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Roasted grapes on cheese: A’s toast to breakfast 🍇

Roasted grapes on cheese: A’s toast to breakfast 🍇

My most adulting moment this year: Digging out elaborate breakfast recipes but never having the time to make them!

I thought I could finally do what I never did in my 20s (make time for breakfasts that weren’t on the go) but here we are at it again; except weekends. Weekends are my time for breakfasts by the table. No exceptions!

Here’s a chill toast recipe I’ve been digging (pun intended) that can be made vegan with absolutely zero additional effort. We’ve been hearing of ageing like fine wine. This is anti-ageing paired with cheese! Presenting... Roasted Grapes on Cheese Toast.

What you need:

  1. A handful of red grapes 🍇
  2. 2 sliced red chillies 🌶
  3. Few sprigs of thyme 🌱
  4. Olive oil to drizzle 💦
  5. Balsamic vinegar to drizzle 🍶
  6. Honey or agave to drizzle 🍯
  7. A big pinch of salt 🧂
  8. 3 to 4 big spoonfuls of ricotta or cream cheese (vegan, if you like) 🧀
  9. A small bunch of chives chopped finely 🌿
  10. A small bunch of parsley roughly chopped 🍀
  11. A spoonful of lemon juice 🍋
  12. 2 slices of bread of your choice (I make it with sourdough) 🍞

The hard part (not the method, the wait time) 🕰

    1. Foil your baking tray and plonk on the grapes on them. Add the chilli slices and thyme. Lightly drizzle olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and agave. Season with a big pinch of salt to balance the sweetness. Roast it in the oven until the grapes are still whole but feel like chunky jam with dripping sauces. You can do the same thing on a stovetop in a skillet.
    2. In a bowl, add your cheese, herbs, lemon juice, and a pinch of salt to season. Mix and set it aside. Toast your bread with a drizzle of olive oil and get ready to assemble!
    3. Spread a generous dollop of your herbed cheese on your bread slices. Top it off with large spoonfuls of your toasted grape goodness to your heart’s content. Spoon some of those jammy sauces on top and finish off with chives, parsley, olive oil, and agave drizzles to garnish (if you have any patience left)!

*chef’s kisses* 🤌🏼



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