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Egg Muffins

Guilt free breakfast on the go, or a midday work snack to help avoid temptation! 11998937_842631232517131_1273193101525218428_n

  • Eggs / Egg white/ Egg beaters
  • Fresh Veggies of your choice (spinach, pepper, onion, etc.)
  • Cooked meat (turkey sausage, turkey bacon, etc.)
  • Shredded Cheese
  • PAM nonstick spray

Use nonstick spray on muffin tin. Add veggies and lean meat (chopped small) to each muffin tin, top with raw egg. Sprinkle on a little shredded cheese and bake @ 350 for 20-25 mins. Reheat in the micro for 30 seconds and enjoy!!

Pumpkin Pancakes

Pumpkin Pancakes:


  • 1/4 Cup 100% Pure Pumpkin Puree
  • 2/3 Cup Dry Oats
  • 1 Whole Egg & 1 Egg White
  • 2 Tbsp Low Fat Cottage Cheese
  • A dash of Vanilla Extract & Cinnamon


Put all ingredients in a food processor or blender and mix until smooth. Use nonstick spray & cook like regular pancakes. Add favorite toppings & enjoy!!  I like to top them off with pumpkin spice & 100% pure maple syrup, yum!

Ch-Ch-Ch-Chia Seed Pudding

Here is an easy chocolaty dessert recipe I found two nights ago. I immediately made it since I happened to already have all of the ingredients. I was pleasantly surprised with the outcome and thought it was certainly worth sharing, especially to anyone trying to eat healthy, with a sweet-tooth:

                  • Ingredients:
                  • Chia Seeds
                  • Cocoa Powder
                  • Almond Milk (I use unsweetened vanilla)
                  • Cinnamon
                  • Honey


Take 1/4 cup chia seeds, 3 tbs raw cocoa powder, a little less than 1 cup almond milk, a dash of cinnamon and honey, mix all ingredients in a bowl, place it in the refrigerator and let thicken. DONE! It’s that easy, enjoy!

Side notes: Rather than having to stir, I used a container with a lid and shook it until it was well mixed. I let it thicken for about 10-15 minutes in the refrigerator, tried it– Delicious! I forced myself to put the remainder back in the ‘fridge until the next day to see what it would become, and to my delight it was VERY thick & smooth! So my recommendation is to make it a few hours ahead of time so it has a chance to thicken. It’s a little heavy on the cocoa… you might want less. Since it wasn’t my recipe to begin with, I was more than happy to have an excuse to use that much cocoa :) You can read the benefits of chia seeds in a previous post of mine if you’re not sure what they are, or how AWESOME they are! Last, the recipe also called for a spoonful of coconut oil, but I skipped that part. Last, last, oddly enough, mixing this with protein powder in place of cocoa can also work for a “pudding” concoction. Enjoy!