Find it hard to eat breakfast in the morning? Treat yourself to a wee slice of 'breakfast cake' to dunk in your morning brew
We know it sounds too good to be true, but with these recipes you can legitimately start the day off with cake!
We like the sound of that. Oh yes, we do …
You know what they say: a muffin a day keeps the doctor away … and these fruity bakes were just made for morning munching.
Finding it tough to get the kids to eat breakfast? One waft of this freshly baked breakfast bundt cake and it'll be gone faster than you can say 'Cheerio'.
With all the ingredients of your morning cuppa, there's no better cake for breakfast than this. And, you've guessed it, it goes great with a real brew too.
When a breakfast smoothie just doesn't hit the spot, try this warm, buttery coffee cake – ready in 60 seconds! Yes, it'll probably be gone in 60 seconds too.
These finger cakes are gorgeously fruity and come topped with oat streusel for extra crunch. Hide the tin or come the morning you may be disappointed!
This banana loaf is just crying out to be sliced, toasted and eaten for breakfast. Top with crushed cornflakes instead of walnuts to make it even more breakfasty.
No, we're not joking. Made with crushed Weetabix and dried fruit, this is just one of the many things you didn't know you could do with Weetabix!
We're sure you're getting the gist by now, but cereal is just better in cake, OK?
And green tea is no different! Try it baked into these brownies (or shall we say 'greenies'!) along with white chocolate chips and almond slices. Delish.
A genuine French recipe for a genuine croissant cake – need we say more? For this revelation all you need is six ready-made croissants, fresh fruits and a few other basic ingredients … oh, and a hearty appetite.
There is another way to get your daily dose of vitamin C. Mix orange juice and zest into a basic cake batter, then once your cake is baked poke holes in the top and drizzle with orange juice glaze. Move over lemon drizzle.
Better think twice about that morning chai latte because a fluffy, spiced muffin is all you need. Make them the night before to save the morning faff, then take the rest into work and earn yourself some baking points.
This jam-packed cake puts traditional breakfast items to a new use. Trust us, everyone will want a piece of this – it must be the ripple effect
You can't deny this oatmeal bake is easier on the eye than a plain ol' bowl of porridge. And rolled oats, banana, pecans and figs make a yummy, warming combo.
Whether you love it or you hate it, the peanut butter and jam mix has sparked a lively debate. And if it works for you on morning toast, we wholeheartedly recommend this recipe.