Sunday’s Blueberry Banana Sweet Omelet

Sunday July 24th, I woke up to Sunday’s sunrise, went for a morning run, and did some post-run yoga. Afterwards, I was ready for Sunday breakfast and made myself a Sweet Omelet. Many people requested I share the recipe, so here it is!

Sunday post-run breakfast: 💙 A blueberry & banana stuffed ~sweet omelette~ plus a random waffle ☀️

BLUEBERRY BANANA PALEO SWEET OMELETTE

I actually almost messed up making this sweet omelet because, as you can see, I folded the omelet only 1/3 of the way instead of half-way, but now I think it actually looks better this way because you can see what the omelette is stuffed with (banana coins and blueberries). 😍

I then drizzled the sweet omelette with some ~crunchy almond butter~

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This omelette was so good! I don’t think this photo does justice to show how fluffy and soft and delicious this was!!! 💙 It is grain and #glutenfree, #sugarfree, and just amazing… In my recipe below, I share my secrets to getting this soft and fluffy texture. Hint: it involves coconut flour!

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This was delicious that I was sad when it was over. 😭 Hahaha.

Get the recipe below!


Blueberry Banana Coconut Flour Sweet Omelet
Recipe Type: Breakfast
Author: Vivian
A sweet take on the classic omelet that is grain-free, high in protein, and delicious! To make the omelet extra soft and fluffy, I add baking powder and coconut flour, my secret ingredients.
Ingredients
  • 100 g egg whites
  • 10 g coconut flour
  • 1/4 tsp baking powder
  • stevia to taste
  • pinch salt
  • coconut oil, for greasing the pan
  • Banana, blueberries, for stuffing
  • *Toppings: almond butter, more blueberries, bananas, etc.
Instructions
  1. Whisk the first five ingredients together.
  2. Heat a pan to medium high heat. Grease with some coconut oil. Once heated, pour the mixture into the pan and swirl around to make a circle. After a couple minutes or so, add the banana slices and blueberries on *HALF* of the omelet, and then let it cook a little longer. Once it is cooked, fold the omelet over half or a third of the way (see photo).
  3. Turn off the heat. Serve, take a photo, enjoy, and share your photo with me on Snapchat or Instagram!

The rest of that Sunday looked like this.

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Sunday baking: my gluten free & vegan oatmeal banana chocolate chip cookies, whole wheat biscottis, watermelon, and Sunday fish roast dinner. I’ll share more details about those in another blog post!


As always, thanks for reading! Don’t forget to let me know if you try my recipe!

xx, vt

🍌 Individual Banana Cream Pies! With Tofu Cream Filling | Happy Pi Day

Mini banana cream pies! 🍌 With a peanut butter oatmeal cookie crust, filled with fresh & creamy banana tofu custard, and topped with fluffy whipped meringue. Not only are these healthy, dairy free, refined sugar free, high protein, and 100% whole grain, these are ABSOLUTELY yummy.

I think they are the perfect spring and summer dessert, and they’re healthy enoguh for breakfast. Because why not start off Pi Day with the dessert itself? Best yet, you get to eat an entire pie all for yourself!

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For this recipe, I also put together a fun little cooking video of me showing you how I made this pie. Please try to ignore the awkwardly tight shirt that I had since high school, as well as the dorky hipster glasses. I filmed this last year, and I don’t know why I thought it was a good idea to dress up as a nerd. 🙈 Guess I was really got into the idea of Pi Day last year…

Anyways, enjoy the video! Recipe is also below. 🙂


When it comes to March 14, there’s two types of people: those who celebrate 3.1415…, and those who, well, eat pie.

Guess which group I fall in. 🙈

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But if I’m honest, I actually miss taking geometry and calculus. Those were the days I thought I was actually good at math and had the guts to take linear algebra in college only to find out that I legitimately suck at math. Ugh. The worst semester of my life!! 😂

So good thing on this π Day, I’ll be making Pies you can eat instead of using Pi you calculate with. 😉

Healthy Banana Cream Pie

And on this Pi Day, I am presenting… miniature banana cream pies with a peanut butter oatmeal cookie crust and topped with fluffy meringues.

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So far, already sounding a lot more pleasant than 3.141592653589793… 😏

These mini banana cream pies are not only delicious, you can’t tell that they are actually healthy!

First of all, they have a whole grain oatmeal and flax crust.

Second, there’s freaking TOFU in the these banana pies. Traditional custard pie recipes use a ton of eggs and cream, but I’ve come up with an easier and more nutritious custard using tofu!

