Posts in Breakfast
Loaded Breakfast Egg Muffins

Can we all agree that nothings screams meal prep like baked egg muffins? When it comes to an easy, simple, filling breakfast, egg muffins are where it’s at. You can make a big batch Sunday night and then reheat and eat them for breakfast throughout the week.

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How to Make the Perfect Breakfast Sandwich

The breakfast sandwich. if there is one thing that I am always down to eat at breakfast it’s a breakfast sandwich filled with all the best things on my favorite bread. It’s absolutely delicious and I couldn’t let All the Healthy Things Breakfast Month pass without a quick post all about one of the best breakfasts of all time.

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Sweet Potato and Sausage Breakfast Tacos

Y’all, I think I could eat tacos for breakfast every day for the rest of my life and never get tired of them. There’s just something about a hearty breakfast taco that always sounds appealing. Plus, there are so many flavor and ingredient combinations to choose from so you never get bored. What could be better?

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How to Cook Bacon in the Oven

Bacon! What would breakfast be without bacon?! When I started planning out content for ATHT Breakfast Month, I knew that we had to kick off the month with a tutorial on how to cook bacon in the oven. When it comes to bacon, you’re probably in the minority if you don’t like it. It’s a staple on breakfast and brunch plates, a flavorful addition to salads, a crunchy topping on mashed potatoes, and can take your roasted veggies to the next level.

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Simple Pre-Made Smoothie Jars

It’s finally here! SMOOTHIE SEASON! Smoothies are the unofficial drink of the spring/summer and I’m so excited to share today’s post all about pre-made smoothie jars with you. These make-ahead smoothie jars combine two great ways to save time and still eat healthy - meal prep and a nutritious smoothie.

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Almond Butter & Jelly Smoothie (Dairy-Free, Paleo, Vegan)

Sometimes, you just need a good smoothie. Nine times out of ten, when I decide to whip up a smoothie, it’s the same combination of fruit, nut butter, and my favorite protein powder. It’s nothing fancy, but it’s my favorite and it comes out great every single time.

I usually don’t do smoothies as a full meal replacement, but there are times where nothing else sounds good and I just go with it. The trick to not feeling hungry after you drink a smoothie is to make sure that it’s packed with enough protein and healthy fats.

Most smoothies are just fruit and juice which can leave you feeling hungry and even a little sick after you drink them. Even though you may be drinking it, your smoothie still needs to be a balanced combination of healthy fats, protein, and carbohydrates. A balance of all three of those things will leave you feeling great!

This Almond Butter and Jelly Smoothie has a healthy balance of healthy fat from the almond butter and coconut milk, carbohydrates from the fruit, and protein from your favorite protein powder. Go ahead and give this a try for breakfast one day this week!

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Dairy-Free Vanilla Latte

This Dairy-Free Vanilla Latte is sweetened with dates and uses the perfect combination of coconut and almond milk for the creamiest, frothiest, homemade latte you've ever had. There's no need to buy coffee every day or even spend a ton of money on an espresso machine. All you need is just a few simple ingredients to make your homemade latte coffee dreams come true! 

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Fried Plantains with Cinnamon and Sea Salt

These easy Fried Plantains are delicious and the perfect side dish to pair alongside your burrito bowl or tacos. While plantains are good on their own, the addition of a little cinnamon and sea salt goes a long way and takes them to the next level. If you're looking for another great real food source of carbohydrates, besides potatoes, plantains are a great option! 

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