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Madeleine Shaw’s Sweet Potato and Hemp Waffles

Madeleine Shaw
@MadeleineShaw

One of the UK’s best-loved foodies for her balanced approach to nutrition. 

If you’re not one of Madeleine Shaw’s 276,000 followers on instagram, you might not know that this foodie is a serious contender for best brunch game. Unlike her competitors, Madeline opts for the savoury over the sweet (who needs a sugar rush on a Saturday?) – think miso porridge and harissa sweet potato hash. Her latest spark of genius? Sweet potato and hemp waffles, packed with protein and served with soft-boiled eggs, avocado and miso mushrooms. “A super simple, healthy and delicious breakfast. It’s colourful, it’s nutritious and it’s packed full of protein”.

Prep
10 mins
Cook
10 mins
Serves
2
1

Mix the sweet potato, whisked egg, smoked paprika, Good Hemp Drink, and Good Hemp Protein Flour (or Protein Powder) together in a bowl with a pinch of salt and pepper. Mash it all together with a fork.

2

Heat the waffle maker and brush it with a bit of Good Hemp Oil.  Pour the batter out and cook as per your waffle maker (usually 3-5 minutes). If you don’t have a waffle maker just fry the same amount of batter like thick pancakes in the pan.

3

Boil some hot water and add the eggs for 6-7 minutes so that they are cooked through with a gooey inside.

4

While this is cooking mix the miso paste, half the lime juice and Good Hemp Oil together in a bowl. Add this to a pan with the mushrooms and onions. Sautee for 5 minutes or until the mushrooms are nice and brown.

5

Remove the eggs, peel and slice in half.

6

Serve the waffles hot topped with the boiled egg(s), miso mushrooms, sliced avocado and a lime wedge. Brunch has never been so good for you.

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