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This nutrient-rich oatmeal is made in advance by combining Greek yogurt, fresh fruit, oats and chia seeds. The flavors and textures come together overnight for a delicious and elegant grab-and-go breakfast! Beth, Recipe Hunter

Beth Wittenstein, NoshOnIt Recipe Hunter


“I Don’t Have Time for Breakfast” Make Ahead Oatmeal

Nutrition has never been so easy… or delicious!

Whether you’ll be cranking away at the office or relaxing at the beach, start your day off right with a healthy, nutritious and incredibly easy breakfast. Combine your oats, almond milk, shredded apple, Greek yogurt and chia seeds the night before so your breakfast will be ready to grab and go in the morning. By mixing everything up in advance, you not only save time in the morning, but also allow the oats and chia seeds to soak up the liquid and flavor of the other ingredients for a smooth, cohesive dish. Chia seeds especially can soak up 9-10 times their weight in water overnight, which in turn keeps you full longer. Dubbed the health food of the year, these extraordinary chia seeds pack a staggering amount of nutrients for their teeny size, bringing you more omega-3s than a piece of salmon, and plenty of calcium, iron, and fiber. Top your ready made oatmeal with a handful of sliced almonds and pomegranate seeds for an extra boost of antioxidants and crunch for a delicious breakfast that will keep you satisfied until lunch!


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We feature classic Middle Eastern recipes with a twist, seasonal Mediterranean recipes, as well as vegan and vegetarian creations.

The sisters behind May I Have That Recipe bring their own unique blend of equal parts Spain, Lebanon, Israel and America that shines in their recipes through use of interesting recipes, beautiful presentation and an emphasis on healthy eating. Born and raised in Barcelona, Spain to Jewish Lebanese parents, the sisters were exposed to a hodgepodge of culinary variety at an early age and brought their Mediterranean style with them to the east coast. Vicky and Ruth share vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and kosher recipes to satisfy your every dietary need. Before you ask, “may I have this recipe?” click through their vast collection and you’ll see they can’t wait to share all of their best recipes with you!

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Another Use for Mason Jars: Breakfast on the Go

No time for breakfast? Think again! You can use mason jars to assemble different kinds of breakfasts that can be stored in the fridge to grab-and-go.

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