Get the day started on the right foot with this selection of low GI breakfast recipes including porridge, muffins and breakfast drinks.
Home made baked beans are unbeatable when compared with the canned variety! This recipe has four kinds of beans and chickpeas.
My kids prefer my home made muesli bars to the shop bought ones, but variety is still important. My son asked me if I could make Apple and Cinnamon Muesli Bars, instead of the usual ones that I make. I came up with this and both the kids loved the result. Though it could also be called a health snack as there isn't much that would offend your diet!
Ripe bananas, nature's star sweetener, are the basis for this moist, tasty loaf.
I wanted something quick and easy to prepare for breakfast at work and this fits the bill beautifully, especially if you have only got a microwave oven and no stove available. This is so easy and delicious, I shouldn't be sharing it. The trick to making this work well is to cook it in the microwave twice.
These are awesome to start you off for the day, get the metabolism working.
Grated potato cakes - or hash browns - make a crunchy accompaniment to grilled meat or roasted game. Here they are given a fresh appeal by using succulent sweet potatoes.
Hearty buttermilk, rolled oats and wholemeal pancakes. Perfect for brunch served with banana slices and maple syrup.
This is the real thing! Because it must only be handled very lightly, it can never be made in a bread machine.
It's done in a rice cooker rather than the stove.
These muffins are perfect for breakfast, providing the energy the body needs in the morning. They are healthy too, using wholemeal flour, wheat germ and raisins.