A Nutritious Slow Breakfast with Stonemill Bakehouse
Fraiche Living is a food and lifetstyle blog by nutritionist Tori Wesszer.
Wesszer has partnered with Stonemill Bakehouse to create recipes for the latest Canadian breakfast trend: slow breakfasts.
A recent Stonemill Bakehouse survey found that three-in-five Canadians who are currently working from home are spending more time making their breakfasts.
Sixty-two per cent revealed that they are eating healthier breakfasts working from home.
On CTV Morning Live Wesszer created a Green Goddess Eggs Benedict.
This unique recipe uses Stonemill Authentic Sourdough Rye Multigrain bread.
Stonemill Bakehouse bread contains no artificial preservatives, flavours or colours, and is non-GMO.
Their authentic sourdough rye is always fermented for at least 12 hours and is made with Canadian rye from Canadian farms.
Check out the full video from CTV Morning Live to learn how to make the Green Goddess Eggs Benedict.