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Break Your Fast In Style: Five quick and easy alternatives to the English B&B Breakfast that any hotel owner can serve

Now, I’m not knocking this fantastic British institution… I’m just suggesting that ‘how do you like your eggs?’ and ‘bacon, sausages or both?’ could be getting a little old. A full English B&B breakfast can also be extremely time consuming, particularly if you’re guests all have varying egg preferences. And with a nation that’s more and more concerned with calories and cholesterol, the high-fat classic could actually be putting guests off. So, here are Inn Style’s top five ways to mix up your morning meal.

1. THE QUICK ENERGY FIX

Making your own granola has always seemed like a bit of a faff to me, particularly when Jordans just seem to have it down. That was until I discovered this recipe. Granted, it takes 40 mins to make the granola, but this is something you only have to do every now and then. Perfect for early risers and business men on the go, this is the quickest way to get some carbs going in the morning.

Use this Granola recipe from Shades of Cinnamon to make batches, then morning prep time is only 5-10 mins. A few nice glasses are perfect for presentation and just mix it up according to the recipe. Once you’ve done this a few times it really takes no time at all.

Time out of your morning: 5 mins

Difficulty rating: 2/5

2. THE CONTINENTAL COP OUT

For those mornings when flicking the gas on and pulling out a pan simply seems impossible. Ideal for busy Saturday mornings when you’ve got 100 other things to do and 5 guests that simply won’t get up at the same time. A bit of a cheat but still delicious.

The recipe? Pop over to your local bakery and buy out their entire croissant collection. Head over to the nearest market or shop and stock up on fruit: bananas, strawberries, melon, whatever’s going. If you fancy it, grab some brie, some emmental and a wedge of swiss then head back to the house. Then, in the morning you can simply plate it up. Easy to leave covered on the breakfast bar so you can get on with other tasks.

Time out of your morning: 5-10 mins

Difficulty rating: 1/5

3. THE CLASSY WAKE UP

This is perfect for Sunday morning brunch. It’s the classic cooked breakfast with a sophisticated twist. If you want to impress guests or if you’ve got a little more time on your hands, this is the next step up.

The Naked Chef himself whipped this one up. See here for his comprehensive recipe of scrambled eggs, smoked salmon and toasted sourdough bread.

Time out of your morning: 10-15 mins.

Difficulty rating: 2/5

4. THE SWEET PULL IN

If your guests are a bit late rising and you don’t want to go knocking on doors, this is the ideal way to tempt them out of bed and into the dining room. The smell of cinnamon circulating the house is near impossible for anyone to resist and is perfect for chilly autumn mornings.

This breakfast idea is direct from The Recipe Critic, one of my favourite sources for interesting alternatives to stock recipes. See here for her 5-step guide to cinnamon heaven.

Time out of your morning: 25 mins

Difficulty rating: 3/5

5. THE HEALTHY COPY CAT

If you’re reading this thinking ‘sounds nice, but I think I’ll just stick to the Full English, thanks’, don’t fear, there’s something here for you too. I’ve included a breakfast just for the traditionalists out there. This one has a lot in common with its coronary-killing cousin, but is a little more interesting and a lot easier on the arteries.

Brought to us by the champion of healthy eating, BBC Good Food, this actually works out a bit quicker than your average English Breakfast, partly because less oil means less frying time. See here for BBC GF’s alternative to a classic.

Time out of your morning: 25 mins

Difficulty rating: 2/5

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