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Creating recipes that replace typical options such as grains, with whole foods, is a great idea. Instead of everyday oats, this oatmeal is made from fruit and healthy fats.
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1. 2 small apples
2. 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon
3. Pinch of salt
4. 2 tablespoons of ground flaxseeds

1. Dice the apples into small pieces
2. Simmer on the stove for about 5 minutes until softened
3. Let cool for a couple of minutes
4. Add the salt
5. Puree in food processor until a smooth to slightly chunky consistency
6. Transfer to your bowl and mix in the flaxseeds. The longer it sits the thicker it becomes
7. Optional- add your favorite non-dairy milk

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With a few left overs, a hearty and delicious breakfast dish can be made with just a few steps. In this recipe, baked root vegetables were tossed in with two fresh ingredients to bring the flavors together.
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1. Brussel sprouts
2. Carrots
3. Portobello mushrooms
4. Onion
5. Cherry tomatoes

1. Slice some onion and allow it to steam on medium high in a small pool of water for about 3-5minutes
2. Add the diced tomatoes and simmer slowly for another 3 minutes. At this point you can add salt and pepper
3. Once tomatoes and onions are softened add the left over vegetables of your choice to warm together
4. Add the eggs and cover to let cook slowly until the yolk is hardened or slightly soft
Optional: squeeze a small amount of fresh lemon juice ontop to brighten up the flavors

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My kind of food! Thanks @lovemyparrot :heart:
rawkaren wrote: My kind of food! Thanks @lovemyparrot :heart:

Thought you might like it.
oh i like oatmeal, it help you losing weight, I often use it in lunch
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