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Cherry Chunk Overnight Oats

You can use frozen or fresh cherries interchangeably in this recipe. If you want the chocolate to hold some chunk form instead of melting in to flavor the oatmeal evenly, heat the oatmeal for less time.  

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Carrot Cake Oatmeal

Overnight oatmeal is a bandwagon you want to be on, my friend. It’s a flexible concept–whatever your preferred oats, your preferred milk…it’ll work. This carrot cake inspired combo knocked our socks off, but place around with your favorite fruits, nuts and spices to make it your own. It keeps well for about a week, so… Read more »

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Cranberry Spice No-Knead Bread

If you have not gotten on board the no-knead bread train yet, hop aboard, Cassidy. It’s gorgeous. Crackly, chewy, fragrant, yeasty goodness and it won’t take up more than 10-15 minutes of your day. That being said, it’s a unique beasty, and the rules vary a bit, so we tested the stuffing out of this… Read more »

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Hot or Cold Chai Smoothie

There’s no actual tea in this smoothie, but the warm spices will fill your senses like a good cup of chai. By soaking and pureeing cashews, you’re essentially creating something like a think cashew milk, sweetened lightly by a few dates.

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Monster Muffins

The spinach in these muffins is not enough to give the muffins a vegetable flavor, but it does impart a little extra nutrition and a brilliant green color. They are lightly sweet and cinnamon-y, and your kids will love them.  

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Wonder Waffles

These waffles make no sense. They should be disgusting. But…they’re not. In fact, our tasting team loves them for a high-protein breakfast that feels like a decadent brunch. Just bear in mind that with foods like waffles, you can quickly run into trouble with sugar and saturated fat in toppings like butter and syrup. We… Read more »

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Pumpkin Blender Waffles

This veggie-packed variation on the popular blender waffles is a perfect fall brunch. Top with a little peanut butter or serve with a side of warm, unsweetened applesauce for dipping. Sweet potato puree also makes a slightly sweeter alternative to pumpkin.  

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