Healthy fibre boosting recipes

Try these recipes to brighten up your morning. Whether it's breakfast to kickstart your day or even just a delicious and nutritious dish when time is tight. These recipes are backed by Harely Street nutritionalist Rhiannon Lambert and adored by presenter and wellness ambassador Mel Sykes, who says the Banana Slice is 'heaven sent!'

Banana & Blueberry Slice


1 heaped tbsp nut butter

1 slice of Burgen Soya and Linseed bread

1 medium banana (sliced)

Handful of blueberries

1–2 tsp chia seeds (or any seeds you like)

Honey or maple syrup, to drizzle (optional)


  •  Toast the bread and spread with the nut butter
  • Add the sliced banana and blueberries, sprinkle with seeds 
  • Serve with a drizzle of honey or maple syrup

Avocado Chips


2 avocados (ripe but still firm), halved, stoned and peeled

50g ground almonds

235ml milk of choice

50g breadcrumbs (Blast in food processor)

10g parsley

10g coriander

1 tbsp blanched almonds

2 slices Burgen Soya & Linseed bread

Black pepper

(Parsley and non-fat yogurt for dressing)


1. Preheat oven to 180°C

2. Cut avocado into fry shape slices. Combine the pepper, and almond flour together, and dredge the avocado in it.

3. Dip the avocado slices in the milk and then cover in the breadcrumbs

4. On a baking sheet, grease the paper with the olive oil. Place the avocado slices onto the tray

5. Bake for 20-22 minutes, turn them over 10 minutes in to cook other side

Green & Mean


1 slice of Burgen Soya and Linseed bread

1⁄2 ripe avocado

50g cooked and shelled edamame beans

Handful of watercress

Black pepper

Olive oil and toasted seeds, to serve (optional)


  • Toast the bread while you mash the avocado; season with pepper and then spread over the bread
  • Top with the edamame beans and watercress and finish with a drizzle of olive oil and some toasted seeds