If you didn’t already know, this week is National Breakfast Week and being that it is the most important meal of the day, after all we should breakfast like a King, we couldn’t pass it by without celebrating… Breakfasts are so exciting now, more or less anything goes and depending where you are in the world this could be a full English, or curry, rice or syrup laden waffles. What is your favourite breakfast?
Enjoy these ten recipes from Foodies100 bloggers…
- We start off with Thinly Spread’s eggy bread with cinnamon, oooo it’s years since I’ve made eggy bread so I need to rectify this as soon as I can.
- Upma/uppittu is cooked as a thick porridge from dry roasted semolina, Chitra’s Healthy Kitchen has added black eyed beans to up the protein and vitamin content of this common south Indian breakfast dish.
- Think you can’t have pancakes if you’re follow a vegan diet? The Little Loaf has made some delicious coconut pancakes with pomegranate and figs.
- I could tuck into Over A Cuppa’s gluten and dairy free baked oats with honey, orange and spices any time of the day, not just for breakfast they look so good and satisfying.
- If you fancy a virtuous, guilt free breakfast how about Hijacked By Twins’ green goodness breakfast bowl which is packed full of fruit, chia seeds, matcha and honey.
- Scottish Mum has made scrambled eggs with cheese and tomato in an actifry. Ready in minutes and as it cooks it for you, your hands are free to do something else, what a brilliant idea!
- Breakfast muffins are a great idea for teens who like grab and go breakfasts and if you like to take your breakfast to work. The Petite Cook’s quinoa breakfast muffins are high in protein and minerals and lots of lovely vegetables.
- Casa Costello has made a crunchy pomegranate bircher museli, this is a great breakfast if you don’t have much time in the morning as it is prepared the night before.
- Who says you have to drink your coffee in the morning? With Lavender and Lovage’s cappuccino pancakes with banana you get to eat it too. However I was already sold at the pan-fried bananas and syrup. Mmmm.
- Finally we have another great idea for a take-away breakfast, nutty, fruity and oaty healthy breakfast flapjack bars from Gluten Free Alchemist. These breakfast bars are vegan, gluten, dairy and refined sugar free too.
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