Strawberry Yoghurt Smoothie

Strawberry Yoghurt Smoothie


450g of fresh, ripe strawberries

1 large orange, both grated zest and its juice

200g of plain low-fat yoghurt 

4 tablespoons of Kellogg's All-Bran Original


Place all the ingredients into a blender and then blend until smooth.

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Fruit and Nut Crunch


30g of Kellogg's Bran Flakes

150g low-fat yoghurt

1 tbsp of raspberry compote

1 orange that's been peeled and sliced

25g of blackberries

1 tbsp of pomegranate seeds

1 tbsp of pistachios


Place a spoonful of yoghurt into a small bowl and mix in the raspberry compote. Scatter the Bran Flakes and top it with the sliced orranges, blackberries, and pomegranate seeds. For the crunch, finish with a sprinkling of pistachios.

Bran Crepes


150g of plain flour

A pinch of salt

2 eggs, could be free range depends on your choice

300ml skimmed milk

300ml water

75g of Kellogg's All-Bran Original, crushed


Sift the flour and salt into a large bowl, add the eggs and mix them together. Slowly add half of the milk into the mixture and tip in the remaining liquids and mix until smooth.

Cook the mixture ladle by ladle, in a non-stick frying pan with heated oil or butter. Cook for a couple of minutes or until the underside is brown. Place on a plate after its cooked then top with crushed bran.

Apple and Cinnamon Bran Bowl


2 tbsps of apple compote

150g of low fat yoghurt

1/2 apple, diced or sliced 

1 tsp of ground cinnamon

30g of Kellogg's Bran Flakes


Add a layer of apple compote onto a small glass or small bowl and add a layer of yoghurt on top of the compote before topping it with the Bran Flakes. You can then place the apples as you please and dust it with the ground cinnamon. Tada!

Chocolate and Banana Pot


30g of Kellogg's Bran Flakes

150g of low-fat yoghurt

1 tbsp of chocolate hazelnut spread or nut butter

1 sliced banana


Scoop a spoonful of yoghurt into a glass or a small bowl and then add a layer of chocolate spread then sprinkle it with the Bran Flakes and banana slices. 

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The benefits of having breakfast are not that obvious

Studies have shown that having breakfast can boost concentration and memory, and it also plays an important part in blood glucose regulation.

But despite the media hype, there’s no clear-cut link, for example, between breakfast and body weight, blood pressure, or cholesterol.

How to make healthy smoothies

The key to a healthy smoothie is to get the right balance of vegetables, fruit, protein, and fat and embrace variety.

You can put almost anything into a smoothie, such as water, non-dairy milk or kefir, fruits, vegetables, seeds, nuts, protein powder, maca or matcha, and toppings such as coconut, granola, and cacao nibs.

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