If you can actually make Haitian breakfast as fast as you can eat them, then you must try these super breakfast recipes.
The initial meal from when you are breaking our fast should be scrumptious. In fact, it is the most important meal of the day, but does it always measure up when it comes to mixing things up in the morning? Absolutely not always!
That’s why we’ve gathered 9 sensational, jaw-dropping ways to add wholesome, delicious, and scrumptious Haitian breakfast meals to the table every morning.
We’ve included some Haitian food recipes for a healthy start, a sweet tooth fix, and a solution for those busy mornings.
Haitian Breakfast Recipes To Try
Labouyi Bannann (Haitian Plantain Porridge) is a sure way to perk up your breakfast routines. A Caribbean’s favorite breakfast dish. Look no further and entice your morning breakfast with this quick and easy plantain porridge.
Mayi Moulin (Mais Moulin) also known as Creamy Polenta / Haitian Cornmeal) meal that is not only easy to make but also extremely delicious. A perfect way to have breakfast, lunch, or dinner on the table to feed your family in no time!
Mayi Moulin Ak Zepina (With Spinach) is a staple dish in Haitian food. Mayi Moulin (Mais Moulin) is equivalent to grits or polenta and can be served in many different ways. It can also be served with spinach.
Haitian Spaghetti can certainly be enjoyed for breakfast; it is not just for dinner. Hands-down the BEST Haitian spaghetti recipe you’ll find! This is what we call a True to Goodness flavor in Haitian food.
Haitian Peanut Butter, although not really a meal, but definitely falls into the breakfast category. If you are looking for a healthier peanut butter version, then this spicy peanut butter- Haitian style recipe is the one to try.
Haitian Patties (Haitian Pate) – Spicy, flavorful, delectable beef stuffed in puff pastry dough. Quick and easy Haitian Pate that comes together as quickly as they sail off the table. Ridiculously Delicious!!!
Soup Joumou is served every year on the 1st of January as the Haitian nation celebrate its Independence. It is one of the most savored food as it is a rarity. Deliciously prepared to one’s taste but the base is squash.
This soup is not routinely served in everyday mornings, but it is a must on January 1st. It is extremely filling, but yet the enjoyment of the sensational flavors with the proudness of freedom make this dish a unique experience that one must share.
Plantain Bread is not a true staple when it comes to Haitian breakfast, but Haitians do love plantains, and therefore, this bread had to make the cut! If you are not familiar with plantain bread (plantain cake), you are in for a treat.
This bread is gluten-free, delicious, and is a perfect alternative to banana bread and a great way to use your ripe plantains.