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Strawberry Milkshake

Breakfast Smoothie

Calories 156

Fat 3g

Protein 4g

Serves 2 


This breakfast smoothie is perfect.


1 banana

1 tbsp porridge oats

80g soft fruit (whatever you have – strawberries, blueberries, and mango all work well)

150ml milk (alternative milk can be used - oat, coconut..

1 tsp honey

1 tsp vanilla extract



  1. Put all the ingredients in a blender and whizz for 1 min until smooth.

  2. Pour the mixture into two glasses to serve.


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Avocado, rashers and tomatoes on toast 

Calories 269

Fat 13g

Protein 19g

Serves 2



This Turkey rasher and tomato breakfast is quick and healthy. 



A little olive oil

4 smoked turkey (Can be substituted for non meat)


3 tomatoes


2 slices wholegrain bread

1 tsp English mustard

1 small ripe avocado

stoned, peeled and halved

2 handfuls rocket


1.    Heat a non-stick pan or griddle and spray or rub with a little oil to lightly grease it. Cook the turkey rashers and tomatoes for a couple of mins each side.

2.    Meanwhile, toast the bread, spread with mustard and squash half an avocado on each. Add the turkey rashers, tomatoes and rocket, and serve hot.


Banana Pancakes

Calories 243

Fat 13g

Protein 9g 

Serves 1 (easily doubled)



Who doesn't love pancakes? add a little sweetness with honey and fruit.


1 small banana

1 medium egg, beaten

pinch of baking powder

(gluten-free if coeliac)

splash of vanilla extract

1 tsp oil ( for cooking)

60g rasberries

Drizzle of honey (optional)


  1. In a bowl, mash 1 small banana with a fork until it resembles a thick purée.

  2. Stir in 1 beaten eggs, a pinch of baking powder (gluten-free if coeliac) and a splash of vanilla extract.

  3. Heat a large non-stick frying pan or pancake pan over a medium heat and brush with ½ tsp oil.

  4. Using half the batter, spoon two pancakes into the pan, cook for 1-2 mins each side, then tip onto a plate. Repeat the process with another ½ tsp oil and the remaining batter.

  5. Top the pancakes with 60g raspberries and drizzle honey.


Calories 168

Fat 2g

Protein 9g

Serves 2



High-fibre porridge oats.


6 tbsp porridge oats

100ml 0% fat Greek-style yogurt (Can substitute for non dairy/vegan yogurt)

175g  frozen blueberries

1 tsp honey (optional)


  1. Put the oats in a non-stick pan with 400ml water and cook over the heat, stirring occasionally for about 2 minutes until thickened. Remove from the heat and add a third of the yogurt.

  2. Meanwhile, tip the blueberries into a pan with 1 tbsp water and the honey if using and gently poach until the blueberries have thawed and they are tender, but still holding their shape.

  3. Spoon the porridge into bowls, top with the remaining yogurt and spoon over the blueberries.




Per serving

Calories 210

Fat 13g

Protein 12g

Serves 4



A little twist to eggs.


2 onions, thinly sliced      

2 x 100g bags baby spinach leaves

handful fresh wholemeal breadcrumbs

25g Parmesan (or vegetarian alternative), finely grated

4 sundried tomatoes, chopped 

4 medium eggs


  1. Heat oven to 200C/180C fan/gas 6. Heat the oil in a pan and add the leeks, onions and seasoning. Cook for 15-20 mins until soft and beginning to caramelise.

  2. Meanwhile, put the spinach in a colander and pour over a kettle of boiling water. When cool enough to handle, squeeze out as much liquid as possible. Mix the breadcrumbs and cheese together.

  3. Arrange the leek and onion mixture between 4 ovenproof dishes, then scatter with the spinach and pieces of sundried tomato. Make a well in the middle of each dish and crack an egg in it. Season and sprinkle with cheese crumbs. Put the dishes on a baking tray and cook for 12-15 mins, until the whites are set and yolks are cooked to your liking.

Baked Eggs

Image by Igor Miske

Calories 204

Fat 13g 

Protein 17g

Serves 2



Protein-rich brunch or breakfast in 10 minutes.


1 tsp rapeseed oil

3 tomatoes, cut in half

4 eggs

1 tbsp chopped parsley

1 tbsp chopped basil


  1. Heat the oil in a small non-stick frying pan, then cook the tomatoes cut-side down until starting to soften and colour. Meanwhile, beat the eggs with the herbs and plenty of freshly ground black pepper in a small bowl.

  2. Scoop the tomatoes from the pan and put them on two serving plates. Pour the egg mixture into the pan and stir gently with a wooden spoon so the egg that sets on the base of the pan moves to enable uncooked egg to flow into the space. Stop stirring when it’s nearly cooked to allow it to set into an omelette. Cut into four and serve with the tomatoes.

No Meat Omelette

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