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Presenters to share their top recipes as part of STV Children’s Appeal’s Big Scottish Breakfast 2020

STV presenters have helped launch the broadcaster’s latest charity campaign by sharing their favourite breakfast recipes.

As part of the STV Children’s Appeal’s Big Scottish Breakfast 2020, the likes of John Mackay and Kelly Ann Woodland have revealed how they like their eggs in the morning.

The stars will share the secrets from their kitchens on the STV Appeal’s social media channels, with the recipes ranging from the elaborate (Emma Cameron’s spicy kedgeree) to the slightly more straightforward (John Mackay’s basic boiled egg).

This year’s Big Scottish Breakfast takes place on 16 October and will raise money for families across Scotland who have been struggling to put food on their tables as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

The STV Children’s Appeal hopes Scots will gather together, either virtually or where social distancing permits, to enjoy a shared breakfast and donate whatever they can to help vulnerable children and families.

Natalie Wright, STV Children’s Appeal Campaign Manager, said: “STV’s most familiar faces have got all the right ingredients to launch this year’s Big Scottish Breakfast in style!

“We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but it’s sadly not always available to the one in four children living in poverty in Scotland.

“Despite the unusual circumstances, I hope schools, businesses and families across the country can still join in with their own Big Scottish Breakfasts on 16 October to raise money for those who so vitally need it, perhaps now more than ever.”


More information on taking part in the Big Scottish Breakfast 2020 is available at stv.tv/appeal