English breakfast
One of the most typical british meals

We have all spent more time at home lately and, once again, we prepared a typical English breakfast over the weekend. Our favourite breakfast!

Typically, a Full English Breakfast always includes eggs (scrambled or fried), sausages, bacon, tomatoes, mushrooms, fried bread and sometimes some black pudding, baked beans and potato roasties.

Anyone who has ever visited the English Isles will have seen or tasted this food in a pub or café. Traditionally served as a hearty breakfast, it is often served all day.

The hearty breakfast dates back to the Middle Ages, when people usually had only two meals a day. Breakfast was late and dinner was leftovers.

With us, it's more likely to be planned as a weekend brunch, where you can take your time while you relax and read the newspaper.

What does a Full English Breakfast look like for you?

Banana pancakes without flour

Pancake day, also called Shrove Tuesday, is celebrated in February or March in England, exactly 47 days before Easter Sunday. This simple, flourless version is a great breakfast, not only in England.

Still some brown bananas in the fruit bowl? Use them for this recipe. Together with yoghurt and blueberries, a refreshingly sweet and satisfying treat.

Children love these pancakes.

Ingredients for 2 people (approx. 10 small pancakes):

- 2 bananas

- 4 eggs

- 1 tsp cinnamon

- 1 1/2 tsp vanilla essence

- pinch of salt

- butter for baking

Blend eggs, banana chunks, cinnamon, vanilla essence and salt in a blender (or mix well with a fork).

Melt coconut oil or butter in a pan over medium heat. Pour small portions of the batter mixture into the pan (2-3 pancakes per baking round, depending on the size of the pan). Turn each after 1-2 minutes, fry until golden brown.

Our suggestion for a healthy and delicious topping:

Blueberries & Greek yoghurt & maple syrup.

Have fun trying them out,

Recipe by Nora French - Health Coach


Sloe gin - make it yourself

We are already in the weekend mood and so today we have a typical English drink for you. Sloe is the English word for the fruits of the blackthorn and Sloe Gin is a gin-based liqueur.

For the homemade Sloe Gin you need the following ingredients:

  • 500g ripe sloe berries
  • 250g golden fine granulated sugar
  • 1 litre of gin


  1. Wash and dry the berries well. Prick the berries with a fork or toothpick, then pour the berries into large preserving jars.
  2. Add the sugar and gin and seal the jars well. Shake well. Shake the jar(s) daily for a week. Store the jars in the cool and dark for 2 to 3 months.
  3. Then filter the liquid with a Muslin cloth and pour it into clean, dry bottles. Seal well and label. The sloe gin can now be enjoyed, though - a little tip: like most things, sloe gin only gets better with time. So if possible, make this year and enjoy next year.

Cheers, as you would say in English!

Your SENLAC Team

Vitamin C Smoothie Power
stärkt das Immunsystem

Vitamin C is very important for a strong immune system, but how do you get enough of it through food? Simple - with a smoothie made from fruits and vegetables rich in vitamin C. Did you know, for example, that peppers contain even more vitamin C than oranges? Both are included in this delicious smoothie recipe. So your immune system gets an extra boost!

Ingredients (for 4 glasses):

  • 2 oranges
  • 1 yellow pepper
  • 1 carrot
  • 1 mango
  • juice of 1 lemon
  • 3 cm fresh turmeric
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 2 Medjoul dates (seeded)
  • 400 ml water

Preparation: Peel the orange, carrot and mango, cut into pieces and put into the blender. Cut the peppers, squeeze the lemon and add to the blender with all the other ingredients and mix!

Here you can find more recipes by Nora French (health coach & author of cookbooks like Healthy Fast Food)

Simple and healthy cooking
Your oven is your greatest friend!

Take a lot of vegetables, cut them into pieces, marinate them with olive oil, herbs, pepper and salt and put them in the oven for 30-40 minutes at 170 degrees - that's it. Make your kids (and yourself) extra happy with all kinds of fried vegetables; sweet potato, parsnip, carrot or courgette!

Thanks to Nora French for the great recipe (Health Coach & Author of cookbooks like Healthy Fast Food).

Good Vibes & Good Vitamins
Our remedy against Corona

Our nutrition tip: A healthy smoothie tastes good and also strengthens the immune system. Instead of serving your smoothie in a glass, pour it into a bowl and sprinkle with fruit and coconut chips.

Simply delicious! The Smoothie Bowl is creamier than a smoothie, so it's better to eat it with a spoon. It is very easy and quick to prepare. A great way to eat extra vegetables and fruit. This green version with mango, avocado and spinach is sweet and fresh, wonderfully creamy and a real feast for the eyes!

Ingredients for 2 people:

  • 1 ripe mango
  • 1 ripe avocado
  • juice of one lime
  • 2 handfuls of spinach
  • 10 mint leaves
  • 100 ml water
  • 2 tablespoons of coconut chips for decoration

- Peel and cut the avocado and mango into pieces and put them into the blender with all the other ingredients (keep a few pieces of mango for decoration).

- Add the water and blend to a creamy mousse.

- Spread the mousse over 2 bowls and decorate with mango pieces and coconut chips.

Thanks to Nora French for the great recipe (health coach & author of cookbooks like Healthy Fast Food).

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