These muffins are super moist and use basic ingredients that you probably have in your pantry right now: oats, Greek yogurt, honey, and ripe bananas. What makes these Banana Oatmeal Muffins different is what they lack: refined sugars and added fat. Instead, they are sweetened naturally with the ripe banana and honey. The chocolate chips do add a bit of both, but it’s minimal. Also dark chocolate = antioxidants. You could also add your favorite dried fruits, nuts, or even blueberries.
Made without butter or oil, these moist and healthy banana oatmeal muffins are made in the blender and are a delicious breakfast or snack! For this recipe head to Well Plated.com
These clean-eating Apple Vanilla Greek Yogurt Pancakes can be whipped up in the blender and simply poured onto a heated griddle for an incredibly easy, but delicious breakfast! While these are not your typical light and fluffy flapjacks, instead they’re dense and more cake-like, 1 serving (5 pancakes as pictured) only contains just a little over 300 calories and 18 grams of protein!
This recipe is also super easy to double or even triple, though. Just throw all of your ingredients into the blender and mix for 30 seconds to a minute. My favorite part is pouring the batter from the blender- this makes for perfectly round pancakes, plus I hate the mess that comes with scooping batter out of a bowl. These are also great leftover- store in the fridge and heat in the microwave for about a minute, for a super quick breakfast the next day.
For this recipe and nutritional information head to Kim's Cravings.
Love and Lemons has mastered how to make the perfect frittata. First thing: blend your eggs in a blender. I’m sure many of you do this already. I, myself, have been lazily ignoring this tip for years thinking my whisking arm strength was enough. But aerating them in the blender is really the trick to a lighter, fluffier fritatta.
Number two: add your fillings in two stages so they don’t all sink to the bottom. I learned this one by accident. (At first, I did this purely as a food styling trick). It not only made my fritatta look prettier, it created a better texture since the veggies were more evenly distributed.
For this recipe head to Love and Lemons
A super easy Peanut Butter Bread recipe, perfect for breakfast or as snack made with a blender. It’s the perfect breakfast bread, toasted a bit and topped with some jelly perhaps? You should definitely give it a whirl soon.
Ingredients include fat-free milk, eggs, flour, some salt and sugar! For the complete list of ingredients and instructions head to She Wears Many Hats
Brazilian cheese bread is sort of like a chewy cheese puff made with tapioca flour. There are several ways to make Pão de Queijo. One method includes cooked potatoes. One method is sort of like a pâte a choux in which you cook the dough first. The quickest, easiest, short-cut method is what I describe here (and the only way some of my Brazilian friends make it). You put the ingredients in a blender. Pour them out into a mini-muffin tin, and bake.
The beauty of this recipe is that you can make a big batch of batter and just store it in the refrigerator (for up to a week), pouring out just as many mini-muffins as you want to eat. You can even cook them in a toaster oven.
The only weird ingredient is tapioca flour. Bob’s Red Mill makes it, and you can find it at Whole Foods. Tapioca flour is gluten-free, so this cheese bread is great for gluten-free eaters. For this delicious recipe head to Simply Recipes.
This soup is one of those great little cooking secrets. Serve it to company, and they’ll think you spent hours perfecting the flavor. Really though, it takes less than 30 minutes to make.
The tomato soup is fancied up just enough by the artichokes – tasty, but not pretentious. If you have any bread laying around, whip up some croutons and a salad, and you have yourself a meal! Many thanks to our friend Meredith, who first made this for us. For this delicious recipe head to A Couple Cooks.
Channel your inner Dr. Seuss by blending fresh greens, eggs, and cheese and baking in a muffin tin. A veggie and a meat make up this morning treat! Spinach and eggs shaped as muffins, are baked in water so they will not toughen. Crispy potatoes are mixed in with ham, for a savory hash even worthy of Sam. Have it with a glass of orange juice, have it while reading Dr. Seuss. You will like green eggs and ham, especially since it’s only one calorie per gram!
Head over to Daily Burn for this fun recipe!
We put salsa on nearly everything. Mixed into my breakfast skillets, for Mexican night, on salads, or just as a dip with homemade crackers! The thing I love about a really really good blender is that it does all of the work for you. It’s easy as put everything in and BLEND. Are you onboard? A huge batch of this salsa will be a hit at any party!
Head over to Lexi's Clean Kitchen for this great recipe!