Sweet Breakfast

Pumpkin Scones

Now that you have a homemade Chai Tea Latte recipe from A Healthy Hint, it only feels right to pair it with some homemade pumpkin scones and swaddle yourself in every piece of flannel that you own. We want to bring you healthy recipes and hints, but we always want to encourage you to recognize the importance of balance. This recipe may have more sugar than some of our recipes, but if there is one thing we cannot stress enough, it is that your healthy lifestyle is truly a marathon, not a sprint. Take time to create some spiced, sugary goodness, and enjoy all that fall has to offer you!

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Banana Chia Seed Pudding

Chia seeds are one of our favorite add-ins for a lot of our recipes, since they can be sprinkled on top, blended in, or mixed in for texture to almost any recipe, and the bland flavor of the seeds won’t impact the overall taste of the meal. Our advice to you is always keep a floss stick nearby since these tiny seeds always manage to get wedged in between your teeth, but we can’t stop-won’t stop using them in our recipes for all the health benefits they yield. They are a superfood, meaning they pack a ton of health benefits, and the more we can incorporate a superfood into our meal, the better!

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Cinnamon Crumble Pumpkin Bread

PSLs, scarves, and the changing of leaves. We are internally screaming because FALL IS FINALLY HERE. Can we get a cyber “WOOO?!” As Phoenix residents, this time of year is slightly less joyous as our fall season consists of short shorts and 90-degree days. We are still faking it though and rejoicing in all things pumpkin, while watching Hocus Pocus over and over again. It’s only right that we kick off the season with a pumpkin recipe. It is so hard to pick just one, but this was a personal favorite and the perfect treat to kick off autumn.

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Almond Coconut Granola

We are notorious oat consumers. We put oats in EVERYTHING, from cookies to protein shakes to yogurt, and anything else we feel could use some extra texture. This means we think beyond breakfast with our oat passion, and bring them into lunches, dinner, snacks, and general food add-ons. We could go on and on about the multi purposes uses of oats, how they can be used in almost anything, and served warm, cold or dry but since no one has time for that, we will hit you with the basics. Continue reading