Brunch Recipes

Welcome to the latest trend in London and across the world!
What is Brunch? Well, it’s simply a combination of breakfast and lunch eaten usually during the late morning to early afternoon, generally served from 11am up to 3pm. Brunch restaurants are popping up all over London, see for yourself on my latest blog post. 

This is a super easy, crispy chorizo, spicy tomato and chickpea baked eggs. You can make this easily in bulk and store in the freezer to save time in the future.

Sweet and sticky balsamic onions, thick butcher sausages in a warm French baguette with rocket and mustard. Enjoy my simple sausage and caramelised onion baguette recipe. Leave a review below!

Breakfast is served! Enjoy my Chocolate & Peanut Butter Overnight Oats recipe and whip this delicious bowl of goodness in no time! Leave a comment.

Berry Good Toast adds beautiful colour and delicious flavour to your breakfast quickly and simply. Fresh summer berries on thick muesli toast.

Try my sweet omelette recipe and whip this treat up in no time at all. The sweet omelette fillings can vary from fresh berries, fruits, and my favourite Nutella and banana! Give it a try today...

This simple and tasty recipe for Salmon Scrambled Eggs is the perfect weekend treat. Ideal for hangovers, celebrations and well... Just pure enjoyment.

Crispy bacon strips, poached free range eggs, toasted hot cross buns with grilled salty blue cheese. Build it, bite it and listen out for the crunch from the bacon and splat from the egg yolk hitting your plate.

Bacon Smashed Avocado Hot Cross Bun! You saw it here first people and it is going to take the Easter Brunch menus by storm. Creamy avocado, salty feta cheese, spicy chilli, crispy bacon and refreshing chopped mint in a sweet and crunchy hot cross bun!

My chocolate and goji berry raw bars are so simple to make! These raw energy bars are ideal for breakfast bars, lunch snacks and evening healthy treats. I take mine when I do sports such as surfing and hiking. Sounds good? Give it a try tonight!

Eggy bread like no other! Using tortilla wraps, you end up creating a sweet omelette like breakfast. It's the same method as all French toast. You will always end up with a sweet eggy bread and a fruit filling of your choice. Click here and try it today!

Mornings don't get much simpler and tastier than my sweet blueberry and salty peanut butter overnight oats. Yoghurt, chia seeds and more!

This super simple, hearty and healthy breakfast can be enjoyed straight out the fridge. Perfect if you are a busy morning person and in need of a slow releasing energy throughout the day.

Make a bowl of raspberry and peanut butter overnight oats that's indulgent yet healthy. It doesn't get any easier and more delicious than creamy peanut butter and tangy raspberries. Made with just 4 ingredients in 5 minutes, this breakfast is a great way to keep you full until lunch for a low cost and offering endless flavours to choose from.

This recipe is the easiest and tastiest carrot cake overnight oats recipe around! A British classic dessert with a healthy twist for breakfast. Sweet grated carrot, soft cream cheese and ground cinnamon zing combine to create that unmistakable flavour. If you like things a little sweeter, you can always add in the optional honey or maple syrup to give your sweet tooth its fix. 

You NEED to try my Peanut Butter, Chocolate and Banana Oatmeal Fritters! You can easily turn your overnight oats into a warm and delicious breakfast oatmeal fritter in less than 10 minutes.