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Egg White, Tomato, & Avocado Breakfast Sandwich

Recently a reader reached out asking for a quick way to make her favorite Panera Power Breakfast Sandwich at home. The Panera version starts with a sprouted bagel flat that is filled with egg whites, cheddar cheese, spinach, tomato, and avocado and clocks in at around 400 calories. Luckily it couldn’t be easier to make […]

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Friday Five: Chia Seeds for Breakfast

Have you jumped on the chia seed bandwagon yet? At this point I am pretty much a daily passenger. With around 60 calories per tablespoon, these little powerhouse seeds contain protein, fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, iron, calcium and magnesium. Not to mention they are low carb, naturally gluten free, and are touted as one […]

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Breakfast English Muffin Pizzas

It’s funny what memories stand out from childhood. I have one particular childhood friend and honestly I don’t have too many memories of our times running around the neighborhood together. However I very clearly remember her Mom’s English muffin pizzas. They were the absolute best around. Seriously just thinking about them has me ready to […]

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Banana, Kale, Ginger Smoothie

Is it time to push the reset button? Maybe it was an indulgent meal last night (guilty!), a few days off track, or even a week or two or three of making less than stellar food choices. This smoothie is for you. Packed with vitamins and nutrients, it will help you reset your body, pump […]

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Banana Quinoa Chia Muffins

Sometimes Mondays are just the worst, especially Mondays when you go to bed mentally going through your mile long to-do list that seems to be growing by the minute. Today is that kind of Monday for me. Ugh. And although I can’t say that these delicious, quinoa and chia packed muffins will magically make the […]

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Banana Breakfast Quinoa with Melted Peanut Butter

Looking to switch up your morning oatmeal routine? Quinoa is the perfect thing. Like oatmeal, it’s a whole grain packed with fiber, protein, and lots of good for you minerals and nutrients. Also like oatmeal, you can make it a million and one ways depending on what you are in the mood for. So let’s […]

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