Everyday Breakfast Food and Snacks
This is for your day to day, week to week, on the go lifestyle. Something that can be made on Monday and last until Wednesday. No fuss just cook, refridgerate and pop in the oven when you are ready to eat.
(7 Recipes) Created by MSACTIVE_DOC
Recipes in this Collection
Very Good 4.6/5
Cookbook creator says: Either put the cottage cheese in the blender to puree or find and alternate to the cottage cheese. Great reviews though... also only use the jello powder vs. making the jello.
Submitted by SOONERGIRL5
Carbs: 44g | Fat: 1.7g | Fiber: 0.7g | Protein: 9.2g | Calories: 119.2
Very Good 4.7/5
Cookbook creator says: combination of your turkey biscuits and biggest loser brocholli and chedder mini frittas. You can replace greens w/ brocholli, zuccunii, or spinach if it's runny just add 1/2 cup of the biscuit mix.
Submitted by SOUTHERNWINGZ
Carbs: 7.9g | Fat: 4.9g | Fiber: 0.1g | Protein: 6g | Calories: 101.8
Very Good 4.1/5
Making and eating home-made baked goods for breakfast can be heart-warming and yummy, but can it also be heart healthy? Yes! I am always thinking of ways to cut out the cholesterol. By eliminating butter and eggs in these Heart Smart Carrot Muffins, I offer you a good basic recipe to which you can easily add your own twist.These nutritious muffins use yogurt and whole wheat flour to get their great texture. In addition to the yogurt, other ingredients include fats that will do your body some good -- olive oil and nuts! You can vary the recipe by using your favorite fruits, nuts, and even another vegetable. I used carrots because I had too many in my fridge, but note that they are also an excellent source of vitamin A and fiber. The walnuts I used are loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, and those raisins are full of mineral rich anti-oxidants.
Submitted by MANONTHEMOON
Carbs: 18.4g | Fat: 1.9g | Fiber: 1.8g | Protein: 3g | Calories: 97.4