Highlights from Foodies 100 bloggers: Breakfast

Date and Banana Flapjacks

From ‘Annie’s Dorset Kitchen’ we have date and banana no added sugar flapjacks, using only natural sugars from date and banana for sweetness.


Cinnamon Rolls

Sweet, fluffy cinnamon rolls with a brown sugar-honey filling. ‘Something Sweet, Something Savoury’ says they take a while to make, but the end result is more than worth it!


Banana and Blueberry Granola Bars

These delicious vegan and gluten free Banana and Blueberry Granola Bars are from the ‘Rough Measures’ kitchen.


Stilton & Caramelised Onion Muffins

From “Pip & Little Blue’ we have Stilton & Caramelised Onion Muffins which are perfect for that afternoon slump. A lovely combination of salty cheese, sticky sweet onions and the crunch of a walnut, mmmm.


Ricotta, Pear & Walnut Crostini

Feast your eyes on ‘Figs and Pigs’ Ricotta, Pear & Walnut Crostini with honey and thyme, a perfect tasty breakfast.


Almond Porridge with Pomegranate

An easy superfoods and vegan breakfast with oats, almond milk and pomegranate seeds.This Almond Porridge with Pomegranate is from ‘Recipes From A Pantry.’


Porridge is one of the foods that kids do like thus I found a way of enticing my little ones by adding pomegranate into their porridge.


Coconut Chia Seed Pudding

From ‘Mummy’s Fast & Easy’ we have a healthy Coconut Chia Seed Pudding with raspberries and honey.


Banoffee Pie Pancakes

The ‘Penne For Your Thoughts’ kitchen has been whipping up a huge batch of Banoffee Pie Pancakes, mmmm.


Lemon and Blueberry Oat Flour Pancakes

Lemon & Blueberry Oat Flour Pancakes; light and fluffy vegan pancakes infused with lemon juice & fresh blueberries, topped with soy yogurt and maple syrup from ‘Euphoric Vegan’.


Healthy Red Velvet Beetroot Pancakes

This is a delicious, healthy and gluten free recipe for Red Velvet Pancakes. Made with no artificial colourings, just beetroot. The perfect brunch treat for Valentines Day from ‘My Fussy Eater’.


Peanut Butter Pie Granola

Nutty, sweet and wholesome, this Peanut Butter Pie Granola from ‘The Whole Ingredient’ is delicious and super quick to prepare. It’s time to enjoy chocolate for breakfast the right way.


Brown Butter Almond Milk Waffles

These delicious Brown Butter Almond Milk Waffles from ‘The Worktop’ kitchen are the perfect breakfast for lazy Sunday mornings.


Salted Caramel Toast

Suzy from ‘Sudden Lunch’ is tempting us with seven different mouth watering breakfast ideas including Salted Caramel Toast. Mmmmm.


Nutty Granola

Get your day off to a great start with this Nutty Granola recipe from the ‘Cherished By Me’ kitchen.


Blood Orange Smoothie

From “Bite on Green’ we have a delicious and very healthy Blood Orange Smoothie, made with 100% of red fruits. It Is a superb drink for winter time as the blood oranges taste so good.


Cottage Cheese and Almond Rolls

These Cottage Cheese and Almond Rolls  from ‘Hey Cakes’ are a sweet treat to brighten up gloomy winter mornings!


Breakfast Parfait Jars

Naughty looking but healthy Breakfast Parfait Jars from ‘Crumbs and Corkscrews’, layered with yogurt, granola, berries, kiwi fruit and dark chocolate. It’s just like having dessert for breakfast.


American Pancakes with Pomegranate and Blueberries

From ‘The Hedge Combers’ kitchen are these American Style Pancakes with a fresh Pomegranate and Blueberry topping are simple, seriously tasty and dairy free.


Healthy Plum and Pecan Granola

If you are avoiding refined sugars, this healthy Granola from ‘The Whole Ingredient’ is sweetened using only date syrup – that only takes a few seconds to make – and a tiny drop of maple syrup, so it’s high in nutrients, low in fat and absolutely bursting with superfoods!


Buttery Scrambled Eggs, Herby Tomatoes & ‘Nduja Toast

Treat yourself to an extra special breakfast on Christmas morning with Jo Eats London’s Buttery Scrambled eggs, Herby Tomatoes and toast generously spread with ‘nduja toast.


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