Breakfast, as many would argue, is the most important meal of the day. If you have a healthy, nutritious breakfast, you’re preparing your body & mind to achieve the most out of the day. If you’re indulging in breakfast, say on the weekends, you’re in for a real treat – especially if you have breakfast in bed. Below are five of our favorite breakfast recipes that you should most definitely make immediately!
COLLAGEN SMOOTHIE BOWL:
This smoothie bowl is unlike any you’ve ever tried before. It has an incredibly thick texture due to a secret ingredient, oats, being mixed into it. Plus it’s loaded with not only antioxidants from berries, but collagen which helps promote healthy hair, nails, & joints. Great for starting your week on a healthy note, get the full recipe: HERE.
If you’re like us, when you hear muffin, you don’t necessarily hear healthy. Hear us out: these “muffins” are gluten-free, made with inulin which is a natural fiber, & also include raw tahini which is high in healthy fats. This is a classic case of best of both worlds as it tastes just as good as a real muffin yet has the health benefits of a vegetable. Get the full recipe: HERE.
WHIPPED RICOTTA TOAST RECIPE:
While this might sound & look gourmet, it only takes a few minutes to make & is beyond delicious. The ricotta is infused with vanilla & cinnamon, then whipped in a food processor to make it ultra fluffy. Get the full recipe: HERE.
BE WELL BY KELLY SMOOTHIE:
Whatever Kelly LeVeque recommends, we do. She’s a food & health wizard who knows how to make food taste as good as it is for you. A prime example is her secret Fab4 Smoothie recipe that she shared with us. It’s loaded with antioxidants, collagen, healthy fats, & greens. Get the full recipe: HERE.
COOKIE DOUGH CHIA SEED PUDDING:
The ultimate indulgence that is honestly pretty good for you is this chia seed pudding. While it tastes just like cookie dough, it’s the perfect way to sweeten up your morning & is great if you’re someone who is constantly on-the-go. Get the full recipe: HERE.
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