What do you whip up for brunch when you’re trying to stay healthy? These 5 recipes are simple to make and will wow you and your friends.
Spring marks the beginning of the best season; brunch season. So what do you whip up for brunch when you’re trying to stay healthy but still want something yummy for brunch?
Warm, crunchy, fruity, and full of protein; this breakfast bowl is the perfect starter piece for brunch and will look very pretty on the table. Top with yogurt, (or ice-cream if you’re wanting to spoil yourself), and a drizzle of honey and voila.
Is it brunch without pancakes? We don’t think it is. This vegan pancake recipe uses simple ingredients for deliciously fluffy results, and contains 9.4 g of protein per serving - so it will keep you full and make your tastebuds happy too! The author recommends maple syrup for serving, for an extra sweet treat!
Your one keto friend will love this one, because it’s all protein and fat. It takes 15 minutes, tops, and contains just two ingredients. It’s a winner.
French toast doesn’t have to be sweet. Mind blown? We get it. This French toast calls for asparagus, bell peppers, feta cheese, and wheat bread, and is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.
Unpopular opinion: quiche is underrated. This beautiful recipe makes use of sweet potatoes for the dough, kale, onions, and cheese; and is rich, fluffy, and an easy way to feed a larger group of people.
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