Creamy Wheat Berry Hot Cereal This warming whole-grain porridge pairs cooked wheat berries with rolled oats, fruit and nuts for a filling, fiber-rich breakfast. Using a microwave makes preparation speedy, especially if you've thawed frozen cooked wheat berries overnight in the refrigerator #healthy #breakfast #recipes
Wheat Berry Breakfast Bowl - A perfect breakfast - thin slices of sautéed pears, ruby-hued cranberries, and plump, golden wheat berries are sweetened with generous dollops of maple-sweetened yogurt and finished with plenty of toasted pecans and a sprinkling of dried persimmons, ginger, and dates. - from 101Cookbooks.com
Roasted Apricot Breakfast | Mornings that look this apricot-sweet and cherry-studded are lovely indeed… especially since summer is just starting to really show off. We’re in the middle of a holiday weekend here, so it seems like we should all just take it easy on the breakfast front. Let’s mellow out, roast our fruit, and serve it with sweet yogurt and crunchy granola. It’s called LIVING, and we’re really good at it. | From: joythebaker.com
Get a jolt of AM energy with this GREEN TEA SMOOTHIE! Brew one green tea bag in 4 oz hot water for 3-5 minutes; remove tea bag and let tea cool to room temp. Blend the tea, 1/2 cup nonfat vanilla yogurt, 1 cup frozen mango chunks & 3-5 ice cubes until smooth.
Mango Avocado Breakfast Parfait | Mary Sue Milliken’s Avocado Dessert Photo: California Avocado Commission | I recently had dinner cooked by Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger and this avocado and mango dish was served for dessert. The point of the dinner was to think outside the box for ways to use avocados. An avocado for dessert is still a little too far out for me. In my way of thinking, dessert needs to have whipped cream and flakey pastry and chocolate. | From…
Blackberry Breakfast Cobbler | I’ve been thinking about making this for some time and finally got around to it this past weekend. Why did I wait so long?! It’s not like it is hard to make or anything. Actually, it’s fairly simple. Let me show you. | From: addapinch.com