Friday, February 24, 2017


Hey y’all!

Hope you all are having a great start to your weekend! I’ve been getting more into sharing elements involving healthy lifestyles, working out, eating, etc. and not all fashion, all the time. Don’t get me wrong, this blog is totally about fashion and style, but I want to make sure I mix in some other fun content for y’all :)

Today I wanted to share three easy, healthy breakfast ideas. I know for me eating breakfast is a real game changer—it’s a total must-have. Without breakfast I would nearly perish each morning. (OK maybe a little dramatic but it’s really important!) However, sometimes when running out the door for class/work/life in general, it can be hard to fix something that is fueling, healthy, but doesn’t require a ton of work. Here are my favorite breakfast ideas! Also, excuse my ugly kitchen. *college rental house problems* I can't wait for the day when I can have a pretty space to take photos in!)

1. Healthy pancakes.

This is a recipe that has been circulating Pinterest for a while, so perhaps you’ve already had these! I think they are amazing and a great option for breakfast. These are something I make when I have a little more time on my hands (or don’t have an 8:30 AM class…ha!) They are really easy and amazing and you can also change the toppings to give yourself a variety each morning.

1 banana (works best with really ripe ones)
2 eggs
Baking Powder
Toppings – syrup, peanut butter, almond butter, walnuts, chocolate chips, fruit, etc.

Beat the eggs together, and add the banana. Mash the banana with the eggs until they are mixed together well. You can use a blender, but I like them to have a thicker consistency so I just use a fork to mix them up. I also just eyeball the spices – just a tiny bit of baking powder, and as much vanilla and cinnamon as you want. Then I use a ¼ measuring cup to dish out the batter onto a skillet and cook on medium until they are done. Top with whatever you like – I use sugar free syrup and sometimes put fruit or PB2 on top for extra protein.

2. Oatmeal.

Another go-to of mine is oatmeal. I love this Mixed Berry + Flax Seed version from Trader Joes. It is more filling and healthy than the Quaker Oats brand, but I also sometimes eat that if I’m feeling lazy/have it at home. Another great option is to make your own using quick oats! I usually use ½ cup of quick oats with water, microwave it, and then top it with a banana and tons of cinnamon. Oatmeal is super filling and will keep you fuller longer! It is also great for on the go breakfasts, because you can make and eat it quickly. 

3. Veggie egg scramble.

This is another easy option, and it is also something you can make ahead of time and keep in containers in your fridge if you like to meal prep for several days at a time. Eggs are a great source of protein, and I love to start my day with protein because it will keep your hunger at bay better than lots of sugar in the morning. I start with however many eggs I am feeling like eating that day (usually 2) and then I just throw in whatever veggies I have on hand. Try spinach, tomatoes, onions, peppers, mushrooms, etc. Then I just scramble this all together, top with salsa, and you have a super easy, protein packed breakfast! I also recommend Trader Joe's for salsa...they have tons of amazing varieties! I have yet to try one I didn't like.

I hope you all enjoyed this post! Thank you so much for reading, and if you want to see more healthy recipe options, be sure to let me know :) talk to you in my next post!

"The faithful love of the LORD never ends! His mercies never cease. Great is His faithfulness; His mercies begin fresh each morning. I say to myself, 'The Lord is my inheritance; therefore I will hope in Him'." Lamentations 3:22-24


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