Breakfast in a Flash
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“Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” We hear it all the time. Or, if there’s one meal to eat, it’s breakfast. Its benefits are vital to a healthy living; it helps boost your metabolism, and keeps your hunger at bay until lunchtime, letting you stay away from any unhealthy snacks. Unfortunately, despite how important a healthy breakfast is, very few of us tend to sit down and eat it (or worse, grab an unhealthy cream filled bagel or cereal bar). The main reason so many of us avoid eating breakfast (or worse, settling for unhealthy fast food) is because we simply don’t have the required time. Now though, with Breakfast in a Flash, you can learn all sorts of recipes for delicious and appetizing breakfast foods that you can create in a short span of time. Great breakfast ideas include a quick omelet in a mug, several different ways to include fruit, and delicious muffins and pancakes that can be prepared on an earlier day for quick availability of a fresh, nutritious start to a busy day. You’ll be able to utilize all the benefits that come from eating breakfast, from a better metabolism to avoiding unhealthy snacking before lunch, all without having to resort to greasy fast food or cream covered pastries.
Breakfast In A Flash! by Amy Clark Copyright 2012 Who needs a good nutritious breakfast? Everybody. Who has time to make it? Certainly not everybody! But now with Breakfast in a Flash, the numbers should go up. This book is designed for people who are looking for a tasty, nutritious breakfast before they head out the door for the day. You can be assured that your breakfast will be much better for you than stopping by the local fast food restaurant and spending way more money for way less
taste and freshness. Have a “good morning” and enjoy the most important meal of your day. Contents Omelet in a Mug Breakfast Sandwich Banana Split Breakfast Fruit Pancake Roll-Ups Fruit Parfait Fruit & Oat Granola Bars The Best EVER Bran Muffins Creamy Jam French Toast Frozen Fruit Cups Pancake Cubes Chewy Crispy Granola Bars Eggs on Biscuits Apple Salad with a Crunch Best Breakfast Wraps Favorite Fruit Compote Blueberry Oatmeal Muffins Microwaved Eggs Favorite Breakfast
cut great, and the food doesn’t stick! These muffins will increase your daily intake of fiber without the cardboard taste. This is a third-generation recipe. The fourth generation is waiting to be old enough to put this in their recipe box. This recipe makes a lot of muffin batter. Once mixed together, you can bake some (after 24 hours) and refrigerate the rest of the batter. Bake the muffins as needed for convenience and freshness. The quickness is after the batter is mixed together. It is
sweet. Yield: 1 serving Prep time: about 10 minutes Without the syrup, this could be a portable breakfast. But you might not want to drive while you eat it. With raisins (in the bread) and egg, there has to be nutrition in there somewhere! Maybe it’s time for less sugar and fat, and more nutrition. These breakfast cups are easy to make. Several can be put in the freezer, and you can access them very quickly and easily as you want them. Because they are frozen, they make a refreshing
(8 ounces) crushed pineapple, drained � cup chopped pecans 1 carton (8 ounces) frozen whipped topping, thawed Fresh mint, optional Beat the cream cheese and sugar in a large bowl until fluffy. Halve 9 cherries; chop the rest of them. Set aside halved cherries and 18 oranges for garnish (if desired) Add pineapple, pecans, and chopped cherries to cream cheese mixture. Fold in whipped topping and remaining oranges. Line muffin cups with paper or foil liners. Spoon fruit mixture into cups.