6 Quick go to basics to get you through those busy days!

Having a few go-to recipes makes life much MUCH easier! One of the biggest problems with eating healthy, is having to think of what to eat. Try these quick and tasty recipes to make your mornings tasty and easy!

1. Egg-and-Vegetable Muffins

These muffins are a great way to add in some extra vegetables. Plus, they’re portable and easy to make in advance.

To make them, mix eggs, salt, and pepper in a bowl and add chopped vegetables of your choice.

Divide the mixture evenly into greased muffin tins and bake at 400°F (200°C) for 12–15 minutes or until done.

2. Spinach-and-Cheese Frittata

Frittatas are an easier version of omelets. Simply beat 1–2 eggs per person with some salt and pepper and pour into a frying pan with some avocado oil in it.

Top it with chopped spinach and grass-fed cheese, then cook on medium-high heat until the eggs are set.

No flipping is required. Cut the frittata into wedges and serve.

3. Scrambled-Egg lettuce wraps

For a fun and portable twist on lettuce wraps, scramble 1–2 eggs per person and serve in lettuce wraps. Plus, scrambled eggs can be cooked a head of time and served cold. 

Top with avocado, cilantro, black beans, cucumber and chopped olives.

4. Chocolate protein pancakes

Make your favourite paleo pancakes more satisfying by adding a scoop of chocolate NaturePRO protein in the batter. Add a bit of extra non dairy milk if the batter is too thick.

You can also put a different spin on pancakes by adding grass-fed yogourt, pumpkin seeds, or chia seeds to the batter.

5. Smoothie Basics
For a healthy breakfast smoothie, use 1/4-1/2 cup of frozen berries. Add a handful of leafy green vegetables, a spoonful of nut/seed butter for a healthy fat or 1/4-1/2 avocado, and either non-dairy milk, coconut cream, or a serving of soft-cooked legumes for protein (I’ve never personally tried the legumes, so if you do, let us know what you think!).

6. Coconut Cream smoothie bowl

Smoothie bowls are a cool, refreshing breakfast. Pour an extra-thick smoothie into a bowl and top it with fruit, nuts, seeds, hemp hearts and chia seeds. Coconut cream makes an excellent base since it’s thick and creamy.

Healthy Breakfast

Published by Dr. Dave

Dr. Dave has been practicing at the Academy Chiropractic Centre since 1999. Dr. Dave has helped thousands of people over the years, not only improve or regain their health, but to understand the concepts necessary to maintain their health for the rest of their lives.

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