This is an nontraditional scone recipe that calls for oats and cooked quinoa as the base. This combo works to make this a healthy breakfast scone packed with protein. We've included a super simple chia jam that pairs perfectly with these biscuits.
We firmly believe that healthy and filling food, should not be lacking in the flavor department. It is amazing what some fresh herbs and spices can do to your cooking, without adding all the unwanted preservatives that most packaged foods use to bring the flavor. In this dish we are taking some Thai inspiration to create this delicious, nutritious and simple to prepare meal. While this may not be one you think of making out of the blue, trust us. Keeping it fresh in the kitchen is the best way to avoid food ruts and to keep it fun in the kitchen.
Tired of the same ol' boring oatmeal day after day? This healthy spin on a warm comfort breakfast is a great way to freshen up your breakfast. This recipe was adapted from Closet Cooking. The nuts add a healthy dose of fat which will keep you full and satisfied. If you aren't going to top with raw nuts, scoop a tablespoon of peanut or nut butter into the porridge to help fill you up.
With a title like this, need we say much? This is a nutritious and delicious breakfast or grab and go snack. You can pour milk over it and eat it like cereal, stir some into your morning yogurt to make a parfait, or simply package it to go like any granola and enjoy on the go. When you pack your oatmeal with a lot of healthy fat and protein, you'll stay away from HANGRY for hours to come.
This is like sushi, but, in a bowl. And we’ll sub quinoa for white rice for some extra minerals and nutrients. Salmon is rich in fatty acids like Omega 3, and is perfection raw, but feel free to sub sushi grade tuna, or cooked shrimp. Is further explanation necessary? We didn’t think so. Enjoy!
This is the perfect #MEATLESSMONDAY chili to whip up. Full of flavor, protein and fiber, this chili is simple to make, will fuel you well and makes for excellent leftovers in that busy week. This dish freezes well if you do make a double batch.
This is a hearty and healthy bowl you can throw together for lunch or dinner. The dressing is out of this world, so be sure to make extra to use throughout your week. If you would like to make a grain free version, sub out the quinoa for cauli rice. This also tastes great with a fried egg added on top or you can sub any protein of your choice for the chicken.
Have a sweet tooth and a few minutes to spare? These sweet little treats from SkinnyMs will surprise you – they only have 4 grams of sugar per serving, and are chock-full of nutrient rich foods such as unsweetened coconut, almonds, and dark chocolate! Yes, you can even consider this breakfast!