Brinner: breakfast for dinner.
I’m in the group of people who love eating dinner for breakfast and breakfast for dinner — both are equally delicious and a great way to switch up meal time! I recommend saving time and getting organic quick-cooking polenta, topped with a scrambled or poached egg — your choice! — and maple syrup for the sweet variation or sriracha for some savory spice.
Polenta is the star of this recipe, and here’s why: it’s a great grain-free alternative. Polenta is also a natural and excellent source of carotenoids, and it’s good to note that they’re easier to digest when they’re paired with some sort of healthy fat.
Breakfast for dinner — you dig it? Bonus: this one’s protein-rich and full of nutrients. #nutritionstripped
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Source: FS – All – Food and Nutrition Blogs
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