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7 Mother’s Day breakfast ideas

Feel like treating your mum this Mother's Day? Try these 7 recipes for beautiful, healthy breakfasts

Say thanks this Mother’s Day with a healthy, homemade breakfast feast. Here are some of our favourite ideas to play with.

Minty lemon and banana hot cakes

1. Minty lemon and banana hot cakes

Light and wholesome hot cakes with just the right amount of zest. Plate up with yoghurt, mint leaves, extra banana and grated lemon rind.

Bircher muesli with poached fruit and pistachios

2. Bircher muesli with poached fruit and pistachios

Full of natural sweetness, this bright and juicy bircher muesli is always a delight.

Breakfast tacos with chipotle sweet potato

3. Breakfast tacos

Put a Mexican-inspired twist on the morning with these smoky chipotle, sweet potato and mushroom tacos.

Pecan, buckwheat, coconut and date granola

4. Pecan, buckwheat, coconut and data granola

Superfoods ahoy! This refreshing, crunchy blend is delicious served with fresh fruit and yoghurt

Shakshuka baked eggs

5. Shakshuka

Warm and invigorating, this Moroccan dish is alive with smoked paprika, cumin and chilli flakes.

Mushrooms and feta on toast

6. Mushrooms and feta on toast

A light but filling classic with the succulent flavours of crumbly feta, fresh greens, and sautéed mushrooms.

Acai bowl

7. Acai bowl

As delicious as a dessert, this antioxidant-filled breakfast is easy to whip up and never fails to impress.

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