5-Minute Breakfast Ideas: Easy Microwave Egg Scramble, Yogurt Bowls, Breakfast Tacos & More
Egg Mugsa two-ingredient recipe to get you started!
Smoothiesprotein powder (with around 100 calories per scoop), and light yogurt (make ours Greek). Blitz it up, and get creative with smart add-ins. Cinnamon? Certainly. Powdered peanut butter? Yes, please. Spinach? With enough fruit, you won't even taste it! Just make sure your blender is up to the task. (We love that NutriBullet.)
Fruit & Yogurt BowlsTruvia), and mix in extracts like vanilla, almond, or maple. Then add fruit -- you can chop up the fresh stuff or thaw it from frozen. Apples last a long time, and it's always smart to have berries in your freezer. Top it all off with something crunchy: chopped nuts, a few spoonfuls of cereal, some chia seeds… Have fun!
Breakfast TacosHere’s a great recipe with just six main ingredients.
Protein-Stuffed Lettuce WrapsClick for the recipe!) No lox? Reach for sliced turkey and a squeeze of mustard. Use whatever you've got! Need something more substantial? Load your goodies onto a light English muffin.
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FYI, March is National Flour Month. If you've got whole-wheat flour, plain Greek yogurt, and baking soda, you can make this 3-ingredient dough. And from there, the sky's the limit!
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