Nutrition - Breakfast at Tesco's

15th May 2009 at 01:00
Primary pupil to have creation turned into a recipe card

A primary pupil who won a competition to come up with a healthy Scottish breakfast is set to have her creation turned into a recipe card by the supermarket chain Tesco.

Kathryn Grace, 12, a P7 pupil at Newburgh Primary in Fife, won the competition with her recipe for Farm House Fruit Crunch, made from oats, yogurt, honey and fruit.

The competition was run by the Home Grown Cereals Authority, the Royal Highland Education Trust and Tesco Scotland as part of Farmhouse Breakfast Week held earlier this year.

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