This is an eBook, suitable for iPad and other eReaders.
With fun and quirky recipes like French Toast in a Mug, Chickpea Pancake Pizza and Bittersweet Savoury Yoghurt, this is a book of breakfast inspiration, education and motivation that will leave your friends and family begging for more!
What Sarah says:
“In my travels, I think I'm asked at every turn, by journalists or at public talks I give, what I eat for breakfast. I think it stumps a great many people how you can eat breakfast without sugar. Which is fair enough. Of all the meals in the day, breakfast is the most laden with crappy white stuff: cheap carbs and sugar. So how do I eat a good breakfast? I switch to a savoury state of mind, I eat veggies, I #JERF, I eat leftovers and I eat for my gut.”
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Posted by Fiona on 11th Sep 2016
I love breakfast! This has heaps of great ideas that are also easily doable for lunches. I look forward to trying out lots of the recipes on my young kids as we already try and eat IQS style as much as possible. I only wish it came in print as i love to flick through books and remind myself of all the great recipes.
Posted by Tammy Evans on 17th Jun 2016
There are so many amazing breakfast ideas in this e-book, actually make that also lunch and snack ideas......I could even stretch some out to dinner. Not a great fan of e-books but thought I would give it a go as I am a huge I Quit Sugar Team fan. They have not let me down.
Posted by Susan Young on 26th Apr 2016
I have a digital book which is really bad for me - I needed 1 recipe from this book and now I cannot find it! Digital and my kitchen don't go well. Very disappointed that I didn't realise it was a digital book. I will write out the recipe I need by hand.
Posted by Rebecca Marks on 6th Apr 2016
Really healthy and totally yummy breakfasts. IQS has changed my eating habits for the better forever and I feel so much healthier and happier
Posted by Jan on 23rd Mar 2016
I bought this ebook after reading the reviews, including one very negative one, and am so pleased I did. I'd like to address the points from the negative review. Firstly the recipes are no more complex than Sarah's teams usual. Yes you need to shop and yes there is some cooking required, but no more than for any recipe. I've made several new-to-me recipes so far and all have been delicious and somewhat surprising, that breakfast can include so much more veggie content than I'm used to and both me and my husband really enjoy it. We are foodies and more than a little fussy about flavour and this cookbook has improved our breakfasts no end. I suggest you buy it now.
Posted by Lorelle Denham on 22nd Mar 2016
Easily prepared healthy breakfasts. Some require things I can't get in the bush, but most are pretty bloody good.
Posted by Maree on 19th Mar 2016
There are heaps of great recipes even my kids love them. I look forward to trying each and every one of them.
Posted by Kristan on 18th Mar 2016
I think this cookbook is awesome. Dont know why people complain about it as the I quit sugar team have done all the hard work for us. I love all the recipes in it and cant wait to cook each one. I am planning on getting all of Sarah's cook books as we are enjoying eating all the good food. Hubby and i also love the 8 week program and have done it twice. No need to think about whst you're having for dinner each night. Keep up the good work Sarah and crew
Posted by Silvia on 10th Mar 2016
It was a huge dissappointment to find out this are not simple recipes. You need extravagant ingredients. Too much prep. I fell robbed :( wish I could have my money back to buy something I would actually use. Also but the kids cookbook and the smoothies one, same thing.
Posted by Unknown on 4th Mar 2016
I have all of Sarah's books (ebook and hard cover). The brekkie book is up there with the best - the Slowcooker ebook and One Pot Wonders and I Quit Sugar for Life and Simplicious... Heck, they're all rippers!
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