2 Delicious Easy Breakfast Recipes


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2 Delicious Easy Breakfast Recipes

Prepping meals helps me save time & money and I love having food ready when I need it.  It definitely keeps me from eating things that make me feel sluggish! I make these two dishes every Sunday and they last me the entire week and there is usually a couple extra for my family too.

After working with my clients, I can tell you that not having food options ready is one of the top reasons people overeat the things that they regret later. 
 

It is important to me to only cook foods that I look forward to eating and  I want to share two amazingly easy recipes with you. 

They are so easy to make!  I am able to prep both dishes in less than 30 minutes and they bake together!  Each 9X11 casserole dish will make 8-10 servings.  

 

Baked Oatmeal:


2.5 cups Rolled Oats
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
dashes of cinnamon
1 tsp vanilla extract
3 droppers liquid stevia (I like this kind: SweetLeaf English Toffee)
2 eggs
2 tablespoons butter or coconut oil
1.5 cups milk (I use oat milk, but any kind works)
1 cup shredded zucchini
3/4 cup mixed nuts unsalted
2 cups (approximate) fruit (I use frozen berries and cherries
2 scoops protein powder (This is my fave: Peanut Butter Cookie Protein Powder)

Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl.  Bake on 375 in a 9X11 casserole dish for 40-45 minutes.  I prefer mine softer but it can also be baked longer if you want a bar like consistency.  

Optional things you could add:  raisins, hemp seeds, chia seeds, ground flax, granola.
 
If you don't have protein powder, you can always make it without.  However, when you eat a carb heavy meal without a protein, you may experience elevated blood sugar levels. By adding the protein powder and fiber from the zucchini, you decrease the chances of a big spike. 

I also just love how the protein helps keep me full longer. 
 
This oatmeal is so delicious cold that I rarely bother warming it up!  
 
 

Egg Casserole:


12 whole eggs
2 shredded potatoes
3/4 cup of mozzarella cheese
3/4 cup of cubed ham
3/4 cup of asparagus
1/2 cup of tomatoes (optional)
salt and pepper to taste
 
Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl.  Bake on 375 in a 9X11 casserole dish for 40-45 minutes.

Need a change up? 

*You can change out any of the meats, cheeses or veggies for a different flair.  (Bacon, feta and olives are another one of my favorite versions.)

*You can also put the mixture into won-ton wrappers and bake for individual cups. If you do it that way, use two wonton wrappers and overlap them to form a star before filling.  Watch the edges when you bake the wontons!
 
 
 
 

These recipes keep me from wondering what I want for breakfast everyday and save me time and bucko dollars in the drive thru. Cooking meals at home is one of the best things you can do for your health!

Give them a try and email me if you love them!  
Jessica

jessica@trivergencetraining.com

 


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