Breakfast, as they say, is the most important meal of the day.
So why not make it the most impressive? All without even trying that hard...
Instant bacon, ostrich eggs, hash waffles? It’s all here for your amped-up brekkie time.
Flash fry some seeds and throw them into a great big bowl of Greek yogurt and honey. Simple, photogenic and delicious.
Having a fry up? Substitute sausages for Scotland’s national dish. In a rush? Just plonk an egg on it and you’re good to go.
Cooking for 20? Or a giant? Ditch the hen eggs and mix up some scrambled with an ostrich egg. They weigh about 2kg and are the equivalent of 24 hen eggs.
Failing that, stirring a bowl of Coco Pops until the milk goes really chocolatey will also provide a similar morning sugar-boost.
Some butchers make these very special bangers. Alternatively, fry some sausages in a puddle of ale yourself - we call it 'hair of the pig'.
Pass on the sugar. Go Vietnamese and sweeten coffee with condensed milk. A classy start to the day.
Make a fry up in one pan. Fry everything separately and then when you’re ready to serve, pop everything back in the pan, crack a few eggs in amongst it all, swirl, finish under the grill and you’ve got a fry up in an ocean of egg.
Slice a pepper straight down the middle and fry an egg in it. Add chilies and tomatoes to turn it into the Mexican dish 'huevos rancheros'. If you mess it up, the yolk’s on you.
Typically American pancakes are made with baking powder. Amp up the puffiness by replacing the plain flour with self-raising flour.
Bored of plain old delicious, drooling-all-over-your-slippers maple syrup? Try some smoked maple syrup instead. Oh yes. Just use sparingly.
Get a freezer bag, stuff it with some berries and a few slices of banana and bung it in the freezer. Go to bed. Wake up. Blitz the contents of the bag in a blender and there’s your morning smoothie all ready for you to down.
Got a waffle maker? Put your rashers of bacon in that bad boy and seconds later you’ve got crispy as hell bacon. You’re welcome.
Left the butter in the fridge overnight so it’s too hard spread in the morning? Don’t worry, we’ve a ‘grate' idea.
Go that extra mile by poaching your eggs in oil rather than water. You won’t regret it (but your heart might).
Make your breakfast fit for a God by tearing some smoked salmon and laying it on your scrambled eggs. Yum. Yum. And yum.
Freeze your yoghurts with sticks popped through the lids and slurp your yoghurt lollipop all the way to work.
Making hash browns in a waffle maker? Naughty.
Pour some Maple syrup in the pan when you’re cooking baked beans. Serve on sourdough for a real decadent kick.
Add some sliced up kale to your scrambled eggs as you cook them.
We’ve ripped this off Dishoom’s brunch menu but that’s because it tastes like heaven.
…in butter with a spoonful of yoghurt. Nuff’ said.
Sausage. Bacon rasher. Sliced mushrooms. Sliced tomatoes. Fried Egg. Bap. Done.
Swirl a spoonful of Nutella in those oats. Breakfast has never tasted so good.