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If I were to open up a restaurant / fresh fruits and croissants for breakfast

from Lauren Caris Cooks

Berry Smoothie Bowls

Smoothie Bowls are a fun way to get some fresh produce into your mornings! Start off with the same base and customise your bowls into one of my 3 recipes! Top them will all sorts of great ingredients and enjoy your colourful smoothie bowl in the morning!

from The Pretty Blog

Baked Tomato, Feta, Garlic & Thyme - a Mouthwatering Win Every Time!

Free Baked Tomato, Feta, Garlic & Thyme Recipe | Photograph by Tasha Seacombe | Recipe and Styling by The Food Fox

from Scrummy Lane

Slow-roasted tomato & ricotta bruschetta

Slow-roasted Tomato and Ricotta Bruschetta.

from BBC Good Food

Gnocchi & tomato bake

Gnocchi bake. Firm favourite. ~300kcal. While the recipe says oven baked, I've made this on the hob when I've been in a hurry and it's just as nice.

from Lauren Caris Cooks

Five Minute Chimmi Churri Sauce

This Five Minute Chimmi Churri Sauce is ready in a flash and is the PERFECT topping for anything! Zingy and fresh, your meals will not be boring with a dollop of this on top!

from Great British Chefs

Quick chickpea and spinach curry

Urvashi shares one of the fastest ways to make a curry. Using canned and frozen veg, the cooking time is a speedy 15 minutes.

from The Pretty Blog

Fresh Caprese Salad with a Twist

Fresh Caprese Salad with a Twist ... Nothing says Summer quite like a fresh and zesty tomato salad!

from BBC Good Food

Sausage & bean casserole

A comforting and hearty one-pot sausage stew with chorizo, smoked paprika and plenty of vegetables

from Stylist Magazine

The greatest gastropubs in London revealed by Michelin

The Full English Breakfast - A traditional full English breakfast includes bacon, poached or fried eggs, fried or grilled tomatoes, fried mushrooms, fried bread or toast with butter, sausages and baked beans, usually served with a mug of tea. As nearly everything is fried in this meal, it is commonly called a "fry-up". It is truly a national icon and was historically a tradition enjoyed by the working, middle and upper classes.