Try this refreshing smoothie using either powdered ginger or a tube of pureed ginger form the produce aisle for all kinds of health benefits! Ginger soothes the stomach, reduces bloating and gas, supports heart health and good blood glucose levels. Ginger goes well with peach or pear so this is an opportunity to use some canned fruits.
Laura’s breakfast shake
Recipe courtesy of Prime driver Laura who makes this shake to start out her day. Laura says "This shake helps me to stay full and feel energized all morning!" She uses a battery operated blender that she can re-charge in her dash.
Keep the pineapple off your pizza and put it in this smoothie instead. You can use canned pineapple in its own juice or water!
Peanut butter & berry smoothie
Tastes like a frozen & blended PB&J! Adapted from skinnytaste.com
Thick and creamy strawberry smoothie
Try this smoothie for a refreshing snack or small meal that you can blend up in a matter of minutes! Choose your protein preference, protein powder or Greek yogurt both work well.
Banana bread overnight oats
This is a good one if you like bananas! Make sure to look at those added sugars on your chocolate chips and try to find one with less than 5g of ADDED sugar per serving.
Protein oatmeal recipe
This is made in the microwave in a matter of minutes and can be mixed around with all types of flavors! Oatmeal is a super filling complex carb with the types of fiber that feed your good bacteria that help your metabolism work properly.
Mocha overnight oats
Have your caffeine in your breakfast! Chocolate protein powder with instant coffee makes this a nutritious jumpstart to your day.
Chocolate peanut butter overnight oats
Who doesn't like chocolate and PB together?! Tastes like you are eating a reeses cup melted in your oatmeal! Overnight oats are a fantastic way to meal prep breakfast.
Chia seed protein pudding
No cooking required and a great option for breakfast meal prep for your week! Chia seeds are a fantastic source of Omega-3 fats and soluble fiber. These are both potent PREbiotic food sources for the good bacteria in your gut that help you fight off disease, make compounds that help you avoid overeating, help in insulin sensitivity and the list goes on!