5 Quick and Healthy Breakfasts You Can Freeze
Nutritious morning meals just got about 10 times easier.
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A Completely Customizable Way to Get the Ball, Er, Rolling
Ever wake up completely ravenous, but without the time to cook a full breakfast? Try stocking your freezer with nut-butter energy balls, which are so versatile, you can even eat them frozen (or either let them thaw at room temperature for 15 minutes or microwave them for 30 seconds). This basic recipe calls for any kind of nut or seed butter, honey, dry milk powder and flax meal—and you can add your own twist with chopped dried fruit or nuts, or even mini chocolate chips (pro tip: keep the mix-ins to less than 1/4 cup, so the balls still stick together).
Get the recipe: Nut-Butter Energy Balls