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6 quick and easy breakfast ideas

6 easy and healthy breakfast ideas for an inspiring start to the day.

Weekday breakfasts can get boring fast. Instead of settling for your usual peanut butter on toast – or grabbing an oily ham and cheese croissant at the coffee shop near work – try some of these delicious ideas.

These recipes are easy to make, full of healthy ingredients, and can all be easily parcelled up to take with you.

1. Quinoa, berry and yoghurt porridge

Blend up a revitalising morning feast – this porridge is bursting with flavour and superfood goodness.

2. Easy breakfast burrito

Scrambled eggs and veggies give you a nutrient-rich start to the day. This is an easy recipe to customise with your own favourite spices, ingredients and flavours.

3. Mini oat pancakes

Indulge your tastebuds in these sweet and nutritious pancakes. Whip up a batch of oaty batter the night before and they’re ready to go in a flash.

4. Green smoothie

Get your green fix first thing to set you up for a positive day. Full of the natural sweetness of banana, pear, blueberries or kiwi, this blend is as delicious as it is nourishing.

5. Eggs with minced lamb

This spicy, Turkish-inspired delight is full of protein goodness, and can be cooked up in 15 minutes.

6. Apple-passion bircher muesli

Mix up this fresh and light muesli the night before, and wake up to a fantastically filling feast.

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