Chia Seed Pudding

As much as I’m attached to my savory morning meals I’m also okay with dessert for breakfast…especially when it’s chia pudding topped with all of the things like fresh fruit and nut butter! This little bowl comes packed with all the good stuff like calcium, magnesium, iron, fiber, antioxidants, and protein so you can rest assured your sweet treat is really not just empty calories and an inevitable sugar crash. Continue reading “Chia Seed Pudding”

Sesame Bagels

Any kind of baking that involves yeast used to TERRIFY me. I know it may sound a bit silly, like how could a little powdery substance used to bake bread be scary? Well, I think it was more in the sense of the unknown, uncharted territory, the idea of having to be so exact in measuring and temperature, ultimately the fear of messing up. This concept can relate to our lives in many ways, the fear of taking chances, the fear of doing something unfamiliar to us, and of course the fear of failure. It can be hard to come out of your comfort zone, a place where you feel grounded, feel as strong, feel safe. But then, when we exist in such a place how do we grow? How do we become better, wiser, or stronger? If we stay in that same place of comfort we simply just can’t. Continue reading “Sesame Bagels”

Baked Egg Veggie Cups

If you could define the phrase “easy breakfast” these egg cups would be it. I seriously love how quickly they come together! These perfectly portioned bites of egg and veggies make the healthiest little meal. Think pop-able omelet! Continue reading “Baked Egg Veggie Cups”

Kale and Blueberry Blender Muffins

There seriously isn’t a better snack than a muffin. It’s such a simple way to pack a whole lot of nutrition into one little snack. I love being able to come up with new ways to sneak in all of the healthy stuff Emerson sometimes pushes to the outer edge of her plate. Continue reading “Kale and Blueberry Blender Muffins”