Tuesday, 15 January 2013

Review and Giveaway ~Whittards of Chelsea tea hamper.


I was recently sent some products  to try from Whittards of Chelsea. They specialise in wonderful array of teas, coffees, luxury hot chocolates,confectionery, china and equipment. I received some Earl grey tea, some aromatic breakfast blend coffee and some wonderful  instant hot chocolates. Amongst the vast selection of coffees and teas from all over the world, Whittards of Chelsea also have 18 truly amazing flavours in their hot chocolate selection  such as lime and chilli, creme brulee, cherry rocky road and many other wonderful combinations. I sampled the Strawberry white hot chocolate and Banofee hot chocolate.They both tasted like heavenly desserts in mug.
Together with the products Whittards also sent me some 3 really pretty plates to add to my ever growing crockery collection.Their china ranges from classic blue chintz, to vintage rose or you can have just simply colourful.. I love the entire selection if only I could have them all.

This month simply.food is hosting an event "Lets cook healthy Breakfasts", because Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.


Whittards of Chelsea would also like to encourage you to kick start your day by eating healthy breakfast so they have kindly agreed to provide a tea hamper as a prize to one simply.food reader.

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The prize:
  • 1 packet earl grey tea
  • 1 packet English breakfast tea
  • Strawberry and clotted cream biscuits
  • Strawberry Jam
  • Tea infuser
  • Two mugs
I would like to thank Whittards of Chelsea for sending me the samples and also for the giveaway prize.
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251 comments:

  1. Rolled oats made with water and a little honey and cinnamon added

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  2. I have a slice of wholemeal toast each morning with a thin spread of butter (I don't like any of the low fat spreads or marge). I either have a soft boiled egg with it or a low fat greek yoghurt with honey. Oh and a cup of coffee! I think it is quite healthy!

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  3. strawberry jam and wholemeal toast

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  4. We love starting the day with a fresh berry smoothie and a bowl of shredded wheat xx

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  5. Natural yoghurt with berries and banana or porridge with berries

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  6. Yogurt and honet with toasted almonds

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  7. scrambled egg with wholemeal bread

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  8. It's got to be porridge for me it keeps you fuller so you don't end up snacking mid morning :)

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  9. Porridge made with skimmed milk, fresh strawberry's, sultanas and a teaspoon of honey for a little sweetness. Yummy

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  10. porridge made with hot water with berries.

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  11. Hovis Wheargerm bread toasted spread with a little peanut butter.

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  12. smoothie with strawberries. bannana and yogurt

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  13. Porridge made with water and served with a lovely portion of berries on top.

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  14. I like bran flakes with a few frozen berries

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  15. Greek yoghurt with grapefruit & a dab of honey

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  16. I am not very good at healthy ;)

    Maybe some fruit mixed with low-fat yoghurt.

    ~Charlotte Ingham

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  17. porridge & a nice cup of tea :) simple & healthy

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  18. I love Belvita biscuits and a smoothie

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  19. Scrambled eggs on wholemeal toast.

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  20. strawberry jam and a crumpet

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  21. I like a bowl of all bran with hot milk and a cup of coffee - I don't think it's too bad healthwise!

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  22. A Glass of milk to drink. berry museli covered with low fat youghart with cinnamon, banana, and for sweetness a drizzle of runny honey

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  23. porridge with fresh fruit mixed in

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  24. Scrambled egg and smoked salmon

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  25. A slice of brown toast, with scrambled egg,and a nice cup of tea, no sugars.

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  26. Porridge with blueberries :)

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  27. I love porridge with fresh berries stirred in.

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  28. Porridge, wholemeal toast and nice cup of tea

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  29. Weetabix with yoghurt for me and a glass of orange juice. Or frosties and mug of tea!!

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  30. A little peanut butter on wholemeal toast.

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  31. scrambled eggs on wholemeal toast with a glass of orange juice :-)

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  32. Recently discovered that grapefruit can react with a whole host of medications, with dangerous consequences (including ones I take) so that's out. I like oats anyway , so a good bowl of porridge and honey will do me fine.(Mark Whittaker)

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  33. Strawberry jam on wholemeal toast

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  34. I love the hairy dieters breakfast - dry fried bacon, poached eggs, cherry tomatoes on a bed of baby watercress and drizzled with balsamic vinegar

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  35. I don't always feel like eating much in the morning, but at manage some fruit, a banana and some orange juice, healthier than chocolate!

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  36. Porridge made with rolled oats, skimmed milk, mixed fruit (e.g. blueberries, strawberries) and a trickle of honey.

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  37. I am on a healthy breakfast kick and this morning I had a mango,raspberries and banana smoothie,mixed with pouring yogurt. Really good for boosting energy.

