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10 Breakfast Bowls You Should Have Eaten This Morning

By Olivia Atkinson - 15 Feb 2016

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Welcome Eatery
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Catroux
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Ralph’s Bar and Eatery
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Mondays Eatery
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Odettes Eatery
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Ripe Deli
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Little Bird Unbakery Ponsonby
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L’oeuf
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Have you ever stopped and pondered about what you put in your mouth first thing in the morning? No? Well we have, and we’ve got a lil’ somethin’ somethin’ to share with you. 

Breakfast bowls. 

These circular vessels of goodness might just be the best breakfast invention ever. From sweet yet healthy creations to the savoury, protein-loaded, breakfast bowls contain a selection of delicious ingredients, working in harmony to blitz any early-morning grogginess and get you up and at ‘em in the a.m. 

So if you’re yet to experience these beauties, don’t wait any longer. Here are 10 of the best breakfast bowls in Auckland. 

The Vital Bowl

Markets & online

While the oozy croque monsieurs and flaky pastries at La Cigale Market can be hard to resist, take the healthier route and wander over to The Vital Bowl. Sarah, the lovely lady behind the operation will impress with her acai smoothie bowl. Topped with her sugar and gluten-free, coco-nut muesli, this is a breakfast bowl you need in your life. 

Welcome Eatery 

Grafton

This is a breakfast bowl your taste buds will welcome with open arms. Although they’re only open during weekdays, Welcome Eatery dishes up a particularly tempting item—Super Bowl 2.0. Free of nasty refined sugar, it’s made from coconut yoghurt pannacotta (basically dessert for breakfast), berries, chia, nut clusters and granita. Talk about scrumptious… 

Catroux 

Westmere

If you’re all about them gains, hustle to Catroux to try their fitness bowl. It’s as pretty as a picture and constructed using only the good stuff. The good stuff being grilled haloumi, avocado, orange, rocket, tahini dressing, crunchy sprouts, toasted turmeric nuts and a poached egg. Hands down one of Auckland’s best breakfast dishes. 

Bowl & Arrow 

Markets & events

Follow Bowl & Arrow on the gram and hunt them down. These guys know how to cram a whole lotta nutrients into their dairy and gluten-free smoothie bowls—blended to silky perfection then sprinkled with granola and fruit. They even do catering, so you can introduce the wonders of the breakfast bowl to your whole crew. 

Ralph’s 

Mt Eden 

No sweet tooth? No problem. Ralph’s in Mt Eden makes a damn fine breakfast burrito bowl. Grab a fork and shovel scrambled egg, black beans, chorizo, lime cream and chipotle mayo (plus a few other yummy extras). Wash it down with a double shot of Coffee Supreme and you’ll be fully charged for the day. Savoury brekkie for the win. 

Mondays 

Kingsland

Mondays don’t need no bowl. Instead, the Kingsland café craftily fill half a fresh papaya with paleo coconut, vanilla almond granola, chia berry coulis and yoghurt. You can literally gobble up entire thing, bowl included! That’s food ingenuity for ya. 

Odettes 

Auckland CBD

Now, before you turn your nose up at puy lentils for breakfast, head to Odettes and try what they do with them. Spoiler alert: they’re bloody good. A beautiful bowl of lentils, savoury crepe, roasted cashews, lime labneh and a perfectly poached egg. Who said breakfast bowls were just acai and cereal? 

Ripe Deli 

Grey Lynn

Need something on-the-go? Ripe Deli is your one-stop breakfast bowl stop. With bircher and poached fruit, chia and coconut with banana, walnuts and dates, and an acai granola bowl, the potential for breakfast bowl enjoyment is endless. 

Little Bird Unbakery 

Ponsonby & Kingsland

It’s no secret that Little Bird are pros at the wholesome food thing but health conscious or not, their chia bircher is a must-try. Lovingly fashioned with gluten-free oats, chia, goji, fruit, young coconut, berry-chia jelly and coconut yoghurt, this is one of the best breakfast bowls in town. They also make a great acai bowl. 

L’oeuf 

Mt Albert

All granola-ed out you say? Don’t succumb to the temptations of Vogels and Vegemite just yet! L’oeuf’s breakfast bowl rendition needs your attention. Coconut granola on a bed of lime yoghurt with star anise poached pineapple—a heavenly combo in a bowl. 

On the healthy breakfast buzz now? Here’s 10 Healthy Brunches To Try In 2016.

Image credit: Little Bird

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