My NEW favourite breakfast recipe…

CREPES!!!  Thanks to Honore Levesque for this recipe… It is so quick and easy not to mention good for you!

I look forward to my breakfast even more now! Give this a try…

Healthy Protein Crepes View photo.JPG in slide show

Put the following ingredients into a blender or Magic Bullet:

1/2 cup of egg whites

1/4 cup oatmeal

1/4 cup unsweetened apple sauce

1 tsp all natural/organic vanilla

1/2 tsp cinnamon

Blend for 30-60 secs.  Divide the batter in half.  Pour half of the mixture into a pan (spray lightly with extra virgin olive oil before) on med-med high heat.  Flip and cook both sides (it doesn’t take long).  Then spread 1/2 tbsp of almond butter (or all natural peanut butter) on each crepe.  Roll it up if you wish.  Eat with a cup of green tea and a glass of water!  What a perfect start to your day!  Who ever said eating healthy doesn’t taste delicious??  Try and this recipe and let me know what you think.  (PS the pics are flipped the wrong way but wasn’t sure how to get them the right way OOPS!)

View photo.JPG in slide show

No excuses for not having enough time to make breakfast, wake up 15 minutes earlier and you’ll have lots of time to make and enjoy these yummy crepes…not to mention kick start your metabolism!

I almost forgot!! Thanks so much to those of you who have been following my blog.  Today my blog hit over 10,000 views since the I started in mid-October.  AMAZING!  Couldn’t have done it without your support…you guys rock!  I hope that you continue to visit and read my blog as well as mentioning it to others!!  I appreciate any feedback and suggestions as well so keep them comin’!

Les 🙂

2 thoughts on “My NEW favourite breakfast recipe…

  1. […] 2. Granola is healthy. Granola is made from whole rolled oats, which alone is healthy for you.  If you stopped there you’d be fine!  The problem is that those natural oats are now covered in sugar with added nuts, dried fruits and excess oil which increases the calories, fat and sugar.  Maybe a handful for a quick snack is fine, but not as a daily breakfast.  Your best bet is to have 100 per cent oatmeal cooked in water, adding 1/2 cup of blueberries with almond milk or little cinnamon and even pure maple syrup (1 tbsp.) for taste.  This has way less calories, fat and sugar than traditional granola. Or ask some of my clients what their favourite breakfast is…PROTEIN PANCAKES!! […]

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