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  • Nuts
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  • Sweet toppings
  • Fruits
  • Spices
  • Seeds
  • Fibers
Nuts
Almonds
Chopped or sliced almonds not only give a great flavour, they also add a crunchy twist to your breakfast. For an additional treat, roast the almonds first to bring out their full flavour - delicious.
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Macadamia nuts
Macadamia nuts are small buttery flavoured nuts, high in fibre and a source of magnesium. Their delicate flavour and crunchy texture makes them a delight to consume.
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Pecans
Sweet and rich, the pecan is the princess of all nuts! Its distinct flavour and texture is the result of its high levels of mono-unsaturated oil. Since they will absorb odours and flavours, shelled pecans should always be kept in a sealed container.
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Hazelnuts
Even Bob Dylan wrote about Hazel! And what’s not to like about these delicious healthy nuts. They’re a source of calcium, magnesium and iron, and high in vitamin E, which contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress.
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Cashews
Cashews are a fantastic source of magnesium and iron. If you're sticking to a low fat diet, choose dry-roasted cashews - they have a lower fat content than any other nut variety but still provide all the goodness.
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Walnuts
A nut to remember! It can be no coincidence that walnuts look eerily like a brain. It is believed walnuts are a great source of iron, which contributes to cognitive function.
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Pistachios
It’s easy (and tasty) being green! Choose pistachio nuts that are deep green and split open at one end to ensure great flavour and colour is added to your breakfast.
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Berries
Cranberries
Team cranberries with a creamy companion and your breakfast can really go off with a bang! Cranberries are a source of vitamin C and lower in calories than many other berries.
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Goldenberries
The goldenberry has many names - physalis, Cape gooseberry, Inca berry to name a few! They are tasty orange-toned berries with an exotic taste and lots of nutritious benefits!
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Blueberries
They taste delicious and are pretty to look at. Need we say more? Toss some fresh blueberries in your breakfast bowl to brighten up your day!
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Goji berries
This popular yet humble berry is a healthy hero! Goji berries are a great source of vitamin C and available dried in most supermarkets, there’s no excuse not to try them! Go go goji this morning!
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Black mulberries
Not just a brand of handbags, these black beauties are also a delicious member of the berry family. Their strong sweet taste is guaranteed to add a luxurious touch to your breakfast!.
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Strawberries
A British favourite, strawberries, once a summer fruit, are now enjoyed all year round. Juicy and full of flavour, if you have time, pick your own for an unbeatable fresh taste that will fill your morning with happiness!
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Aronia berries
The Aronia berry is quickly overtaking the popular açai berry to claim the spotlight as a world class super berry. Its distinctive flavour creates a 'puckering' of the mouth, much like a dry red wine.
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Sweet toppings
Honey
Nothing else quite tastes like pure honey. Soft, smooth, runny and fragrant - oh honey, you are so sweet!
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Dark chocolate flakes
Dark chocolate has a pronounced, rich chocolate taste. Generally it can be said that the more bitter the chocolate tastes, the more polyphenols it contains.
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Coconut Powder
Discover the delight of coconut! This tropical treat comes from a tree commonly known as 'the tree of life' and provides lots of tasty health benefits.
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White chocolate flakes
Did you know that white chocolate is not chocolate in the strict sense as it does not contain cocoa solids! It’s main ingredient is cocoa butter, a pale yellow vegetable fat that comes from a cocoa bean but isn’t chocolate. Search for the best quality and look for a dense ivory look. Sweet!
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Raspberry coulis
The perfect recipe for a super sweet morning? Combine raspberries and a sprinkling of sugar in a small saucepan and cook over a low heat for 3-4 minutes until the berries are soft to create a simple yet indulgent raspberry coulis.
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Milk Chocolate drops
For those who prefer a soft and creamy chocolate flavour, add milk chocolate drops to your breakfast and start the day sweetly.
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Maple syrup
Although maple trees grow in Europe, Europeans were unaware of the potential of this natural sweetener until Native American’s, who had been using maple sap as a primary sugar source, shared their secrets. Drizzle some maple syrup for an all-American breakfast!
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Fruits
Pineapple
Add some sunshine to your morning with a topping of pineapple. This tropical fruit is sweet with an acidic tang that lends itself perfectly to a creamy partner.
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Bananas
A happy fruit for an over-the-top happy breakfast: bananas offer an instant power punch - ready, set, go bananas!
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Kiwis
Soft, sweet and full of goodness, kiwis have a unique fruity flavour that can be enjoyed all year round. Rich in vitamin C, they provide an exotic boost every morning!
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Raisins
These delicious dried grapes should not be misjudged - what they lack in size they certainly make up for in nutritional value! A great source of fibre, raisins are a top topping choice
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Apple
"An apple a day keeps the doctor away" - this well known saying dates back to 19th century Wales and highlights the nutritional qualities of this popular fruit. Today the forbidden fruit of Eden is a must-have in any breakfast bowl!
