Do you guys get hangry? Super hungry + angry? Well, before I learned about Advocare and eating healthy meals and snacks every 2-3 hours I was pretty much hangry 24/7. Ask my husband he will tell you… (Sorry babe)…Hangry should have been my middle name. I was impossible when it came to finding something I wanted to eat, and I am embarrassed to admit that sometimes I would not even eat what he had made for dinner because it “smelled funny” or “looked weird.” I wish I could tell you the number of fights we had about what we would have for dinner. He married an adult woman with five-year-old taste buds.
I am pleased to announce that Hangry Erin has left the building. Better late than never right? Eating healthy does not have to be boring or gross. If you are like the old hangry me and think that healthy equals disgusting meals to be skinny, I am begging you to let it go (Cue Frozen theme song). I am introducing you to the most amazing breakfast I have ever eaten in my life. Seriously, I had a moment with my food this morning. It was so pretty I took a picture and stared for a moment because old Erin also did not cook…but that is for another post.
Drumroll please – here is the most amazing breakfast quesadilla you have ever in your life eaten. This is the kind of breakfast that as moms we want to hide in a closet and eat so our kids cannot find us because we do not want to share. (Do not lie, you moms have all done it). I knew you guys would want in on this. Trust me – you will make this and thank me later. Best of all – it’s entirely appropriate for the 24-day challenge, takes 5 minutes max, and will leave you full and satisfied.
Must have ingredients: Whole wheat tortilla, peanut butter, banana
Optional Ingredients: Strawberries, honey, cinnamon, chocolate chips (I used the optional ingredients this morning as a bit of a treat!)
Super easy directions:
- Spread a thin layer of peanut butter on the tortilla and fold together.
- Use medium heat and coat skillet with cooking spray. Add tortilla
- Top with banana and strawberries (really any fruit your heart desires) and let cook for 2-3 minutes to let the peanut butter melt.
- Add any optional ingredients on top. I added a tiny bit of honey, cinnamon, and a few choc chips because I was feeling extra Betty Crocker-ish this AM.
- Serve and enjoy.
Cannot wait to hear what yall think.
New and improved no longer hangry Erin