Pancake Foldover Breakfast Add Protein to Pancakes Add protein from simply adding an egg and/or sausage to pancakes prepared from a box mix. The protein from a pancakes box mix serving amounts to about 4 grams. Add an egg with another 6 grams. Add another 3 grams by including half a sausage patty. The protein in the pancake foldover will then equal approximately 13 grams. One cup of blueberries for the whole recipe only amounts to 1.1 grams. Pancakes and syrup always go together. On the other hand, pancakes satisfy the palate just as great without the syrup. But if the extra dip-in-the-syrup sweetness seemsRead More →

Blueberries for Breakfast NOTE: This post contains an affiliate link which means if you click on it and make a purchase, I make a commission. This doesn’t cost you anything additional. These commissions help to keep the rest of my content free, so thank you! Blueberry Nutrition Blueberries are perennial flowering plants and have excellent nutritional value to begin the day with. One cup of blueberries has 85 calories, 0.5 g fat, 1 mg sodium, 114 mg potassium, 21 g carbohydrates, 3.6 g fiber, 15 g sugar, and 1.1 g protein. You can eat a light breakfast of blueberries and yogurt with a hot cupRead More →

Want some super easy dips to make for Sunday’s game? Try these quick recipes. I’ll start with my favorite, a Pistachio Dip that is great for dipping bananas and blueberries. If you have any of this dip left over, you’ll want a spoon to devour the rest as a pudding. Here are the ingredients to make it: 1/2 Carton Plain Greek Yogurt 1 Small Box Low Fat, Sugar Free Pistachio Pudding Mix 1 Cup 2% Milk First, mix the pudding mix and the milk. Then blend in the yogurt, and mix well. Option: For a whole carton of yogurt, you’ll need another cup of milk.Read More →

Toddlers get bored easily with the same food all the time. So do adults. Imagine if you had to eat chicken nuggets and fries for dinner every day. You’d get tired of it pretty fast, too. Help your toddler’s day start off with a hearty breakfast. One way to do this is to create fun ways to prepare eggs like these: Scramble an egg and sprinkle grated cheese on top Bake in a quiche Make an Egg-in-the-Hole – See the perfect recipe at pepperbowl.com. Make a scrambled egg and cheese sandwich, mayo on bread, sandwich cut into triangles Cook an omelet and add vegetables that yourRead More →

When three-digit summer days make me feel too hot to eat, that is one hot day and a miserable me. I don’t like to be hot. The last few days have been that kind of hot, so a cool pudding craving came over me one day. Looking in my stash of pudding boxes, I found a sugar-free vanilla one. Sounded good to me. Mixing it with two cups of 2% milk and at least three serving spoonfuls of Cool Whip, I was ready to sit down and enjoy a cool summer day dessert. NOTE: This post contains an affiliate link which means if you click onRead More →