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Healthy and exciting breakfast ideas using your Rangemaster
Posted by Alexandra Dibble Tuesday, 17th January 2017
Christmas has been and gone and everyone is thinking about shedding those few extra pounds that were gained over the Christmas period, but who wants to eat rabbit food for the next 3 days and then give up. It’s important to remain positive and still enjoy your food, even when you are trying to shed those few extra pounds, one of the best ways to do this is to ensure that you are eating three healthy, exciting and different meals a day. So many people skip breakfast whether it is due to time restrictions, being disorganised or the classic excuse, “I don’t usually feel hunger in the morning”. It really important to eat a balanced breakfast to give your body energy and help start your day in a bright and positive way. Hopefully the super quick, healthy and delicious recipes that we have created here at Rangemaster, will make you excited about cooking and eating breakfast and give you lots of energy to battle through the cold winter months.0 Comments
Banana and Peanut Butter Muffins
Posted by Supper Club Monday, 25th January 2016
From a young age you may have been told that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It gives you all of the essential nutrients and energy that you need to get you through the day, getting your metabolism working and ensuring that you can stay focussed on your lessons or your day at work.0 Comments
A Healthy Breakfast
Posted by Alexandra Dibble Monday, 25th January 2016
Here we are the middle of January, still being bombarded with diets, exercise DVD’s, dry January and how much carbs, sugar, fat, and caffeine we should be all be consuming! The list is endless!
I think we all know what we should and should not be eating – it basically comes down to eating less and moving more. But this does not mean that you cannot eat some of your favourite food, just eat it less often and cook it as healthily as possible!0 Comments
Shake Up Your Wake Up for Breakfast Week
Posted by Gill Bland Monday, 26th January 2015
The 25th-31st January is officially Breakfast Week. It’s also probably about the time when all those healthy eating intentions that you had at the start of January are starting to slip. Breakfast is my favourite meal of the day and I particularly love a leisurely brunch with a good coffee and some friends (or the crossword). I recently had something similar to this at my favourite brunch spot in London and it occurred to me that while many brunch recipes are rather sugar or fat laden, this one is really quite healthy. So, I though Id see if I could re-create it. I reckon it’s got 2 or 3 of your 5 a day, the eggs provide good protein to keep you going and the yoghurt adds a tart creaminess whilst providing all the benefits that live yoghurt gives.0 Comments
Posted by Gill Bland Tuesday, 16th December 2014
What do you normally have for breakfast on Christmas day? It’s a tough one – do you go light to leave space for extra stuffing (literally and figuratively) later on? Do you go decadent and rich? Do you wish you could go decadent and rich but really grab half a slice of lukewarm toast as the kids drag you to “see what Father Christmas brought?
After carefully considering the festive break-fast I thought that what would be most useful was a customisable option. Something that can be made easily and eaten either slowly in conjunction with a bucks fizz, or in a flurry of shredded wrapping paper with a mug of tea.0 Comments
All Natural, All Family, Fat Free Breakfast Muffins
Posted by Gill Bland Monday, 6th January 2014
Must not eat as many snacks.
Must not spend as much money on “breakfast on the run”.
Must eat more whole food.
Must use up leftovers more efficiently.
Must make more home-made food.
Must make more food suitable for all the family.
Now, where’s the time and self-control fairy?