My go-to breakfast options are whole wheat toast topped with some nut butter (peanut, pecan, almond or cashew) and sliced bananas, oatmeal, Greek yogurt with fruit, and smoothies. However, some times it is nice to have a baked good. So, I’ve tried out quite a few muffin recipes and have been combining what I (and my family) liked about each to come up with my own perfect little muffin. As you will see, it is all real food. The only sweetener is the banana and the maple syrup, the flour is whole wheat, and there are no yucky oils.
Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day. But, at least in our home, it was often the most hurried and overlooked. Lately, however, I’ve been pretty proud of the choices we’ve been making for breakfast.
Read on for three real food* weekday breakfasts that have been in heavy rotation here at the Wolf Den over the past two months. And if you are feeling a little more ambitious, check out the real food weekend breakfast ideas at the end of the post.
*Real food is food that is in its natural state or is minimally processed, has no added sugar, and has a very small list of ingredients.