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  38. I love porridge in the mornings with juice

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  39. Banana and orange juice smoothie :)

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  40. Wholemeal toast with banana and honey, and a cup of tea and glass of orange juice

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  41. Porridge and banana, topped with honey. Yum!

    Laura Harris

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  42. Mozzarella cheese, tomatoes and a wholemeal toast.

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  43. A homemade smoothie and some wholemeal toast

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  44. CAN'T GO WRONG WITH GOOD OL' FASHIONED PORRDIGE!

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  45. raw oats soaked overnight in yogurt, a few slices of apple and a nice cup of tea :-)

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  46. crunchy granola with some fresh berries, greek yogurt and honey

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  47. ccruchy granola with berries,greek yogurt and honey

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  48. Porridge with sliced strawberries and a cup of fresh orange juice

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  49. Fruit flavour yoghurt with granola or a yoghurt and a piece of fruit with a glass of orange juice or cranberry juice.

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  50. Wholemeal toast with honey and chopped banana on top - very filling and gives you energy aplenty!

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  51. Wholemeal toast with honey and chopped banana on top - very filling and gives you energy aplenty!

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  52. I have weetabix with a glass of fruit juice for a healthy breakfast!

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  53. Skinny pepper, tomato & ham omelette

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  54. porridge - very healthy and filling breakfast. if you find it a bit boring add some fruit or a tiny bit of jam :)

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  55. For me it has to be porridge with a little honey

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  56. Wholegrain cereal with semi-skimmed milk and also a couple of slices of toast and low fat spread. Also a nice cup of tea or two to start the day!

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  57. a fruit and vegetable smoothie and wholemeal toast

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  58. A bowl of fresh fruit with yogurt and wholemeal toast

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  59. Porridge with a dash of honey (made with milk not cream!)

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  60. oats mixed with greek yoghurt and grated apple with cup of green tea

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  61. Some weetabix with strawberries and blueberries.

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  62. Almond butter and banana on wholegrain toast. Yum!

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  63. Blueberry smoothie made with skimmed milk, Greek yogurt and honey

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  64. Porridge with a teaspoon of honey to make it taste nice

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  65. I know this may sound a bit weird but as a porridge alternative I have brown rice and sliced banana ... I mix the banana into the rice and then put it in the microwave on high for a minute or so. It goes all mushy, like a healthy rice pudding, with fruit. I make the rice the night before and keep it in the fridge, to save time in the morning :-)

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  66. Wholemeal toast and honey - yum

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  67. Egg white omelette with pineapple

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  68. Homemade granola with fat free yoghurt

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  69. Homemade granola with low fat yoghurt.

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  70. a fruit salad

    anna m
    @ummziyad

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  71. make your own healthy yoghurt by mixing chopped up fruit of your choice into low fat natural yoghurt or fromage frais. You can also add honey, or cinnamon is nice with apples and pears.

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  72. Fruit and yogurt, for sure!

    PS It was so lovely to meet you yesterday - your blog is so charming!

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  73. Blueberries, strawberries and raspberries with natural yogurt

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  74. My favourite breakfast is porridge with sliced banana, strawberries and blueberries. Fills me up and sets me up for the day.

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  75. Fresh frut salad with natural yoghurt - my fave breakfast :)

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  76. Natural yogurt & fruit, with a spoonful of muesli

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  77. I like porridge made with skimmed milk with a handful of dried cranberries x

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  78. I like to have a fruit smoothie with plain yoghurt :)
    Xx

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  79. I quite like porridge with honey and sliced, fresh bananas on top

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  80. Low fat yoghurt and scrambled or poached eggs on wholemeal toast.

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  81. Weetabix and Strawberries.. yum yum

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  82. Would love a cup of tea and cookies this morning.

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  83. It's always porridge with some dried fruit and nuts for me :)

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  84. muesli and add your own favourite mixed nuts and dried fruit served with skimmed milk

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  85. slice of toast and a piece of fruit :)

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  86. sliced banana, topped with low fat greek yoghurt and a small squirt of honey on top - tastes much more bad for you than it actually is!

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  87. i like scrambled eggs with mushrooms on wholemeal toast

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  88. fresh fruit salad with yogurt

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  89. Natural yoghurt, sliced banana's and strawberry with a sprinkle of muesli

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  90. At the moment I'm eating porridge with nuts, raisins and cranberries for a healthy breakfast

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  91. Natural yoghurt with fruity granola

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  92. Yoghurt, Fresh Fruit and Wheatgerm in summer, porridge in Winter - occasionally replaced by a coffee and breakfast biscuits. But not too often as the caffeine means I bounce off the ceiling!

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  93. Porridge with dried fruits & seed, depending on what you like I often use prunes, apricots that are dried with Lind seeds

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  94. A healthy breakfast muffin packed with seeds and fruit x

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  95. Toasted english muffin with low sugar / low salt baked beans.