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Cherries
Sweet or sour, cherries are much loved for their succulent texture, flavour and good looks. They are a real summer hit and quite literally the cherry at the top of the breakfast table.
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Mangoes
This tropical fruit adds a soft sweet sensation to any breakfast. As well as being tasty and full of vitamins, the leaves of a mango tree are also used in wedding ceremonies to ensure fertility!
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Spices
Cinnamon
Cinnamon is a fragrant spice found in the inner bark of a tropical tree. Used in both savoury and sweet dishes, it creates a warm and distinctive flavour and aroma that is sure to become a firm favourite.
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Crystalised ginger
We all know ginger, but there are actually many types. If you ever notice a blue ring around the centre of your fresh ginger, you're in luck - this is the Hawaiian 'blue ring' variety, known to be superior for its juiciness and bright flavour.
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Mint
Mint is recognised worldwide for its tingly taste and can often be easily picked out in dishes due to the cool, fresh sensation it creates - great to freshen up your brekkie.
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Cardamom
A spice made from the seeds of various plants in the ginger family, Cardamom has an intoxicating aroma with notes of fresh lemon and mint. It tops off a truly sensational start to the day!
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Nutmeg
A popular partner to desserts, nutmeg is also a delicious addition at breakfast. Derived from the nutmeg fruit, it has a stronger aroma and sweeter taste to it’s sister spice, mace.
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Turmeric
Known as the 'holy spice' turmeric was first used in India as a dye and then later for its medicinal properties. As an ingredient it works great in combination with honey, lemon and goji berries.
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Clove powder
Cloves are the aromatic flower buds of a native Indonesian tree. Typically enjoyed ground, they provide a strong, sweet yet peppery flavour.
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Seeds
Chia seeds
Chia has become one of the hottest health food trends - high in omega-3, fatty acids, fibre, calcium, iron and magnesium, there is no doubt this superfood would be a nutritious addition to any breakfast!
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Sunflower seeds
The sunflower seed is the fruit of the sunflower. High in vitamin E, which contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress, it’s a sunny must-have at the breakfast table as garnish in various combinations.
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Pumpkin seeds
Pump up your breakfast with pumpkin seeds! This tiny superfood is a valuable source of zinc and can be enjoyed raw or roasted for additional flavour!
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Flaxseeds
It may be tiny, but it’s mighty: the flax seed carries one of the biggest nutrient payloads on the planet. While it is not technically a grain, it has a similar vitamin and mineral profile and increased amounts of fibre and omega-3 fatty acids that leave other grains in the dust.
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Poppy seeds
Tiny, edible blue-grey, or ivory coloured, poppy seeds are considered highly nutritious. Used mainly when baking, they are also a great addition to your morning meal!
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Fennel seeds
Dried fennel seeds are an aniseed flavoured spice that creates a wonderfully warm, sweet aroma.
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Sesame seeds
Sesame seeds have a nutty, slightly sweet flavour and aroma that is enhanced by toasting. To bring out their full flavour, spread the seeds on greaseproof paper and toast in your oven for 15-20 minutes. Open sesame and bon appétit!
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Fibers
Wheat flakes
Shredded wheat is a breakfast cereal made from whole wheat. You can also find "filled" versions of the bite size cereal containing a surprise raisin, apricot, blueberry or cranberry in the centre!
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Corn flakes
Now a firm favourite at every breakfast table, it may come as a surprise that corn flakes were discovered accidentally in the 19th century, thanks to a team looking to develop new vegetarian foods. Add to give a crispy crunch.
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Rye flakes
Rye flakes are not only known for their rich, hearty taste but also for their health benefits. It provides a tasty start to the day, particularly when combined with fresh fruit or a sweet jam
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Oat flakes
Oat flakes are oats that have been treated in order to cook quickly. They are extremely versatile, high in fibre and are a very healthy addition to your daily diet
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Muesli
Muesli is a popular breakfast meal based on uncooked rolled oats and other products such as fresh or dried fruits and nuts. It was developed around 1900 by Swiss physician Maximilian Bircher-Benner for patients in his hospital. It is available in a packaged dry form, ready made, or it can be made fresh. Oh, and did you know that in Switzerland and Germany, it is also eaten as a light evening dish?
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Rice flakes
This easily digestible form of raw rice is already popular across Nepal, India and Bangladesh. The flakes swell when added to any liquid, as they absorb the moisture and most importantly the flavour of your dish!
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Barley flakes
Barley is one of the oldest known cereal grains. It is a hearty whole grain with a sweet nut-like flavour. Barley flakes make a fantastic alternative to rolled oats in many recipes, such as homemade granola, cookies and bread.
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