Sunday, 26 January 2014

Sunday Brunch (& a giveaway!)

Let's talk about eggs! Being a Slimming World member means I eat a lot of eggs as they are a free food on the plan. Although I have never really learnt how long to boil an egg for (I know, I really should know that), a couple times a week I'll poach some using poaching pods and have them on toast with some fruit for breakfast - especially if I've got morning meetings and won't eat again until lunch time. Eggs are full of protein and help to keep me feeling full for a lot longer than my usual fruit and yoghurt brekkie. At the weekend, absolutely nothing beats a mid-morning brunch of eggs on toast, with a grind of chilli flakes and black pepper, which is what I treated myself to this morning after restarting the 30 Day Shred!



British Lion Eggs have kindly sent me a copy of 'Eggs' by Michel Roux to giveaway to one of my readers. It's full of recipes which revolve around eggs, from omelettes to custard! If you'd like to be in with a chance to win the book, you can enter using the Rafflecopter widget below. This giveaway is only open to UK readers due to shipping costs - sorry! I will announce the winner and here and on Twitter (@ohsorosie) next Sunday evening (2nd Feb). Good luck! x

The book was provided free of charge for the purpose of the giveaway.

5 comments:

  1. Mm eggs are so versatile, they're one of my favourite foods! Bonus points that they're so healthy. Negative points that my boyfriend is allergic so I only really have them when he isn't home. Have a lovely Sunday :)

    B xx

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  2. Yum! Love eggs and poached are always the best,although I usually only get a chance to make them at the weekend. M xox
    www.peachparade.com

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  3. This is great! It's taken me a while, but I've finally perfected the timing for poached eggs! I also love scrambled eggs with crème fraiche and chives- that's a winner too for keeping you going!
    Katie x
    http://www.missenchanting.co.uk/

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  4. I love eggs - my favourite is eggs florentine, but I have to work on my hollandaise sauce.

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