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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and selecting the right dish can go a long way toward staying healthy.
If you haven't already heard, you'll probably discover soon that there's a serious shortage of eggs causing breakfast lovers across the U.S. to rethink their morning meals. Here's what you should know about the current shortage and a few recipes to help you get your daily dose of protein without your favorite breakfast food.
If you're hosting a brunch for your friends at the retirement community, chances are that you want to serve something that's as healthy as it is delicious. Lucky for you, quiche is one traditional brunch option that fits the bill perfectly. Make one of these three healthy variations of the egg-based dish to impress your friends and family at your next brunch.
Quinoa probably isn't an ingredient that you think to include in your breakfast, but there's a case to be made for eating this grain in the morning. When you eat quinoa during your first meal of the day, you're loading up on important vitamins and minerals, as well as dietary fiber that will keep you full until lunch. If you want to include this grain in your morning meal, try one of these four delicious and healthy breakfast bowls.
Because breakfast is the most important meal of the day, it's important to choose food that's full of nutrients. You may struggle to fit in a balanced breakfast when you have errands to run or an early morning fitness class, and on those days, a healthy muffin may be the best option for a morning meal that keeps you energized and alert.
The chef at Sunrise of Falls Church, VA, created this special salad when residents requested a filling salad that was still healthy. The name originates from when it was first made in autumn, yet it can be enjoyed all year long!
Residents at Sunrise of Jackson, NJ, enjoy the community dining service coordinator’s recipe for Strawberry-Stuffed French Toast, a dish that pays homage to his Greek heritage. This tasty breakfast treat was a popular item on the menu at a restaurant he previously owned.
At Sunrise of Richmond Hill, ON, the dining services coordinator shared a recipe favorite among our residents: Homemade Blueberry Scones. Our residents frequently enjoy these scones served at afternoon socials, especially during blueberry season in July. Blueberries have long been hailed as a super food for good reason. They are loaded with antioxidants, especially anthocyanins, which have been shown to improve vision and brain function and lower the risk of cancer.