Saturday’s are for PANCAKES 🥞 specifically these gluten free PROTEIN PANCAKES from our E-Book that you make in a blender and are sooo hearty and satisfying! Get the recipe at the link in my bio 😊😊
Hope you’re all having an amazing weekend! Who’s got fun plans ahead??
I’m in Phoenix for our company holiday party, and on the hunt for a healthy breakfast spot where I can get sumthin’ nourishing and delish - you got any tips? Comment below 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻
Turkish breakfast soon! 😋
Good morning, happy Saturday! Today I can proudly say that I am officially finished the recipes for the breakfast ebook!!! Now it’s time to write them down. 📝 I’ll be in Turkey next week (another long distance travel-ahh my hormones love traveling 😑) and can’t wait to see my mom, family and friends and Trio of course!😻
❓Have you ever had a Turkish breakfast before❓
👉🏻If you have been following me for a long time (especially on my IG stories, you might be familiar with it!).
🇹🇷🥒Turkish breakfasts usually includes; raw veggies such as tomatoes, cucumber, sweet peppers, greens such as parsley, mint, dill, arugula, eggs (in all variations), cheese (usually white cheese), bread or simit, butter, homemade jams, nuts, dried fruits, olives and the list goes on..
If you make the right decisions, Turkish breakfast is very healthy!!!
👇🏻In my plate;
Half simit, hard boiled egg, black and green olives, goat cheese with black sesame seeds, cherry tomatoes, cucumber, dill.
💕Have a great day!💕
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Today’s #oatspiration — “Respect the rest”💫 After a solid week of mileage, workouts, and cross train doubling, it’s so important to recover and absorb all the training✨ Giving your body the opportunity to adapt to a stronger/faster/better version of yourself is key to avoiding chronic fatigue and burnout!🤗
🌟1/2 cup rolled oats cooked with boiling water
🌟ground flax, cinnamon, and salt mixed in 🌟topped with frozen blueberries, pb, plain Greek yogurt, granola, almond slivers, and chia seeds
Back to my reviews 📋📝 On the plate : Chicken Lasagna
It’s one type of pasta, made with stacked layers of pasta alternated with sauces and ingredients such as meats, vegetables and cheese, and sometimes topped with melted grated mozzarella cheese.
Hello Happy Saturday!
This video is my daily routine for breakfast and dinner. It’s simple, quick and delicious!
When your a mommy of 3 and on the go go go.....we sometimes forget to feed ourselves, drink water, eat lunch, eat dinner until you realize why are we getting lightheaded, why are we feeling grouchy, why is my stomach growling😫🤪🤪
BECAUSE WE HAVE EATEN!
And then when we do eat, we eat whatever we see or can find. We don’t have time to cook a good healthy meal. 💕
So with having these meal shakes for breakfast and dinner it makes my mommy life easy, quick and delicious!😍 🌟These shakes provide me with all the nutrients and vitamins I need. 🌟They have about 145-200 calories(not bad☺️)
🌟I can mix the flavors up (my favorite is banana caramel 🤤😍)
🌟I get my daily protein 💪🏼
🌟I feel amazing good (no bloating, no guilt )
🌟And BEST of all they are so quick and easy to make!
Calorie count with today’s breakfast for an overall 1200 calorie day. This shows you measurements and the breakdown of calories. Staple items I keep on hand to make putting breakfast together simple: and assortment of seeds and nuts, fresh fruit and berries, brown rice, oat milk. I work with what I have on hand and just mix and match. Please leave comments or questions! I love hearing from you guys! #breakfast#eatinghealthy#brownrice#cleaneating#fiveaday#yourhealthmatters#diseaseprevention
been seeing this recipe for dashi oats and pickled vegetables make the rounds on @bonappetitmag and @healthy_ish, finally had a chance to make the thing.
and then make it again when I woke up in the morning.
original recipe from @sohlae
for my take on this epicness, I.....
...sautéed everything in bacon grease instead of butter.
...charred some leftover chunks of cucumber in yet more bacon grease—threw that shit in the end dish alongside the pickled cucumber and radish, for good measure.
(because I've been re-reading the momofuku cookbook and the religion of rendered pork fat is contagious.)
...cooked the oats in mushroom broth mixed with this black garlic umami sauce I have lying around.
(because I didn't have dashi powder)
...topped it all with more bacon, cilantro, fresh squeezed lime, and jalapeño.
and... my god.
I'm all about maximizing contrast in a dish, and this recipe does that fifty times over.
hot, creamy umami oats playing against the cool crunch of pickled vegetables.
the sharpness of rice wine vinegar cutting through all the flavor-layers of smoky meat, burned bits, and garlic to meld into whatever the fuck tangy-earthy gestalt is happening.
accented by the freshness from the raw onion and cilantro, the spice of the jalapeño, then finished by one last hint of meat, from the intermittent crispy bites of thick cut bacon sprinkled on top.
there are so many waves in this unfolding flavor you could almost graph the experience.