A Place for Mom Senior Nutrition Expert and Stanford Hospital and Clinics Registered Dietitian, Heather Schwartz, shares a tasty and nutritious breakfast that’s yummy enough to be a tasty treat as well as a healthy start to the day.
“When I had this, I added 1 tablespoon of crushed, raw walnuts on top for added protein and healthy fats as well as Trader Joe’s canned pumpkin which adds a beautiful source of vitamin A and C and fiber to start your day,” says Heather Schwartz, RD.
Inspired by Food.com’s “Fall Breakfast” recipe.
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