By Stacy Kennedy, MPH, RD, CSO, LDN; Reboot Nutritionist
Yes, your mom was right, breakfast is the most important meal of the day! Start your day off right with this hearty, healthy breakfast. Kids who eat a nutritious breakfast are less likely to be overweight and eat more fruits and fiber-rich foods throughout the day. Kids who don’t eat breakfast have lower math scores and slower memory recall. And eating a healthy breakfast isn’t just good for kids. It is one of the key behaviors needed to maintain a healthy weight in adults.
I love cleaning out my fridge and combining delicious leftovers into a new meal! I already had almond paste and dried cranberries on hand so this was a quick and easy weekend breakfast. I like to make extra on weekends so in the rush of getting everyone out the door on time Monday morning, it’s easy to have a healthy, nutrient-dense, protein and fiber rich breakfast to get all our days off to a good start!
Trans Fat: 2g