Twelve Days of Festive Goodness
Day 2: Festive Breakfast!
From now until Christmas, I’m sharing delightful recipes of merry goodness! I spent several years overwhelmed by the holidays and the lack of tasty treats I could eat with Celiac, food allergies, colitis, you name it. All that stress really caused me to not enjoy the season and it’s merriment.
But, alas, a solution! Each day, I’ll feature a new category with five of my favorite festive recipes. And, I’ll be honoring the creators of each! I’m a simple recipe gal, but there are so many talented developers gurus who have saved me from food isolation. I’ve sorted through the good and the bad; I can’t wait to share them with you!!
Check back every day to find something new; a new recipe, a new flavor, or a new vegetable you’ve never tried! Plus, in the seasonal spirit of giving, I’ll be hosting a flash giveaway on Instagram stories each and every day. Share our daily festive goodness post & tag me. I’ll announce a winner in stories, every day!
These recipes are naturally free of gluten and dairy, contain wholesome ingredients and are, obviously, dietitian-approved. Each daily round-up was created to equip with you resources for a joyful and healthy season! Eat well, friends! I’m just excited for this series.
The cozy holiday mornings are meant to be enjoyed with family, friends and festive breakfasts. Whether it’s pumpkin around Thanksgiving or cinnamon near Christmas, I am always looking to start my holiday morning on a happy note. We love these options because they’re easy to prep the day before and allow us to start the day with hearty, healthy fuel.
- GF/DF Pumpkin Pancakes – an easy way to use up that leftover pumpkin puree! 2. Pumpkin Baked Oatmeal – one more easy way to create a hearty breakfast with that leftover pumpkin puree3. Maple-pecan overnight oats by Fed and Fit – One less thing to make the day of a holiday? Count me in! Prep the night before.
4. Oven-Roasted Breakfast Potatoes by The Defined Dish Potatoes are a holiday staple, whether they’re mashed or roasted, and this is a fun way to get festive with your veggie colors!
5. Baked Apples with Cinnamon Granola by The Kale Junkie Doubling as a dessert or breakfast, these apples make for a comforting meal that makes the whole house smell delicious
Stay tuned for tomorrow’s new recipe category, it’s even more delicious than today! In the meantime, don’t forget to shop our e-book and meal guides!
Note: These recipes and photos are not ours by they are certainly Whitness-approved. We have linked you directly to the creator and recipe. We hope you find as much nutritious inspiration from them, as we do!