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Healthy Eats: Avocado Egg Bake

Breakfast is the most important and just so happens to be my favorite meal of the day. When I have to leave home for early morning clients, I typically make a green smoothie to-go. On the days when I have the morning off or have a later start, I enjoy taking the time to make a sit-down breakfast like this delicious Avocado Egg Bake!

Avocados and eggs are the perfect combination for a morning meal as they are packed with protein and fiber, that will keep you satisfied until your next meal. Try this easy recipe and feel free to use your favorite toppings like tomatoes, basil, cheese, and bacon.


Prep Time: 5min

Cook Time: 15-20min

Serves: 1-2ppl



– 1 medium size avocado, halved and pitted

– 2 eggs

– salt and pepper to taste 

– red pepper flakes (optional)

– 1tbs feta cheese (optional)

– 1 tsp chives (optional)


1 — Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.

2 — Scoop out a small portion of the center of each half of the avocado with a spoon.

3 —  Crack 1 egg open into each half of the avocado, and season with salt and pepper to taste.

4 — Bake 15-20min, then top with red pepper flakes, chives, and feta cheese (or your favorite toppings) and serve.


Tips: Make sure your avocado is a big enough size to be able to hold the eggs. Also, be sure to use a baking pan that can support your avocado to prevent the eggs from spilling off the side. I tried to use a tray at first and my egg was spilling so I opted for a cupcake baking pan and placed foil inside to keep the avocado halves in place.

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Healthy Eats: Almond Butter Smoothie

|| BREAKFAST || On the go in NYC, I often pack my delicious almond butter smoothie that is loaded with protein and fiber which gives me energy at the start of the day! Fiber also keeps you feeling fuller longer which can contribute to weightloss.


– 1/2 frozen banana

– 1 tbs almond butter

– 1 tbs maca powder

– 1/4 cup Trader Joe’s Super Seed & Ancient Grain Blend

– 1 cup almond milk

– 2 cubes of ice


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Healthy Eats: Overnight Oats

|| OVERNIGHT OATS || Loaded with fiber that keeps you feeling fuller longer and antioxidants that give you energy, overnight oats are perfect for breakfast. Take just a few minutes at night to prepare the mixture and let it sit overnight for 4-6hrs. Follow my simple and tasty recipe and modify it by adding some of your favorite fruits and toppings.

Prep Time: 2min (refrigerate 4-6hrs)

Serves: 1



– 1 handful of blueberries

– 1 tbs Trader Joe’s Super Seed & Ancient Grain Blend

– 1 tsp cinnamon

– 1/4 cup of oats

– 1/2 tsp vanilla extract

– 1/2 tsp honey

– 1 cup of almond milk

– 1/2 banana slices (topping)

– 1 tsp hemp seeds (topping)



1 — Stir all ingredients together in a mason jar or any other glass container. Refrigerate overnight or 4-6hrs.

2 — Add toppings or additional liquid if desired. I topped my oats with bananas and hemp seeds.

Delicious, Enjoy!!

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Healthy Eats: Baked Asian Style Salmon & Broccoli w/Sprouted California Rice

|| Healthy Eats || I modified and added to a recipe I found on bbc Good Food that is simple and delicious! The prep and cook time is short and easy and the result is so good!

Prep Time: 5min

Cook Time: 25-30min

Serves: 2-4


– 2-4 salmon fillets

– 1 16oz bag frozen broccoli florets

– 1tbs olive oil

– 2 tbs soy sauce

– juice of 1/2 lemon and 1 lemon quartered

– salt, pepper, garlic, dill to taste

– 1 cup Trader Joe’s Organic Sprouted California Rice

– 2 cups of water


1 — Bring 2 cups of water to a boil in medium saucepan and add rice. Simmer 25-30min.

2 — Place salmon fillets on baking tray and arrange broccoli florets around it. Season with salt, pepper, garlic, dill, olive oil, squeeze juice of 1/2 lemon over everything, then place quartered lemons on top. Bake on 365 degrees for 15min.

3 — Remove tray from oven and drizzle with soy sauce. Return to oven for 5min.

4 — Serve salmon and broccoli bake over rice and enjoy!

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Healthy Eats: Berry Popsicles

As we enjoy the hot days of summer it is essential to stay hydrated! I remember as kid I use to love when the ice cream truck drove through our neighborhood so I could get my favorite popsicles. Most of those sweet treats however are loaded with sugar and have no nutritional value. 

No worries though… Try my Berry Popsicle recipe that is a healthy version of your favorite childhood treat. They are easy to make, tasty, refreshing, and are made with real fruit and coconut water that gives you nutrients and keeps you hydrated!

All you need is a blender and popsicle holders. I use my nutribullet to blend and I found these popsicle holders at my local dollar store.


* 1/2 banana

* 1 handful of berries (strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries)

* 1/2 cup coconut water

* 1/2 cup almond milk


1 — Place a few slices of berries into each popsicle holder.

2 — Put all ingredients together and blend using a traditional blender or nutribullet.

3 — Pour blended mix into popsicle holders, freeze for 4-6hrs, then serve.

My popsicles turned out great and I hope yours will too! You can always modify this recipe by using some of your other favorite fruits like lemons and oranges. Making this treat is also a fun activity that you can do with your family. Share your own versions of this recipe in the comments below.

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