After going through an intense streak of enjoying and inventing with two-ingredient dough, I found myself in a position where I’d run out of Greek yogurt but still wanted a bagel. That’s where the inspiration for this recipe came about. If you can make cake mix and pumpkin into muffins, why couldn’t you make a similar combination with self-rising flour and pumpkin? Answer: You totally can.
Over the years of writing here at NTTC, I’ve gone from being someone who didn’t eat breakfast to someone who really enjoys the first meal of the day. Amongst all that, I still don’t enjoy eggs, so I tend to get a little creative around breakfast time.
I eat breakfast every day at my desk at work, and it’s my favorite part of my morning.Yes, my favorite part of the morning is eating… but it’s just a nice way to get into the day, a reward for waking up and driving all the way to the office, and you guys, it’s delicious.
Something I love about this Weight Watchers community is how incredibly generous everyone is about sharing! Whether it be product finds, grocery lists, how to sell clothes that no longer fit. I’ve seen so many great ideas on Instagram and Facebook that have helped me in these first few months.
I finally did it… I bought an air fryer!After seeing so many of my favorite bloggers use it and trying out the one my friend Crystal has, I couldn’t resist any longer. It’s such a FAST way too cook food, and it comes out so crispy and delicious.
I tried my first overnight oats 5 years ago, when the blogosphere BLEW UP with recipes from all of the bloggers. Since then, I’ve shared multiple recipes for this breakfast staple: Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookie Overnight Oats, Carrot Cake Overnight Oats, and Gingerbread Overnight Oats.
I decided to add the word magical to this recipe title because I truly believe that it is.One of my employees recommended this recipe to me this week and while I usually trust her recommendations, the idea of kale, sweet potato, and quinoa just seemed a little too whole foodsy for me. Yep, I just made whole foods an adjective. It’s fine.