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Cookie Butter Crescent Rolls

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Do you have a dessert weakness like I do?  If so, you must try these cookie butter crescent rolls!  Homemade dessert in under 15 minutes!!

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Spinach, Tomatoes & Goat Cheese Breakfast Pie

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Makes 8 servings. Nutrition Facts: per slice. Weight Watchers Points +4 ~ Calories 139.9 ~Fat 6.9 g ~ Carbs 9.8 g ~ Fiber 1.4 g ~ Protein 9 g

I try to make a breakfast pie or Quiche on Sundays, this way I have a grab & go healthy breakfast waiting for me to take to work on Monday.  This breakfast pie is a healthier Quiche since I use hash brown potatoes as a crust.  I picked up that idea up from a cousin that is a registered dietician…you can check out her site HERE.   This 140 calorie & low points breakfast is an easy go to while doing weight watchers or if you are trying to get your waistline ready for the summer.   Enjoy!!  Read More…

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Skinny Chocolate Chocolate Chip and Walnut Oatmeal Cookies

Nutrition Facts: Serving Size 1 cookie: Weight Watchers points + 3 ~ Calories 120.7 ~ Fat 4.6 g ~ Carbs 19.0 g ~ Fiber 1.2 g ~ Protein 2.4 g

These are HUGE cookies that are Skinny & easy to make!!  These Chocolate Chocolate Chip & Walnut Oatmeal cookies have all the flavors with no where near the amount of butter in a regular oatmeal cookie recipe. The mashed banana keeps these cookies moist & provide a gourmet flavored cookie.  You won’t be able to eat just one, trust me 🙂 !!

 

ENJOY them as a breakfast cookie …yumm!!

 

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Pistachio Nut Muffins

A quick and easy recipe that delivers a hearty & filling muffin that is also healthy is hard to come by.  My pistachio nut muffins are just that…..hearty, healthy & filling.     Read More…

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Peanut Butter and Banana Waffle

Nutrition: Weight Watchers Points + 5 ~ Calories 247.9 ~ Fat 11.4 g ~ Saturated Fat 1.9 g ~ Carbs 32.2 g ~ Fiber 3.0 g ~ Protein 6.2 g

I’m very excited to share with you one my son’s favorite breakfasts.  Peanut Butter & Banana Waffles are our family’s “go to” breakfast during the week.   Everyone of all ages will love this!  My son has been eating this since he was a year old.  Now, my son is 3 and he has never had syrup on his waffles.  Instead, he gets a protein packed breakfast with 2 fruit servings to start his day 🙂  We love the strawberry waffles from Eggo, it kinda taste like you are eating a PB&J sammy minus all the sugar!   This is a super simple breakfast or snack that you could make it at work,  if you have a toaster oven (I do!). Read More…

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Chocolate Chip & Yogurt Oatmeal Cookies

Weight Watcher Points + 2 ~ Calories 92.8 ~ Fat 1.1 g ~ Carbohydrate 19.5 g ~ Fiber 0.9 g ~ Protein 2.1 g

Chocolate Chip & Yogurt Oatmeal Cookies are low fat and “healthier” option to settle your sweet tooth.  These  soft, chewy, ooey & gooey cookies are versatile since you could eat them as breakfast, a snack or even dessert.  Enjoy!!

 

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Banana Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins

Makes 18 Muffins. Nutrition per muffin: Weight Watchers Points + 3 ~Calories 139.1 ~ Fat 2.6 g ~ Carbs 26.4 g ~ Fiber 2.3 g ~ Protein 3.5 g

How could you go wrong with all of these flavors:  Banana, Pumpkin & Chocolate Chips?  Muffins are an easy grab & go breakfast…don’t make the mistake of purchasing them when you could whip up a batch in no time.  Store bought muffins are made with tons of butter & oil, which are not a good option for a healthy diet . My muffins are made with NO butter or oil (except for cooking spray) however; they are NOT lacking in taste or texture.  I have no problem serving these to my 3 year old son for breakfast or a snack.  Its a well balanced muffin…..fruit, veggies,yogurt & oatmeal!! Read More…

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Huevos Rancheros Cups

Makes 6 Huevos Rancheros Cups. Weight Watchers Points + 4 ~ Calories 163.4 ~ Fat 8.9 g ~ Carbohydrate 8.9 g ~ Fiber 4.5 g ~ Protein 13.7 g

Craving some Mexican for breakfast? So was I when I created these Huevos Rancheros Cups for breakfast. This dish is perfect for Sunday brunch. All the flavors compliment each other and reminded me of our vacation at the Riviera Maya…. Making them in the muffin tins ensure perfect portion control. Leftovers can be easily warmed in the microwave for a quick grab & go breakfast. A dish that looks fancy, but is super simple to put together.

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Eggs Florentine in a bacon basket

Makes 8 servings; 1 egg basket per serving. Weight Watchers Points + 3 ~ Calories 108 ~ Fat 4.9 g ~ Carbs 2 g ~Fiber 0.5 g ~ Protein 12 g **High in Vitamin A & Calcium **

There is nothing like starting your day with a healthy and filling breakfast.  This breakfast sure looks fancy; but  is super easy to put together.  The spinach, roasted red pepper and Italian cheeses make this a savory breakfast treat.   The flavored turkey bacon adds a salt &  pepper taste that goes well with the eggs & veggies.   It is a rustic & cozy breakfast perfect for a snow day. Read More…

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Skinny Banana Nut Muffins with Chocolate Chip Streusel

Makes 15 muffins. 1 muffin per serving. Nutrition: Weight Watchers Points + 5 ~ Calories 169 ~ Fat 4.8 g ~ Carbs 28 g ~ Fiber 1.9 g ~ Protein 4.3 g

These Banana Nut Muffins with Chocolate Chip Streusel have the perfect texture and taste while providing you a “skinny” version of a popular bakery favorite.  The combination of the banana, oatmeal, walnuts, brown sugar and chocolate chips provide your taste buds with a variety of flavors and textures that your mouth will crave.   These muffins are perfect for rounding out those grab-and-go breakfasts,  as a fabulous addition to any weekend brunch or a great mid-day snack with some coffee or tea.  One bite, and they may just become one of your “go to” recipes.

Dear Health Conscious readers….. you can now have tasty muffins again 🙂 Enjoy!!

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