• Short on time? Try the Bang Anything in in Breakfast Burrito. Utilise fajita leftovers, miscellaneous veg and any greens you’ve got to make this egg-cellent brunch. Lashings of hot sauce highly recommended!

  • Looking for a more leisurely option? Get the coffee on and make a start on our Fancy Homemade Beans on Toast. Fabulously freezable - a big batch of these will have you brunching in style for the foreseeable future.

  • A perfect dish for using up veggies from the fridge!
    This is a go-to brunch dish in our house. Cheap and easy to make, it packs a flavour punch and makes the most of simple ingredients we always have in the house.

  • A simple frozen dessert that can use up any aging bananas!
    This easy recipe requires no churning or fancy equipment. Use up any bananas that have gone mushy. I always chop mine up and bung them in the freezer so I am ready to make a batch of this another day.


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