Here’s a hearty oatmeal recipe for those days when you need a little extra energy for your day. Its easy to make and travel with and I guarantee it will keep you full all the way to lunch.

All you need is one cup of cooked oatmeal (110) calories (about 3/4 cup of uncooked oatmeal), one small apple chopped (77) calories, two tablespoons chopped walnuts (96) calories, and one tablespoons raw organic agave nectar (80). Total 363 calories.

Boil the oatmeal in a cup and a half of water until the oats get soft and the water is absorbed. Remove the core from one small green apple and discard. Chop the apple into small pieces. When the oatmeal is done cooking, remove it from the pot and put it in a cereal bowl. Add the chopped apple to the oatmeal. Measure out two tablespoons of chopped walnuts, you can use already chopped walnuts or you can chop them yourself. Add the chopped nuts to the cereal bowl. Lastly add one tablespoon of raw agave nectar to the oatmeal and mix well. Enjoy.










Try this tempeh recipe, you will be pleasantly surprised. Tempeh is a soy product that is full of fiber, protein and complex carbs. You will definitely be full for a while with this one.

All you need is two slices of wheat toast (133) calories, half an avocado (161) calories, and two ounces of smokey tempeh strips (115) calories. Total 409 calories.

Cut the tempeh into slices, Cook the slices of smokey tempeh in a non stick pan. I like to use the light life brand smokey tempeh strips. The tempeh is just going to brown a little, you do not need to cook it long. While the tempeh is cooking, you can toast your wheat bread. When the bread is toasted, spread a quarter of an avocado on each slice of toast.  Place the tempeh on the toast and you’re ready to eat. Enjoy.