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  • Power Fruit Breakfast Crumble Not rated yet
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    No need to thaw the fruit for this delectable breakfast crumble. Knock it together as soon as you get up and shower and dress while it bakes for a delicious hot breakfast even the kids will appreciate.

    Power Fruit Breakfast Crumble
  • Apple Puff Pancake Not rated yet
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    Cooking one thick pancake in the oven is less fussy than frying individual pancakes in batches on the stove-top. Everyone gets hot pancakes and can eat at the same time.

    Apple Puff Pancake
  • Sweet Potato Flapjacks Not rated yet
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    Baby food sweet potatoes and pancake mix make this flapjack a snap. Freeze leftovers in a zippered plastic bag and pop them frozen in the toaster another day for breakfast.

    Sweet Potato Flapjacks
  • Whole Grain Lemon and Raspberry Pancakes Not rated yet
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    With a box of our wholegrain pancake mix on your kitchen shelf, the breakfast possibilities are endless. Try this raspberry-lemon twist.

    Whole Grain Lemon and Raspberry Pancakes
  • Flax Seed Soda Bread Not rated yet
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    Soda bread is a great accompaniment to soups, and unlike yeasted bread, is easily made. Flaxseed adds nuttiness and essential omega-3 fatty acids. Like all soda breads, this is best eaten within 24 hours of baking when eaten fresh, but older bread also makes great toast.

    Flax Seed Soda Bread
  • Easy Flax Granola Not rated yet
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    Make home-made granola on Sunday to enjoy all week. Flax is a wonderful source of omega-3 polyunsaturated fat, beneficial to coronary health and brain development. Substitute your favourite nut if desired, such as pecans or walnuts.

    Easy Flax Granola
  • Crunchy Quinoa and Leek Gratin Not rated yet
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    We used protein-rich quinoa to create the base for this wholesome and nutritious dish that serves a party of 10!

    Crunchy Quinoa and Leek Gratin
  • Green Eggs on the Run Not rated yet
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    Finding it hard to get the kids to eat green vegetables? Try hiding them in plain sight in this breakfast sandwich- they may like green eggs and ham.

    Green Eggs on the Run
  • Mini Raspberry Pain au Chocolat Not rated yet
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    As flaky and rich as anything you can buy at the finest patisserie. Mini pastries give you portion control- if you can stop at just one!

    Mini Raspberry Pain au Chocolat
  • Pain Perdu with Maple Blueberry Sauce Not rated yet
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    So-named because it can be made with stale bread that would otherwise be lost (perdu), this dish is a brunch classic. It’s low fat as is, but you can dress it up by serving with whipped cream and fresh strawberries if you like.

    Pain Perdu with Maple Blueberry Sauce