Breakfast Club #2 The Theme is …

Breakfast Club: Because breakfast should be more interesting than tea & toast or coffee & cereal.

This month it’s Sarah’s turn to host Breakfast Club.

Breakfast Club is a  food blogging event hosted by me and Sarah from fingers and toes. We love breakfast and want everyone to enjoy better and more interesting breakfasts.

Each month one of us will choose a theme and then post the round up on the last Sunday of the month.

Last month I hosted and the theme was Asian.  You can read my round-up here.

I think some people found Asian a challenge, but Breakfast Club is all about challenging yourself.  So bear that in mind when I mention this month’s theme:

Eggs.

Eggs have long been a breakfast staple in many parts of the world.  There are so many different ways to prepare them.  For this month then I would like you to try something different from what you would normally do with eggs.  Entries don’t necessarily have to be “out there” – I would be quite amused to receive a dozen conflicting posts on the correct way to make perfectly scrambled eggs – but do try to pick something that challenges YOU.

For those who don’t eat eggs, you can substitute if you like.  For example, do a tofu scramble instead of scrambled eggs.

Because this month ends on a Saturday, I’ve decided to make the deadline Sunday 1 August, 6pm. We look forward to reading your ideas.

To recap:

Make breakfast inspired by the month’s theme, write about it (please include a link in your post to both hosts’ announcement – Sarah’s post is here)

Mail the host for the month, (sarah dot e dot moore at gmail dot com) with a link to your post, name of your blog and a photo (or link to your photo) by 6pm (UK time) on the last Sunday of the month.

If you do not have a blog send a recipe and photo to the month’s host who will include it in the round up.

Tell everyone – let’s inspire each other to make more interesting breakfasts!

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About Helen

Helen Best-Shaw is a freelance writer, who has been writing about achievable and affordable food on Fuss Free Flavours since 2007. She also contributes articles and recipes to a number of online and print food magazines.

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  1. i’ve made a habit of throwing whatever i feel like having for breakfast straight into the blender and making a smoothie out of it. i’m not entirely sure if this is a good thing but it sure saves me a heck of a lot of time! :P

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