It was about 9 years ago when I moved to Perth by myself. I never lived overseas before and didn’t know what to expect. I was living in a share house with a couple of other people. Having to share a kitchen, fridge, and every other things out of my own room was very uncomfortable. But I had to deal with that for a couple of years as the tuition fee was ridiculously expensive as an international Uni student (about 3-4 times more than local students). I didn’t care much about what I ate back then, so I had a bit of weird addiction to one food, which I ate every day every single meal until I got bored of it. I used to live on breakfast cereal, Crunchy nut, at some point. Although it was so sugary and had absolutely no nutrition, it was quick and convenient to just fill up my stomach. After that, weet-bix, breakfast bars, frozen peas, etc. This bad eating habit continued after I finished Uni and got a job just because I was too busy to eat my lunch or dinner at work. I was working long hours without proper breaks and just had to shovel down something quick between patients. Thinking back now I deeply regret and feel sorry for not caring my health for years. I cannot blame anyone but me >.< So no excuses everyone and make this loaf!!!!
Great thing about making this awesome breakfast loaf is healthy, easy and has everything you need. So if you are going out somewhere, busy at work, traveling, getting on the plane, etc, take this loaf in your bag as a snack or even simple meal. You can be creative and put other ingredients that you like. To make one loaf (about 4-5 servings) I used 150g grated green apple, 1 knob of grated ginger, 1 tea spoon of cinnamon powder, 2 table spoons of maple syrup, 1 table spoon of coconut oil, 100g eggs, 1 tea spoon of baking powder, 75g coconut flour, 30g of LSA, 25g maca powder, 25g mequisite powder and a pinch of Himalayan salt. Simply combine all ingredients in a mixing bowl, transfer to a loaf tin and bake in the preheated oven (180) for 45 minutes or until it’s all cooked. I put these ingredients because I just love a combination of apple, cinnamon and ginger. But you can make your own recipes using different flavour combinations such as banana and chocolate, coconut and blueberries, cranberries and pecans, dates and apricot, strawberry and rhubarb, etc.