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How many of us struggle with actually getting all components of a healthy meal in?! Well fear no more..these wholesome baked sweet potato, lentil & tofu balls satisfy all the components of a healthy meal! Talk about making meals easy and delicious at the same time!

Often we find it hard to get enough of the right sources of protein in but with these balls of goodness, you get a real plant based protein hit. Both the lentils and tofu provide plant based protein power. Plant proteins like these are loaded with disease fighting phytonutrients, cholesterol-lowering fiber and are naturally low in cholesterol and sodium.

Many of us avoid carbs out of fear of weight gain but we NEED carbs in our diet- the right type of carbs of course! These baked sweet potato, lentil & tofu balls contain brown rice and sweet potato both of which are low GI carbs, keeping you full for longer and releasing energy slowly and sustainably.

The great thing about this recipe is you can cook a batch of these nourishing balls at the beginning of the week and serve with a leafy salad and this lovely tumeric tahini dip (or any other dip of your choice) in the recipe below. These are also vegan friendly and GF! So having these balls ready to go, makes life so much easier and convenient! And as an extra plus, there are not many steps or ingredients in the recipe. A bonus for many of us I am sure.


Baked Sweet Potato, Lentil & Tofu Balls

Makes: 20

1 cup cooked brown rice

1 large sweet potato, peeled and roughly chopped

1 tin lentils, drained and rinsed

1/2 block tofu, cubed

1/2 cup peas (frozen or fresh, if frozen make sure they are defrosted)

Small bit of ginger, crushed (quarter your thumb size, can also use 1/2 tsp ginger powder)

2 tsp curry powder

1/2 tbsp tahini

Tumeric Tahini

1 tbsp tahini

1/4 tsp tumeric

Squeeze of lemon

1 tbsp water to thin out

Preheat the oven to 170 degrees celsius and line a baking tray with baking paper.

Steam the sweet potato pieces for about 10 mins or until tender.

Place half the sweet potato, half the lentils and half the tofu and process in a food processor until combined.

Add remaining sweet potato, lentils, tofu along with the rice, peas, ginger, curry powder and tahini and process until roughly combined (you still want a bit of texture to the mixture!).

Form into round balls and place on the baking tray.

Bake for around 30-35 mins or until golden and cooked through.

For the tumeric tahini, combine all ingredients until well combined and smooth.

Serve these baked sweet potato, lentil & tofu balls along side the tumeric tahini and a green salad and enjoy!


If you loved this recipe, try out this yummy vegan recipe!

Or if your after a whole food, simple weekly meal plan with recipes, check out our BV Online Studio that also includes Workouts, Yoga Classes, Meditation, Wellbeing Activities + more..


We all know facials come at a price, not the most affordable indulgence. However, you don’t need to splurge to create an optimal skin care routine. Some of the best skin care ingredients are found right in your kitchen cupboard! These natural and nourishing face mask recipes are super easy to make with staple household ingredients and work really well to brighten, hydrate and make your skin glow! So next time you see your face looking a bit drab, why not try one of these at home face mask recipes!

Turmeric, Honey & Yoghurt

Combine 2 tablespoons of greek yoghurt with 1 tablespoon of raw honey and 1 teaspoon of tumeric. Apply to face and neck and leave for 20 minutes (be careful not to stain anything!) Tumeric is anti-inflammatory, yoghurt is exfoliating and honey is an antibacterial agent, making this face mask super brightening and cleansing (it is literally yellow!) This is one of our favourite face mask recipes.

Bentonite, Honey, Lemon & Coconut oil

Combine 2 tablespoons of bentonite clay (available at bulk food shops such as The Source), 1 teaspoon coconut oil, 1/2 tablespoon raw honey and a juice of half a lemon. This face mask recipe helps to keep your skin clean and clear with the detoxing nature of the clay combined with super hydrating coconut oil.

Egg White & Honey

Combine 1 egg white with 1 tablespoon of raw honey. Now this may not be your ideal mask but did you know egg whites help tighten pores and are great for removing accumulation of dirt. A mixture of egg whites and antibacterial honey makes for a super cleansing mask!

