Quick & Easy Organic Breakfast & Wake Up To Organic (+ a Giveaway)

Wake up to Organic! Organic breakfast, anyone?

If I could afford to eat and feed my children organic food only, I would switch to an all-organic lifestyle right away. Not only does organic food taste better, but I also find the thought of pesticides and chemicals in our food rather alarming. In my first pregnancy, all the food I ate was organic, and my children were weaned on organic vegetables and fruit, but keeping it up is so costly…

These days, there are only a few products I buy organic every single time: coconut oil, Organix treats for the children and I (the oaty bars are addictive!), Rachel’s Greek style bio-live yogurt, nut butters, carrots & avocados. The nationwide ‘Wake Up To Organic’ campaign takes place tomorrow and over 10,000 free organic mini breakfasts will be available in the morning. Click here to find a local store near you as well as recipes from chefs supporting the campaign.

It is really simple to make the switch and breakfast is a great place to start  so you can wake up to organic food. Although we are on a budget when it comes to food (and pretty much anything!), it is a realistic challenge to switch breakfast to organic as it will not be such a shock to my bank account as it would be to try (and without the shadow of a doubt fail miserably) and switch every single meal to organic food.

My Organic Breakfast Week so far

So far this week, I have had a couple of organic breakfasts. Yesterday was more of a brunch, really.  I had made a seeded loaf over the weekend, so I topped it with mashed avocado, crumbled Feta cheese and a sprinkle of hot chilli powder (all organic). A minute or two under the grill and a strong cup of coffee in hand (organic too!) and I was in heaven!

Organic Breakfast

This morning, I had my favourite yoghurt (if you haven’t tried it, give it a go!), Rachel’s organic Greek style coconut yoghurt, topped with organic granola. I also had fruit and an espresso (yes, it was this kind of morning when you need a shot of coffee!).

Organic Breakfast

Win a ‘Wake Up To Organic’ hamper!

To celebrate the Organic Trade Board, Infinity Foods and some of the UK’s top organic brands are giving you the chance to win an organic breakfast hamper full of breakfast goodies worth over £30. Two lucky winners will receive a hamper to help them start the day with a delicious organic breakfast. Organic Breakfast

What’s the best breakfast you’ve ever had?

Don’t forget to share your organic breakfasts on 14 June with the national #WakeUpToOrganic social campaign!

How to enter the giveaway:

You can pick and choose a range of ways in which to enter. The only one you must click on to get into the draw is the one asking you to leave a blog post comment. You must also leave a comment describing your best breakfast ever.

Entries are open until 11.59 p.m. GMT time on Tuesday 4th July 2017. Good luck!

Wake up to Organic

Disclosure: I was sent a range of organic breakfast products but I was not compensated in any other way for this post. All opinions are my own.

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Comments

  1. Leila Benhamida says:

    The best breakfast I ever add was in Los Angeles Scrambled eggs on French toast. It was quite simple but unique.

  2. Emma Eminoglu says:

    It was the overnight oats I made with peanut butter and banana

  3. Laura Jeffs says:

    Fresh fruit and veg smoothie and brown toast with almond butter..simple yet perfect for me!

  4. Jo Carroll says:

    When I was younger Dad used to do just amazing fry-ups – the full English. I wish I could eat them all the time but being more health and diet concious as I get older it’s just the ocassional treat nowadays.

  5. breakfast style nachos

  6. Lucy Major says:

    Pancakes in a diner in New York – really lovely!

  7. Lynda Jones says:

    I have to agree with some of the other ladies on here, after being in labour all night there is nothing like the tea and toast that the nurses bring you once your little treasure is born

  8. leanne weir says:

    The fry up I had yesterday after Saturday’s hen night!

  9. Eliza Rychlowska says:

    Rye bread with avocado and grated cheese, all grilled – heaven!

  10. mari sutherland says:

    Smoked salmon, scrambled eggs and champagne

  11. lynn neal says:

    Vegetarian full english breakfast including wonderful field mushrooms in a great hotel in Cornwall

  12. Susan Hoggett says:

    A hotel in Barcelona we stayed in had the most amazing breakfast buffet I’ve ever seen, there was everything plus Cava!!

  13. Lorraine Kirk says:

    My best breakfast ever was at a guest house in Key West. The owners baked fresh blueberry cakes every morning.

  14. Candyfloss says:

    It would have to be Paris. If we could get Parisian croissants and real French bread here then I would be the size of a house!

  15. pete c says:

    at a Scottish hotel, a delicious full English fried breakfast, perfectly done

  16. Lydia A says:

    Toast with avocado and poached eggs with black pepper.

  17. 2 eggs, 2 98% pork sausages, streaky bacon, and homestyle hash browns. Plus, a small stack of American pancakes, with a cinnamon syrup, butter and a light drizzle of cream cheese frosting. A cup of fresh coffee to go with it.

  18. Alison Johnson says:

    In Jamaica a number of years ago we had pancakes & fresh fruit every day for breakfast & it was wonderful eating at the restaurant next to the beach.

  19. Emily Hutchinson says:

    It has to be a full English on holiday

  20. Sally angel says:

    A full English with my little ones at home. 🙂

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