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Excellent Brunch- low fat, high protein
This recipe was adapted by my husband. It's got everything that you need to eat after a good morning run.
We use soy milk for this recipe. Regular milk can easily be substituted.
I like the Jimmy Dean De-Light breakfast bowls, but not the sodium or the cost...so I made my own version. It refrigerates really well for microwaving later...
Perfect portion--doesn't overflow in microwave!
My Husband's favorite, very filling!
This is a filling and tasty breakfast sandwich. It has lots of flavor for not too many calories. It is also relatively quick to make, especially if you keep chopped green pepper on hand.
Enjoy a delicious, low-calorie and quick breakfast meal that is filling and can be shared with a friend or loved one.
An egg dish that can be frozen in individual servings for a quick breakfast
Breakfast treat jampacked with protein!
Spelt is one of my favorite flours because it is high in fiber and protein while being good for those with wheat sensativities. This is what I use as a pancake base and I use only organic ingredients. I usualy add blueberries, strawberries, or ground flaxseed for variety. I also experiment with different extracts like vanilla, almond, or orange. To give it a more sweet flavor, add some stevia for even more fiber and no calories or artificial sweetner yuckiness.
This has the taast of french toast. Goal is to yield 8 crepes, but that seems pretty tricky and time consuming to accomplish without correct tools (skills?).
I aim for 2-4 pancakes. Pretty tasty and filling. Still need your veggies though.
A delicious waffle made with a grain called spelt. Spelt is available at health food stores and major grocery chains in the health sections. Some people who are sensitive to wheat (like me) can have spelt, but if you are gluten intolerant you will not be able to have spelt as it does have gluten.
Awsome quick energy
My wonderful idea to help me get in my fiber. It is very filling and taste great. Feel free to add fruit of choice. Nutritional information does not include fruit.
This is a truly simple egg dish- bake once and you have breakfast for the week! Seal individual servings in ziploc bags. Can be frozen- to reheat just thaw in the fridge before microwaving to avoid soggy eggs.