Avocado, Honey & Coconut oil

Combine 1/2 a soft avocado, 1 tablespoon of raw honey and 1/2 teaspoon of coconut oil and paint all over your face. This one is absolutely great for dry skin and gives it a nourishing glow!

Oatmeal, Honey & Yoghurt

Combine 1 packet instant oatmeal with 1/2 cup hot water, 1 tablespoon of raw honey & 2 tablespoons of greek yoghurt. Who knew such a staple breakfast could become a face mask to soothe angry, red skin as well as breakouts.


So there you have it, 5 face mask recipes to get your natural skincare regime started! For more at home beauty recipes check out this post on hair care from your kitchen cupboard.


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For many, camping is seen as a holiday for the brave hearted- think flies, mud, pitching up a tent in darkness and no electricity! You may be familiar with ‘glamping’, campings better dressed sibling! This style of camping will make even those who absolutely dread the idea of staying outdoors, want to! Imagine TV’s, baths and proper beds all while soaking up the benefits of the peaceful and quiet outdoors. Therefore we wanted to share with you 9 of the best glamping spots in Sydney..


Best Glamping Spots In Sydney:

Best Glamping Spots In Sydney

Cockatoo Island, Sydney

Cockatoo island is the largest island in Sydney harbour, a glamping experience with a view. Perfect for small families, without all the hassle and the convince of showers, kitchen and plenty of things to do so the kids are happy!

Check it out

Best Glamping Spots In Sydney

Tandara Luxury Safari, Lane Cove

Situated 10km north of CBD, you will be surrounded by beautiful  gardens with an unforgettable experience of nature. Relax in the tents filled with an ensuite, TV and deluxe kitchen, all while being eco friendly and sustainable.

Check it out

Best Glamping Spots In Sydney

Roar & Snore, Mosman

This is a must do for locals and visitors of Sydney. You can get up close and personal with the wide range of animals at Taronga Zoo. Even better as you relax in beautiful tents with a view of Sydney harbour, making it one of the best glamping spots in Sydney.

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Best Glamping Spots In Sydney

South Coast Retreat, Greenwell Point

Here you will get an African style safari experience, minus the air travel. These safari type tents are the perfect glamping experience with an oak queen bed, warm alpaca blankets and fairy lights. It also has all kitchen appliances, a large modern bathroom, and fire pit.

Check it out

Best Glamping Spots In Sydney

Paperbark Camp, Jervis Bay

Paperbark Camp is a family owned business combines luxury tent accommodation with fine food and wine, with a peaceful bush setting. This gem is tucked near the sandy white beaches of Jervis Bay. With an open air private ensuite and a comfortable king bed, theres no fear of bugs biting you…. because lets be honest, thats why most of us don’t like camping.

Check it out

Best Glamping Spots In Sydney

Tanja Lagoon Camp, Tanja

Nestled in Mimosa Rocks National Park, Tanja Lagoon Camp offers luxurious safari tent bedrooms overlooking a coastal lagoon. This is a superb glamping experience surrounded by a vibrant natural habitat.

Check it out

Best Glamping Spots In Sydney

Atlantic Guesthouses, Byron Bay

Situated in holistic and herbal Byron bay, these guesthouses are a luxury escape, perfect for a weekend away.

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Best Glamping Spots In Sydney

Sierra Escape, Mudgee

This glamping experience is the perfect location to enjoy the sunset after a day of winery hopping. The tents offer everything from king beds to baths and fireplaces, all while being eco friendly.

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Best Glamping Spots In Sydney

Entrance Holiday Park, Lake Conjola

This affordable family- friendly holiday park boasts crystal clear waters and uninterrupted views across the lake.

Check it out


So what are you waiting for, go ahead and choose one of the best glamping spots in Sydney to experience that camping lifestyle… in a more stylish way!

Taking care of our health and wellbeing and living in a holistic manner also means that we need to take care of our environment, our planet. Find below tips to address every room of the house to create an eco-friendly home.

Each year that passes, new studies arise about how we are putting ourselves and future generations in danger due to the abuse and neglect that we give to our planet. Luckily, we have become more aware of our negative impacts and people are finally doing something about it! From going vegan to replacing all plastic bags in shops, there are many steps that we can take to be more eco-friendly.

