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Protein Bakewell Porridge

Protein Bakewell Porridge

[EXCLUSIVE FITTER 365 RECIPE] Move over Bircher Muesli there’s a new favourite breakfast in town!

Our Protein Bakewell Porridge not only tastes warming and delicious but it’s also the perfect nutritional start to the day and will keep hunger at bay ’til lunchtime.

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Chocolate Chestnut Cake

Chocolate Chestnut Fudge Cake

Using a chestnut puree in this mix makes for a fantastic fudgey, chocolatey cake that simply melts in your mouth. Friends will think you’ve spent hours slaving away in the kitchen, when in fact this little beauty takes just 15 minutes to prepare!

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Banana Chia Porridge

This banana chia porridge is a great option if you’re looking for an egg or oat free breakfast. Chia seeds are a cracking source of Omega 3, protein and fibre. To help maximise the benefits of the seeds, soak them over night in milk to create a chia tapioca mixture, which will keep in the fridge for up to 5 days.

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Butternut and Black Bean Casserole

This butternut and black bean casserole is full of fibre, phytonutrients and of course, taste! It’s versatile enough to be served as a lunch or dinner on its own or as a side dish. Prepare the night before and reheat the next day to make life a little easier.

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BOSH Beans, Scrambled Eggs & Spinach

We’ve created a healthier homemade version of the classic recipe using butter beans and cannellini beans. It’s legendary.
They only take 15 minutes to cook and are ideal for batch cooking and freezing. We love them with scrambled eggs and spinach for breakfast but of course the humble baked bean works as an accompaniment for many dishes.

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Cooked Apples and Quinoa

What this recipe lacks in beauty, it makes up for in flavour! Quinoa might not be an obvious choice for breakfast but it’s full of protein and fibre, and when paired with apples, honey and cinnamon it’s deliciously sweet, making it a great alternative to cereal.

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Banana & Blueberry Calzone

This banana and blueberry calzone is ideal if you’re looking for a nutritious sweet breakfast option. It’s full of protein and fibre to help set you up for the day and keep you feeling fuller for longer, plus it’s totally delicious. Get cracking!

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