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Roz Purcell is a bestselling cookery author and entrepreneur. Roz has successfully launched a stellar media career which includes a winning role on Come Dine with Me Ireland, a guest chef appearance on TV3’s the Restaurant, and a stint as a Celebrity Bainisteor on RTE. Her passion for healthy food and lifestyle has earned her thousands of followers on social media in recent years.

Natural Born Feeder

Type Breakfast & Brunch

Easy Spanish Omelette
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Easy Spanish Omelette

Whether you’re looking for healthy breakfast inspo or an easy midweek dinner, this is the perfect recipe! A twist on the classic omelette, this sweet potato Spanish omelette is a wholesome dish that will leave clean plates behind.   I always opt for Bord Bia Quality Assured Eggs as part of my weekly food shop. […]

Breakfast Burrito Wraps
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Breakfast Burrito Wraps

These healthy breakfast burrito recipes are simple to make and super filling to keep you going until lunch. Packed with vegetables and protein it’s the perfect quick, delicious breakfast dish whether you’re on the go or have some time to sit and enjoy. This recipe is also suitable for any time of the day not […]

Chickpea Shakshuka
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Chickpea Shakshuka

My favourite recipe chickpea scramble meets my other favourite kind of breakfast – shakshuka. This is so yum especially if you guys already love the chickpea scramble this just adds so much extra flavour without adding too much time, I swear!  If you are new to natural born feeder you may be wondering about nutritional […]

Baked Savoury Proats
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Baked Savoury Proats

You’d think I would get sick of proats by now but…NEVER 😂 There’s so many flavours you can make and they all make me so happy to open my tuber-ware. So for baked proats I make them the night before (let cool, slice and pop into my tupperware tin). I eat mine cold in the […]

Chia Jam
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Chia Jam

Who else loves jam? I grew up making jam with my mum and granny. It’s always been a staple topping in our cupboards. Obviously traditional jams are very heavy in sugar so if you are looking to make your own version with no fuss let me introduce you to chia jam. I use chia jam […]

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