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30 Healthy Breakfast Snacks for Mornings on the Run

30 Healthy Breakfast Snacks for Mornings on the Run
When it comes to breakfast, the options are endless. Pancakes or waffles? Bacon and eggs? Muffin, followed by a pastry? So why limit chowing down on delicious breakfast foods to the morning hours? Here are 34 healthier snack options to keep filling those breakfast food cravings all month long. Better Breakfast Snacks 1. Sometimes, simple is just better. 2. Smoothies are a perfect on-the-go snack any time of day. 3. Yes, it’s possible to make really good scrambled eggs in the microwave. 4. One of the easiest, healthiest, and tastiest breakfasts out there is a classic fruit and yogurt parfait. 5. Who doesn’t love a burrito? 6. An oat-based muffin packed with healthy carrots and zucchini, lightly sweetened with raisins and just a pinch of sugar makes a perfect breakfast or snack. 7. Here’s a new way to enjoy quinoa: make mini quinoa breakfast quiches! 8. Here’s a simple and delicious smoothie recipe for the morning rush. 9. Stuck with last night’s leftovers? 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

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Lemon Pound Cake This recipe is from the Ritz Carlton Cooking School I went to back in August. I've been working my way through some of my favorite dishes at home, and this lemon pound cake was the first recipe I attempted. I loved the cake when we had it at cooking school, and I wanted to share it with Chicken Legs. 33 Healthier Breakfast Alternatives It’s National School Breakfast Week (March 4–8), and even though many of us are long past gym class and snack time, there’s still a lot to learn about how to start the day right. While many from-scratch healthy breakfasts are pretty healthy, quick convenience foods (we’re looking at you, toaster strudel!) are loaded with sugar — not good . Carrot Cake Protein Balls Have your (carrot) cake and eat it too, but without all the calories and fat found in a traditional sugary slice. These no-bake protein balls are sweet, nutty, and soft, and they're cake-like without a drop of flour. Made with raw cashews, pecans, dates, raw carrot, rolled oats, and unsweetened coconut, each 88-calorie snack offers 3.3 grams of protein. These vegan and gluten-free bites are a cinch to whip up in your food processor. Even without the cream cheese frosting, their warm flavor will satisfy your sweet tooth while filling your belly and offering your body the energy it needs to exercise or get through that late-afternoon meeting. Ingredients

17 freezer meal prep sessions that will change your life Here are 17 freezer meal prep sessions that will help you stock your freezer with healthy and delicious dinners. During the “prep session,” all you need to do is combine the meats, vegetables, sauces and spices, and freeze (That’s right – there’s no cooking required ahead of time!). Every prep session includes free printable recipes and a grocery list, so the process couldn’t be easier. Update 8/18/15: I have now shared 31 freezer meal prep sessions and have an updated post with all 31 freezer meal prep sessions here. I’ve made hundreds of freezer meals and I’m excited to share my favorite freezer prep sessions with you.

Healthy Popcorn Recipes: 30 Simple Ways to Spice (or Sweeten) Up Popcorn You might also like 16 Healthier Ways to Satisfy Any Chip Craving READ Crunchy, buttery, full of carbs… popcorn is the ultimate “happy food.” No, really—studies have shown that the serotonin found in the gluten-free whole-grain can have relaxing, mood-lifting effects. No wonder it’s such a popular party appetizer, late-night snack, and most importantly, a snacker’s ultimate companion for movie nights.

Perfect Sweet Tea Sweet Tea... Just hearing those words make ya sigh a satisfied sigh... I am a Southern Woman... 9 Simple & Satisfying Healthy Breakfast Ideas - Life Like Lunden Breakfast. My absolute favorite meal of the day! It’s the first thing you give your body in the morning, besides maybe some alkalizing lemon water, so you better make a wise choice and try one of these healthy breakfast ideas. rice cake with nut butter, bananas and cinnamonSuper Power Protein SmoothieBanana pancakes: 2 eggs + one mashed banana (that’s it)! Mix it all together & grill as you would a normal pancake – boom you’re done.Quinoa, Berry, Superfood Bowl (as seen in photo): 1/4 cup quinoa, 1/4 cup berries, 1 banana, 1 Tbsp flax seeds, 1 Tbsp chia seeds, 1 Tbsp goji berries + dash of cinnamon to taste.Veggie Omelet: 1 whole egg + 2 egg whites + as many veggies as you possibly want (i.e. mushrooms, spinach, onion & bell peppers).

20 Smoothie Recipes Smoothies are a great way to get a nutrient-packed meal or snack, stat. They can provide everything you need—protein, healthy fats, vegetables, and fruits—all in a to-go cup. (For a versatile, ultra-nutritious protein you can use in these recipes, check out this whey protein powder from the Men's Health store.) Even better: Shakes may be the fastest food of all. "There's no prep work, no cooking, no cleanup. Just put stuff in a blender and go," says Brian St. 9 Ways to Preserve Apples at Home We’ve all heard the saying an apple day keeps the doctor away, but my apples don’t grow all year round. Our goal is to put up as much food as possible when it’s in season to keep our food bill down and increase our food storage. It’s apple season ya’ll. (When I get excited a little bit of southern kicks in, it’s just how I roll) I happen to have almost 75 pounds of apples sitting in my kitchen and while most folks think of making applesauce, a fine thing applesauce, there are many ways to preserve those apples for use all year long.

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Snow Ice Cream Yesterday we had our first decent snow of the winter (we had a little earlier on, but no accumulation). We decided to make some snow ice cream with it. Normally I just use some milk, sugar, and vanilla for snow ice cream, but I saw this recipe on Wannabe Southern Cook and wanted to try it. It is a really easy recipe, just three ingredients. 8 C clean snow 1 can (14 oz) sweetened condensed milk 1 tsp vanilla