I Luv Breakfast
21 Recipes Created by ZEVASCARLETT
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These are so moist and chocolatey I can't believe they are so healthy. They are a very filling and a great low carb treat.
I buy pre-ground flax meal, but you can grind your own.
I grind my almonds in a blender by putting only a small handful in at a time and pulsing the blender. Don't run continuously or you'll have almond butter. You can also buy pre-ground almonds.Submitted by JOEKNEE
These are my version of morning glory muffins, I think everybody makes them a little different. I find that this muffin along with a fruit & yogurt smoothie is a perfect start to the day, and surprisenly enough these little muffins are very very filling! Did I mention they are DELICIOUS !!!Submitted by JANNERS1980
These are large, very moist apple-cinnamon muffins perfect for a busy school day. You don't even have to tell the kids that there are beans in them - and you don't have to believe that they're low fat and protein filled, either!Submitted by JO_JO_BA
This is a yummy smoothie I drink most days, gives me energy and a nice boost to start my day the same way coffee used to but only now I don't crash afterwards!
For Bariatric Patients, add 1 scoop of your fav protein powder to make this a complete meal replacement or help you reach your protein quota for the day.
My favorite frozen fruits for smoothies are:
Mandarins (packed in water not syrup)
The best way to freeze your own fruit is to rinse well, pat dry with a towel and spread on a cookie sheet to freeze this way the fruit wont freeze in giant clumps that are difficult to break apart. Store frozen fruit in a ziplock bag or airtight container to prevent freezer burn.Submitted by JANNERS1980
A delicious, nutritious snack - hot or cold! Leave the skins on the apples in this recipe for added colour, fibre and vitamins. Adapted from the University of Nebraska website.
Makes 8 1/2 cup servings.Submitted by JO_JO_BA
My hubby isn't a breakfast guy, but he will gladly consume a smoothie every morning. The secret is the frozen banana! Otherwise, I mix it up every day and simply follow the basic formula of one cup fresh fruit + 1/2 c. frozen fruit and 1/2 frozen banana + 1/2 c. liquid. The liquid can be fruit juice or milk or even yogurt. When that bunch of bananas on your counter is starting to look sad, peel 'em, break in half and stick in the freezer so the secret ingredient is always on hand!Submitted by DOODLELOVE
This lightly sweetened custard is a delicious high protein, low carb breakfast. If you don't like regular oatmeal, try this version. This recipe is for a single serving. You can multiply by the number of people serving for a larger batch.Submitted by GROCERYSHRINK
Make your own sausage for a healthier alternative to prepared, store bought sausage! I cut out most of the salt called for in this recipe for a low-sodium alternative. If you don't have an hour to let the spices meld, that's ok. Let them meld for as long as possible before cooking. They're tasty either way. Enjoy!
Find the original recipe at OneFrugalFoodie.com:
http://www.onefrugalfoodie.com/2009/05/14/quick-lean-and-flavor-packed-turkey-breakfast-sausage/Submitted by VLVTGRRL