As mums we lead busy lives and need all the energy we can get. Whether you’re new to motherhood or a mum of four, you’ll know that mornings are always hectic, making sure the kids are up, happy, fed and dropped off to school, which leaves us with very little time. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and so many of us busy mums miss it out completely, hunting for the kid’s school shoes, which isn’t healthy at all. Ditch those cereals that are high in sugar and try out these delicious and healthy recipes that will give you a steady release of energy throughout the day.

Poached eggs on avocado & feta toast
Avocado on toast is taking Instagram by storm with foodies ordering up the popular combo at cafés and posting their pictures on the social media platform. Celebs including Jennifer Aniston and Joe Wicks graze on the snack too, adapting it to suit their own tastes like Joe Wicks’ Cloud Eggs & Smashed Avocado on Toast recipe. For an insta-worthy breakfast, why not try Jamie Cullum’s moreish breakfast recipe that combines creamy avocado, salty feta, sourdough and a hint of chilli, topped off with a runny poached egg.

Jamie Cullum / BBC Good Food


Overnight Oats
This recipe by Sophie Godwin can be made the night before, making for an easy hassle-free breakfast the following morning. For commuting mums, simply pop the oats into a thermal flask and enjoy them on the way to work to save you even more time in the morning. Whether you prefer nuts, seeds and chocolate or tropical fruit, the marvel of this recipe is that it can easily be adapted to suit your own personal preference. Oats are an ingredient that we all have hidden away in the back of our kitchen cupboards so why not dust them off and try out this recipe?

Sophie Godwin / BBC Good Food

Breakfast berry thickshake
This berry good smoothie is an amazing way to fuel your body, giving you some nutrition on-the-go. This breakfast berry thickshake is a great recipe to get the kids involved with, as it tastes so much like milkshake and gets the kids active in the kitchen, chopping up fruit and popping them into the blender. The frozen raspberries, banana and spinach that make up this smoothie all contribute to your 5-a-day, giving you a delicious and healthy start to the morning. 



Pear, ricotta and honey toast topper
This delicious recipe courtesy of Tesco Real Food is quick, easy and so worth getting out of bed for. Simply toast the bread, then smooth over the ricotta and layer on the slices of pear. Scatter a few of your favourite berries over the pear and drizzle with honey for an extra fruity twist. Not a fan of pear? Why not try peanut butter and banana, or smoked salmon and egg?

Tesco Real Food

Breakfast berry brioche
Here is another quick and easy breakfast to help kick-start your day. Loaded with raspberries, blueberries and strawberries folded through plain yoghurt and dolloped onto a toasted brioche slice, you can’t go far wrong with this colourful and scrumptious breakfast. Make this recipe (courtesy of Waitrose) your own by simply combining your favourite fruits and yoghurt.


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