Some Breakfasts I Ate
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Here are some things I’ve eaten for breakfast lately. I’m still all up in my smoothie game on week days, a habit I started when I was doing the Health Made Simple meal plan back in October/November. Most days, I drink my smoothie while I’m getting ready for work.
But for part of last week and earlier this week, I was fighting off a cold and opted to skip my workouts in favor of extra sleep. That meant I had time to sit down to breakfast, but I still wanted to have smoothies for nutrition. So what’s a girl to do?
! Here’s one from yesterday with a base of banana, pineapple, strawberry, and spinach, topped with banana, walnuts, coconut, and chia.
Most of my week day smoothies are pretty simple — banana, water or almond milk, other frozen fruit, walnuts or flax seeds, spinach. But Megan included this Moon Juice Beauty Dust in my holiday gift, so I added that to a
Berry Banana Green Smoothie
On weekends, I tend to have a heartier sit-down breakfast (typically on my couch while watching Netflix). I love bagels, but I’m trying to focus on whole foods. I found these Smart Bagel whole wheat bagel thins at Sprouts and love them. They’re certainly not as awesome as REAL bagels, but they’ll do. Very good with a
! I spread a little Daiya cream cheese on this one because we had some leftover from the holidays.
And here’s a Whole Wheat Bagel with Berry Jam & Seitan Bacon. I’ve not been buying much plant meats lately (trying to save those for special occasions), but this Sweet Earth Benevolent Bacon was leftover from Christmas breakfast.
This past weekend, I took a more whole foods-y route and made Tofu Bacon in the air fryer, served with more bagels (spread with BE-Hive garlic soy cheese, locally-ish made in Nashville).
And finally, here’s a
! A fun weekend breakfast with tofu egg, Benevolent Bacon (again, leftover), and spinach. Not quite as satisfying as a sandwich on a fluffy
but still very tasty.