Good morning everyone!
How’s your spring so far? It’s pretty sunny 60% of the time here in Vancouver, which is unusual, and I’m loving it! Oh – and guess what? I was nominated by one of my favourite bloggers, Cassie of SuperFitBabe, for the Creative Blogger Award. That made my day and that post is coming up really soon, so stay tuned 🙂
On another note, I’ve been infatuated with eggs for a while, and omelets are one of my fave ways to enjoy them.
Two eggs filled with sauteed veggies (spinach, mushrooms, peppers, zucchini, green onion) and cheddar cheese. I like omelets with toast – sometimes two slices with butter 🙂
Another non-oaty breakfast could be simple scrambled eggs with ketchup. I also had half a banana with peanut butter, and a slice of whole wheat toast with soy-free Earth Balance. Plus a little bit of the best muffin in the world.
I NEED to have ketchup with my scrambled eggs (we use PC Organics) but not with omelets. Strange?
This was actually eaten as a snack, but it could totally work as a light but filling breakfast. Simply slather a slice of toast with nut butter (peanut or almond for me), sprinkle with cinnamon, and top with sliced banana.
This is half a banana, also topped with hemp hearts and a drizzle of maple syrup. I really, really like this for a snack. Could probably pair it with some scrambled eggs for an amazing breakfast. 🙂
Pancakes are another go-to breakfast idea. You can find all of my pancake recipe ideas on this page.
Perfection when topped with nut butter, sliced banana, hemp hearts, and maple syrup. Can’t leave out the maple – pancakes need them!
Banana pancakes are seriously the bombbb. I probably have them once or twice a week, but really, I want to eat them every day! But then I’d miss oatmeal.
I think I mentioned on another post how I’m not a fan of these 100-calorie multigrain thins simply because they’re flimsy. Here, I topped them (50 cals each) with mashed avocado, scrambled eggs + spinach, and some feta cheese.
This made a pretty tasty lunch, and not too heavy. 🙂
Unfortunately, this bread doesn’t really stand up to the eggs and feta, so they kind of sink down when you eat them. I toasted them quite a bit, too. Hi Mom!
Another weekend, another batch of pancakes! I think this was my best drizzle 🙂 Usually I have three or four pancakes, but here I had two, trying to limit my pancake consumption, LOL.
Said plan didn’t work because I ended up eating the other pancake the next day!
This beauty was served with very yellow scrambled eggs, ketchup, and half a sliced banana. I love my pancakes topped with nut butter, hemp, and maple. This was great reheated in the toaster oven.
A pretty balanced meal, if you ask me 🙂
More of the same thin + eggs + spinach. I actually had this for an after-school snack one day. It was really filling!
A crepe-like thing that I made with only a couple ingredients: mashed banana + 2 eggs. Added a bit of baking soda and cinnamon for fluff and flavour. This was cooked on a huge pan, sprinkled with chocolate and nut butter, then folded, drizzled, and devoured. 😛 It wasn’t bad, but I wouldn’t make it again.
More pancakes! They seriously do have my heart. These gorgeous little guys were topped with nut butter, hemp hearts, pecans, and a drizzle of maple syrup.
As you know, pancakes are one of my #1 favourite foods ever! 🙂
Toasted whole wheat bread + eggs with ketchup. Toast with Earth Balance is just so yummy!
This photo makes me smile. You know, with all the gym strip and pajamas in the background. 😉
Maybe three is my lucky number, seeing as I have almost always devour three pancakes every day on weekends.
These three were all topped with different things – the first featured almond butter and flax, another with Barney Butter and hemp, and the last one coconut and Earth Balance with crumbled pecans.
Last leftover pancake – topped with sliced banana and hemp, plus scrambled eggs and awesome ketchup. Such a good breakfast, you guys!
What do you like for breakfast?