…EGG-cellent quick & healthy breakfast ideas…



A favorite breakfast option for most people.

The good thing about eggs… you can prepare them in various ways!

Eggs are packed with nutrition and protein!


Eggs are considered to be a “pure protein”.  What give it that unique characteristic is the fact that it carries ALL NINE essential amino acids. Amino are VERY important because they are the key components in helping your body form protein. When you consume foods, like protein, your body breaks it down into specific amino acids. Your body then rearranges them and puts them back together in a “new” form of protein. These “new” proteins can be found in your hair, skin, organs, bone, and skeletal muscles. Your body will also use protein to help repair damaged tissues and cells and upkeep and maintain your muscles.

Eggs are also packed with omega-3 fatty acids.  This is a nutrient that your body can not make so it is important that you consume them.  These omega-3 fatty acids are essential to your body.  These omega-3 fatty acids aid in helping to reduce heart disease, and research has also shown that the consumption of omega-3 fatty acids has been linked to help with depression.

Eggs are “Egg-sactly” what the doctors suggest you regularly consume to help with your overall health. You do not have to make them “Egg-stravagent” or use “Egg-streme” recipes to enjoy an “Egg-ceptional” meal!

Infinite Life Fitness Recipe: Chocolate and Cinnamon Breakfast Bites…


There are a few ways that you can make this, but I decided to make mine in a unique way.

This is a GREAT breakfast option for those who need to grab food and GO in the morning.


  • I tbsp. cinnamon
  • 1 scoop protein or 1 pack or 1/4 cup (*** PLEASE be aware that different protein powders will produce different results. For this Recipe I used the Advocare Vanilla Meal Replacement Shake***
  • 1/4 cup of honey
  • 1/2 cup of oat flour
  • 1/4 cup of Chocolate peanut butter (BUT you can use regular peanut butter)
  • 3/4 cup of whole oats
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract


You can MAKE your own oat flour! All you need is rolled oats and a food processor OR blender.  Put a few cups of rolled oat into the food processor/blender and mix it until it becomes fine like “Flour”. You can also purchase it BUT I just decided to make my own.


Mix all ingredients together and a bowl.  Contents in bowl will start to clump together BUT it will not be a paste or batter.  You will want to grab small amounts of the mixture and roll them into small balls (about the size of a ping pong ball). Stick them in the freezer (Leave them in the freezer LONGER FOR BEST RESULTS! I stuck mine in the freezer overnight but around 4 hours should be good enough) and then enjoy.


Like I stated in the video, I also dipped my breakfast bites with Greek Yogurt! You can use 1 cup of plain Greek yogurt and drizzle about 1 tbsp of honey to make a dip. You can also find caramel, chocolate, or other flavors at your local store and use those prepackaged yogurts to dip your bites.


You can make these several different ways! You can use regular peanut butter with cinnamon. You can use other spices, you can use other types of nut butter, you can pretty much get as creative as you would like!