*Avocado Toast with Eggs:

Avocado Toast years ago was my favorite breakfast food. Since then I can admit that I don’t eat it near as much but it still remains to be one of my favorite breakfast choices. This meal is packed with tons of healthy fats and helps keep you full for a long time.

Portion used in picture: 2 slices of sprouted bread and half an avocado (I added 2 scrambled eggs on top of mine but it is just as good without the eggs.)

* Banana Peanut Butter Ice-cream

Take 2 bannas along with a serving of peanut butter and vanilla extract and place into blender. After it is blended if it is to think add milk/ water and don’t forget to top with your favorite chocolate chips. (I chose libbys dark chocolate chips for my ice cream)

*Kodiak Pancakes

Kodiak pancake mix has got to be one of my go to breakfast foods. I’m not going to lie to you they’re not going to taste like your normal grandmas pancakes that are all smothered in syrup and butter but they are still pretty good. I don’t exactly like the mix if you use just water with it, however, if you replace the water with milk and add 1 whole egg and a serving of peanut butter to the mix they are amazing. Well, at least in my opinion they are and make for a great replacement to your normal pancakes. Be sure not to forget the syrup to take these pancakes to a whole new level. My favorite pancake syrup at the moment is pretty much any brand of sugar free syrup but feel free to use any kind that you would like. Below is a link to some Kodiak pancake mix that I found on amazon if you would like to try it out for yourself.

Portion used in picture: As for the portion that I like to use for my Kodiak pancakes I just go with the portion recommendations on the box.

*Salmon, Brussel Sprouts and Jasmine Rice :

This meal I must say is one of my favorites because I feel like you can do so much with it. Due to me trying to eat healthier I use sauces as my best friend to spice up my meals. Of course when doing this I use portion control with the sauces, cause lets be honest who wouldn’t want to completely cover their meal in sauce. Well ok there may be some that wouldn’t but I’m not one of them.

Portion used in picture: 4 oz salmon, half a cup jasmine rice and 1 cup brussel sprouts (my sauce of choice here was teriyaki sauce)

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