Sore head after a night out with the girls or your office party? Try these hangover-busting recipes from baked eggs to blueberry pancakes. You'll soon be wide awake to deal with the kids and get on with your day!
Sore head after a night out with the girls or your office party? Try
these hangover-busting recipes from baked eggs to blueberry pancakes.
You’ll soon be ready to get on with your day!
First up is this quick farmhouse fry-up recipe! The great thing about this delicious one-pan breakfast is that it all goes into one dish and straight into the oven to cook – giving you more time to curl up on the sofa and rest those tired eyes. And there’s hardly any washing-up at the end either.
Get the recipe: Quick farmhouse fry-up recipe
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If you simply can’t face any food in the morning, make this hangover smoothie instead. It’s guaranteed to perk you up with its sweet, spicy and zesty mix of fresh carrots, apples and zingy ginger.
Get the recipe: Booster smoothie
Sometimes, eggs and bacon can just seem like too much in the morning. This tasty alternative of porridge is bound to make you feel better with its mix of nutritious oats, honey and energy-packed almonds. You can top it with whatever you fancy too, try nuts, fruit, honey or jam.
Get the recipe: Porridge
If you got up so late that you missed breakfast or you need a comfort food dinner to sort you out after making it through the day, this filling and flavoursome macaroni cheese will give you the pick-me-up that you need.
Get the recipe: Macaroni Cheese
There’s nothing like a big stack of pancakes with berries to sort out that queasy morning-after feeling. This recipe makes them really easy to make if you’re feeling a little less than your usual self. Plus you’ll get all the goodness of the vitamin-rich berries too.
Get the recipe: American pancakes with berry compote
If you’re organised, make a batch of these oaty, nutritious banana
muffins the day before your night out. They’re perfect for the morning
after, especially if you can’t face cooking or eating too much. But keep
them in a safe places so the kids don’t get there first!
Get the recipe: Banana muffins
Hearty and filling, this poached egg and bacon potato cake is just the tonic. Use leftover mash, ready-made mash or potato pancakes for an even easier recipe. Have it with a big glass of orange juice for an instant energy top-up.
Get the recipe: Egg and bacon potato cake