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  96. a couple of crumpets (naturally low in fat) with a quick scraping of butter and a black coffee - sets me off with a smile in the morning!

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  97. Love Whittards, what a lovely prize x Tressa lapham-Green/ Tregurthabird

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  98. Greek yoghurt with sliced banana

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  99. Good old porridge! Slow release energy, warming and filling and good for your cholesterol! I like to throw in some chopped nuts with mine too.

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  100. Im on high protein diet so for me its protein shake, boiled eggs and peanut butter on wholemeal toast :)

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  101. i love some porridge with dried fruit

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  102. I love adding all my own fruit to a plain yoghurt x

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  103. I love fruit salad (whatever is in the fruit bowl - tomorrow is mango, banana and clementine) with a dollop of low fat plain yoghurt with a little honey mixed through.

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  104. natural yogurt with freshberries sprinkled with nuts or seeds

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  105. Banana with plain yoghurt and honey

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  106. Wholegrain toast with peanut butter and banana.

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  107. Wholegrain bread with peanut butter and banana.

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  108. Homemade porridge with berries, wholemeal toast and jam

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  109. Porridge with berries and wholemeal toast

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  110. My go-to healthy breakfast is oatbran porridge made with rice milk, a swirl of manuka honey, flax seeds and mixed berries

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  111. A high fibre cereal such as Bran Flakes.

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  112. Porridge made with water, three minutes in the microwave with half a dessertspoon of demerara sugar and a dash of milk.

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  113. Bowl of porridge every morning, believe thats very healthy.

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  114. Porridge. With grated apple and cinnamon!

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  115. normal porride or oats with a spoonful of honey or jam

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  116. Peanut butter and banana on wholemeal toast :)

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  117. Yoghurt mixed in with crushed up crunchy Granola bars - a delicious treat, and utterly healthy with it: result! :)

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  118. Adding fruits to cereal give it an instant healthy kick :)
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  119. Brown toast with poached egg

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  120. wholemeal toast and a poached egg, yummy

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  121. My favourite healthy breakfast would be, scrambled egg, homemade oat muffin with cream cheese and a cuppa tea with skimmed milk :-)

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  122. A grapefruit with some blueberries and yogurt

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  123. Grass fed bacon and organic eggs. Keeps me full until well after lunch

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  124. cheese and onion breakfast muffins (ok use low fat cheese). Grated cheese, chopped onion and then beaten egg poured on top and bake. yummy and healthy :)

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  125. Branflakes with a sprinkling of sugar puffs

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  126. 2 Weetabix mixed with Muller Light yogurt and topped with chopped banana

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  127. Apple and cinnamon porridge followed by a cup of tea!

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  128. greek yoghurt, honey and fresh fruit

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  129. Low fat yoghurt with blueberries and a bit of honey.

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  130. brown toast, honey and cinnamon

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  131. Porridge with honey and sliced banana on top - delicious and keeps you going all morning.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler (in case google account playing up as it often does).

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  132. Porridge with sliced banana and honey

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  133. I have porridge with fresh fruit and a cup of coffee

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  134. porridge with blueberries and a glass of juice

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  135. For starters, drink a nice big glass of hot water with a slice of lemon in it.

    After that, 20g of porridge oats made up with water. When cooked, add in a half tablespoon of no added sugar organic peanut butter - low carb (~ 11g per serving) and with plenty of energy to see you through until lunch time! (Quick too!) :D

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  136. Porridge with blueberries and raspberries

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  137. Porridge with fruit instead of sugar. I always keep frozen fruit in the freezer just in case I run out of fresh to add to my breakfast.

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  138. Fruit, yoghurt and tea. Maybe a slice of toast as well if it's the weekend.

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  139. I love porridge with a little bit of salt!

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  140. I like scrambled eggs for breakfast on wholemeal toast.

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  141. Probably a little strange but chilled egg noodles with lightly grilled vegetables or scrambled eggs without toast. Let's be adventurous!

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  142. Porridge, I love porridge on a cold morning x

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  143. Porridge with blueberries and raspberries

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  144. weatabit and sliced banana or fruit and yogurt

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  145. Porridge a tea spoon of honey and a sliced banana or mixed berries and either a cup of tea or coffee. Occasionally I will have grilled bacon (all fat removed) poached egg grilled tomatoes and mushrooms or beans with a slice of wholemeal toast.

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  146. I have oat cakes with marmite and a soft boiled egg

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  147. Oat Bran porridge is always good, if you mix in a Splenda sweetner or some fresh fruit it's even better!

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  148. For a quick nutritious breakfast:

    Toss a banana, choice of fruit/berries, 1/2 cup of plain or flavoured yoghurt and 3 ice cubes into a blender. Add in flax/bran flakes or any other nutritious extras you may have.

    Blend and drink for a quick meal.

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  149. I ike a fruit smoothie & bagel for breakfast.

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