These 8 Healthy Toddler Breakfasts are not only super fast to make but they are also filled with protein and fiber as well as other essential vitamins and minerals for growing toddlers! They are also so good, that they will be on repeat at your house for weeks.
Loaded with turkey kielbasa, veggies and cheese, this slimmed down quiche will not dissapoint. I like to make these on weekends, and reheat leftovers for the week. I usually refrigerate them for up to 3 days or freeze them to reheat at a later time. You can swap the veggies for anything you like, and the kielbasa can be swapped with ham or sausage. Two muffin sized quiches are perfectly satisfying, and to be honest, who needs the crust? If you try, let me know what you think! Petite…
Banana chocolate muffins. Yes, really, only three ingredients. This is one of those cheater recipes that no one else needs to know about : ). Banana chocolate muffins with only 3 ingredients? Yes, it’s possible and they are delish. I was actually going to make my two ingredient banana muffins but didn’t have any plain...Read More »
Chicken Parmesan Wonton Cups: all the saucy, cheesy goodness you crave. The crouton crumbs on top give it that crunchy, breaded texture of chicken parmesan from an Italian restaurant and each cup is just 159 calories or 4 Weight Watchers points.
These are probably the best muffins ever! They are lovely light, cake-y muffins full of tart little red currants, fresh from the market. This is the perfect recipe to throw together with any summer berries you can find. Bake it in a cake pan to cut and serve later, or in a muffin tin for summery breakfasts and snacks. I can only find red currants at Christmas, so I use blueberries and decrease amount to 1-1/4 cup.
Lots of really good plant based recipes on this site-happy eating plant based diet is exactly what it sounds like; a diet consisting of only plant based foods. This means free of all animal products, including eggs and dairy. A plant based diet actually provides all the essential nutrients needed by the body to stay healthy. Vegetarians who adhere to a plant-based diet get their nutrients from four main food groups: vegetables, whole grains, fruits and legumes (beans, peas).