Breakfast & Brunch - Recipes
Eggs, a stellar source of protein, will start your day off on the right foot. This recipe uses fewer egg yolks than whites to help keep the cholesterol and fat at a minimum.
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Fresh passionfruit adds a deliciously tangy note to frozen yogurt. Use full-cream milk and yogurt here for best results.
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|Summer fruit Swiss rollFresh summer fruit such as strawberries, peaches and nectarines has a natural affinity with cream. Here, these aromatic fruits are combined with whipping cream, which has a lower fat content than thick cream, plus a little yogurt to make a delicious filling for a light-as-air sponge.||Vanilla angel cakeAlmost fat-free, this very light cake really is the food of angels. It is made using eggwhites only, no yolks, and on baking it develops a delicious golden crust that hides the tender, pure white interior. It is served with creamy fromage frais and summer berries.|
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