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Crispy on the outside, soft and fluffy inside. These golden brown wholemeal almond waffles are what breakfast dreams are made of. Top it off with a delicious mixed berry compote and you're already off to a great start to your day!
Berries in an omelette are unexpected, but the result is an elegant sweet-savoury combination with mild brie cheese. To make a fluffy omelette that doesn't stick to the pan, be sure the pan is sizzling hot before putting in the butter and eggs.
You can't go wrong with a mixed berry crumble. It's so easy to make yet so incredibly delicious. Be creative with your berry combos, you can pick all four or combine your favourites. Just make sure to have your favourite vanilla ice-cream or custard on the side to top off this yummy dessert!
Treat family and friends to a breakfast with a twist with these Dutch Baby pancakes. The batter is mixed in a blender then poured into pre-warmed ramekins and baked in the oven. Watch through the oven door as they puff while cooking then serve with a simple yet tasty berry topping.
Adding plump, juicy blueberries to whole wheat pancake batter makes them healthier (and better!). It's a great way to start your day with a hefty serving of fruit. Drizzle some maple syrup for that extra indulgence.
Playful plates will always make the little ones just a bit more excited! Fruit animals like this berry butterfly are almost as adorable as they are delicious.
Change up your traditional lemon curd to this silky and thick raspberry curd. It's perfect for brioche, tarts and so many more desserts!
Perfect for a vegetarian meal, this mixed berry recipe features a sweet and savoury filling of asparagus, berries, feta and walnuts baked in a portobello mushroom cap. It's colourful, flavorful and satisfying.
Turn biscuits into a rich and decadent treat with the addition of fresh raspberries. Add a savoury blue cheese butter and raspberry and rhubarb jam and you have created the biscuit to end all biscuits.
Four different berries make a juicy, traditional dessert that's best served warm from the oven. Leftovers can be reheated briefly in the microwave. You can also use varying combinations of berries if you like. Just make sure to use the same total amount of berries called for in the recipe.