Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Fiber Fueled Breakfasts!

Here are a few breakfasts I've been eating on the Fiber Fueled 4-week plan from Dr. Will B.'s first book, Fiber Fueled. I'm in week three now and loving ALL the recipes. The Tofu Scramble Bowl was a fave. It's a traditional scramble served over steamed kale and roasted sweet potatoes. 

He recommends having this with a Citrus Mint Salad on the side. This has grapefruit, orange, lime, maple, and fresh mint from my garden. I really struggle with segmenting citrus. Anyone else? It's so messy, and I never get it right.

Here's a week two breakfast of Simple Overnight Oats topped with blueberries and maple. You can never go wrong with overnight oats. I saw a tweet the other day where someone said "overnight oats are gruel." But they are wrong. Dead wrong.

There's a new scramble this week — Puttanesca Scramble. It's similar to last week's version, but this one has capers and black olives. I'll eat ANYTHING with black olives (so long as it's vegan, obvs). Giant slice of sourdough on the side (made with Dr. B's recipe from his new Fiber Fueled Cookbook).

And here's a breakfast that wasn't on the Fiber Fueled plan. I picked up this Breakfast Pocket from LuLu's at the CY Farmers Market on Saturday. It has smoked tofu and smoked pepitas (and maybe also mushrooms?).

1 comment:

Susan said...

I also can never segment a citrus fruit to look pretty. Even when I follow instructions step by step!