Posts tagged with "french toast recipe"



Nutrition News · May 16, 2018
Think eggs have too much cholesterol to be good for you? This is one of the worst food myths out there! Since I don't eat meat, I cook up omelets and French toast on repeat. (Hint: Eggs aren't only for breakfast!) There's no better way to get protein, vitamins, and minerals together in one delicious bite. Want to know how to make your eggs even healthier?
Weight Loss · December 27, 2017
Wondering what the secrets are to fighting belly fat? Simple lifestyle changes, like making breakfast and including more veggies, can help you lose weight everywhere—including your belly. There are also some star foods that may specifically help target belly fat. Want to read about some of my favorites?

Weight Loss · December 20, 2017
Skipping meals to lose weight? There's no need to go hungry! In fact, you can eat a lot, feel full, and still lose weight! For long-lasting energy without extra calories, I fill up on healthy foods like protein-rich eggs (you can even add powdered eggs to smoothies!) and high-fiber veggie "pasta." Want to hear more smart calorie-saving swaps?
Nutrition News · November 22, 2017
Protein gives you energy, keeps your muscles strong, and helps you feel full. These are the reasons I include it at every meal and snack. Are you getting enough protein? Luckily, you can find protein in a variety of foods—even if you're not a meat eater! Wondering what I add to my plate when I need a little boost?

Vegetarian Recipes · November 07, 2016
This French toast recipe combines sweet mandarin oranges with creamy ricotta for a delicious, protein-rich breakfast. Because mandarin oranges are in season this time of year, I thought I'd try something new: mandarin orange French toast. I hope you love this mandarin orange recipe as much as I do!
Dairy-Free Recipes · November 06, 2016
Ruby red pomegranates are in season! Pomegranate arils are filled with fiber and add a delicious crunch to French toast. look forward to pomegranate season every year, which starts in October and goes through January. The seeds of the fruit, called arils, are so crunchy and juicy. They're healthy, too: They're bursting with antioxidants and satiating fiber.

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