This Peanut Butter Banana Oat Smoothie is made in about 5 minutes for a quick and easy on-the-go breakfast or snack. It’s filling, delicious, and healthy.
Juggling school and work is no easy task. Especially when you are away from home for 14+ hours. Thankfully, I am no longer in that phase of life. But, I still love several of the quick recipes I found during that time. One of my favorite recipes is for a Peanut Butter Banana Oat Smoothie.
Air Fryer Egg Bites are a quick, easy and healthy on-the-go breakfast. They are perfect for meal prep and can be made low-carb with your favorite mix-ins.
Air Fryer Egg Bites are one of my favorite breakfasts to meal prep. They are quick, easy, and delicious. They are great to use up any leftovers in your fridge, and they can be very inexpensive. Plus, they can be made low-carb and high-protein!
A tried and true recipe for Brown Sugar Maple Oatmeal ready in 15 minutes on the stovetop. These sweet chewy oat grains are way better than store-bought!
All my life, I’ve been a Cream of Wheat girl. Oatmeal? No, thanks! However, a few years ago, I decided I was going to find an oatmeal recipe I liked. Especially important was a recipe I could add to my go-to breakfast recipes.
So, I reached out to my Facebook friends and asked for a ‘tried and true’ oatmeal recipe that is palatable, not too plain, and not loaded with sugar. I got so many great suggestions, but the thing that made the biggest difference is the way the oats are cooked!
A budget-friendly and healthy Pumpkin Spice Frappe bursting with the fall flavors you love, like real pumpkin and pumpkin pie spice, that’s only 75 calories!
In case you’ve never had it, a pumpkin spice frappe is made by blending coffee ice cubes, milk, and sweetener with classic fall flavors like pumpkin puree and pumpkin pie spice. To make it even more special, top it with whipped cream and extra pumpkin pie spice.