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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

Egg White Oats!
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Egg White Oats!

My go to breakfast bowl. I know everyone is always asking me to make a video of how I make my egg white oats, so I’ve done just that! Egg whites not only add a tad bit of protein, but they make your oats bowl so creamy and expand to make that bowl seem way […]

Skin Nerd X NBF Recipe
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Skin Nerd X NBF Recipe

So, I love Jennifer aka the Skin Nerd, not only is she very knowledgeable but she’s also great craic. When Jennifer and I decided to collaborate I asked her to send me a list of ingredients great for your skin and from that I would create some Nerdy x NBF recipes. The first of the […]

The Best Chocolate Vegan Bread
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The Best Chocolate Vegan Bread

Chocolate bread….. spongey inside with a nice crispy crust! This bread is a weekly bake up now since I first started testing it back in September – I know serious back log. Anyway it encapsulates everything I love about baking – we’ve got some sneaky veg added in, the taste is so good and it’s […]

Fluffy Kefir Pancakes
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Fluffy Kefir Pancakes

Yes, another pancake recipe to add to my growing list! You really can’t have enough pancake recipes. I think at this stage I have enough pancake recipes to last me a couple months trying a new one every day – I will never get enough of them.   While trialing some new recipes, I make […]

Chickpea Scramble
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Chickpea Scramble

Grab a tin of chickpeas and let’s go! I’m a bit of an egg lover but when I recently started to replace some of my typical meals vegan options I now become addicted to chickpea scramble. It’s so easy to make and you always have a tin of chickpeas in the gaff!

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