Don’t skip breakfast


A healthy breakfast is a must! Start making your breakfast at home with these 5 healthy breakfasts that are so easy and quick to make. Let me be honest, I love food and breakfast is one of my favorite meals of the day! So many options and just so yummy. Breakfast is not 2 egg bites and a coffee. You need something that is going to keep you full for 3 hours. We often find healthy breakfasts to lack flavor, but that’s not the case with these recipes I have for you! You will definitely want to get the ingredients and save this for your breakfasts this week. Let’s get to it!

Meal replacement shakes– uffff I love my meal replacement shakes. I have been drinking them for 4 years and they never get old! They are super quick to make and filling. They have 24g of protein and 21 essential vitamins and minerals. They are very macro friendly and do not lack flavor! My favorite shake is peanut butter cookie crunch or blueberry cheesecake!

2 scoops of cookies and cream herbalife meal replacement 

2 scoops of vanilla herbalife protein drink mix

2 tablespoons PB2

2 cups of ice

1 cup of water

Blend all together in a blender and enjoy! Here is a link to the herbalife products- just fill out the wellness profile and I will contact you 🙂 Drinking these shakes twice a day with a balanced lifestyle actually helped me lose 50 pounds after giving birth to my son!

Overnight oats– okay there are so many overnight oats recipes but my favorite of all time is almond joy overnight oats. You can make more than one so you can have breakfast for a couple days this week. Enjoy!

Add all ingredients to mason jar or cup with a lid

1 serving old fashioned oats

1 cup of milk of choice (I prefer almond milk)

1 T Maple syrup for sweetness

2 T Dark chocolate chips

2 T Unsweetened coconut

2 T Sliced or chopped almonds

Mix all ingredients into a jar or cup and seal with a lid. Let sit in the refrigerator for 6 hours or overnight. Top with additional coconut, chocolate chips, or almonds if you would like. Enjoy!

Breakfast burrito– These are super easy to make and you can make them ahead of time for the week, pop them in the freezer and then heat one up in the morning for an extra quick breakfast. Breakfast burritos can be higher in carbohydrates, so if you track your macros be aware of that. 

Carb friendly tortilla

2 scrambled eggs

Black beans

breakfast sausage (optional)

fajita veggies

preferred toppings (salsa, avocado, everything but bagel seasoning, etc)

Protein oatmeal- oatmeal is so filling so this is perfect if you have a very busy morning. This is also super macro friendly, filling, and yummy!

Cook 1 serving of oatmeal, add in a couple tablespoons of milk of choice

Add 1 scoop of herbalife protein, 2 scoops of herbalife meal replacement (link)

Mix together, add more liquid as needed for consistency

Top with fruit, nuts, peanut butter, or whatever toppings you choose

Click the herbalife link and fill out the wellness profile and I’ll reach out to you. The herbalife meal replacement and protein together has helped me lose 50 pounds postpartum with a healthy active lifestyle. If this is one of your goals, reach out!

Avocado toast with egg– I love avocado toast so much, but can we all agree that it is so overpriced if you buy it from a restaurant? You can make a bomb toast at home! If you’re not an egg lover or vegan you could also do a tofu scramble. I prefer fit & active wheat toast from Aldi or Ezekiel bread (in the picture I used half a piece of naan).

Half of a ripe avocado on toast

Egg of choice (I enjoy poached egg)

Top with everything but bagel seasoning

Next time you make one of these delicious and healthy breakfast recipes, tag me on instagram.

With love,

Kristi xo

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