Since starting on the Weight Watchers diet I have been obsessing over food, though mainly down to the fact I want to learn new recipes so that the boredom does not set in. For me, once the boredom sets in, I can kiss goodbye to the weight loss.
There is no-one better to ask for recipes than your mother and we recently had a reminiscing session regarding all the food we used to cook when we went caravanning. How my mum could master up such culinary delights in a tiny cooking space with limited cookware is beyond me. Though she did and the food was testament to her talents!
So I thought for the first recipe on my blog, I would showcase a favourite of mine that can easily be cooked inside the home kitchen or outside on a camping stove! Enjoy!
All In One – All Day Breakfast
For cooking in the oven in a large dish…
3 teaspoons of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
4 Cumberland Sausages
Handful of chopped Mushrooms
3 tomatoes (cut into quarters)
4 rashers of Bacon (smoked bacon rocks!)
4 medium/large eggs
1. Start by pre-heating the oven to 200°C
2. Add the Sausages and Mushrooms to the dish and drizzle the Extra Virgin Olive Oil over the top.
3. Place the dish in the middle of the oven for 10 minutes or so (keep your eye on the sausages!). Turn the Sausages and Mushrooms to ensure even cooking.
4. Arrange the Bacon and Tomatoes around the Sausages and Mushrooms and cook for a further 10 minutes.
5. Pull the dish out of the oven and make 4 little wells around the food in order to crack the Eggs into. This will help bind all the food together. Place the dish back into the oven for a further 4-6 minutes depending on how you prefer your eggs. Everyone has their own preference when it comes to eggs so keep your eye on them!
6. When the Eggs have been cooked to your liking, simply slice up the food into equal portions and serve. Serve with toast for an authentic full English Breakfast!
This recipe has to be an all time favourite of mine, the fact that it can be cooked anywhere, eaten inside or al fresco! The food is easy to find, store and cook, so it’s just a case of locating the perfect camping spot!
Disclosure: I was not paid for this post, however I was gifted some lovely Lakeland cookware. The recipe is my take on an old classic – all words are my own.