Stopping those bad habits at breakfast
It’s almost spring in some areas, and you may struggle like many to keep your healthy eating habits that you had resolved to have this year in January. Some of your bad habits are slowly easing back into your daily schedule. This could mean sleeping in later, not eating breakfast, or even grabbing that last slice of pizza or a cupcake for breakfast. Our team has been there! Between getting lunches made and getting everyone out the door, it’s hard to find time to have a healthy and quick breakfast.
To help you to get back on track, our team has made a list of their favorite breakfast recipes that are quick, easy and healthy:
Smoothies are some of the easiest ways to get a head start on your fruit and veggie portions for the day. You can throw the ingredients in the blender, and walk away for a moment. You pour it into a travel cup and can enjoy your breakfast as you sit in traffic.
If you are the type that likes to plan ahead, egg muffins are a great way to have a healthy meal and have it be quick. Here is one of our favorite recipes that can be made on the weekend, and will last you for the first few days of the week. Simply pop the muffin in the microwave, and take it to go!
Do you crave those sugary muffins at the local coffee shop? We all love our baked goods. Instead of eating a muffin with a ton of sugar, try a protein muffin like this. These are a great grab-and-go breakfast item, and kids will even like these too. Make a large batch, and freeze some for those days when you don’t have a lot of time in the morning.
Oatmeal Overnight Mason Jar:
While you pack your lunch the night before, throw together your Oatmeal breakfast mason jar. Keep a stash of rolled oats on hand in your pantry, put some type of milk (cow or plant), and add some of your favorite flavors, including fruit, spices like cinnamon and much more. These are filling, and easy to throw in your lunch bag for when you get to the office.
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