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Orange, banana and ginger detox smoothie

I just made this detox smoothie and it’s surprisingly tasty. The ginger apparently works as an appetite suppressant, which is useful as I’ve heard that blending fruit into a smoothie means your stomach isn’t sent the same signals to tell you that you should be getting full, so you may end up consuming more.  I tend to add linseeds and chia seeds, which I soak for 5 minutes in the smoothie liquid before I blend them, which also help to make you feel full for longer and provides further protein, omega-3 fatty acids, fibre and minerals.

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Fluffy spelt blueberry pancakes with coconut milk

This yummy breakfast is full of nutrients from all the fruit and goes well served with a fruit smoothie. I prefer spelt flour as it gives the pancakes a nutty flavour. If you are eating dairy free replace the butter with coconut oil. Serves 2.
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Vege Breakfast Fry-up

As I’m moving house tomorrow I have very little left in the fridge. I made up this recipe with the food I have left over for breakfast and it was pretty good, so here it is for you to enjoy as well.

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Vegetable mess

I made this healthy vegetable brunch today, which I’ll probably have again for breakfast tomorrow.

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Pesto scrambled eggs

A yummy alternative to traditional scrambled eggs.

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Scrambled eggs with goats cheese

An easy, yum way to spruce up your weekend breakfast.

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Bubble and squeak

Yum! I love these vege patties with a full English breakfast or on their own with a bit of tomato or HP sauce. A great way to use up left over veges.

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Potato, red onion and sausage frittata

This frittata  takes a while to make and needs constant attention to make sure nothing burns, but the end result is worth the effort.

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Breakfast mushrooms

A yummy addition to breakfast and a cinch to make…

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Canadian Pancakes

Delicious, fluffy pancakes, best served with butter and maple syrup and bacon on the side.

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