Sweet Treat or Breakfast Feast?
15 Recipes Created by BTVMADS
A collection of yummy smoothies, beverages, and baked goods that are decadent enough for dessert, yet nutritious enough to have at breakfast!
Recipes in this Collection
Cookbook creator says: To make this into a complete, portable breakfast, enjoy it with a cup of your favorite yogurt (I swear by Greek yogurt to keep me full) and a cup of coffee -- right at your desk!Submitted by BTVMADS
This will look like a cupcake, but it's healthy enough to be part of breakfast! This recipe originally came from an issue of Vegetarian Times, but I've replaced the sugar with Splenda to cut almost 40 calories per serving!Submitted by BTVMADS
Cookbook creator says: A double duty chocolate delight! Top with ripe strawberries or raspberries and vanilla yogurt (Greek at breakfast, Frozen for dessert) for a delicious start or finish to any day!Submitted by BTVMADS
This smoothie has an unbeatable flavor and texture -- sweet, cold, creamy, and thick -- so you really feel like you're having ice cream for breakfast! This is especially good after a hard workout. Caffeine helps your body convert carbohydrates into glycogen, bananas help you stay hydrated, and protein rebuilds muscle.Submitted by BTVMADS
These are insanely good. Kids will love them even though there's a vegetable inside. There's also, sadly, a lot of sugar from the chocolate, so don't eat them every day.Submitted by BTVMADS
This is simply a nutritional powerhouse, perfect for a post-workout meal: 18 grams of protein, 4.5 grams of monounsaturated fats, 4.5 grams of fiber, and over 25% of 15 different vitamins and minerals including A, C, B6, B12, Magnesium, and Iron! And while the combination looks a little weird, you actually end up with a mildly sweet, pb&j flavored smoothie with a thick, custardy texture -- super yummy!Submitted by BTVMADS