Breakfast, Recipes

Berry Oatmeal Crumble

Howdy, so I have a treat for y’all (literally). I don’t know about you but breakfast can get a little boring from time to time. Especially if you’re like me and try to stay away from animal products. I saw this recipe on Deliciously Ella and made it into my own! Her site is absolutely awesome, definitely check it out! I named this dish the Berry Oatmeal Crumble simply because it taste a bit like a berry pie (but not quite.) OK here goes nothing.

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Ingredients:

1 Cup of Oatmeal    1/3 Blueberries     1/4 Strawberries

1/4 Almond Milk   1 1/2 Ripe Bananas

1/2 of Chopped Dates (or raisins)

2 Tablespoons of Cinnamon     Handful of Walnuts

Directions:

Preheat Oven to 350

Pour oatmeal in a bowl then pour fresh boiling water into bowl covering the oatmeal. As your waiting for the oatmeal to absorb the water completely, go ahead and cut up your bananas, slice up your dates and crush your walnuts.

Once the oatmeal absorbs the water completely throw in your the remaining ingredients and mix.

Grease your pan and pour in your oatmeal berry crumble mix. If you want to make it look pretty slice up some banana slices and decorate!

Put your pan in the oven and bake for 15 to 20 minutes on 350. Then take it out and let it cool for 20 to 30 minutes so it can harden (this is important.) AND that’s it easy peasy. Eat up my loves.

-Fitty Fattys

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The Healthy Alternative: Butternut Squash Fries

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Basically fries are the easiest thing to make, yet they get such a bad rap. With all these fast food restaurants messing up their precious nutritional value, we just can’t catch a break.  Well good news, I’ve got your back! I’m here to introduce you to the very tasty, very healthy butternut squash fries. Let’s get started.

Step One: Preheat oven to 400 degrees

Step Two: Peel butternut squash fries and chop them up into a fry shape.  I tend to make mine a bit thin with a large width. However choose your desire size. Just make sure that they are all close to the same size.

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Step Three: Add about a tablespoon of either olive oil or coconut oil to the fries. Mix the oil around the fries until every slice is fully coated. The oil gives the fries that crunchy texture.

Step Four: Season up! You can use whatever spices you desire. I prefer Mrs.Dash & Sea Salt for my fries, but feel free to  use a cajun seasoning, cayenne pepper etc.

Step Five: Grease your pan with olive oil so the fries won’t stick to pan.B7

Step Six: Place fries on the pan making sure they aren’t overlapping.

Step Seven:  Put the fries in the oven for 20- 25 mins. Then flip the fries and put them back in for 10 mins if they aren’t finished. Remember the oven is at 400 degrees on bake.

Step Eight: Pop them suckers out and let them cool for about three minutes. Dun dun dun dunnnn! You’re finished, eat up!

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FOR CARROT FRIES RECIPE CLICK HERE.

FOR SWEET POTATO FRIES RECIPE CLICK HERE.

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-Fitty Fatty

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Healthy Snacks to Buy at the Grocery Store!!!

My name is Tiffany and I’m a snacker. I love my pretzels, ice cream, chips, chocolate covered ANYTHING and cookies… LOTS and LOTS of cookies. But I’m trying to stay fioneee, so throughout my healthy journey I’ve came across some really tasty yet HEALTHY snacks. You can purchase these treats from stores like Kroger, Wholefoods, Target and Wal Mart. Let’s get started.

Snap Pea Crisps

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To me these crisps taste like Cheetos. They fulfill that crunchy and cheesy powered taste.I had my friends and family try this treat and they absolutely loved it. (They thought it tasted more like Funyuns tho.) My favorite snack, for sure.

Skinny Pop

trailSkinny Pop popcorn is only 39 calories a cup. The ingredients are simply all natural popcorn, sunflower oil and salt. No artificial ingredients. I loooove  when there are only a few ingredients. That’s how you know it’s REAL food.

Beanitos Black Bean Chips (Chipotle BBQ)

These chips are simply delightful. Ingredients include:  Whole Black Beans, Whole Long Grain Rice, Pure Sunflower and/or Safflower Oil, Cane Sugar, Sea Salt, Tomato Powder, Onion Powder, Chipotle Pepper Powder, Spices, Garlic Powder, Paprika, Natural Smoke Flavor, Citric Acid, Guar Bean Gum.

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Dried Apricots

These fulfill that chewy gummy bear crave. Naturally sweet, chewy, bright and delicious. 

Simple Truth Trail Mix

This trail mix has all organic fruit and nuts. Be sure to stick to the serving size, nuts can be super high in calories.

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All these treats are pretty awesome. I’m telling you this healthy life is not BORING. Snack up my friends.  -Fitty Fatty

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The Alternative: Carrot Fries

Yurppp! Carrot fries are on the menu baby, babyyyy! I know what you are thinking… “Carrot Fries, uhhh no.” I know you were thinking that because I was thinking that the first time Iheard of the idea. However, these fries are simply delicious and so freaking easy to make. Sounds like my type of recipe aye? So lets get started!

Step One: Preheat the oven to 375

Step Two: Chop baby carrots into fives vertically. carrots

Step Three: Spread olive oil, a hint of coconut water (optional), your favorite seasoning (I used Ms. Dash, welp because it’s salt free), and add a bit of stevia (optional) all over your carrots. carrots.

Step Four: Once the carrots are properly greased and seasoned. Spread them on your baking pan and pop them in the oven.carrots..

Step Five: Leave the carrots in for 20-22 minutes. You can flip the carrots around at 10 minutes, but it’s no big deal (I did tho).   carrots...

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-Fitty Fatty

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