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Breakfast Jules Sebastian swears by to get her health back on track



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TV presenter and fashion stylist Jules Sebastian has shared the breakfast recipe she swears by to get her health back on track after the holidays, and it can be whipped up in under 40 minutes.

The 41-year-old mum-of-two said for anyone who needs a ‘dose of health for breakfast’ after the excesses of Christmas and New Year, the recipe is perfect – and packed full of nutrients and vitamins to get you back to feeling your best.

‘Need a healthy dose of health, so this one’s going in the oven for breakfast,’ Jules posted on Instagram on Sunday night.

‘Very similar to a quiche except no pastry because well…..lazy! Best part about this is you can literally chuck in anything you have in the fridge and you’re set for breakfast!’ 

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Jules said she often finds breakfast problematic as by the time she normally gets around to eating, it’s lunchtime.

But the frittata is a brilliant time-saving option that can be kept in the fridge for two or three days:

‘You can make a frittata the night before, put it in the fridge and eat it whenever you get hungry or after you’ve dropped the kids at school,’ Jules said.

‘It’s very healthy and full of protein, and you can basically use whatever is in your fridge.’

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How to make Jules Sebastian’s breakfast frittata 

INGREDIENTS

Six whisked eggs



a pizza cooking in an oven: Jules shared her recipe for a breakfast frittata (pictured) online


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Jules shared her recipe for a breakfast frittata (pictured) online

One cup of milk

Salt and pepper

Sprinkling of Parmesan cheese

 Spinach

Mushrooms

Zucchini

Tomatoes

Asparagus 

Hot smoked salmon

METHOD 

1. Cut up all of your vegetables and grate items like the zucchini.

2. Whisk six eggs with one cup of milk and some salt and pepper.

3. Layer all of the ingredients over one another, adding some goat’s cheese and hot smoked salmon at the end.

4. Sprinkle some salt and pepper on top of your dish.

5. Pop the frittata in the oven for 30 minutes at 180 degrees Celsius.

6. Serve hot with a side salad or refrigerate for up to three days. 

Source: Jules Sebastian 



a woman standing in front of a plate of food: On this occasion, Jules said she combined six whisked eggs with a cup of milk and salt and pepper, along with hot smoked salmon, goat's cheese and various vegetables; she said you can use whatever is in the fridge (pictured cooking)


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On this occasion, Jules said she combined six whisked eggs with a cup of milk and salt and pepper, along with hot smoked salmon, goat’s cheese and various vegetables; she said you can use whatever is in the fridge (pictured cooking)



a woman standing in a kitchen: On this occasion, Jules said she combined six whisked eggs with a cup of milk and salt and pepper, along with hot smoked salmon, goat's cheese and various vegetables; she said you can use whatever is in the fridge (pictured cooking)


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On this occasion, Jules said she combined six whisked eggs with a cup of milk and salt and pepper, along with hot smoked salmon, goat’s cheese and various vegetables; she said you can use whatever is in the fridge (pictured cooking)

On this occasion, Jules said she combined six whisked eggs with a cup of milk and salt and pepper, a sprinkling of Parmesan cheese, spinach, mushrooms, zucchini, tomatoes, asparagus and some hot smoked salmon.

‘I also added a few squares of goat’s cheese for extra flavour,’ she said.

She then combined all of them in a pan and cooked the frittata in the oven for 30 minutes on 180 degrees Celsius.

‘The goat’s cheese and salmon add so much flavour to this dish,’ Jules said.

‘But remember zucchini gathers a lot of moisture, so try and squeeze as much as you can out of it once you’ve grated it, before you put it into the frittata.’



a box filled with different types of food: Jules said she combined all of the ingredients in a pan and cooked the frittata in the oven for 30 minutes on 180 degrees Celsius (the frittata pictured)


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Jules said she combined all of the ingredients in a pan and cooked the frittata in the oven for 30 minutes on 180 degrees Celsius (the frittata pictured)



a woman standing in front of a window posing for the camera: Thousands who saw Jules's (pictured) frittata were impressed with the recipe, writing things like 'looks amazing - I can't wait to try it' and 'what a great breakfast'


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Thousands who saw Jules’s (pictured) frittata were impressed with the recipe, writing things like ‘looks amazing – I can’t wait to try it’ and ‘what a great breakfast’

Thousands who saw the frittata were impressed with the recipe, writing things like ‘looks amazing – I can’t wait to try it’ and ‘what a great breakfast’.

‘Hot frittata tip – pan grill your veg (including onion) prior and add a little masala curry powder,’ one woman wrote.

‘You could cut it into portions and freeze it so it lasts longer,’ another commenter added.  



a little boy that is standing in the grass: Jules has gained a name for herself on Instagram for sharing simple healthy recipes with her followers that she makes for her family on a daily basis (pictured with her kids)


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Jules has gained a name for herself on Instagram for sharing simple healthy recipes with her followers that she makes for her family on a daily basis (pictured with her kids)

Jules has gained a name for herself on Instagram for sharing simple healthy recipes with her followers that she makes for her family on a daily basis.

Recent examples of her cooking include pavlova grazing boards and antipasto Christmas trees, which are perfect for the festive season.

To see more from Jules, please visit her Instagram profile here.  

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