Ever since I posted a picture on Instagram a while ago of my favorite oatmeal recipe, I’ve been eating it almost every day in the mornings. It’s super quick, healthy, and what’s not to love about apples and peanut butter? It’s one of my all-time favorite food combinations, and putting it into my morning oats is absolutely amazing. I was on Pinterest the other day, and I found this snickerdoodle baked oatmeal from The Seasoned Mom. The idea of baking oatmeal and having it for breakfast in little bars is genius. After reading her blog post, I honestly can’t remember how I lived without it. How did it never occur to me to make oatmeal in baked form until now? Thank goodness for Pinterest!
I’ve been obsessing over blueberries lately. I’ve been having them as a snack almost every day this week! I love having something nice, fresh, and sweet in the fridge to look forward to when I get home from school. I usually pre-wash them a day in advance or in the morning if I have time, and I’ll even bring them to school and snack on them when I’m a little hungry. That’s why I decided to make some blueberry muffins! They are so cute, and I’m drooling as I’m writing this post right now! I only have a couple more in the pantry, and I’m pretty sure they won’t last long. These cuties are fluffy, super easy to throw together, and full of delicious blueberry goodness!
(P.S. I’m also playing around with photoshop, so hopefully my pictures look okay! I’m still learning a lot but I feel like my image quality is getting a lot better.)
When the weekend rolls around, I still like to eat a little healthier, but I’ll treat myself with something a little fancier. Last weekend, I was scrolling through Pinterest and I found a bunch of “skillet” recipes, which in my opinion, is genius. Then, this sweet potato breakfast hash was born! It’s packed with all sorts of deliciousness, like Italian sausage, onions, bell peppers, eggs, and the star of the show, sweet potato. And, it’s filled with all sorts of protein and nutritious vegetables, which is a perfect to start off your day!
Lately, I’ve been getting ready faster in the morning so I’ll have time to make a nice breakfast for myself before I head off to school in the mornings. I’m really proud of myself for that, because I used to not eat breakfast at all, and my stomach would growl during class! Embarrassing. Plus, I’d be super drowsy the entire day and almost inhale my food during lunchtime. So, because of this, my new year’s resolution is to eat breakfast, drink more water, and eat healthier in general. I’ve been having things like avocado toast, acai/smoothie bowls, breakfast burritos, and lots of fruit. Occasionally, I’ll treat myself with something a little sweeter like waffles or pumpkin pancakes (remember those??)
Happy valentines day! Although I honestly don’t have any reason to celebrate the holiday whatsoever, I finally decided to do a post on it anyways. The holiday itself is sweet, pink, and chocolate-filled, so obviously there’s no reason why I shouldn’t do something festive. Plus, what’s wrong with a little extra sweetness?
Today I’m sharing a quick little chocolate waffle recipe that I’m currently obsessed with (I had a bunch of raspberries in my fridge one day and I thought… why not come up with something with them?). They’re delicious, decadent, and super duper sweet – perfect for treating yourself or your significant other. I prefer the first :)