An easy, healthy breakfast that can be made in less than 5 minutes? Look no further! This low sugar smoothie is balanced with adequate protein, fat, veggies, and fiber so it not only tastes delicious, but it also very satiating. I love this breakfast because it keeps me feeling satiated for hours so I don’t feel the need to snack in between meals.Continue reading “Blueberry Vanilla Smoothie”
Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie Bowl or Milkshake? You will be shocked to see the simple, real food ingredients in this smoothie that tastes like an indulgent treat!
This chocolate peanut butter smoothie is made with primarily fruit and vegetable and, of course, peanut butter.Continue reading “Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie”
I picked up basil from the grocery store the other week and they only had the basil plant. I decided to pot it in an old, glass peanut butter jar, thinking that it wouldn’t last long in my windowsill. I have tried to grow basil plants multiple times in my windowsill, but every time have been unsuccessful. Maybe because it’s quarantine and I’m home and my basil plant is getting the TLC it needs, but it is thriving in my windowsill! Now, I’m going to have to think about re-potting it in an actual pot..
My new basil plant as well as the warmer weather inspired me to make this Blueberry Basil smoothie. This recipe is gluten free, vegan, paleo, and whole 30. It only requires 4 ingredients to make!Continue reading “Blueberry Basil Smoothie”
During this quarantine, it seems like everyone is making banana bread. I had two very ripe bananas in my kitchen and decided to get on the banana bread train. I am a very lazy baker so wanted to create a truly easy banana bread recipe. This recipe is so simple. You only need 6 simple ingredients to make this banana bread. To make it, all you need to do is blend ingredients and bake and you’ve got a healthy and delicious banana bread!
This banana bread tastes great by itself. I also like to eat mine topped with a slather of peanut butter.Continue reading “The Easiest Banana Bread Recipe”
As I said on my last blog post, I am adding budget-friendly recipes to be blog coming out of my Food Stamps Experience Project for school. This is my first budget-friendly recipe that is for breakfast. This recipe can be made either hot or cold. It requires minimal kitchen gadgets to make!Continue reading “Banana Peanut Butter Oatmeal”
It may be a little early, but I’m so excited to repost my Carrot Cake Muffins recipe! These Carrot Cake Muffins are my favorite spring treat. Like all of my dessert recipes, they are also super easy to make! All you need to do is blend the ingredients (I used my Vitamix blender), place into muffin tins, and bake for 15 minutes. Allow them to cool, and top with the coconut cream topping, which only requires you to blend 2 ingredients to make.Continue reading “Carrot Cake Muffins”
Banana Cacao Pancakes
Looking for a keto breakfast idea? Look no further! Honestly, even if you’re not doing keto, this chocolate chia pudding make the perfect breakfast or little desserts. The best part is they are super easy to make! The main preparation step is allowing the chia seeds to sit overnight to form a chia “pudding.” I like making multiple chia seeds at once, that way I have breakfast prepped for multiple days. This recipe makes 2 chia puddings.Continue reading “Keto Chocolate Chia Pudding”
Caramelized apples are one of my favorite healthy treats. By caramelized apples, I mean apple slices that are sautéed in cinnamon and coconut oil. They get so fragrant and taste incredible! Apple Cinnamon is one of my all time favorite combos.
I wanted to make a healthy apple cinnamon flavored breakfast recipe and came up with these apple cinnamon scones. They are gluten free, vegan, and contain no added sugar. They are very easy to make and make the perfect breakfast on the go.Continue reading “Apple Cinnamon Scones”
Fact: you do not need pancake batter to make your own pancakes.
I have been making my own pancake batter a lot lately and have been seriously loving it. I love making pancakes with ingredients that I already have in my pantry. I have also learned to mix them in a way so they are nutritious and fiber rich, but still taste delicious!
Its no secret that I love oatmeal. It is a staple in my breakfast rotation and I also regularly make pancakes using oat flour. HOWEVER, you do not need oat flour to make pancakes. You can make your own. This is easy and cost efficient. In order to make pancake batter, I have been blending gluten free oats with chia seeds, fruit, and almond milk and adding a tsp of baking soda. Each of these ingredients are critical.Continue reading “5 Ingredient Pancake Batter”