Tag: Breakfast & Brunch

WW Yogurt Banana Pudding Cups

WW Yogurt Banana Pudding Cups

As a longtime lover of banana pudding, this yogurt banana pudding cup from WW Homecoming Cookbook grabbed my attention right away.  Cool, creamy, and full of banana flavor, it’s equally good for dessert or breakfast. I love that it comes together in minutes with just four basic ingredients, no stove or cooking experience required. If…

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Banana Mocha Macadamia Nut Muffins

Banana Mocha Macadamia Nut Muffins

This is one of those special banana nut muffin recipes that will jump start your day–a moist, subtle mocha-flavored banana muffin enhanced with macadamias and semi-sweet chocolate mini chips. It’s made healthy with white whole wheat flour, bananas, and yogurt, and contains only 2 tablespoons of butter, which equals only ½ teaspoon per muffin. This…

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Waffle with Lemony Ricotta & Blueberries

Waffle with Lemony Ricotta & Blueberries

I’m excited to share this easy healthy breakfast idea – a toasted whole grain waffle topped with lemony ricotta and fresh blueberries. As soon as I saw it on WW Facebook page I decided I needed to try this recipe ASAP. I’m so glad I did.  This satisfying breakfast comes together in less than ten…

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Raspberry Nectarine Terrine

Raspberry Nectarine Terrine

Around here, we love all things Jello—including this terrine dessert made with unflavored gelatin and fresh nectarines and raspberries. A “terrine” is nothing more than a mixture (in this case Jello, fruit and zero calorie sweetener) that is prepared in advance and then chilled in its pan and usually served in slices. It’s really just…

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Bakery Style Blackberry Muffins

Bakery Style Blackberry Muffins

Low in fat and deliciously moist thanks to the addition of nonfat Greek yogurt, these sugar-topped blackberry muffins are sure to rival any berry muffins from your local bakery. And this recipe makes a small batch of just 6 muffins so it’s perfect when you don’t want the temptation of a dozen muffins just sitting…

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Mango Coconut Chia Pudding

Mango Coconut Chia Pudding

This Mango Coconut Chia Pudding is made with coconut milk, almond milk, chia seeds, shredded coconut and mango; a delicious breakfast, snack or dessert loaded with protein, fiber and omega-3! Mango Coconut Chia Pudding I absolutely love chia seeds and chia pudding! I’ve been chia pudding for years and this coconut mango combination is always […]

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Instant Pot Chewy Peanut Butter Granola Bars

Instant Pot Chewy Peanut Butter Granola Bars

Did you know that you can make deliciously healthy baked goods right in your Instant Pot pressure cooker? This is a great option for those of who live in warm climates and want to use the oven as little as possible in the hot summer months. These naturally sweetened chewy peanut butter granola bars are…

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Instant Pot Flourless Banana Oat Cake

Instant Pot Flourless Banana Oat Cake

Looking for a yummy alternative to banana bread for using up those overripe bananas lingering on your counter? Give this easy Instant Pot Flourless Banana Oat Cake a try. This cake reminds me of a cross between banana bread and one of my favorite homemade treats—baked oatmeal. And it’s equally good as dessert, with a…

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Blackberry Breakfast Sausage Patties

Blackberry Breakfast Sausage Patties

Homemade sausage patties enhanced with fresh thyme, sage and juicy blackberries are a family-favorite accompaniment to the weekend breakfast or brunch table. With about 150 calories each, they are both low in carbs and packed with protein. How Many Calories and WW Points in these Blackberry Sausage Patties? According to my calculations, each patty has…

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