5 of the best breakfasts on the Sunshine Coast
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so you better do it right!
Whether you’re feeling like a healthy kick-start or the weekend has just rolled around and you feel like treatin’ yo self, we’ve got you covered.
We came, we saw, we devoured and now we’re sharing them with you. Here are 5 of the best breakfasts being served up in Sunshine Coast cafes right now.
Sweet Corn, Pea and Mint Fritters with Bacon at Harvest Breads, Maroochydore
Anything that comes with bacon is always a good choice. But looking beyond the bacon to the rest of this brekkie dish, you’ll see Harvest Breads has outdone themselves with this tasty treat.
Their sweet corn, pea and mint fritters loaded up with bacon, rocket and fetta are a must try. So much so that you may never be able to order anything else for fear of your taste buds missing out! Then again, take one look at their freshly-baked croissants, pastries and cakes and you’ll be stocking up for morning tea.
Avocado Smash at The Velo Project, Mooloolaba
Don’t you hate it when a cafe is skimpy on the avo? Well that certainly won’t be the case here! The Avocado Smash is the most popular item on The Velo Project’s menu, and with good reason.
What you will find is a generous serving of avo with lightly charred corn kernels, red onion, roasted garlic, a drizzle of lemon juice and zesty herbs, served up on toasted ciabatta. It’s the perfect brekkie when you’re really over eggs and it’s available gluten free, as well as being dairy free and vegan. It’s a win-win dish for everyone!
Okonomiyaki Green Pancake at Little Boat Espresso, Marcoola
Feeling adventurous? Down to try new things? Then this is the breakfast dish for you!
You’ve got to hand it to Little Boast Espresso, they sure know how to make unexpected yet surprisingly awesome flavour combos. Their Okonomiyaki Green Pancake is served with eight-hour slow cooked, mouth-watering pork, kewpie, crackling and a fried egg. While it may sound unusual, the flavour will knock your socks off!
Frühstück Platter at Baked Poetry Café, Peregian Beach
If you’re looking for a simple breakfast that feels like home, the Frühstück Platter comes with a boiled egg, ham, Swiss cheese, delicious home-made jam and a freshly-baked bread roll. You won’t find anything artificial here!
Pancakes with Berries at Izba Espresso, Currimundi
You might have a sweet tooth, but can you take on this pancake stack on steroids? Izba Espresso’s pancakes are smothered in sugary goodness and come with the perfect amount of toppings.
With each bite you’ll find the perfect balance of fluffy pancake, sweet berries and vanilla ice-cream drizzled with condensed milk. ‘Scuse me while I wipe the drool off my keyboard.