February usually means an inundation of red, heart shaped recipes, am I right? Well, I’d like to add just a few more of those to your list of fun, love-themed recipes that you can make this month, or any time of year that you’re feeling festive, or just feel like having a delicious snack! These can be made for breakfast or snack, or even given as a gift if you throw them in a pretty bo ...[Read More]
Time for a new recipe to bring in the New Year! This is an easy, healthy, and delicious recipe that will give you the energy you need to kick start 2014! Warm Blueberry Cashew Parfait Serves 1 Ingredients: 1/2 cup fresh blueberries 1/2 cup plain Greek yogurt 2 tablespoons cashews Directions: Cook 1/2 cup of blueberries with 1 tablespoon agave nectar over low heat until the blueberries start ...[Read More]
This smoothie is the best energy boost for a busy morning and is so simple and easy to make! Plus, the added chia seeds and flax seeds make it a perfect holistic healthy breakfast to start your day. You can change it up every time by adding different berries or type of non-dairy milk!
This parfait is a delectable way to start your day off right! It is almost too easy to make for how delicious it looks and tastes.
This oatmeal is such a great and sweet way to spice up the usual oats! Plus it is so simple to make! Added little bonus is that pumpkin is often an overlooked source of fiber, this delicious breakfast will keep you feeling full for longer!
This is not your typical egg "McMuffin"! Since a muffin tray typically has about 8-12 spots, this recipe makes about 4-6 servings! One serving is 2 muffins, so these are great to save and microwave later, or bring to work in the morning to share!
This breakfast is always my go-to for a busy day. It's packed full of protein and provides tons of lasting energy and fullness!
This breakfast smoothie is full of protein and tastes delicious. It is a great way to start your morning off with a ton of antioxidants and energy.
With all the hype on the latest trendy foods, juices, bars, etc etc, we forget about some of the MOST basic, natural and MOST healthy: EGGS! I eat eggs almost every day, and usually several times a day. I throw an egg or two into everything from my soup or stir-fry (not only does this add protein and nutrients, you will be addicted when you see how much it adds flavor and thickness), to simple har ...[Read More]
That’s right, pudding for breakfast! What could be better?! This pudding is delish and a breeze to make! The directions are so simple!
This healthy spin on the usual pancake will have you wondering how it could possibly be so good and so good for you! They will also rev up your energy levels for a nighttime gym sesh or big night out! Believe it or not, they are also easy to make!
This refreshing breakfast is simple to make and great to keep in your fridge at all times. So, I recommend making a big batch!
This protein-packed breakfast is a sure fire way to boost your morning energy! It is easy and quick to not only make, but eat on your way to work as well!
Yes, you can have a delicious breakfast sandwich and still be healthy! This scramble over toast is a wholesome recipe for a filling and delicious open-faced sandwich. Not to mention it is quick and easy to make!
This wholesome breakfast is a delicious way to start your day with tons of protein! The scarmable tastes delicious witha nice glass of almond milk or an almond milk latte and some blueberries. It is really easy to make, too!
Healthy nuts or granola are a great way to add some crunch to greek yogurt! The blend of sweet nuts in this antioxidant-rich breakfast is very important, and cannot be substituted for other nuts, as those do not hold the same nutritional value. Also, if you don't like your coffee black, you can add a splash of almond milk or Truvia sweetener for taste!
This is a sure way to HEALTHFULLY warm-up any morning and set you off on an energized, proactive day! Oats are incredibly versatile and THIS recipe is a sweet twist on our classic apples and cinnamon. MUCH better than any of those instant packets in the market that are filled with tons of extra sugar (and calories!) this recipe is a snap and nearly just as quick to fix!