Breakfast muffins

I have been following keto diet lately and every morning it’s usually a struggle to figure out what to eat for breakfast! After all one does run out of smoothies not to mention the boredom that eventually sets in gulping down the same thing almost every day…

So voila… came up with these breakfast power muffins which are delicious and packed with goodness ! Also good for gluten free dieters …

Recipe: (for 6 cup cakes)

1 1/2 cup paneer (cottage cheese)

3 eggs

1 cup of grated carrot

1/2 cup of frozen peas

1/2 stick of butter ( 1/2 cup of sunflower oil)

Salt to taste

1/2 tsp of pepper powder

1/4th tsp of cinnamon powder

1/4th tsp of baking powder

1/4th tsp of baking soda

1 1/2 tbsp of gluten free flour



  1. Mix the dry ingredients i.e.

The gluten free flour, salt, pepper cinnamon powder, baking powder and baking soda in a bowl.

2. In a large bowl mash teh paneer well.

3. Crack in teh eggs and add teh vegetables .

4. Slowly mix in the dry ingredients and add teh oil/ or butter.

5.Mix teh batter well.

It should look like this:

6. Sprinkle some flour into a muffin tray and fill teh cups with the batter.

7. Bake for 30 min at 200 degrees.

8. Cool on a wire rack for at least an hour.

9. Take them out of teh moulds.

10. Take pictures n devour your delicious and healthy breakfast muffins!! 😉


Perfect Frittata anytime!

Frittata this egg based Italian dish was a happy addition to my list of breakfast, brunch, quick dinner recipes. The other day I was speaking to my BFF who lives across the  world on another continent ( thanks to technology!) and she was in the middle of making breakfast while I was getting ready to call it a day. In between our girl talk she exclaimed for she flipped her frittata wrong …..That’s when I totally saw myself whipping up this delight for our next day weekend breakfast! Now this is crazy but when I start seeing my food in front of me, is when I know this has to happen real soon…. It’s like another kind of nature’s call when the creative juices start flowing and that doesn’t let me procrastinate ( I am the  queen of that land!..) any more!

So the good ol Google presented me with innumerable recipes of Frittata but I stick with experts mostly, therefore chose this wonderful recipe of world famous Chef Gordon Ramsay…and need I say my first frittata was delightfully delicious!!!

The  family loved it and it was a nice wholesome breakfast for the fast growing lill man!

Here is the recipe link

Instead of smoked bacon I used chicken salami and for Goat cheese I just used shredded mozzarella……


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