Breakfast

Vanilla and Boysenberry Protein Shake

Protein shakes are incredibly useful for reaching your daily protein requirements particularly in the earlier stages after surgery where portion sizes are small and getting enough nutrition on board is a real challenge.

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Caramelised Onion Omelette

For delicious breakfasts all week, take the time to make a bowl of caramelised onions once so that you have tasty omelette ingredients for the rest of your morning starts.

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Kiwi Chia Pudding

It’s feijoa season here in New Zealand and new season golden kiwifruit are also hitting our stores.

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Turkish Breakfast

This combination has many components similar a classic Turkish breakfast. It’s a great a great way to start the day, or could serve as a nutritious and easy option for lunch.

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Ricotta, Raspberry and Lime Cruskits

Looking for breakfast inspiration? Have you ever tried ricotta before? Compared to other cheeses, ricotta is relatively low in salt and fat and can be a good option as a spread for Cruskits.

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Peanut Butter Smoothie

Protein shakes aren’t everyone’s favourite after surgery so in this recipe I’ve used less powder and more milk to make sure the protein content is still sufficient.

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Cranberry Apricot Muesli

This muesli is great used as a crunchy topping on plain yoghurt, sprinkled on top of a smoothie bowl, or simply as a breakfast cereal with milk and yoghurt for extra protein.

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Chia Jam

This chia jam is great dolloped on top of some plain yoghurt, mixed into porridge instead of sugar or honey, or added to Weetbix with plenty of milk.

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