I was inspired by one of my favourite dips that comes with the crispy squid at Pho, a Vietnamese street food restaurant. Punchy and tangy, the perfect balance of sweet and sour. You can even add a hotter chilli if you are brave enough. It would be the perfect accompaniment to dip¬†crispy chicken in. If you aren’t a fan of udon noodles like my Husband, it would be lovely with vermicelli. The dressing is packed full of flavour, so you will only need about 2 teaspoons per serving. You also won’t need any added salt as you get enough from the fish sauce.

Vietnamese Noodle Salad