Game Day Goodie: Bikini Body Breakfast

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Don’t be afraid to eat in the morning! So many women want to eat “light” early in the day and they end up starving later in the day. Fuel early and be more satisfied with less later in the day!

Ingredients

  • 2 whole eggs
  • 1 Tbs. Smart Balance Butter made with olive oil
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • ½ cup oats (measured dry)
  • ½ cup fresh blueberries
  • 1 Tbs. local honey

Instructions

  1. Scramble eggs in skillet with 1Tbs. butter. If in a hurry and want to cut out the butter, scramble eggs in microwavable bowl. Pop in the microwave for 45 seconds. Remove and scrape the edges of bowl and pop back in for another 45 minutes. Salt and pepper to taste.
  2. Cook oats in microwave or with boiling water from stove by placing boiling water and oats in a bowl and allowing them to sit a few minutes.
  3. Stir honey into oatmeal. Side note local honey helps with spring allergies!
  4. Tops oatmeal with fresh blueberries.

Nutrition Facts

Calories: 499, Fat: 23 gm, Protein: 18 gm, Carbohydrates: 55 gm, Fiber: 6 gm

 

 

Author: Amy Goodson

Amy Goodson
Bio

Amy Goodson, MS, RD, CSSD, LD is a registered dietitian in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in speech communications from Texas Christian University and Masters in Exercise and Sports Nutrition from Texas Woman’s University.Currently Amy is the full-time sports dietitian for Ben Hogan Sports Medicine where she works with athletes of all levels, serves as a media dietitian and speaks to sports teams as well as at a variety of nutrition, athletic training and coaching conferences. Amy is the sports dietitian for Texas Christian University Athletics, University of Texas at Arlington Athletics and is the consulting sports RD for the Dallas Cowboys, Texas Rangers, FC Dallas Soccer Team and Jim McLean Golf School where she works with amateur and professional golfers. Amy also works with a variety of triathlon, marathon and endurance athletes in the DFW area. In addition, she is an adjunct professor and dietetic intern preceptor for Texas Woman’s University, Texas Christian University and the University of Texas at Arlington and is a state media representative for the Texas Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Amy recently co-authored a sports nutrition book for triathletes “Swim, Bike, Run—Eat”.

Twitter: @amy_goodson_rd

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