Join Registered Dietitian Paige Foote, as she explores breakfast recipes using shelf-stable ingredients. Reduce your risk of exposure by downloading our recipes below and stocking up at the store with these pantry-friendly ingredients. Bonus: These recipes are vegetarian-friendly! Try these recipe ideas in your kitchen, and tell us what you think!
Oatmeal is the powerhouse of breakfast dishes. Not only is it a great source of heart-healthy soluble fiber, but it's also incredibly versatile with it's endless topping variations. If you think oatmeal is boring, you're doing it wrong. Check out our video to find out what topping combinations can spice up your bowl.
Download this PDF and try a Not Your Momma's Oatmeal at home.
Smoothies are a great way to start the day off with a serving of fruits and vegetables, and by using frozen produce, they make for a great shelf-stable recipe that can stay in your fridge for many weeks. Check out our video to find out how you can modify your smoothies to your appetite and taste preferences...
Download this PDF and try a Berry Banana Fruit Smoothie at home.
Pancakes are the perfect way to fuel up for a busy day. These pancakes use whole wheat flour to give you a fiber boost to help you feel fuller for longer. They're also perfect for mixing in other "nutrition boosters," such as fresh fruit, chia or flax seeds, and protein powder. Check out our video to learn more about creating a healthy pancake batter from shelf-stable ingredients.
Download this PDF and try Fluffy Whole Wheat Pancakes at home.