Breakfast is the most important meal of the day for many reasons. Not only does your morning meal rev your metabolism but it fuels your brain so you can be a smashing success! This week we are celebrating National School Breakfast Week by encouraging parents and students alike to ditch the unhealthy cafeteria foods and try some of these delicious yet nutritious meals.
We still remember being a child and waking up to the heartwarming smell of pancakes in the morning. These Pancake Popovers make a beautiful fluffy pan of nostalgia complete with loads of protein to keep you full and ready to take the day head on.
These apple pie muffins are the perfect bring-along to a group brunch or as an easy addition to your weekly meal prep. Easy to make, easy to take along, and easy to eat. What’s not to like about good ole' American Apple Pie Muffins?
This Blueberry Custard recipe is the kind of thing I now make in the evening and enjoy as part of my breakfast the next morning. It makes it a lot easier to wake up in the morning when you know you have a delicious and weight-loss worthy blueberry custard waiting for you!
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