Scramble, Kale Pesto & Miso Mushroom Toast

Weekends are for brunching and here is one of our favourites. The combination of fresh, vibrant green pesto, soft, wobbly scrambled tofu and juicy, umami mushrooms is just perfect!

You can make your own pesto very easily if you have a food processor or blender – I used my kale and pumpkin seed pesto that I’m making on repeat this time – or you can of course use a ready made one for ease. We sell a few organic jars of pesto in the grocery section of our shop. The scramble is simply a gently sautéed pack of organic silken tofu seasoned with salt, pepper and some chopped sun-dried tomatoes. And those gorgeous, meaty mushrooms are marinated with our new packs of umami paste then grilled.

What’s your favourite brunch? Are you a sweet or savoury person? Let us know in the comments.

Liz x

Ingredients (serves 4)


  1. Cut bread and pop it in the toaster ready to go. Heat up a griddle pan (or fire up the grill in your oven).
  2. Slice the mushrooms in half and mix them with the umami paste and a drizzle of olive oil in a bowl. Then push them onto skewers and place them in a hot griddle pan (or on a tray under your grill) to cook whilst you get on with the scramble.
  3. Heat up a knob of butter (or tbsp of olive oil) in a medium-high heated frying pan. Open your pack of silken tofu, drain off any excess liquid and then pop it in the pan. Break it up gently with a wooden spoon or a spatular.
  4. Season the scrambling tofu with salt and pepper and then add the chopped sun-dried tomatoes. Keep the scramble moving and cook it for 5 minutes or so until it’s warmed through, but don’t break it up too much. It’s nice when there are still some larger pieces.
  5. Meanwhile turn the mushrooms in the grill to cook the other side and then toast the bread.
  6. Spread the toast with a thick layer of pesto, then divide the scramble and mushrooms between the plates.
  7. Enjoy whilst hot!

Mother’s Day Menu

Here’s a round up of some really special recipes we think would be perfect to serve this Mother’s Day. Treat the mother figure in your life to a tasty day with some fresh, organic, home cooked food. We also sell these lovely hampers if you fancy getting a special gift sent. We deliver to every address in Ireland.

Happy Mother’s Day! Liz x

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Breakfast in Bed Ideas

Treat your mum to breakfast in bed. Why not add a bottle of Prosecco and some blood oranges to your order and make some simple but sophisticated blood orange mimosas? Chill both overnight then juice the oranges freshly in the morning and serve half a glass of Prosecco topped up with blood orange juice in champagne flutes with breakfast.

Fruity Oat and Chia Pots

These are perfect for breakfast in bed and can be mostly prepared the night before. Just assemble in the morning and top with freshly cut fruit.

Flat or Fluffy Pancakes

Not just for pancake day and the topping and filling options are endless.

Smoked Carrot and Scrambled Tofu

A special brunch with humble ingredients. Make the smoked carrot the day before.


Light Lunch Inspo with Jay and Joy Vegan Cheeses

Vegan brie, blue or goats cheeses by our supplier Jay and Joy are absolutely incredible! They have to be tried to be believed. Have a look at my serving suggestions which are perfect for a light Mother’s Day lunch.

Beetroot and Butterbean Loaf, Lemon and Herb Potatoes and Carrots, Seasonal Greens and Gravy

Sunday is roast day after all and this colourful dish will make your mum smile.

Desserts and Sweet Treats

Kumquat Curd and Shortbread Biscuits

These would make a lovely homemade gift and are simple enough to make with children. A beautiful tin of biscuits and a jar of kumquat curd.


This gorgeous, light and fluffy fruity dessert (that uses the aquafaba from the tin of butterbeans from the roast) can be tweaked to incorporate her favourite fruit.

Flourless Chocolate Cake

A firm favourite with my readers and for good reason! This rich, fudgy cake is a chocoholics dream come true. Also happens to be gluten free and very healthy.

Upside-down Orange Polenta Cake

Another gluten free beauty for the citrus lover in your life. Light and zingy with the perfect crumb. A beautiful cake to remember.