You don’t even need to do anything extreme… small changes can make a huge amount of difference! By making simple changes, we begin to appreciate the earth and to realize that it is not something to be taken for granted. Thus, we strongly suggest that you incorporate practicing mindfulness whilst you are doing these, which in turn will give you a new sense of appreciation for what we have.

Here are our top 16 cost-effective ways to create a more eco-friendly home:


Living room

1. Unplug your TV when it’s not in use, to save electricity.

2. Use CFL (compact fluorescent light) bulbs instead of incandescent light bulbs to save 66% more energy.


3. Use low energy appliances.

4. Clean with vinegar, a natural way to kill germs bacteria and mould. We also like using Koala Eco with its beautiful packaging and convenient eco friendly packaging.

5. Avoid food wastage. $8 billion worth of edible household food wastage each year goes into Australian land fill. Only buy what you need and bring left overs for lunch the next day.


6. Include indoor houseplants to improve the air quality in your bedroom. Also assists with a better night sleep.

7. Install energy efficient windows. Did you know heat gain and heat loss through windows are responsible for 25–30% of residential heating and cooling energy use.

8. Keep all electronics out of the bedroom for not only your wellbeing and health, but also to reduce your eco footprint.

Bathroom/ Laundry

9. Turn off the tap when brushing your teeth.

10. Install water saving shower head filters.

11. Buy recycled toilet paper. We love Who Gives A Crap!

12. Choose eco friendly washing powders or make your own.

13. Hang your clothes on the line instead of using the dryer.


14. Plant plants that are native to your area.

15. Use homemade pesticides.

16. Have a compost bin to reduce the need for water, fertilizers, and pesticides.


We hope these eco-friendly home tips have been useful and encourage you to start taking responsibility for your foot print. Small gestures make a big impact!


For thousands of years people have been using the healing powers of crystals to release physical, mental and spiritual blockages from their lives. Crystals are beautiful light catching objects but their real value is less about the aesthetics and more about their healing powers. Here is how you can incorporate these ancient healing techniques within your daily life!

Gemstones are said to be healing because they emit energy related to your chakra points. For the best healing properties, crystals should be near you, say in a pocket or even better, on you, while you meditate or take a nap.

We wanted to share with you some of our favourite crystals and their special healing properties to get you started…

10 Healing Powers Of Crystals..

Rose quartz;

Rose quartz is known as the loving stone. It opens the wearer to love whether that be platonic, sexual or spiritual. A healer of physical and mental heart aches, use this crystal if you desire to learn self love or seek to find inner peace.


Fluorite is known as the protector gemstone, with abilities to ward of negative energy from other people. This stone can also help the wearer find spiritual peace and aid in meditation practises.

Lapis Lazuli;

Lapis Lazuli has been said to unblock mental confusion or emotional burdens. It is thought to be the crystal that links material and celestial worlds and has healing energy.


Hematite is a grounding stone and is good for calming the spirits when going into stressful situations.


Jade carries calming energy, helping the wearer to find inner peace and self-acceptance and love. It can also help relieve physical pain such as cramps and flushes toxins out of the body.


Amethyst has powerful healing qualities. It brings a sense of calm and balance, clearing the mind of confusion and soothes negative or stressful feelings and emotions. This stone can also balance hormone levels and strengthen the immune system.


Turquoise is said to help interpret dreams, ward off evil and strengthen love and friendship bonds. It can also give a person a sense of confidence in public and impart wisdom to the wearer.


Kyanite is known for its balancing properties that align the chakras especially the throat chakras.


Snowflake obsidian helps people be more grounded and is used a protection. It may help the wearer surrender or let go of negative habits of past pathways that no longer serve them, bringing about the opportunity for change, serenity and clarity.


Citrine helps manifest your goals. It is energising and keeps the wearer positive and cheerful because of its empowering energy.

Its amazing what these little stones can bring about and their healing properties they hold. So if you’ve got something going on that needs a little positive energy, absorb some crystal vibes!

Check out our recent post on how crystals can assist with Treating PSM Naturally as one the the healing powers of crystals.


Overwhelmed with all the fitness styles and classes out there? We wanted to share with you a snapshot of the different classes and help you determine which may be the best fitness classes for you!!

