Breakfast

Breakfast: Bulletproof Coffee

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I use 1-2 Tablespoons of Kerrygold butter and 1-2 Tablespoons of Coconut Oil

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You can find all these ingredients at Kroger, Publix, Earth Fare, and Fresh Market! An immersion blender or standard blender will do, just blend for 20-30 seconds.

Enjoy!

Breakfast: Protein.. I mean Pancake in a Bowl!

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What you need:

1 packet of Cream of Wheat or 1/2c of Oats

3/4c Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk

1scoop vanilla protein powder

1T Agave or Honey

Instructions:

1. Warm up milk according to the package directions for either the Cream of Wheat or Instant Oats.

2. Once heated, stir in cream of wheat and all other remaining ingredients.

3. Adding extra toppings makes it even better: walnuts & 1/2 of a banana are also delicious additions to this high protein breakfast!

Leave your thoughts, comments below-

ENJOY!

BREAKFAST: Spinach Omelet

Did you know: An average egg is 60 calories, 5grams of fat and 5.5 grams of protein! An egg white is fat free, 3.5 grams of protein and only 15 calories!

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I paired my 2:1:1 Spinach Omelet with 2 mandarin oranges and 1 piece of Whole Grain toast w/ Sugar Free jam and a bottle of water.

**Use olive oil spray to coat the bottom of your cooking pan, cuts calories and taste great!**

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Breakfast: Cereal

Pull out your boxes of cereal… now take a look at the ingredients. What is the first ingredient listed? How about the second? If it contains the word sugar or the suffix -ose, you may want to revamp your morning breakfast routine! You can pair each of these cereals with Unsweetened Almond Milk, a protein (nuts or plain Greek yogurt), and a fruit20131122-092246.jpgPictured Above: 1c Shredded Wheat Cereal with 1 banana, 1/8c walnuts, and 1/2c of Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk 

Breakfast: Omelet

This is an easy “omelet”- or if you mess up the flip, call it scrambled eggs- made with ingredients I tend to always keep in our refrigerator. The more colorful the better! Turkey bacon, bell pepper, and onion can also be added, just be sure to load up the veggies to start your day fresh!                        

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3:1 Egg White Omelet with half of a fresh tomato, 1 cup of spinach, and yes- a heated up leftover Crescent roll!

3:1 means 3 egg whites to 1 egg yolk.

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