Brunch Recipes (Most Popular)
Naturally high in vitamin A, pumpkin is a great treat in the fall in winter months. Though these muffins aren't exactly low in calories but they are fairly large and fill you up.
Prepare yourself to only get to try one or two if you live with others though - they will be gone before you know it!
These muffins are full of high quality protein and a scant 3 net grams of slow-digesting carbs. Enjoy one with a homemade smoothie for an on-the-go meal, or two for an induction-friendly breakfast! Or, serve up the whole batch of mini-fritattas at your next brunch.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
Alright, so I may be a Vermont Yankee, but there are some pretty direct Southern roots in my family -- meaning we love our ol' fashioned Southern Comfort Food. To me, nothing's as rib-sticking and soul-warming as spicy, creamy sausage gravy over a steaming helping of cheesey corn grits. Luckily, it's easy to make without bustin' an artery!!Submitted by BTVMADS