Holistic isn’t something that comes to mind when paired with exercise, or can it?! Having a holistic health program incorporating different type of exercise styles with a balanced diet, enriches the mind, body and soul. Here at The BareVitality Studio, we want you to be in tune with YOUR body. To gain optimal results, its beneficial to tackle them from a holistic point of view. So what type of fitness classes are best for your needs? We wanted to share with you a snapshot of some of the best fitness classes and their benefits. The below fitness classes are all offered at our Balmain Fitness Studio, The BareVitality Studio!

Mat Toning & Endurance/ Pilates

This class focuses on deep toning mat work. It is a good starting point to strengthening and toning up all the muscle groups (even those tiny muscles that often get forgotten) and a large focus on your core. In the class you work through a series of exercises, focusing on repetition which is great for building muscular strength. The exercises also work on improving flexibility and coordination. Believe it or not, these types of exercise are a form of meditation, tapping into the inner breath to help guide movement. These class’s are on every Tuesday morning at 6am and Saturday at 7.30am in The BareVitality Studio!

Yoga Flow/ Vinyasa Yoga

Yoga is an ancient Indian philosophy dating back thousands of years. Originally used for spiritual purposes, the movement aspect is also a great form of exercise and meditation. There are many different types of yoga, but each type builds on a series of asanas (poses) practiced with breath awareness. This class is designed to balance out your other fitness sessions throughout the week. It assists in the overall improvement of muscle strength, balance, coordination, muscular endurance and self awareness. This class is on every Monday morning at 6:45 and Wednesday at 9:30am + 7.00pm!

Restorative Yoga

Enjoy this relaxing practice using a variety of poses and props to help let go of stress, assist the body to release and align. This class is designed to help quiet the mind while focusing on breathing, a great stress reliever. Restorative yoga is on every Thursday evening at 6.45pm!

Circuit Training

This class incorporates functional movement using both body resistance exercises and a range of different equipment such as kettle bells, medicine balls, dumbbells, resistance bands, ropes + more.. Varying station lengths and intensities ensure you get a solid workout! Circuit training boast many benefits including building  muscle strength and tone, improving the cardiovascular system and achieving weight loss goals. This class is on every Wednesday at 6pm.

Cardio Boxing

Think action packed, fun and high sweat with a combination of boxing and cardio exercises. It improves upper body strength while toning various muscle groups, particularly the core and arms. Cardio boxing focuses on agility, coordination and muscular endurance. This class is on every Friday morning at 6.15am.

Outdoor Fitness

This session boasts many benefits of a great workout while taking it outside to enjoy the outdoors! So while your out in the fresh air, this workout focuses on cardio, going through a series of exercises improving muscular endurance and cardiovascular health. The short bursts of high intensity exercise has also shown to be effective for weight loss and increased cardiovascular fitness. This rejuvinating class is on every Tuesday morning at 6:45am.

The BareVitality Studio offers a range of classes focusing of functional movement and balance.

Click on the link to book a class!

Let us know which classes you feel would be best to balance out your body and suit your individual health and fitness needs?


The saying ‘less is more’ is surprisingly true when is comes to spending. Many, (ourselves included) are guilty of spending unnecessarily on material items that do not serve a purpose in our lives. So how can we change this and really live by ‘less is more’ and why? What are benefits it holds? We wanted to know the answers that could potentially save us a lot of money! Here is the secret of spending less and gaining more.

An important question to ask yourself is how do you define rich. Being rich doesn’t necessarily mean having a huge house and a fancy car. What matters is the richness of your life. Who you spend time with, work that you love doing, hobbies that bring joy to you, exploration of new places- this is what being rich is all about. Rich with life experiences.

With the influence of consumerism and marketing, we start to believe that we need ‘things’ to be happy, to succeed and so on. This takes up a LOT of mental energy! How much time do we waste thinking about what to buy next- new clothes, new technology, a new cushion, the latest health gadget…. the list goes on. We will always have wants, but how many of those wants do we actually need?

We often forget that the finest joys in life are absolutely free. We believe that the more items we have- that this will make us happy. Too often we have those moments where we look around the room and think why did I buy this?! Hello impulse shopping! Instead enjoy the little things in life that are free, the activities you love….. painting, reading, going for a walk. These will be so much more beneficial to your wellbeing and free up mental energy. Check out these 50 ways to be more mindful!

