10 healthy brunch hacks dietitians swear by
Brunch is what makes weekends great, but the food options aren’t always the healthiest. Here’s how dietitians hack the menu.
Add some protein to your pancakes by using almond flour and eggs instead of white flour. Switching your pancakes from refined carbs to protein and healthy fats will give your brunch extra staying power so you don’t end up hungry or craving sugar or carbs later on.
Quiche is basically breakfast pie thanks to the buttery, floury crust. It also tends to be loaded with cheese, taking the calorie, fat, and sodium count beyond where your brunch should be. Emily Kyle, M.S., R.D.N., comes to the rescue with her version. It helps you cut down on carbohydrates and saturated fat by eliminating the crust while still proving an awesome flavor and texture. READ MORE…