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Smoked salmon brunch muffins

Smoked salmon brunch muffins

Smoked salmon brunch muffins

We’ve all got spare muffins in the pantry, so put them to good use with these smoked salmon brunch muffins. Chances are you’ll have everything you need in the pantry already.

Smoked salmon brunch muffins

Eggs and salmon provide B12 which allows your central nervous system to work well.

 Ashleigh Feltham (MNutrDiet)

In the mood for some brunch muffins? Then look no further than this delicious and nutritious recipe. The star, as always, is Safcol Smoked Salmon, a fantastic source of omega 3 fat. As a fattier fish it helps to keep your brain working well and your cholesterol levels in a healthier ratio. This means more ‘good’ HDL cholesterol to ‘bad’ LDL cholesterol. Salmon is also a great source of protein and a good source of iron.

The eggs and cream cheese in addition to the salmon add iodine which helps your thyroid stay healthy. Also, the eggs, cheese and salmon provide B12 which allows your central nervous system to work well and helps make red blood cells. Another standout nutrient in all three foods is choline, needed for healthy brain and central nervous system function.

The perfect combo of eggs and cream cheese give your body calcium and vitamin D. Calcium is important for strong bones and teeth and normal muscle contractions while vitamin D allows calcium to be absorbed properly in your body.

The rocket leaves add potassium needed for healthy blood pressure and folate needed to help repair any damage done to your DNA. Adding lemon will give vitamin C which helps your immune system work well. Adding to the immune support is the onions due to their antioxidant quercetin.

Finally, the multi-grain muffins have nutrition benefits in their seeds. This includes B vitamins needed for the food you eat to be used as energy as well as fibre to keep you fuller for longer. So the next time you are in the mood for brunch, this is a must go-to recipe.

Nutritional Information

Nutritional Information 
Serving Size340g
Average qty per serveAverage qty per 100g
Energy2910kJ855kJ
Protein57.8g17.0g
Fat, total
- saturated
38.3g
16.1g
11.3g
4.7g
Carbohydrate
-sugars
26.8g
5.5g
7.9g
1.6g
Sodium2110mg620mg
This nutritional information has been created using the foodstandards.gov.au online tool. While every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy, it should be considered a guide only.

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