Chipotle Tomato Crackers - Phase 1. 15 Easy Make-Ahead Breakfast Recipes. Somewhere between plain old cereal and drawn-out weekend brunches lies the totally achievable, make-ahead weekday breakfast.
A good make-ahead breakfast always feels like a treat, is whole-wheaty or fruit-packed enough to be hearty without being pious, and you can knock it out on a weekend afternoon. Whether granolas, bars, or breads, they're our stumble-out-of-bed breakfasts of choice. Here are 15 you can make now and eat all week (or freeze, and get ahead for next week): Whip up a big batch of granola: Nekisia Davis' Olive Oil and Maple Granola by Genius Recipes Buckwheat Granola by sil entre jardins Maple Quinoa Granola by spacekase. Raw Holiday Pecans. Raw Holiday Pecans 2 cups raw pecans 1/4 tsp. cinnamon 1/4 tsp. pepper 1 tsp. chili powder 2 tsp. sea salt 2 tsp. paprika 2 tsp.
Coconut Aminos 2 Tbsp. fresh rosemary 2 Tbsp. extra virgin olive oil 2 Tbsp. maple syrup Soak the pecans overnight. Crispy Spice-Brined Pecans recipe on Food52.com. Author Notes: Here’s another spice-brined “crispy” nut recipe.
These pecan halves are delicately flavored, to be savored one by one, slowly. (That’s actually not a bad way to eat everything else, of course.) Raw pecans are brined in a solution of salt, sweet spices and fresh orange peel, then dried and lightly roasted in a very slow oven. Citrus Candied Nuts Recipe - Food.com - 48617.
No-Bake Toasted Coconut, Date, and Nut Bars Recipe on Food52. Five Minute, No-Bake Vegan Granola Bars Recipe on Food52. Pistachio Dukkah Recipe on Food52. Three-seed Porridge with Ginger and Blueberries. 10 Uses for Chia Seeds. I’ve been meaning to write this post for a long time and finally had the time while the kids are napping and I am (ironically) sipping a Chia Seed Energy Drink (recipe below).
If you don’t already use chia seeds, you are missing out! Not only are they gluten/grain free naturally, but one tablespoon of Chia Seeds has more calcium than a glass of milk, more Omega-3s than Salmon, and more antioxidants than blueberries. Perfect? Almost… they do get stuck in your teeth if you chew them plain (ask me how I know that!). They also give you tons of energy but also won’t keep you awake at night and are supposed to be great for weight loss. Supposedly, the Aztecs, Mayans, and Incans used chia as a staple of their diet and as an energy food. Additionally, “They are currently being used for their nutritional and medicinal properties, endurance for athletes, for suppressing the appetite, weight loss, leveling blood sugar, and for aiding intestinal regularity. Today is...Fava Beans!: Opium Poppy (Papaver somniferum) What does heroin and your favorite muffin have in common?
Or morphine and your favorite bagel? Codeine and that creamy salad dressing flecked with tiny black specks? The answer: the opium poppy. Those cute, sweet, teensy-weensy black seeds that enhance salad dressings, Asian sauces, and dozens of delectable baked goods come from the same plant that produces some of the most notorious narcotics. Before you start downing a bunch of poppy seed muffins to get high, think again. While poppy seeds contain almost no opiates, those narcotics are derived from the seed pod of the opium poppy. Poppy seeds produce poppy plants. Poppy seeds are used in all sorts of savory dishes, especially those of eastern European cuisine. Half Baked Harvest - Made with Love.
I’ve got chocolate covered snacks today!
Surprise, surprise right? But when in doubt, always go with chocolate covered. Not that I was in doubt or anything. I mean, dipping these bars in chocolate was honestly the whole reason behind making these extra healthy bars. Duh. Matcha Maca Fat Bomb Fudge. The fat bomb fudge that beats them all…melt in the mouth, naturally sweet, incredibly satisfying with a beautiful buttery undertone.
In one word…INCREDIBLE! I’ve made a couple of different fat bomb snacks over the past few months. I haven’t fully gotten in to the keto diet but there are elements of it I’m definitely embarrassing. Lowering my carb intake and massively increasing my fat has done wonders for my energy levels. Sage-Candied Walnuts recipe from food52. ... snacks on the trail - imaginechildhood.com. Sometimes having everything neatly wrapped up all in one place can be a great thing... especially when you have a 50lb bag on your back or just a couple of unhappy campers...
On-the-Go Protein Bars. Homemade Energy Bars ~ mor.sl Blog. After a summer of domestic travel visiting family and friends, I’ve learned two things about my traveling self… 1. My luggage expands to twice its volume and weight by the end of any trip, no matter if it's a long weekend in the city or a two week jaunt through wilderness and wine country. 2. Ginger Cashew Granola Bars.
REAL honey nut bars. It amazes me how many 'HONEY' nut bars sold at the supermarket and health food stores contain sugar.
Flip over the wrapper and you'll most likely find processed sugar as one of the top ingredients listed. Chili Pecans Recipe. Chocolate Coconut Energy Bar Recipe. Bulk Bin Snack Bars recipe on Food52.com. Pistachio Cardamom Nutella recipe on Food52.com. Cooking is more fun with friends.
Find your friends who are already on Food52, and invite others who aren't to join. Let's GoLearn more Join Our Community Follow amazing home cooks. Collect recipes and articles. Sign Up ♥ 440 + Save ▴ If you like it, save it! Save and organize all of the stuff you love in one place. Got it! If you like something… Coffee + Maple Spiced Nuts. In our house, we always have a dish of mixed nuts set out. I guess I figure that if I have that out as a snack, I’ll be less likely to head towards the pantry for a handful of chocolate chips. (Although, truth be told, it doesn’t always work.)
In anticipation of the holidays, I opted to spice (and sweeten) things up a bit. These mixed nuts are sweetened with maple syrup and tossed with a few of my favorite fall spices. Of course, I add coffee to pretty much anything I can, so there’s also a hint of freshly ground coffee that takes the flavor to the next level. Recipe: Quinoa Fruit and Nut Bars: Gardenista. Older Recipe: Quinoa Fruit and Nut Bars by Michelle Slatalla Issue 2 · Edible Winter Garden · January 17, 2014. Black sesame energy bars.