As runners, we are always on the go (literally) and while most of us make time for running, we don't have time for much else. Seriously though, I know it's not just me when I say I can find time for a 12 mile run but very little extra time to fold the laundry or spend more than 10 minutes preparing breakfast in the morning.
That doesn't mean that I don't want whatever I choose to refuel with to taste like cardboard or be packed with junk, which is why I've come up with several tasty recipes that you can whip up in a flash and even take with you on the go!
All these recipes are gluten free and vegetarian or vegan!
Mason jars make everything easier, don't they? Just mix in dairy free milk, chia seeds and plant protein powder then let it sit overnight in the fridge. Remove the next morning and top with nut butter and blueberries and you're good to go!
Craving a plate full of eggs and veggies but don't have time to whisk, chop and pour? Problem solved with these omelet muffins. Just make them at the start of the week and each morning you can pop these portable protein packed omelets to go in the microwave and walk out the door!
Putting oatmeal in a smoothie may sound strange but don't knock it until you try it. This Oatmeal Cookie Smoothie is a perfect post-workout treat that not only lets you indulge in your cookie craving but will also keep you full and satisfied.
Prefer to enjoy your oatmeal at home? Try this Blueberry Oatmeal Breakfast Bake. It combines oatmeal with eggs, plant protein powder and nut butter topped with warm blueberry deliciousness. Ready in five minutes and devoured in even less!
What's better than strawberry cheesecake? A strawberry cheesecake you can drink AND that's healthy for you, obviously! A blend of cashew milk, cashew butter, vanilla plant protein powder and juicy strawberries make the sweet taste of summer as easy as the push of a button on a blender!
Craving chocolate or pumpkin for dessert, er I mean, breakfast? Then you can't go wrong with this smoothie that combines the heavenly taste of chocolate with spicy notes of pumpkin pie along with a powerhouse of superfoods! Not a bad way to get the morning started, right?
Cookies for breakfast are never a bad idea especially when they're made of maple almond butter, macadamia nuts, plant protein powder and oats. With just a few ingredients, these protein packed morsels of perfection take approximately five minutes to mix up and only 10 to bake!
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