I did! Summertime cocktails were moving, potato salad was piled high, burgers had been chowed on, parmesan cheese and crackers had been consumed, and the cake was gone; it had been a day full of endless eating. In fact, I captured myself mindless munching all day. And today that my brain realizes what went down, I’m upset about any of it. Summer BBQs earn again!
I know just what I need: some seriously good-for-you, juicing smoothie vegan stuff. With spinach, or kale… Or I don’t know… Simply GIVE ME ANYTHING BUT CHIPS AND CAKE!
Are you currently feeling the same manner? Please say yes.
Now We definitely can’t state to be always a wellness or nutrition expert, but I do know how exactly to prepare healthy snack foods and foods. And since so many of you are looking at eating healthy, I wanted to consider this possibility to talk about the types of foods I normally eat and give you ideas for a few healthy breakfast meals that may be conveniently prepared at home.
So what do I normally eat? Usually clean, unprocessed entire foods, including wholegrains, lean meats, fish, some dairy, healthy fats, and fruits and vegetables. This means cooking in the home, planning meals in advance, and resisting the urge to bake cookies and drink margs. And let me tell you, THAT is super difficult sometimes.
BUT with many of these great tasting options below (and in my own formula index ), I believe you’ll have plenty of recipes to start out your morning hours off healthy and delicious.
HEALTHY Breakfast time IDEAS
Whole Wheat Banana Quinoa Pancakes – these are one of my favorites especially topped with natural peanut butter! To read more about Zucchini boats – suncakemom.wordpress.com, visit the site. Make a batch, pop the leftovers within the fridge, then through the week simply take out two, reheat in the microwave and revel in! Throw in blueberries in the batter or chocolates chips if you’d like. They’re pancakes produced easy.
Oatmeal or Breakfast time Quinoa – Healthy wholegrains each day are the great way to start your day. I have a breakfast time quinoa recipe waiting around to become posted but for now have a look at this great tribute to oatmeal (with plenty of dishes) from Kath Eats Real Food
Gluten-free Banana Coconut Waffles with Vegan Coconut Whip Cream – That is one of my first recipes on my blog; it’s an excellent gluten-free choice. The vegan coconut whip cream is to die for.
Eggs – I eat eggs at least one time per day for either breakfast or dinner. Occasionally I make egg sandwiches like the one in the picture above. Usually though I’ll whip up an omelet using 1 egg and 3 egg whites; I also prefer to mix up my fillings. Here are some suggestions of what you can stuff or top your eggs with: smoked salmon, goat cheese, asparagus, green chile, avocado or guacamole, black beans, low-fat parmesan cheese, tomato vegetables, onion, etc. To get more great, easy egg formulas head to Fitness Magazine’s site I’ll also become posting a how-to make your own omelet sometime quickly!
Healthy Banana Breads – Um yes, banana bread can be healthy and lower in calories. I’ll confirm it to you! Try my low-fat oatmeal blueberry banana breads or my healthful coconut banana bread Probably I’ll make even more banana breads quickly.
Baked Acorn Squash with Honey-Cinnamon Greek Yogurt – Don’t lose out on this! I would recommend using nonfat ordinary or vanilla greek yogurt. You’ll be astonished by how creamy and irresistible this breakfast is normally.
Things you can put on wholegrain toast or british muffins: mashed avocado, hardboiled eggs, low sugars jam and organic nut butter, whipped low-fat cream mozzarella cheese and smashed raspberries, non-fat greek yogurt, low-fat cottage cheese sprinkled with toasted almonds and drizzled with honey, bananas and peanut butter.
And how about this protein tremble?
Well, this shake packs flavor in a cup. Bananas and blueberries are a great combination together. It’ll fill up you up and takes significantly less than 5 mins to make.
You really have no excuses to miss breakfast with this great tasting little thing staring at you.
My hope is that some of these ideas and recipes will motivate you to enter your kitchen, eat breakfast, and become a little healthier. Everybody knows breakfast is easy to neglect, but it’s also the most important meal of the day.
2 scoops of vanilla protein powder (I take advantage of whey protein)
1 cup of fresh blueberries
1 large ripe banana, peeled and cut into chunks (best when the banana is frozen)
3/4 cup of ice
Feel free to add any of the pursuing: 1 cup of spinach for the green smoothie, 1 tablespoon of peanut butter, flax seed, chia seed, etc.