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Easy Broccoli & Egg Waffle Sandwich

As a student, I love finding easy and cheap ways to make meals that are delicious and nutritious. This waffle sandwich can be made with a few ingredients that keep costs low and satisfaction high! Btw, this is my first post of 2020! I have been in a dietetic internship combined with a master of… Continue reading Easy Broccoli & Egg Waffle Sandwich

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Sausage and Bell Pepper Frittata

Brinner = Breakfast + Dinner I love having breakfast foods for meals other than breakfast time. Pancakes for lunch? Yes! Eggs for dinner? Yes 100%! Not only is whipping up a frittata easy, but you can use any leftovers for breakfast and save previous morning time. It's a win-win. I added sausage to this frittata… Continue reading Sausage and Bell Pepper Frittata

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Build A Satisfying Oatmeal Bowl In 5 Minutes

Can you remember the first time you ate oatmeal? I do! It gave a bad first impression! I did not grow up eating oatmeal. It just was not a part of our food repertoire. Instead, I would eat foods like eggs or cereal for breakfast. At some point in my early adult life, living on… Continue reading Build A Satisfying Oatmeal Bowl In 5 Minutes

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What’s In Season: May Edition

Hi! Welcome to my blog series "What's In Season." I live in Texas, USA, so I am sorry to say that this series is limited to the U.S. Even within the U.S., what is in season can vary regionally and I will try my best to give a general overview that applies to most of… Continue reading What’s In Season: May Edition

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Apple Cinnamon Steel Cut Oats

With different seasons come different food associations. With fall, I think of warm comforting foods and seasonal produce. Apples are a fall staple. Most varieties are at their seasonal peak during this time. I used gala apples in this recipe.Growing up, my mom would make us cinnamon tea during cold weather. We would drink it… Continue reading Apple Cinnamon Steel Cut Oats

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Berry Filling and Energizing Smoothie

This smoothie recipe is so BERRY filling and delicious! How do I make a smoothie that will keep me full and energized for hours? I make sure to include plenty of: ✅ Carbohydrates ✅ Fiber ✅ Protein ✅ Fat When you are looking to make a satiating meal, you need to account for all three… Continue reading Berry Filling and Energizing Smoothie

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Yogurt and Chia Overnight Oats

Psssst.... overnight oats don't have to sit overnight in the fridge 🤭. That's right! You can make your "overnight oats" a few hours in advance of when you plan to eat them. When I wake up craving them, I'll make them in the morning in time for lunch! And like so many of my recipes,… Continue reading Yogurt and Chia Overnight Oats

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Banana and Strawberry Waffle Breakfast Sandwich

Waffles for breakfast is not a groundbreaking idea, I know. But sometimes I like to play up my toast-for-breakfast routine and opt for a waffle sandwich. If you have a waffle maker, great! Use your favorite waffle recipe to make two. If you don't have a waffle maker, despair not! I don't either. Enter: frozen… Continue reading Banana and Strawberry Waffle Breakfast Sandwich

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Super Creamy Green Smoothie

This smoothies, like many of my recipes, was born out of necessity. You see, I still had a lot of frozen pineapple and frozen orange slices in my freezer that I had thrown in there before a trip. What is the point of saving fruit from going bad if it just sits in the freezer… Continue reading Super Creamy Green Smoothie

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Raspberry Chia Pudding

Chia seeds deliver so many nutrients into your meals! You could easily sprinkle them into smoothies, oatmeal, yogurt, etc. Or: you can make CHIA PUDDING. Check out my previous chia pudding recipe, made with turmeric and pineapple here. Nutrition Benefits Recap ◊Excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids◊ ◊Excellent source of fiber (~10 grams per 2… Continue reading Raspberry Chia Pudding