Breakfast 'n Brunch
Coffee for breakfast won't cut it. Come on! You KNOW it's the most important meal of the day. So whether you're throwing a boozy brunch or are in need of quick, healthy a.m. bites, this board is for you. Re-pin your fave #SelfMagazine recipes and tell us which ones you like.
10 Overnight Oats Recipes to Make Mornings Easier | Lemon Coconut Oats: This will have you dreaming of the Florida Keys. That's because unsweetened coconut, maple syrup, lemon juice and vanilla flavor this tropical treat.
10 Overnight Oats Recipes to Make Mornings Easier | Blueberry Banana Oats: Make good use of tart, late-season blueberries by pairing them with sweet smashed banana. Add some raspberry cheesecake yogurt (Yoplait and Anderson Erickson offer this flavor) to the mix and you've got creamy oats that could pass for dessert, says Porter.
10 Overnight Oats Recipes to Make Mornings Easier | Banana Nut Oats: This is like banana bread without the guilt. Believe it. A Beautiful Mess creators Elsie Larson and Emma Chapman married vanilla, maple syrup and chopped pecans with fresh-cut bananas, milk and oats to create a healthy twist on the classic pairing.
10 Overnight Oats Recipes to Make Mornings Easier | Very Berry Oats: Keep this recipe from the gals at A Beautiful Mess for times when you've only got a handful of berries on hand, since it calls for jam as a mix-in. Coconut or almond milk round out the list of ingredients, with frozen berries as a topper should your fruit bowl be totally bare.
10 Overnight Oats Recipes to Make Mornings Easier | Tropical Oats: Iowa Girl Eats blogger Kristin Porter mixes oats with chopped mango and bananas with pineapple Greek yogurt and almonds for a breakfast straight from the tropics.
Acai bow with blueberries, kiwi, strawberries, raspberries, coconut, passion fruit, dragon fruit
Consider an acai bowl oatmeal's chilled cousin (i.e., the base is a vehicle to deliver your favorite toppings) and, just like oatmeal, making your own bowl is super easy.