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Classic kiwi breakfasts
These kūtai (mussel) fritters are a great Kiwi classic and delicious served as breakfast or brunch. You can also use corn instead of kūtai, or even fresh, canned, or smoked fish.
Rewena paraoa is a traditional Māori bread. It has a lovely light texture with a slightly sour tang (similar to sourdough bread).
This combines two kiwi favourites – spaghetti and scrambled eggs.
Bacon and eggs - yum! A tasty kiwi favourite. You'll be sure to impress the whānau. Choose lean bacon with little visible fat.
Wheat biscuits have been fuelling kiwis since Sir Ed climbed Mt Everest. At under 50-cents for two wheat biscuits and milk, this is one of the cheapest breakfast options. Perfect for an after-school snack too.
A kiwi favourite for generations. Just minutes from can to plate. Give kids the energy they need to play better.
Custard is a traditional kiwi dessert. But add some fruit to left-over custard and you've got a breakfast that will have the kids ready to power through the day. Make extra custard the night before and save some for breakfast.
Pikelets have long been a kiwi favourite. Make these on Sunday afternoon so they are ready for the week ahead. These also make tasty lunchbox snacks.
Warm milk turns wheat biscuits into a hearty, warming breakfast on cooler days. Warm up and kick-start your brain and body with this tasty, low-cost breakfast.
This will be a winner with your family. Much tastier and cheaper than store bought - plus, less sugar and fat! There's no need to follow the recipe exactly - use whatever you have on hand, or whatever your family likes.
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