What’s for Breakfast?
Easy answers for the first question of the day.
“What’s for Breakfast?”
It’s usually the first question of the day around our house. It’s a question my husband and I used to hate to answer.
Over the course of several months of trial-and-error testing, we developed these 28 quick, easy, and healthy breakfast recipes for you and your families. (Some of the errors were worthy of writing about in the blog. And, some of them, well, they’re probably best forgotten.)
We made all the mistakes, so you don’t have to worry about them. Just follow the instructions, and you’ll have whipped up a homemade day-starter you can be proud of.
What others are saying:
“We Talk Healthy’s What’s for Dinner Cookbook is instantly my favourite recipe book! No more hours of googling to find a recipe I might like and actually have the ingredients for, this collection of recipes is all you need. Nadalie Bardo-It’s All You Boo.
Get ready to up your meal prep to a whole new level. A healthy and delicious level your whole family will love.
When you get WeTalkHealthy Cookbooks you get:
- More time outside the kitchen
- A multitude of recipes to pick from when your creativity is dwindling
- Help to create your shopping list
- Ideas for anytime you can’t think of what to make for dinner
Over 27 frustration-free recipes in each cookbook, PLUS you’ll have most of the ingredients on hand.
“Nicole’s cookbooks are stuffed full of fun, healthy and amazingly delicious recipes. (try her smoothies, they are YUMMY!) But she doesn’t stop there. She also has food tips tucked inside to help make healthy changes to your meals easy”.
“No more running for takeout because you have no idea what’s for dinner. Use Nicole’s menu planners to take the guess work out of meal time madness and change your diet at the same time. How? There are tools you can use to plan out your meals for the week and even the month.” Tracy Lynn-Simple Living Country Gal