Friday, August 21, 2015

Fast & Easy Breakfast Muffin

Hi everyone! This is part one of my three part back to school series. Today I have a fast and healthy microwave muffin recipe that you can make in under five minutes. I'm a big breakfast eater, so I have this with a little something else, but if you don't like to eat breakfast or are running late this is great, because it's filling. It also makes a good snack. 
I originally got the recipe from Blogilates (Click here), but I modified it.

It's not the prettiest breakfast, but its yummy.

You need:
Coffee mug 
1/4 cup Quaker quick oats
1tsp. Sugar (or your favorite sweetener)
1tsp. Protein powder 
1tbs. Milk (I use soy milk)
1 Egg white 
Fruit of choice 

Put all the ingredients in the coffee mug and mix it together. Today I made it with a small handful of cinnamon chips, I've also made it with mashed banana (I used a quarter of the banana). You can really use any fruit or nuts you like or even add chocolate chips. 
Put it in the microwave for 1 minute, if it's not done then put it back in for 30 second intervals until it looks firm. That's all there is to it. You can even put all the dry ingredients in a bag ahead of time so it's quicker to make in the morning. 
The protein powder I use is called NutriBiotic Rice in vanilla and I get it from Vitamin Shoppe. 

Let me know what you add to your muffins! Tomorrow I'll post my school supplies haul and Sunday will be a DIY backpack kit. Follow me on Bloglovin, Pinterest, and Google+. Click here for sign up for my monthly newsletter to stay up to date on posts, giveaways, and more. 
- Serena 









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