Morning-After Meals: What to Eat to Get On Track Post-Holiday
Berry-Yogurt Smoothie with Honey
Yogurt smoothies aren't just easy to make, but they're also one of the healthiest meals you can eat. Combining frozen fruit, yogurt, honey, orange juice and a banana is a great way to get a nutrient-packed breakfast on the go. Get the Berry-Yogurt Smoothie with Honey recipe.
Green Eggs, Skip the Ham
Scrambling eggs with sautéed greens is an easy way to inject your regular breakfast with some much-needed, post-binge veggies. The added vitamins plus protein from the eggs get you back on track fast. Any combination of quick-cooking greens will work here; we love mixing spinach and arugula. Get the green eggs, no ham recipe.
Healthy Pancakes with Pomegranate
These pancakes may appear decadent, but they're actually quite light. Yogurt gives them their fluffy texture, and pomegranate sprinkled on top delivers a high dose of antioxidants. You can use fresh berries or banana slices in place of pomegranate. Quick tip: Buy fresh pomegranate seeds instead of the whole fruit to save a ton of work (and time). Get the Healthy Pancakes with Pomegranate recipe.
Breakfast Potato Hash with Vegetables
Instead of a basic breakfast potato hash, combine the satisfying starch with nutrient-packed vegetables you have on hand. Carrots, celery, turnips, onion and garlic all work well together or on their own. To up the protein, toss a fried or poached egg on top. Get the Breakfast Potato Hash with Vegetables recipe.