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exam-ready breakfasts

melaniethorleymelaniethorley Volunteer community adviser Posts: 104 Pioneering

As quite a few of you have exams in January, I  thought this article would be timely. Studies have shown how important a good breakfast is for exams but you need to be careful to eat the right type of breakfast.

The two main things to remember is to eat high protein foods such as yogurt, milk and eggs and slow-release carbohydrates, such as whole grain bread or porridge. But avoid too much sugar and caffeine.

There are 12 recipes via the link – including vegetarian options.  The recipes have been provided by a variety of chefs, including The Hairy Bikers and Brian Turner. All of the recipes list preparation time, cooking time and ingredients. Recipes include:

Veggie breakfast fry up

Boiled egg with rye bread soldiers

Crunchy banana yoghurt

Overnight oats and nuts

Scrambled egg and smoked salmon on toast

Blackberry and apple crumble smoothie

Overnight oats with cinnamon apple and date butter

Banana cocoa crunch overnight oats

Smoked salmon omelette

Easy omelette

Toasted crumpets with berries, yoghurt and honey

Eggs Benedict

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/collections/breakfasts_for_exam_day


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