Beat breakfast boredom and start your day with a nutritional boost in an instant.

It takes no time to prepare just put some bean-thread noodles in a bowl with some dried mushrooms (I used cloud-ear and sliced shiitake) with some cut wakame seaweed, pour over boiling water and stir in a tablespoon of miso. Cover for 10mins while you get ready and Shazam! A delicious, healthy breakfast. 

Support your immune function, reduce inflammation, cultivate good gut bacteria, improve circulation and blood pressure and so much more. I recommend reading more if you are a nutrition nut like mwah. 

Miso: high in antioxidants, protein and fibre.

Bean thread vermicelli: lower gi than other noodles, mineral inch for cell health, I love these things they are fabulous in a Thai salad too.

Seaweed: adds Unami flavour and slippery texture a swell as protein, many vitamins and minerals.

Mushrooms: cloud-ear’s and shiitake are both used in traditional Chinese medicine and have anti everything: antimicrobial, antiviral, antitumour, antibacterial  and antioxidant qualities …………and promote general wellbeing! But I like them for the firm texture of the shiitake and the slippery texture of the cloud-ears. 

Get your mushrooms, noodles, non-Gm miso and wakame in your Asian supermarket. You can get most of these ingredients in your local large corporate supermarket however you might make a great discovery in the Asian store. Last time I found purple rice imagine the antioxidants in that! 

I get about 4-5hours of belly satisfaction from this if it’s got to get you through something really physical or a longer timeframe add some silken tofu or egg drizzled in at the preparation stage. 

Enjoy x

Namaste ❤️🙏 Liz 

Lemon, Nutmeg, Cinnamon and Vanilla Baked Custard

Lemon, Nutmeg, Cinnamon and Vanilla Baked Custard

Makes 6


Zest of one lemon

Half a nutmeg finely grated or teaspoon of ground

Seeds of one vanilla post or few drops of extract

Teaspoon cinnamon

5 eggs

5 cups milk

3/4 cup sugar


  1. Whisk all ingredients, pour into ramikins, place in a Roasting tin with water to halfway up the sides of ramakins.
  2. Bake for approx 70mins at 140 degrees C, test with a knife, cooked when knife comes out clean.