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Six ways to add more veggies to your meal times

Meeting the recommended serve of five portions of veggies a day can be a cumbersome task.

But did you know you can easily up your portions, simply by eating them at breakfast or brunch?

Adding veggies to omelettes, toast, fritters and smoothies is a fuss free and effective way to consume the recommended amount, according to Australian Dietary Guidelines.

According to this report, eating at least five serves of vegetables a day will promote health and well being.

Mushroom and Tomato Omelette

Who doesn’t love a delicious omelette for breakfast? This mouth-watering recipe is a great Sunday morning brekkie and easy to make.

 

Green Breakfast

Pack in the greens with this tasty power breakfast geared to set you up for the day ahead. Full to the brim with goodness, your body will love this nourishing start to the day.

Avo Green Smoothie

Don’t have time for breakfast in the mornings? Don’t skip the most important meal of the day with this avocado smoothie perfect for busy people on the go. Just whizz up in a blender before you head out the door.

 

 

Mushrooms on Toast 3 Ways

Mushrooms on toast is the perfect protein packed brekkie. Fuel your day with these easy yet delicious three mushroom on toast recipes.

 

Mashed Peas with Poached Eggs

Peas for breakfast might sound a little odd, but you’re sure to love this recipe featuring mashed peas served with poached eggs. Packed with proteins and delicious, this meal will keep you powering throughout the day.

 

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