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Exam Fuel Recipes: Our Top Picks

By hannahk 11 May 2022

There can be a lot to think about in the lead up to exams and assessments. We’ve selected some tasty sweet and savoury recipes to give you inspiration for quick, simple go to meals and snacks - all of which do not need many ingredients!


1. All-day breakfast frittata

This frittata is great for anyone who is looking to cook with flatmates or want to prepare meals for the coming days. It requires a handful of ingredients and can easily be made vegetarian-friendly.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/all-day_breakfast_12416

2.  Pepper, tomato and basil pasta (vegan friendly)

This pasta recipe is simple but tasty. You can substitute any of the ingredients or try experimenting by adding your own vegetables e.g. aubergine, courgette. A spoonful of pesto could be added for extra flavour.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/pepper_tomato_and_basil_74401

3. Tasty mushroom omelette

Omelettes can be eaten for breakfast, lunch or even dinner. They take less than 15 minutes to cook and you might even find that you have all of these ingredients already in your cupboards. You can always swap ingredients such as mushrooms and add peppers and/or onions. To make it non-vegetarian, add ham or chopped chorizo.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/mushroomomelette_79134

4. Lemon and blueberry baked oats

Baked oats are a really hearty breakfast and can be made in so many different flavours. This recipe makes enough to serve 4 so can be a great way to prepare breakfast during the week. It’s really tasty served up with yogurt too and is even sweet enough to be a delicious dessert.

https://pinchofnom.com/recipes/lemon-blueberry-baked-oats/

 5. Banana muffins

Breakfast muffins are ideal for when you have less time on your hands. They are full of fibre which will help you stay fuller for longer. You can also use these tasty muffins as snacks as they are perfect for if you are on the go. If you have a real sweet tooth you can add a handful of chocolate chips to the recipe.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/banana_muffins_51549



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