How do you feel about breakfast? Is it the most important meal of the day? Easily skippable? Wish you could eat it but never have time in your hectic morning? This recipe has been a lifesaver to prepare ahead of time (only takes 5 minutes) for mornings I have to grab and go! You’ve probably seen or heard of this premise before, but I guarantee not with these ingredients. Yes, the thought of cold and uncooked oatmeal was weird to me too, but don’t knock it until you try it!
This week I’m excited to share a guest post from my friend and co-worker, Katie, who I refer to as my foodie sensei because of her mad baking/cooking skills. We first connected over our love of good food and I enjoyed hearing her perspective on doing a Whole30. I hope you find it helpful!
The fitness and nutrition community all over America has been abuzz about Whole30 for a while now, and the fervor seems to grow with every passing January. This past January, my husband and I decided to give it a try. The creators of Whole30 are pretty clear that its primary purpose is not for weight loss; it’s intended as an elimination diet to help people understand how what they eat may be adversely affecting their bodies.