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Lazy Sundays are the perfect opportunity to stay in bed far too long, emerge dishevelled after much procrastination and make a special breakfast, or head our for a bite to eat. Here’s our pic of weekend breakfast recipes to get you started, and a rundown on our contributors’ top activities for lazing away the seventh day of the week.

Lazy Sunday Breakfast Recipes

Try this selection of great breakfast recipes when you have time on your next Sunday off work:

You can also check out Khoollect’s tips for whipping up the perfect eggs from home.

Egg Break Avocado

How We Spend Our Sundays

Khoollect Editor-in-Chief, Rachel Khoo (London, England)

Read the Sunday papers, go for a late brunch, then meander through Columbia Road flower market around 3pm and pick up some beautiful flowers. Grab a custard doughnut from St John’s bakery. Head to an exhibition (Barbican have a great Eames exhibition at the mo). Then, get home and have a soak in the tub and read some trashy magazine. Follow that up by snuggling on the sofa to watch a TV series.

Khoollect Creative Editor, Lara Messer (Glasgow/London)

At home in Glasgow I read lazily in bed, with poached eggs on toast, an endless supply of coffee, my boyfriend and my cat. In London you’ll find me anywhere that has coffee, chocolate croissants and an inspiring coffee-table book.

Khoollect Food Editor, Frankie Unsworth (London)

A walk with the dog through the park and down the canal to Columbia Road. Then grab an armful of flowers and perch up at the bar at Brawn with a carafe of wine.

Khoollect Content Coordinator, Bex Shannon (New Zealand)

Sleep-in, make a lazy breakfast at home and read the paper, then go out for the rest of the day. A walk in the sun (if it’s shining), then go to the pub or visit friends.

Khoollect Deputy Editor, Sonya Gellert (Brisbane/London)

Sunday mornings are best spent in the local park with a great book or beautiful magazine.

Lazy like Sunday Mornings

Professional dog trainer, Oli Juste (London)

Family snooze time, late breakfast with Radio 2 on, followed by a walk and a throw with Bernard. My dog is terrible in the morning! It’s impossible to get him out of bed, so having a lie-in is easy.

Perlie Rides bike shop owner, Adam Rider (London)

Pavillion Café in East London with a mocha and eggs florentine.

Shoe lover and Peponita Shoes founder, Sigrid Gelati-Meinert (London)

Well, definitely shopping on Columbia Road. But if I wasn’t on Columbia Road, my ideal Sunday morning would start with a swim at Brockwell Lido followed by brunch at the Lido Cafe with a copy of Sunday Times Style. Then if I’m feeling particularly indulgent, I’d buy a Greek Frozen Yogurt from Chill Box in Brixton Village.

Square Root London soda brewer, Ed Taylor (London)

On the Hackney Marshes with a thermos and two mad whippet dogs running around (wellies a necessity).

A Petal Unfolds founder, Susan Beech (Brighton)

At home eating pancakes for breakfast.

Filmmaker and photographer, Marie C (New York)

In my kitchen making bread.

Lazy Sunday Lunch

Tea expert and Teaspoons & Petals blogger, Alexis Siemons (Philadelphia)

At the Headhouse farmer’s market located in the historic part of the Society Hill neighbourhood.

Paris-based creative behind Prêt à Voyager, Anne Stark Ditmeyer  (Paris)

The morning market at Bastille followed by a coffee or brunch at Café de l’Industrie, which I love for the traditional French ambiance – ironically harder to find these days.

Eat, Little Bird blogger Thanh Berthou (Zurich)

Café Sprüngli at Paradeplatz is a lovely place for a continental breakfast. They make beautiful breads and pastries, but I love their chocolate truffle brioche and bircher muesli.

Nutritionist and legume fanatic, Divya Jagasia (Stockholm)

Preparing a generous feast to be enjoyed while watching a good film with my husband.

