Creamy Oats with Cinnamon and Banana

14/11/2017

Oats remain a healthy breakfast as it is high in fibre and is known to reduce cholesterol. Compared to boxed cereal, you can control the amount of salt and sugar when cooking oats. Serve it in different ways to keep it interesting. Try other spices like nutmeg or mixed spice with any seasonal fruit.

Serves 4

Ready in 15 minutes

Homemade Muesli

14/11/2017

Making your own muesli is really easy and much more affordable than buying ready-made muesli. You can also control how much sugar, salt and oil is added.

Makes 1,2 kg

Ready in 1 hour

Baked Beans on Toast

13/11/2017

Baked beans and bread both contain salt already, so there is no need to add more to this dish. The lemon juice, black pepper, herbs and chutney adds a delicious flavour to this quick breakfast.

Serves 4

Ready in 20 minutes

Eggs and Toast Soldiers

13/11/2017

Sometimes a few simple ingredients can become a very healthy breakfast. Enjoy eggs with fresh ingredients and a slice of toast.

Serves 4

Ready in 30 minutes

Fresh Fruit Salad

13/11/2017

It is important to eat seasonal fruit, as it will be more affordable and has much more flavour when in season. See what is available and choose a variety of colours to add lots of vitamins and minerals to your breakfast.

Serves 5

Ready in 20 minutes

Super Smoothie

13/11/2017

A smoothie can be an interesting way to incorporate a variety of fruit into your breakfast. It’s also quick and easy to enjoy – even on your way to work or school.By adding nuts or uncooked oats, you make the smoothie a bit more filling, which will keep you fuller for longer. Remember that a smoothie has to be nutritious otherwise it digests too fast – leaving you hungry sooner. A smoothie can also be part of a breakfast with a small portion of eggs or muesli and yoghurt.

Serves 4-5

Ready in 20 minutes 

Weekend oven-roasted Veggies

13/11/2017

This is a delicious, warm, vegetarian breakfast and the veggies are very versatile. See the tips below.

Serves 4

Ready in 1 hour

Omelette with Broccoli and Cheese

13/11/2017

Serves 4

Ready in 30 minutes

Egg-in-a-Cup

13/11/2017

This is a quick, yet interesting way to serves eggs for breakfast or brunch. You can prepare the veggie filling or use left-over veggies. This recipe uses no salt, as the feta adds enough of a salty flavour.

Serves 6

Ready in 40 minutes

Egg Toast

13/11/2017

Eggy toast is an easy way to get kids to enjoy eggs if they don’t like scrambled or fried eggs. Different toppings can be added for an interesting weekend breakfast or brunch idea.

Serves 4

Ready in 45 minutes

Spicy Pan Breakfast

13/11/2017

Serves 6

Ready in 45 minutes