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Granola + apples = a healthy breakfast, right? Plus it’s homemade so its pretty much a sin not to eat this stuff.
Raise your hand if you love pancakes. That was everyone, right? I knew it! I’ve never ever come across someone who didn’t love pancakes.
Imagine combining a rich, dark espresso with a light and velvety slice of cheesecake, all smothered with a layer of delicious dark chocolate.
Some extra-special people (that’s me) combine the two and throw a bit of chocolate in, too to make the on-the-go breakfasts of all on-the-go-breakfasts – a chocolate espresso smoothie.
….you’ll end up with a light and fluffy indulgent dessert which takes like a cookie and is a healthy breakfast.
You know what I love about this recipe? It takes care of itself and leaves you free to enjoy a cup of coffee, flip through some cook books, browse Pinterest or whatever you do on a Sunday morning.
Do you know what makes Monday a whole lot better? Pastry for breakfast. More specifically, these strawberry cream cheese pastry puffs for breakfast.
If you’ve ever struggled with getting your soft boiled egg cooked perfectly, here is a list of tips which will help you get it right every time.
My Official Treat Taster wanted to use up the maple syrup, so I suggested pancakes, which he agreed to, then said “with bacon”. I can’t believe I’ve never come up with this before.
Whether you’ve got the Monday blues or not, this double chocolate peanut butter granola breakfast parfait is bound to make your day a million times better.
I can’t believe I have found a second way to get myself to eat mushrooms. If you want any proof that this mushroom recipe is amazing, it’s that I ate it and actually enjoyed it.
This ham and leek breakfast roll is one of my most favorite breakfast dishes that I have put together recently.
Crispy potato cakes infused with bacon and served alongside a crispy egg with a soft yolk… sorry Mr donut, but I’m going to have to pass.
Sausage and Egg McMuffins are my all-time favorite breakfast to eat out ever. But do you know what’s even better? The homemade version.
You can use whatever fillings you like – I used whatever I had on hand. But be warned – they’re super-messy and ridiculously hot when they come out of the oven.
Crunchy shredded potato encasing a runny baked egg.
The sweet, juicy strawberries and tangy Greek yogurt work wonderfully alongside the buttery, vanilla crepes in this recipe.
According to the pancake-devourer, having most of my breakfast gobbled up before I had a chance to take pictures is actually a compliment and not an incredibly rude, mean, childish thing to do. Who knew?
Healthy breakfasts can get tiresome – especially if you’re trying to cram vegetables in there – but breakfast nachos are one dish that you won’t get fed up of.
This Berry Breakfast Pizza makes a great summer breakfast. If you’re up early enough you can bake the base before the day gets too hot to avoid turning your house into a sauna.
So after a super-fantastic weekend and scary Monday morning staring me in the face, I felt I deserved a yummy breakfast with my latest addiction incorporated – peanut butter.
But now I am going to open up the world of low-carb pancakes to you. A world where you can gorge on rounds upon rounds of pancakes without having to plough through that I-know-it’s-only-8.20am-but-after-those-pancakes-i-could-really-do-with-a-nap feeling.
Weekday breakfasts are best when they’re simple to prepare, quick to cook and portable to eat.
These pancakes are so thick, fluffy and filling, yet somehow light. The rich, chocolate flavour really shines through to make any Monday morning worth getting up for.
This breakfast parfait is also based on a healthy breakfast version of a yummy ice cream sundae.
Packed with strawberries and banana, and sprinkled with All-Bran cereal, this breakfast sundae tastes fantastic and is really healthy, too.
These Baked Egg Boats are perfect when you’re looking for a tasty and healthy breakfast that’s also quick to make with basic ingredients you have on hand.
Traditional Irish oatcakes are savoury, but I thought I’d make things a bit more interesting and add sugar and raisins.
With this recipe, you can have a great-looking and fantastic-tasting breakfast in minutes with minimal effort.
This has become my fool-proof recipe for making fluffy American pancakes with minimal effort. They’re so easy to make, that you can easily whip them up before work for a satisfying weekday breakfast.
Since they require so little effort, you could even make them for a weekday breakfast, although you would probably only need half a baguette to keep you going until way after lunch.