a round dark purple beetroot and red onion tart with feta cheese and rocket leaves sprinkled over top.

Beetroot, Red Onion and Feta Tarte Tatin

This Beetroot, Red Onion and Feta Tarte Tatin is a fresh and easy appetiser or light meal! The sweet, earthy flavours of the beetroot pair so well with the caramelised onion and salty feta cheese! This Tarte Tatin is sure to impress!

Can you believe it’s the first week of Spring already?! It is just starting to warm up here and the gardens are coming alive! It’s a wonderful time! And what better way to enjoy the start of a new season than with a tasty little treat?!

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Basic Pancakes

A basic pancake recipe perfect for your Father’s Day breakfast or brunch! Light and fluffy, these pancakes are super easy and quick to make with basic ingredients! This is your go to guide on how to make the perfect pancakes!

So Father’s Day is just around the corner and we’re all looking for ways to spoil our Dads this year! And what better way to show Dad how much you care than over a big stack of fluffy pancakes that are positively dripping with maple syrup?!

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Creamy French Baked Eggs (Oeufs en Cocotte)

Creamy French baked eggs with leg ham and cheese. Oeufs en Cocotte is a easy and quick breakfast recipe that you can make in under 30 minutes! Creamy eggs baked in ramekins are the perfect brunch or breakfast that will be the highlight of your morning!

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The Breakfast Board – Bringing The Grazing Concept to Meals

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Anyone that knows me knows that I absolutely love nibble platters. From cheese boards to graze boards and even fruit trays, I love being able to pick and munch on a variety of goodies spread out in front of me. They’re so perfect for sharing and there’s usually something that everyone can enjoy on them.

Thinking about this concept, I wondered why meals couldn’t be more like this, too. I mean, it would be so much easier to serve up if everything was just on one board and people could help themselves. And the presentation would be so impressive as well.

So I got my think cap on and designed a board to enjoy for a family breakfast (or brunch!) and the perfect thing about this idea is that it’s completely customisable to suit your taste preferences!

For example, if I had some mushrooms in the fridge that needed using, then they could easily be added, and if you don’t like tomatoes, simply leave them off! It’s up to you and what you have on hand!

On my board, I used all the breakfast usuals, like bacon & eggs, sausages and even some grilled cherry tomatoes. I made this platter to share between 2-3 people, but it can easily serve more or less with a couple of additional items.

When this board is placed on the table, you’ll be sure to receive oohs and ahhs from guests!


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Tips For Presentation & Serving

    Weaving the bacon onto skewers really helps it to looks it’s best, and makes it easy to pick up from the board.
    Cutting the sausages in half not only makes them seem to go further; but also makes them look nicer.
    Using cherry tomatoes instead of normal tomatoes helps the board look a little fancier.
    Adding spinach brings a much-needed pop of green colour to the dish that really cuts through all the brown.

The Breakfast Board

  • Servings: 2-3
  • Difficulty: easy
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Ingredients

1 tbsp Oil
4 rashers Bacon (see note)
3 Beef Sausages
2 Eggs
6 Cherry Tomatoes
1/2 cup Baby Spinach

Directions

  1. Add oil to a large frying pan on medium heat. Cook sausages and bacon to your liking and remove from pan.

    2. Add eggs and cherry tomatoes to the pan, season with salt and pepper and cook eggs until to your liking. Remove from pan along with cherry tomatoes.

    3. Slice sausages in half and carefully thread bacon onto skewers, being careful as it will be hot. Place on serving board.

    4. Carefully add eggs to board and fill the gaps with spinach. Place cherry tomatoes on top of spinach and serve.


Notes: It’s 100% optional to to thread the bacon onto skewers. I just like the way it looks on the platter!

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