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That’s making the cream filling high in protein, lowering the fat, yet light and creamy. Also, it’s 100% vegan! The banana cream filling is so good I eat it on its own. It literally tastes like those banana pudding cups I used to eat as a kid, so if you’re here for the pie filling, it’s all good too. 😉

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Lastly, you get an entire pie all to yourself! These individual pies are single serving, and for one pie, it’s roughly 425 kcal; 13g F; 60g C (8.5g fiber), 24g Protein! Additionally, they are full of nutritious stuff like oatmeal, flax, peanut butter, banana, etc. To me that sounds like a great breakfast.

I mean, why not start off Pi Day with the dessert itself? 🙂

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I actually developed this recipe last Pi(e) Day 2014, but lately I could not stop thinking about banana cream pie… I mean, they look don’t look bad, right? And as in “don’t look bad” I mean they look damn delicious, right?

That’s ’cause they are! 😉

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So damn delicious that I think they need their own soundtrack… You know that Peanut Butter Jelly has a song? Yeah I need one for these pies haha.

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Anyways, here’s my recipe!

Banana Cream Pies

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🍌 Individual Banana Cream Pies! With Tofu Cream Filling // Happy Pi Day!

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Mini banana cream pies! 🍌 Peanut butter oatmeal cookie crust, filled with fresh & creamy banana custard, topped with fluffy whipped meringue. Judging by looks and taste, you won’t believe that the custard is made with… Tofu! Yes, tofu, and that these are healthy, dairy free, refined sugar free, high protein, and 100% whole grain!

I think they are the perfect spring and summer dessert nutritious enough for breakfast. Because why not start off Pi Day with dessert? Better yet, pie? Best yet, an entire pie all for yourself!


For this recipe, I also put together a fun little cooking video of me showing you how I made this pie. Please try to ignore the awkwardly tight shirt that I had since high school, as well as the dorky hipster glasses. I filmed this last year, and I don’t know why I thought it was a good idea to dress up as a nerd. 🙈 Guess I was really got into the idea of Pi Day last year…

Anyways, enjoy the video! Recipe is also below. 🙂


When it comes to March 14, there’s two types of people: those who celebrate 3.1415…, and those who, well, eat pie.

Guess which group I fall in. 🙈

img_0060x

But if I’m honest, I actually miss taking geometry and calculus. Those were the days I thought I was actually good at math and had the guts to take linear algebra in college only to find out that I legitimately suck at math. Ugh. The worst semester of my life!! 😂

So good thing on this π Day, I’ll be making Pies you can eat instead of using Pi you calculate with. 😉

Healthy Banana Cream Pie

And on this Pi Day, I am presenting… miniature banana cream pies with a peanut butter oatmeal cookie crust and topped with fluffy meringues.

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So far, already sounding a lot more pleasant than 3.141592653589793… 😏 Get my famous recipe below!

Continue reading “🍌 Individual Banana Cream Pies! With Tofu Cream Filling // Happy Pi Day!”

🍌 Make me a Sandwich. Valentine’s Day Idea. 💛

Ok ok ok. So maybe you’re going to be cooking a nice Valentine dinner, and morning pancakes and dessert brownies are too fussy. Still, you want to make a nice semi-romantic breakfast or lunch. Well then do the classic: make her a sandwich (because girls deserve sandwiches more than guys do not just on VDay but any day…!)

All you need for this recipe is (1) a sandwich 🍌 and (2) a heart-shaped cookie cutter. 💛

Peanut Butter BAnana Sandwich VAlentine

This was actually my Valentine’s Day breakfast last year 2015, so I’m just sharing it this year to give y’all ideas. I made a PB Banana Honey sandwich using:

Cinnamon raisin Ezekiel bread
Organic peanut butter
Organic honey
Banana 🍌

Toasted bread. Made sandwich. Cut a heart out of it.
Took a bite of PB Banana Heart.
Downed it with a cold glass of soy milk. >:)

Note: So this “recipe” has a lot of freedom, but since this is a health-focused blog, I recommend using a whole grain bread and preservative-free nut butters, etc!

If you try this idea out, let me know! Share a picture of it with me on Instagram @vivanttang. What kind of sandwich did you make?

🍌🍨🍫🍒 Banana Split for a Healthy Breakfast!

So this could be your breakfast.

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Yeah. ^ That. And it’s healthy. Healthy enough for breakfast and also indulgent enough as an after-school treat.

Even better, this recipe can’t get any simpler.

I just split a banana in half, take three scoops of my homemade froyo (recipe here!), and drizzle each with a peanut magic shell, chocolate magic shell, and raspberry chia sauce.

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