These potato cakes are not sweet cakes, they are however an excellent way to use up leftover mashed potatoes! Serve hot with a little butter with fried eggs, baked beans, or even with a nice steak!
Looking for new breakfast or brunch ideas? Try this cheesy scrambled egg with a little pesto stirred in. I like it on granary toast.
An omelette is the ultimate impromptu meal, prepared quickly and easily from a few simple ingredients. This delicious version is filled with garlicky mushrooms. Serve as a lunch or supper with a green salad and warm, crusty bread.
Known in Italy as a frittata, or in Spain as a tortilla, a flat omelette can be served hot or at room temperature, at any meal. Take a tip from Spanish tapas bars and serve it, cut into bite-size pieces, instead of salty or high-fat snacks with drinks.
The robust flavour of these waffles, made with wholemeal and buckwheat flours and linseed, is complemented by a sweet, tangy fruit sauce. The yield here is based on using a waffle iron or maker with two 10cm (4in) squares.
Crowdie is a Scottish fresh cheese, traditionally made by crofters. The name comes from the Lowland Scots word ‘cruds’, meaning curds.
One of the many recipes to be adopted by English households during the years of the Raj, curried eggs was a Victorian favourite.
A vegetarian version of a Scottish speciality, using kidney beans for fibre and a reduced fat content.
A few fresh green grapes combined with flaked almonds transform plain waffles into a special breakfast or brunch.
This polenta pancake has its roots in Native American cuisine, and has been called loads of names over the years - hoecakes, Shawnee cakes and ashcakes, just to name a few. Serve hot with honey and butter for a unique breakfast treat.
A delicious dish inspired by eggs Benedict with mozzarella, tomatoes and pesto.
This is a healthy snack which can be enjoyed by all age groups at both morning or evening. It is delicious by itself, or with spicy tangy ketchup
Sick of your ordinary fry up? Try this deliciously different recipe for a brunch-time treat.
A toast to your good health! This smoothie is packed with all the good stuff - banana, kale, linseed, coconut oil, milk and orange juice. It's the perfect drink to enjoy for breakfast or lunch.
These are probably our tastiest citrus muffins to date. We finished testing and tweaking the recipe this morning, so it's hot off the press too! They make a brilliant everyday treat with your morning cuppa, but why not smother them in Orange Blossom Icing (check our other recipes) and give them away as a yummy gift?
We're very big on breakfasts in the Things at Home office. This weekend, we knocked up these quick, tasty (if a bit naughty) breakfast muffins and we just had to share the recipe! They're brilliant if you have to rustle up a last minute morning treat for house guests. If you prefer an even sweeter breakfast hit, check out our Five Minute Chocolate Breakfast Muffins instead!
Packed with protein, fibre and flavour, fasolia is a traditional bean dish served in many Arab countries. It can also be eaten as lunch or dinner in case you don't have any meat on hand, as the beans are full of protein and fibre! Very delicious! Serve and eat the traditional way, by grabbing it with pitta bread.
Cubed potatoes are fried to golden brown and seasoned with garlic and paprika. They make the perfect side dish for a fry up instead of hash browns, or a great alternative to chips.
A good use for leftover rice. Can be served hot or cold.
Fluffy pancakes that melt in your mouth. Separating the eggs and folding the whipped whites into the batter makes these special.