EASY SWAPS FOR BREAKFAST

Swap sugary cereals for Weet-Bix or Vita Brits and sweeten with fresh fruit.

Swap flavoured yoghurts for greek yoghurt and fresh fruit.

Cook up a frittata or some mini frittatas for breakfast to grab and go.

Have some hard boiled eggs on hand in the fridge - mash with mayonnaise and spread on toast. 

Swap jam and nutella for cream cheese, vegemite, nut butters, avocado or mashed banana.

Fry leftover veggies and serve with a fried or scrambled egg.

Try vegemite with cream cheese or vegemite with avocado on toast.

Cooked breakfasts don’t need to take long - scrambled eggs can be made in the time it takes your bread to toast and will keep you feeling full.

 

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