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With breakfast, it's key to prepare ahead of time. Try making a large frittata at the beginning of the week and cutting it into squares for each day. All you need is a greased baking dish, some eggs, and fillings of your choice (veggies and meat always work). Quickly saute your fillings in a pan, dump them in your baking dish, and mix in some uncooked scrambled eggs (you can stretch these with a little water). Bake slowly or cook covered on stove top. Similarly, you can use muffin tins to have pre-cut portions ready to take on the road!
As an alternative to pancakes, you can mix eggs, a banana, and some almond flour (or you could try adding some coconut flour as well). You can play with the ratio, add some cinnamon, vanilla, or even some blueberries, and you're all set to cook just like pancakes!
In a hurry, hard-boiled eggs are always a good quick snack. Pre-cooking bacon at the beginning of the week also comes in handy (try baking in the oven on foil so you don't have to give the bacon much attention or much clean up).
If you have a good blender, try mixing some frozen spinach or kale, berries, an avocado, and some coconut milk. Avoid fruit juice when possible. Almond milk can also work. You won't really taste the avocado, but it adds a creamy texture and makes the smoothie a lot more filling.