This may be the simplest, easiest to make, least ingredient recipe on here, but I swear this is one of my favorite things I’ve mastered. After many sessions in front of my vitamix adding and subtracting multiple ingredients and causing my neighbors to officially hate me (the vitamix thunderstorm of sound is not something people always wake up to with a smile at 6:30 AM), I finally found what works. That being said, this recipe is very adaptable to whoever will be gulping it down. Don’t like peanut butter? First of all, who are you? That aside, fine, you can easily remove it from the shake. Like a more tropical feel? Add in some mango or pineapple. Like it thicker? Throw some coconut milk or yogurt in there. Even get wild and toss in a frozen ½ avocado (sounds very odd but thickens this bad boy up). The world is your vitamix and the ingredients are all just living in it.
Since trying to eliminate buying breakfasts at work I have noticed one common, and sad, theme: I am not eating nearly as many eggs as I once did and would like to. If you are someone who buys breakfast at the office or a nearby deli, I’m sure an egg omelet is one of your go-to orders. However, when trying to cook all of your meals and scale back on the unnecessary $8 dry, overcooked, tinfoil container stuffed, deli omelets, eggs immediately take a back seat to other breakfasts. This is mainly due to the incredibly other easy recipes there are out there (oatmeal, overnight oats, smoothies, etc), but also because eggs don’t travel well in all styles. That is why I present to you, your revamped deli order omelet in easily prepped, packed, and even freezable muffins.
Want to feel like you are eating breakfast out of a Pinterest board even though you have zero idea how to DIY anything? This breakfast will help you achieve that goal. It will also make you feel the emotions every millennial female strives to capture once the leaves begin to change colors: all things fall (without having to go to an apple orchard simply for the Instagram).
One of my favorite delivery meals from growing up is a good, creamy, spicy, Thai curry. Whenever we would order Asian food my dad would be sure to order a red and a green curry dish to snack on for the rest of the week. While cooking a cultural dish other than your own may seem daunting, this a perfect stepping stone. The heat and depth from the Thai curry paste and the various spices marry perfectly with the coconut milk to bring you that warm goodness while still eating a healthy and vegetable packed dish.