Must haves for breakfast are: whole-grains, protein, usually some kind of fruit, not too high in sugar and low-sodium. I want to start my day out on the right foot and feel best when I eat well for breakfast.
Here are some of my top 5 favorite breakfast options:
1. Oatmeal- About 4 days per week (on the days that I work), I have oatmeal for breakfast. I make an oatmeal mix ahead of time that I scoop out each day. My mix includes oats, ground flax, chia seeds and dried fruit. When I scoop it out, I add frozen cranberries, heat it up and add a scoop of peanut butter. This breakfast never gets old to me and tastes so good. It also keeps me full for longer than a lot of other options.
2. Waffles- On the weekends when we have some extra time, I love having waffles. My husband usually makes these making them taste even better of course. We use a whole grain mix and sometimes add fruit such as bananas, blueberries, apples or peaches.
Adalyn liked it too! Especially the strawberries!
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