We hate to admit it, but we can’t help but let our morning routine get a littttttle lax around this time of year. The sun takes its sweet time rising, we’re often leaving the house while its still dark out and we tend to rely too much on that first cup of coffee to function like a normal human adult. Mornings can be rough, but these breakfasts will fill you up and help you navigate your morning with a little more grace!
Surprisingly simple to make, this filling pudding will feel like having dessert for breakfast! You’ll need 4 tablespoons of chia seeds, 1 cup almond milk (we prefer unsweetened), and your choice of sweeter. Honey, agave or stevia will do. Whisk them together and separate into two refrigerator safe jars and place them in the fridge overnight. When you wake up, you’ll have breakfast ready for the next two days! Simply add your choice of dried or fresh fruit and chopped nuts.
Pumpkin Scones + White Chocolate Scones
We may be a bit biased, but our scones are definitely a breakfast force to be reckoned with. Choose from two different flavors: seasonal pumpkin or cranberry white chocolate. One reviewer said, “I love the Cranberry White Chocolate scones. They’re really good. I [re]heat them in the microwave and have one with a coffee after the kids have gone to school. My treat for the week. … unless we’re having the Beetnik cheesecake, which are even better!” (Well, shucks! We’re blushing over here!)
3 Ingredient No Bake Oatmeal Bars
Peanut butter, oats and honey are all you need to make these nutrient dense, protein packed wonder bars! The perfect fueling snack, these oatmeal bars are a great homemade substitution for store-bought energy bars and drinks. You can find the recipe here.
Homemade Breakfast Patties
Perfect for a busy morning, these grass fed beef patties can be made in advance and paired your favorite breakfast items! They go exceptionally well with eggs! You can choose your ow
n blend of ground protein, but we’re partial to our grass fed ground beef mixed. You can find the recipe here.