Financial stress isn’t good for you or those around you. Always needing the latest things is stressful and trying to arrange your finances to purchase those items is even more stressful. More often than not, we relay the stress on our partners causing strained relationships. We need to remember the importance of clear and open communication and keeping our core values in sight when it comes to spending and relationships.

Now, there ARE necessities that we need to spend money on but its important to focus on quality of life instead of quantity. We get so caught up in the day to day motions of life, spending being one of them, that we forget to appreciate the joys in life. Spending time with loved ones, walking in nature, having a home cooked meal with friends, laughing so hard it hurts your belly. Spending less  teaches us we don’t need to focus on material items but instead on the quality of life.

So, the secret to spending less? You gain MORE!


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So many of us often wonder how to eat enough protein to benefit our bodies functioning, especially if you are eating a plant based diet. Sure, its fairly easy to get in the carbs and veg (sometimes!) but we often struggle with getting enough protein. We wanted to share a wide range of protein sources you can choose from to incorporate into your diet, both animal and plant based.

Protein is a macronutrient and our bodies require a lot of it to function optimally. It makes up our body structure including muscle, skin, organs, hair and nails. Protein helps create enzymes that regulate our metabolism, hormone production, antibodies, neurotransmitters, and assists with the growth and repair of cells.

There are many benefits of protein, as you could imagine. Proteins play a large role in muscular health. They are present in the muscle filaments and provide structure to the muscles, while helping with general repair. Proteins are also vital for a healthy immune and nervous system. We need protein sources to ensure we get enough energy and to prevent our bodies from using muscle stores to keep us running! On the outside, protein helps us to have strong and shiny hair, nails and skin.

So how much protein do we as females actually need? We need 0.75g for every kilo of weight, compared to 0.84g in men. For those expecting mama’s, 1g/kg of protein is needed to support both mum and bub. For example, a female who is 60kg, 45g of protein is needed daily!

The Australian Dietary Guidelines recommend for women to have 2.5 serves of protein a day. Luckily there are a wide range of both plant and animal based proteins. Be sure to get a balance of BOTH types of protein to really benefit your body! Let the list begin…

Plant Based Protein Sources

Vegans, vegetarians and those who eat both meat and plants have a wide range of plant based proteins to choose from which are just as good as eating meat to some confusion!

Organic Tofu/tempeh




Nuts and nut butters (almonds, cashews, peanuts, brazil nuts)

Seeds (pumpkin, sunflower, sesame, flax)



Chia seeds

Hemp seeds

Protein rich vegetables (dark leafy vegetables, mushrooms, broccoli)

Ezekiel bread

Nutritional yeast

Protein powders (pea, brown rice, hemp, pumpkin)



Animal protein sources are readily available and don’t include just meat but other high quality dairy products and eggs as well..

Free Range Organic Eggs

Organic Full Cream milk

Natural Pot Set Yoghurt

Goats Cheese

Wild Caught Fish and Seafood

Free Range Chicken

Free Range Turkey

Organic Pork

Lean grass fed beef

Organic Lamb

Organic Whey Protein


So there you have it, including enough protein in your diet can be hard but knowing you can choose from a variety of plant and animal based protein sources makes it a bit easier! Why don’t you take a peek at this recipe…


Recently I read an interesting book all about the Danish way of living, Hygge. This sparked something inside of me and a desire to share the concept with who ever would listen. Claudia also eager to learn more about Hygge and how you could incorporate this way of living into your everyday life suggested it be the topic of the week!!

Hygge is a bit tricky to define but to sum up its the feeling of cosiness, the absence of annoyance and taking pleasure from soothing things. Seriously who wouldn’t want to live their lives by these values? It is more about an atmosphere and an experience rather than about things. Being surrounded by the people you love, a feeling of home and safety is what it’s about.

Did you know Danes are one of the happiest countries in the world?! And it all comes down to this ingredient, hygge. The original word in Norwegian means ‘well-being’ but some think it may originate from the word ‘hug’, which makes sense because feeling ‘hygge’  feels like a warming giant hug!

While hygge can often be an abstract concept, we can use our senses to really breathe it in.. Hygge has a taste, a sound, a smell and a texture.

