‘What’s for breakfast?’ - game for the kids!
Eating a healthy breakfast kick-starts our metabolism, helps us concentrate better at school or at work because we’re not distracted by hunger, and generally gets our day off to a good start. Explore the plates below to get tasty ideas and tips for a healthy breakfast.
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Porridge and fruit juice
- Porridge oats are cheap and contain lots of vitamins, minerals and fibre. Make porridge with semi-skimmed, 1% or skimmed milk, or water. If you usually add salt or sugar, try adding a few dried apricots or a sliced banana for extra flavour instead.
- Wash down breakfast with a glass of 100% fruit juice as this will count as a fruit and veg portion. A glass (150ml) of fruit juice counts as a maximum of one portion of your 5 A DAY.
For more healthy breakfast ideas, have a look at the recipe finder
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