Need we say more than apple pie at breakfast! You must try these nutritious and delicious pancakes. Adapted from Chocolate Covered Katie.
Adapted fro a recipe of Miriam Pascal's over at Overtime Cook, we can't get enough of this apple berry crumble. Combining the tartness of blueberries, sweetness of strawberries, and crisp apples gives this crumble a filling you'll soon NOT forget. Using coconut or date sugar in the crumble adds a wonderful caramel hint!
What to do with that overly ripe banana? Why not make these fantastic banana pancakes? Not only are these delicious, they are also gluten free and use a simple oat flour by blending oats in your food processor. With a touch of cinnamon and nutmeg, your whole house will smell AMAZING as you whip these up for friends and family!
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.
These Grab N Go Granola bars are beyond simple to make and kick the booty out of any store bought granola bar out there. Feel free to get creative with any goodies you want to add into these bars. You can wrap and store them individually in the fridge for up to a week, or a few months in the freezer. This recipe was inspired by Cookie and Kate with a few VFit Squad additions.
This recipe came from one of our favorite members who is very gluten sensitive. One afternoon, she was craving cookies and didn't have her normal go-to grain free flours around her pantry so she whipped up this batter which uses rolled oats and some coconut flour. These cookies are a tasty and nutritious treat and will please kids and adults alike. Just a warning, you probably want to double the batch!
This is a simple to make, grab n go protein bar. While we are always advocates of getting most of your macro's from whole foods, a high quality protein powder (free from additives and sugars), can be an excellent supplement for the busiest of days. This bar will not only save you money from the expensive bars on the market, it will save you peace of mind knowing exactly what you are eating and all with only 7 ingredients.
We are always being asked about our favorite snacks, and this simple snack ranks up high. Inspired from the kid favorite "ant's on a log", we made this version with a crisp and sour green apple. Feel free to get creative with this one. A great mid-afternoon pick me up, or pre-workout fuel up. It also happens to be very kid approved!
Raise your hand if you want cookies for breakfast! Yep, that’s what we thought. These cookies can technically be eaten any time of day, but we figure why not with a big cup of coffee when the sun comes up? They’re loaded with fiber, omegas, and antioxidants. Adding a bowl of berries to this breakfast will take you to Nutrient Superstar status! Cookies can be stored for 4-5 days in an airtight container or frozen for up to 3 months. Recipe from chelseamessyapron.com
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.