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Breakfast

Possibly the most important meal;  you are likely to be more focused, you will find yourself less likely to snack mid morning (usually high calorie unhealthy foods) and finally you're likely to feel like you have the energy to carry out the usual daily tasks

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Poached Egg, Avocado and Chilli on Toast

1 Egg

Crushed Chilli Flakes

1/4 Avocado

1 Slice of Wholemeal Bread

224kc

10g Protein

17g Carb

16g Fat

7g Fibre

Put 1 slice of bread in the toaster and place 2 eggs in boiling water with a dash of vinegar, this holds the eggs together.
Whilst this is cooking, mix 1/4 avocado with crushed chilli flakes to a creamy consistency.
Spread Avocado mix over the toast and drain excess water from the eggs once cooked.
Place eggs on toast and enjoy

 
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Porridge with berries and honey

40g Porridge Oats

100ml Semi skimmed Milk

Water

30g Strawberries

10g Blueberries

5g Honey

Fat 6.1g

Protein 11.1g

Carbs 44.4g

Fibre 5.6g

Calories 248kc

Mix oats and milk into saucepan, heat gently, start slicing the fruit and wait for porridge to form consistency you like. I always add a touch of water once the porridge is starting to firm up and then let it heat for a further few minutes. Take off the hob, pour into a bowl and add fruit, drizzle honey on top to finish and ENJOY

If you have rolled oats you can soak over night and enjoy in the morning once all flavours have absorbed

 

Pancakes with Fruit

135g Plain Flour

1 tsp Baking Powder

½ tsp Salt

2 tbspCaster Sugar

130ml Milk

1 large Egg

2 tbsp Melted Butter

1 Large Strawberry

10 Blueberries

1/4 Banana

Each serving (3 pancakes + fruit above)

Fat 9.6g

Protein 7.4g

Carbs 44.7g

Calories 284 kcal, 

Mix flour, baking powder, salt and caster sugar into a large bowl.

Add melted butter and milk, mix a little leaving a little flour still visible and then add the egg and mix until you have a smooth batter.

Heat a non-stick frying pan over a medium heat and add a little bit of butter. When it's melted, add 3 spoon fulls of the batter

It will seem very thick but this is how it should be. Wait until the top of the pancake begins to bubble, then turn it over and cook until both sides are golden brown and the pancake has risen to about 1cm/½in thick.

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