Best ever recipes for a hangover

If you've gone a bit over the top over the festive season, these hangover-curing recipes will help your body to recuperate after drinking. Go for indulgent comfort food, or stock up on antioxidants in vitamin-rich foods

Hangover Bloody Mary

Start things off with a kick, the perfect cure for that New Year’s Day hangover. Serve this Bloody Mary at brunch to blow away the cobwebs from the overindulgence of the festive period


Ham, egg and asparagus tart

Antioxidant-rich asparagus and eggs make a pretty and delicious hangover cute in this indulgent tart recipe

Smoky cannellini beans on garlic toast

Trusty beans on toast is a great hangover cure – this recipe for smoky cannelloni beans on garlic toast is packed with flavour, vegetarian, ready in just 20 minutes AND under 500 calories

Quick croque madame

Croque madame is a classic favourite and this quick version makes for an easy indulgent meal. Ready in just 30 minutes, it’s perfect to turn your morning sunny-side up

Prawn and mushroom miso soup

Antioxidant-rich mushrooms are packed in to this comforting miso soup – it’s healthy and warming to cheer up your mood

Fontina, prosciutto and sage-stuffed French toast

The ultimate eggy bread. A delicious toasted cheese sandwich. French toast filled with fontina, sage and prosciutto. Whatever you call it, this is a special comfort food recipe for four

Cornbread with harissa-stewed tomatoes, avo and poached eggs

This will become a brunch staple. Poaching eggs for a crowd might seem daunting but we’ve made it easy

Supergreen smoothie

Drink this healthy green smoothie for a quick, nutrient-packed pick-me-up. Cucumber, spinach, lime and kiwi are a great combination and the avocado adds a lovely texture

No-knead pizza with fennel, Italian sausage and burrata

There’s no cure like pizza :-) This recipe for no-knead pizza with fennel, Italian sausage and burrata is a bit of a leap of faith, but once you get used to the dough, it’s a great method to have up your sleeve

Roasted tomatoes and avocado on toast

This delicious healthy breakfast, lunch or snack couldn’t be easier to put together. Tomatoes contain lots of vitamin C and hangover-tackling powers

Linguine with tuna, lemon and dill

A seriously simple, homely pasta dish that everyone will love – tuna helps the body fight against hangover symptoms, so it’s win-win. Tuna is tossed together with red onion, lemon and dill and served on top of fresh linguine

Baked eggs with spinach

Baked eggs with spinach is the perfect dish for a lighter brunch – the spinach gives your liver a helping hand and eggs wash away toxins. It feels indulgent, but baked with spinach, mushrooms and low-fat crème fraîche, this comes in at under 200 calories per serving

Chinese chicken noodle broth

If you love the bowls of Asian soup noodles you now find in restaurants on every high street, you’ll be thrilled to discover how easy they are to make at home. This Chinese chicken noodle broth is a great way of using up leftover roast chicken and soothing your hangover with proper home comforts

Pear and chocolate puddings

So apparently pears are great for hangovers… who’d have known! We love these individual little pots of chocolate sponge and pear. Just add cream to serve and let your family and friends dive in

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