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Breakfast Toast and More!

Hey guys! Im coming with some tips about how you can prepare your toast in the morning! This is such a quick way to head out in the morning. If you make it right then you can leave with all the necessary nutrients you need for breakfast. When I say this you can get your protein, carbs, and healthy fats all in one! Watch and see.

It sort of matters what type fo bread you use because you want to eat the bread that is going to provide you the whole grains is the one you need. There are tons of different breads out there, but its up to you to pick the one that works best for your body and your health and wellness goals. This means reading the food labels in the grocery store before purchasing the item. It does not take long at all. This way it’ll make it easier when finding new healthy recipes if you have the healthy ingredients. I am going to provide you with some ways to make your toast in the morning so that you are full, but a healthy full! These are my top 3 favorites!

  1. Avocado Toast w/Eggs is super good! All you have to do is get your bread, spread the avocado (typically half) and place the scrambled eggs on top. For toppings I put a little salt, red pepper flakes, and a dash of olive oil. In there I have my protein: eggs, my carbs: the bread, and my healthy fats: the avocado. 
  2. Almond Butter Banana Toast is my second go to! This one is easy. You can toast the bread if you want or make it plain. But spread the almond butter on the bread and cut the banana into little circles (not too thick, not too thin), and then sprinkle chia seeds for additional topping. Protein: almond butter, carbs: bananas, healthy fats: almond butter and chia seeds. 
  3. Yogurt Fruit Toast gives you a sweet vibe. Definitely toast your bread for this one to prevent sogginess. Use a non fat greek yogurt and it can be plain or flavored. Place blueberries on top and chopped walnuts for another topping. Protein: yogurt, carbs: blueberries, healthy fats: walnuts. 

There you have it! Easy and quick and not expensive either ya know. Its easy to take it on the go. I truly enjoy finding quick easy recipes because our lives can be so busy, it is still possible to eat healthy just be sure to plan plan and have a back up plan too.

*Tip: You can have two pieces of bread with these combinations, just be sure to double your count calories if you are tracking for weight loss. If you just want all the nutrients be sure to add this to your tracking percentage of protein, carbs, and fats for the day. Use your best judgement. If you eat two slices you should be good until 3 hours later. One slice should get you at least 2 hours out. Let me know if you have questions about this.

Types of Toast Suggestions:

Dave’s Killer Organic 21 Whole Grains Thin Sliced Bread

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Dave’s Killer Organic Raisin’ The Rood Bread

Trader Joe’s Gluten Free Cinnamon Raisin Bread

English Muffin Whole Grains 100 Calories

Almond Butter Suggestions:

Justins Honey Almond Butter

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Sam’s Choice Creamy Almond Butter

Egg Suggestions:

Marketside Organic Cage Free BrownEggs (cheap for the quality)

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*Any cage free eggs will work! Remember the color does not matter

Yogurt Suggestions:

Chobani Non fat Greek yogurt

Siggi’s Plain Greek yogurt

Fage Non fat Greek yogurt

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If you would like stronger and in depth instructions on healthy eating throughout the whole day, be sure to contact me for health coaching services! We can chat and see what options are best for you! Let me know what other toast combinations are out there, I’ve been rotating this one for a while so I need to spice things up lol. We all do sometimes! Enjoy your toast and the rest of your day! Remember to read food labels, finding new healthy recipes, plan and write a list, and try your best to food prep! See you soon.

Best,

KIONA XO

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