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Things on Toast

Things on Toast

When time is short, throw together something healthy and sustaining ‘on toast’. Here are some ideas for nutritious toast toppings. Choose wholegrain bread or mixed grain types or rye or pumpernickel.
Spicy Vegetables with Eggs

Spicy Vegetables with Eggs

Quick and easy to prepare, this dish is an ideal midweek dinner but the colourful ingredients make it perfect for a celebratory meal, too. Originating in North Africa, it is also known as chakchouka.
Yogurt cheese on toast

Yogurt cheese on toast

Labna, also spelt labne, labneh or labnah, is a drained yogurt-based cheese popular on mezze platters in Middle Eastern cuisine. It can be drained for longer than 24 hours; the longer it is drained, the firmer it will become. Labna will keep for up to 1 week in the refrigerator.
Ricotta Pancakes with Fresh Fruit

Ricotta Pancakes with Fresh Fruit

For a special brunch, treat yourself to a plate of pretty pancakes. To warm honey for drizzling, try heating it in the microwave for a few seconds.
Lets Do Brunch!

Let’s Do Brunch!

Lazy weekends or indulgent late mornings are the best time to enjoy a leisurely brunch. To make it easy, keep the following convenience staples in your pantry or freezer: maple syrup, canned corn, rolled oats, frozen spinach and peas, frozen berries and, of course, always have eggs in your fridge!
Quinoa and Cranberry Porridge

Quinoa and Cranberry Porridge

Make this new twist on a traditional porridge to brighten a cold winter morning. Cranberries contain many valuable nutrients but they have a limited season so are usually available in frozen or dried form.
Berry Yogurt Swirl

Berry Yogurt Swirl with Walnuts and Pepitas

Celebrate berry season with this healthy swirl of goodness. It will give you the energy and nutrients you need in the morning. Use thawed frozen berries if fresh ones aren’t available – they’re just as nutritious.
Blueberrry and Oat Breakfast Muffins

Blueberry and Oat Breakfast Muffins

These muffins are best eaten within a couple of hours of baking, but they can be frozen for up to 1 month. Wrap each muffin individually in foil, place in a large resealable plastic bag, expel all the air and tightly seal. Thaw the muffins at room temperature and reheat in a low oven.
Homemade Muesli

Homemade Muesli

Tired of toast? Over oats? Prepare this easy homemade muesli.
Mixed Berry Smoothie

Mixed Berry Smoothie

This vitamin-packed drink makes a filling and nutritious breakfast if you are in a hurry. Combining proteins, calcium and anti-oxidants, this drink is sure to hydrate the brain and improve energy circulation.
Oatmeal Porridge

Oatmeal Porridge with Dried Fruit Compote

Warm your winter mornings with this hearty hot porridge. Its blend of slow-acting carbohydrates and protein will keep your brain fuelled for optimal performance despite the cold weather.
Quick Ham and Cheese Quiche

Quick Ham and Cheese Quiche

With ready-rolled shortcrust pastry you can whip up a tasty, homemade quiche in no time, then leave it to bake. A colourful salad and boiled new potatoes go with it perfectly.
Rosti with horseradish

Rosti with horseradish

Horseradish cream adds a lovely flavour to this traditonal Swiss dish.
Savoury Scrolls

Savoury Scrolls

Pull these fresh from the oven and you'll receive appreciative gasps of delight. These scrolls are also excellent for picnics and lunchboxes.
Spinach and Fetta Omelettes

Spinach and Fetta Omelettes

This high-protein breakfast will help sustain your energy levels for hours. For extra fibre, serve the omelette with wholegrain toast. Add a green salad for a nutritious brunch or lunch.

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