Relish Recipes — Breakfasts

Tropical Booster Smoothie

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Tropical Booster Smoothie
This healthy and creamy immune-boosting smoothie made with almond milk is naturally sweetened with frozen fruit, but we like to add a "booster" shot of our local Backyard Honey Company honey. Local honey is antiviral, antibacterial and especially helps with sore throats. So keep all those sniffles at bay while sipping away.

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Blueberry Sauce

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Blueberry Sauce
Donna-Marie spent an afternoon blueberry picking at Berrylicious Farm near Woodstock, Ontario. While she will freeze most of them, this blueberry sauce will be on the breakfast menu in the coming days!

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Overnight French Toast with Blueberries

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Overnight French Toast with Blueberries
This blueberry-filled breakfast and brunch dish is a lazy cook's dream. You can prepare it entirely ahead the night before and then just bake it in the morning. Serve warm with maple syrup and grilled bacon or sausage alongside. (Recipe adapted from Best Summer Weekends Cookbook by Jane Rodmell).

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Strawberry-Rhubarb Oatmeal Muffins

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Strawberry-Rhubarb Oatmeal Muffins
Sweetened with strawberries and rhubarb and made moist and hearty with oatmeal, eggs and Greek yogurt these muffins taste like a sweet treat but are full of fibre, protein and vitamin C.

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A Right Royal Relish Coronation Quiche

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A Right Royal Relish Coronation Quiche
Whether you are going to the Coronation (like Donna-Marie) or not, or planning on watching it on TV (or maybe not), King Charles has launched his choice of recipe for the upcoming Coronation on May 6. Chosen personally by Their Majesties, they have opted for a simple, traditional quiche to commemorate the big day.While quiche might seem more French than British, they chose it because it's a good sharing dish as the Brits are encouraged to gather after the ceremony for The Big Lunch with friends and neighbours. The Royal Family's website shared the full recipe of the dish which involves spinach, broad beans (which we refer to as fava beans), cheddar cheese and tarragon. We have substituted leeks in place of the broad beans as they are harder to find here in Canada and we've adapted some ingredients to make it a little more "Canadian recipe-friendly".

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