Announcing Breakfast Club!

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

Breakfast Club is a new food blogging event hosted by Helen from Fuss
Free Flavours
and Sarah from Fingers and Toes.  We love breakfast and
want everyone to enjoy better and more interesting breakfasts.

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

We hope to get some prizes for future events.

Following her recent holiday to Sri Lanka Sarah made some hoppers and
last weekend held a Sri Lankan breakfast brunch party.   I can confirm
that the hoppers were delicious and I want her to make some more for

So the theme for Breakfast Club #1 is ASIAN

We hope there is lots of scope for ideas here, rice & vegetables, dal
and curry, sushi, miso ….

Deadline is 6pm on the 27th June.  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 host’s announcement) Sarah’s post is here.

Mail the host for the month, this  time it is Helen (Helen at fussfreeflavours 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.

Visit the Fuss Free Flavours Giveaways Page for a chance to win some amazing prizes!
About Helen

Helen Best-Shaw is a freelance food & writer, photographer who has been writing about achievable, affordable and mostly healthy food on Fuss Free Flavours since 2007. She also contributes articles, recipes and photos to a number of online and print food magazines. Please do contact me if you would like to discuss commissioning work.

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  1. Helen thank you for the invite to this awesome event! I can’t wait until the first post – I’m already trying to decide what I can make and post about! Great idea! :)

  2. whoa asian breakfast! this sounds like a hard one.. my heritage is chinese but i have no idea what chinese people eat for breakfast. all i remember from my last trip over there when i was about 10 is that my grandparents ate rice porridge, glass noodles somehow made their way into steamed veggie buns and people walked around in hangzhou wearing colourful pajamas all day.. :P

  3. Great idea! I’ll see what I can do!

  4. Would love to participate. I hope that I don’t forget!! I have a brain like a seive! xxoo

  5. Was lovely meeting you last night! I must say, I was incredibly impressed. I LOVE Asian breakfasts (have you ever had nasi lemak?)
    Will definitely be doing this. :D

  6. Can we send archieved breakfast recipes in our blogs???

  7. I am sending a breakfast I enjoy Sweet savoury semolina, I have linked the websites
    Regards to all

  8. Hi Helen,
    I sent in 2 more entries last weekend. Hope you have got them. If you have not received my email, please let me know and I can resend.


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