Butternut or acorn: What's your pick? Both are quite nutritious, budget friendly and found in most grocery stores nationwide. If you made our squash soup, take the opportunity to roast extra in peeled cubes so you can whip up some of these gorgeous and delicious toasts for breakfast, lunch or literally any time of day! #Kuri, #delicata and #kabocha squash varieties all have thin and edible skin and would work as great alternatives for this recipe if you feel intimidated by the peeling, this will of course also save time, reduce waste and increase nutrition. What's your favorite winter squash for roasting?
1-2 tablespoons butter (or olive oil)
2 thick (~1”) slices rye or sourdough bread, toasted
1 large sweet onion
3-4 teaspoons shaved parmesan cheese
1 package (3 ounces / 85 grams) Forward Greens Mighty Micros
2 cups butternut squash or acorn, (any variety), roasted in chunks
Flakey sea salt
Pepper, fresh cracked
Toasts are designed to be served immediately. In the case you have one leftover, store in the refrigerator for up to 24 hours and reheat in the oven or toaster oven.
Make ahead breakfasts make the whole week better. It’s one less thing to think about and you’re guaranteed something delicious each morning! These egg bites are full of nutrition and flavor. Feel free to make some ingredient swaps – this is a great way to use any veggies in your crisper! Just make sure to include the Micro Broccoli or Micro Kale for vitamins A and C to power you through your day.
This smoothie is a wonderful way to start the day – it’s sweet, creamy, nutritious, and will keep you full. Feel free to play with the ingredients! Vanilla yogurt is a great swap and the protein powder can be omitted, but it’s a great way to make sure the smoothie carries you through to lunch.