Brunch with Mix Apparel

The Bar Counter snacks

Nothing beats brunch on the weekend especially after a little exercise, it's such a relaxing way to ease into my days off after I've got my work out done and dusted. Before I workout, I always have a pre-workout snack and The Bar Counter is perfect. It's delicious, all natural and packed with nuts and dried fruit. Peanut butter is my absolute fave at the moment!

Getting to brunch is even easier when I workout in my Mix Apparel because I don't have to bother changing. I never look out of place at brunch with Mix Apparel because the pieces are stylish and crisp, it's as though you never even worked out! The range is available at more than 700 Coles Supermarkets right now where the majority of these super stylish pieces are priced at an affordable $10 or under.

The pieces and fabric are so comfortable, and the colours are so versatile. Plus you can't go past the value and quality of the pieces, I mean affordable gym gear? Unheard of. After my back yard workout I grab my handbag and walk (which doubles as a cool-down!) to my local cafe for a coffee and my favourite brunch meal, baked eggs.

I thought I'd recreate these cafe-style baked eggs so you guys can make it at home if you've never tried them before. The best part is you can even have this dish in the oven whilst you workout! Talk about motivation!

(Makes one)
Serve 1 egg
1/2 cup diced or crushed tomatoes (from a can is ok too)
1/2 tsp paprika
1/4 tsp ground cumin
Pinch of salt and pepper
2 tbs lentils, can be from a can or dry
Toasted pita bread for dunking

Preheat your oven to 180 degrees Celsius
Place tomatoes, paprika, cumin, lentils, and salt and pepper, into a ramekin and mix it together
Make a little well in the mixture with a spoon and crack your egg into the middle
Bake for 15-20 minutes until the egg is just set
You can cook it for more or less time depending on how you like your eggs
Serve while hot with some toasted pita to dunk in