The taste of hygge is always familiar, sweet and comforting. Think warm cups of chai with honey, velvety dark chocolate, a comforting bowl of maple spiced porridge..

Hygge mainly has to do with the absence of sounds, allowing you to focus and be mindful of the small sounds. Rain on the rooftop, wind blowing through leaves. Any sound in a safe place is hygge..

Smell is a powerful memory provoking sense. Have you ever smelt something that takes you back to a time in your life? A common theme of smells of hygge is that they all bring us back to a time in our life where we felt safe. A favourite perfume, the smell of freshly baked bread, the scent of the ocean..

Hygge feels like a cosy, chunky knit jumper, a warm ceramic cup, a smooth wooden surface, a soft, fluffy blanket, even the feel of your pet!

But most importantly hygge is about feeling safe. Feeling loved, connected and trusting the people around you.

Hygge Emergency Kit

Soft lighting- Think lightly fragranced candles, tea lights, fairy lights, lanterns and crystal lamps. Soft, warm lighting is the way to go!

Chocolate- There are so many decadent brands of healthy chocolate so why not pop over to your grocer and have a browse. Make a deal with yourself that you can have a square a day as an evening ritual.

Tea- Like chocolate there are SO many tea’s to choose from. My go to is earl grey, chai or lemon and ginger.

Your favourite book- It doesn’t have to be wordy or intellectual (but if you like that then go for it!) something that evokes memories and takes you to another world.

Your favourite movie or TV show- in the days of binge watching Netflix we often race to see what we can watch next. Next time you watch a TV show or movie, slow down and really take it in.

A good pair of cosy socks- Cold feet are uncomfortable so treat yourself to a silly pair of socks that will keep your feet warm!

Journal- Journalling is very therapeutic. Writing down what your day held for you can be such a release for your busy mind.

A nice blanket- Find yourself a fluffy, cosy blanket to rug up in!

Music- Find a peaceful playlist that soothes you and listen to it with mindful ears.

A photo album- Something that you can hold in your hands preferably. How good does it feel to re visit those funny, photos filled with such happiness and joy from your childhood?! Paired with a hot mug of tea this makes for a hygge evening!

So there you have it, as the days get cooler now is a great time to put together your Hygge emergency kit!

Why not have a look at these ways to be mindful to create more hygge moments in your day!


BareVitality Team

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Its that time of year when its a little hard to get out of bed in the mornings, when the puffer jackets and woolly jumpers come out and we start craving wholesome nourishing foods. Nothing says winter breakfast more than porridge. This is a spin on the classic porridge that can get a bit tiresome. These comforting cacao, banana & PB baked oats really hit the spot on those chilly winter mornings and make for a really nourishing and nutritious breakfast as well.

The combination of cacao, banana & PB make this breakfast taste like an indulgent dessert. Oats are a low GI carbohydrate and keeps you feeling full for longer, stabilises blood sugar and contains a good amount of fibre and protein. Banana’s are loaded with potassium, great for heart health. Cinnamon has blood sugar stabilising properties and is anti-inflammatory. Now chocolate solves a LOT of problems but it is even better its raw form, cacao powder is full of antioxidants, magnesium and iron. The chia seeds offer a protein hit, as does the peanut butter, keeping you full for longer and helping with muscle repair and replenishment. So enjoy this comforting bowl of oats to nourish without guilt!

Comforting Cacao, Banana & PB Baked Oats

Serves 1:

1/2 cup wholegrain oats

1/2 cup almond milk or milk of choice

1/2 banana, mashed

2 tsp cacao powder

1 tsp cinnamon

1 tsp baking powder

1/2 tbsp chia seeds


1/2 banana, sliced

1 tbsp peanut butter


Preheat oven to 180 degrees celsius.

In an oven-proof bowl, mix together the oats, almond milk, mashed banana, cacao powder, cinnamon, baking powder and chia seeds until well combined.

Place in oven and bake for 30 minutes or until a skewer comes out clean.

Let oats cool for 5-10 minutes

Top with banana slices and a dollop of peanut butter!

Enjoy while warm with a nice cup of tea!

If you enjoyed this warming breakfast take a look at this recipe




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