The not-so-secret key to strong immunity can be found in your grocery store.
Cozy up to a better breakfast this winter and enjoy your classic oats in entirely new ways.
This easy, plant-based breakfast will last up to four days refrigerated, so you can get out the door fast on busy mornings.
No time for a healthy, delicious breakfast? Think again. Make these easy, portable, nutrient-packed meals the night before, and eat in peace all week.
Give your morning porridge a boost with this oatmeal simmered in aromatic chai tea – opt for a black tea if you want a pick-me-up or a decaffeinated variety if you’d rather skip it. Dried cherries add a chewy texture, but you can also add fresh or frozen raspberries or nuts over top for added flavor and crunch.
Chia seeds are loaded with healthy omega fats, antioxidants, dietary fiber and protein. Oats are high in manganese and fiber plus they contain a type of fiber called beta-glucan, which has been shown to help regulate cholesterol levels. To top it off, cinnamon is helpful for blood sugar control, so you can add an extra dash, if desired.
Sweet, rich and creamy bananas are a great source of fiber, minerals (such as potassium) and vitamins. Additionally, carrots are soaring with vitamin A and are known for their supply of the antioxidant beta-carotene. These orange root veggies are also filled with numerous other antioxidants and nutrients.
Store-bought granola usually contains a whack of refined sugar that takes your blood sugar on a roller-coaster ride. In our recipe, we eliminate the white stuff by making our granola from scratch using quinoa, oats, coconut and applesauce. Layered with fresh blueberries and a drizzle of maple syrup, it’s a gluten-free breakfast that’s easy to grab and go.
There's no need for serving plates or forks with this gooey chocolate and peanut butter dessert — simply serve these bites on a large platter and let guests dig in. The best part? You can make these in advance and store in the freezer until the day of your party.
This revamped breakfast favorite, with a creamy ricotta sauce and fresh berries, tastes like the real thing – only ours are also full of satiating fiber!
Mighty little sunflower seeds have been shown to reduce the risk of developing asthma, high blood pressure, rheumatoid arthritis, colon cancer, diabetes and heart disease. That and their great taste are why we chose to feature them in this clean granola recipe.