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9 Videos (12m)
    • Introduction

      0:53
    • Project Description

      0:18
    • What You Need

      0:54
    • Overnight Oats

      2:27
    • Carrot Cake Breakfast Cookies

      2:05
    • Chocolate Avocado Chia Pudding

      1:10
    • Mini Broccoli & Cheese Frittata

      2:08
    • Slow Cooker Banana Coconut Oats

      1:50
    • Thank you!

      0:35

About This Class

Too busy for breakfast? Not anymore. Take this class and your breakfast game will never be the same. Join food bloggers, best-selling cookbook authors and breakfast obsessives, Laura Keogh and Ceri Marsh from Sweet Potato Chronicles as they share their favorite recipes and strategies. First up, stop making breakfast in the morning! In this class you’ll learn why breakfast is so important to your health and wellbeing, how to pre-prep and a create a roster of make-ahead breakfasts that will have you taking on the day like a boss. You’ll prepare a series of delicious, healthy recipes and learn how to plan, batch cook and store food safely. This class is for students, professionals, families - anyone who needs to start their day with energy (but feels like they don’t have the time). Little to no cooking experience is required for this class. Come on, let’s have breakfast!

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Simple, practical recipes for all skill levels. I loved the avocado chia pudding!
yummy!
Love it! Simple and fun

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Ceri Marsh + Laura Keogh

Sweet Potato Chronicles

Ceri Marsh and Laura Keogh are magazine editors turned food bloggers, and the team behind Sweet Potato Chronicles. SPC is all about encouraging people to get into the kitchen, have fun and take control of their health through food. As healthy food experts, they frequently appear on tv and radio, contribute regularly to Today.com and Metro News. Their first cookbook, How to Feed a Family; The Sweet Potato Chronicles Cookbook was a best seller. They're currently at work on their second book. And feeling nostalgic for the days when dinner was cereal eaten over the kitchen sink. If you enjoy our classes and would like to get more great recipes and ideas, sign up for our newsletter at Sweet Potato Chronicles