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Delicious, nutritionally balanced and filling, our tempting breakfast options will kick start your metabolism and set you up for the day ahead

The perfect every- day breakfast

Make- at- home muesli

Description: Make- at- home muesli

Makes 8 x 50G servings

It is perfect because … making your own muesli gives you full control of the ingredients. Ours is designed to keep you full till lunch, with slow- release oats (these chunky ones are extra hearty and flavorsome), extra fibre and hazelnuts. Swerve the calorific dried fruit that many store- bought versions are full of and use fresh fruit instead.

Make- at- home muesli ... Makes 8 x 50G servings

·         150g chunky porridge oats

·         60g whole wheat flakes

·         50g flax seeds

·         40g sunflowers seeds

·         40g pumpkin seeds

·         60g whole hazelnuts

·         Low- fat yogurt and strawberries to serve

Calories 237, Fat 14g, Protein 3g, Fibre 4.4g

  1. Tip all the dry ingredients into a large airtight jar or plastic container. Seal the lid and shake well to combine.
  2. Serve with a dollop of low- fat plain yogurt and lots of sliced fresh strawberries.

Banana cinnamon porridge … if you would rather have something hot

Description: Banana cinnamon porridge

Serves 2

It is perfect because … porridge is a seriously healthy, filling start to the day. Oats contain soluble fibre that helps lower blood cholesterol and blood sugar levels, but who has not been guilty of undermining its nutritional credentials by adding last- minute sugar, syrup or cream. Our recipe uses naturally sweet flavourings like apple and cinnamon so you will not be tempted. Go for half milk/ half water to get the nitrients of milk while keeping the calories down. The bran, almonds and banana add extra nutrition, flavour and bulk.

·         1tnsp bran

·         70g porridge oats

·         1tbsp ground almonds

·         1 apple grated

·         200ml water

·         200ml skimmed milk

·         1/2tsp ground cinnamon

·         1 banana, sliced

·         Cinnamon suger (optional)

Calories 285, Fat 8g, Protein 10g, Fibre 7g

  1. Put the bran, oats, almonds, apple, water, milk and cinnamon in a saucepan and bring to a simmer. Cook for 5 to 7 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  2. Serve topped with sliced banana and just a sprinkling of cinnamon sugar, if using.
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