Did anybody else eat chocolate for breakfast?

Who’s My Favorite Today?!

Who's My Favorite Today?

So I am not winning “mother of the year” again…….  Yes, I allowed Kate to eat chocolate for breakfast – a chocolate bunny to be specific.  Okay, not the whole thing.  Usually I make an attempt at breakfast every Easter and make sure the kids eat something other than candy.  Nope.  Not this year.  We had to hurry out to church for me to teach the youth and we totally skipped breakfast.  I did not do my best parenting today and Kate ate A LOT of candy.

My rationale is that I don’t usually let her eat a great deal of candy.  Also, I was pretty strict with the big girls and they didn’t get to eat much candy – well not at much as Kate anyway.  I have discovered that the big girls have turned out okay and like to eat healthy.  I figure that if I only allow…

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These four breakfast mistakes may be behind your failed weight loss attempts

Breakfast is the most important meal for people who are trying to lose weight. And eating the wrong type of food for breakfast is digging a hole before the day even begins. Don’t make these common mistakes!! Give yourself the best opportunity for success. Read this article and educate yourself, don’t assume you know it all.

Love, Cands

Is your excess weight just not budging, despite your hard efforts? The reason for this might be because you’re making mistakes at breakfast. A morning meal kickstarts your metabolism for the day, so you don’t want to mess that up!

 

Here are four common breakfast mistakes people make that prevents them from reaching their weight loss goals, and how to fix each one.

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Four common breakfast mistakes and how to fix them

#1: You skip the meal as a whole to save calories

Forgoing breakfast may seem like a calorie-saver, but it can actually be a fat trap (gasp!). Researchers at Imperial College London found that when people went without a morning meal, their brand reward centres lit up when they were shown images of high-calorie foods. That means turning down treats becomes harder, and you’re likely to make up for the missed calories with junkier choices later…

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Apple Baked Oatmeal

This recipe looks amazing, tasty and energetic for a breakfast meal!

The Colored Plate

In the spirit of the upcoming fall season I decided to put a healthy twist on one of my favorite desserts and turn it into a healthy breakfast. Like every other girl, I have a complete obsession with fall, it’s almost the time of year where we see pumpkin flavored everything & the smell of cinnamon in every house. This is the time of year where I bake the most & so I decided to start my blog off with one of my favorite breakfasts, Apple Baked Oatmeal.

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I can assure you that if you love apple cinnamon flavored anything than you will surely love this recipe. Its perfect microwaved in the morning with a glass  of almond milk, or if you feel like indulging a little bit you can have with 2-3 Tablespoons of your favorite non dairy ice cream (I used soy) as a tasty dessert. As with…

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Childhood Saturdays

The smell of bacon cooking is the smell of love!

"Piaceri Semplici"

Remember growing up and waking up on Saturday mornings to the smell of fried bacon, wafting through the house, from grandma’s black cast iron skillet? Mmm…

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Ideas For Tomorrow’s Breakfast!

As the day winds down you should be preparing yourself for Monday morning!  And breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so here are some great foods for that all important meal!  Some might say “I am not a breakfast person”…well become one!  It’s that important!!
 

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