Tell us in the comments below how you like to spend your lazy Sundays…

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Lazy Sundays are the perfect opportunity to stay in bed far too long, emerge dishevelled after much procrastination and make a special breakfast, or head our for a bite to eat. Here’s our pic of weekend breakfast recipes to get you started, and a rundown on our contributors’ top activities for lazing away the seventh day of the week.

Lazy Sunday Breakfast Recipes

Try this selection of great breakfast recipes when you have time on your next Sunday off work:

You can also check out Khoollect’s tips for whipping up the perfect eggs from home.

Egg Break Avocado

How We Spend Our Sundays

Khoollect Editor-in-Chief, Rachel Khoo (London, England)

Read the Sunday papers, go for a late brunch, then meander through Columbia Road flower market around 3pm and pick up some beautiful flowers. Grab a custard doughnut from St John’s bakery. Head to an exhibition (Barbican have a great Eames exhibition at the mo). Then, get home and have a soak in the tub and read some trashy magazine. Follow that up by snuggling on the sofa to watch a TV series.

Khoollect Creative Editor, Lara Messer (Glasgow/London)

At home in Glasgow I read lazily in bed, with poached eggs on toast, an endless supply of coffee, my boyfriend and my cat. In London you’ll find me anywhere that has coffee, chocolate croissants and an inspiring coffee-table book.

Khoollect Food Editor, Frankie Unsworth (London)

A walk with the dog through the park and down the canal to Columbia Road. Then grab an armful of flowers and perch up at the bar at Brawn with a carafe of wine.

Khoollect Content Coordinator, Bex Shannon (New Zealand)

Sleep-in, make a lazy breakfast at home and read the paper, then go out for the rest of the day. A walk in the sun (if it’s shining), then go to the pub or visit friends.

Khoollect Deputy Editor, Sonya Gellert (Brisbane/London)

Sunday mornings are best spent in the local park with a great book or beautiful magazine.

Lazy like Sunday Mornings

Professional dog trainer, Oli Juste (London)

Family snooze time, late breakfast with Radio 2 on, followed by a walk and a throw with Bernard. My dog is terrible in the morning! It’s impossible to get him out of bed, so having a lie-in is easy.

Perlie Rides bike shop owner, Adam Rider (London)

Pavillion Café in East London with a mocha and eggs florentine.

Shoe lover and Peponita Shoes founder, Sigrid Gelati-Meinert (London)

Well, definitely shopping on Columbia Road. But if I wasn’t on Columbia Road, my ideal Sunday morning would start with a swim at Brockwell Lido followed by brunch at the Lido Cafe with a copy of Sunday Times Style. Then if I’m feeling particularly indulgent, I’d buy a Greek Frozen Yogurt from Chill Box in Brixton Village.

Square Root London soda brewer, Ed Taylor (London)

On the Hackney Marshes with a thermos and two mad whippet dogs running around (wellies a necessity).

A Petal Unfolds founder, Susan Beech (Brighton)

At home eating pancakes for breakfast.

Filmmaker and photographer, Marie C (New York)

In my kitchen making bread.

Lazy Sunday Lunch

Tea expert and Teaspoons & Petals blogger, Alexis Siemons (Philadelphia)

At the Headhouse farmer’s market located in the historic part of the Society Hill neighbourhood.

Paris-based creative behind Prêt à Voyager, Anne Stark Ditmeyer  (Paris)

The morning market at Bastille followed by a coffee or brunch at Café de l’Industrie, which I love for the traditional French ambiance – ironically harder to find these days.

Eat, Little Bird blogger Thanh Berthou (Zurich)

Café Sprüngli at Paradeplatz is a lovely place for a continental breakfast. They make beautiful breads and pastries, but I love their chocolate truffle brioche and bircher muesli.

Nutritionist and legume fanatic, Divya Jagasia (Stockholm)

Preparing a generous feast to be enjoyed while watching a good film with my husband.

Tell us in the comments below how you like to spend your lazy Sundays…

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