Loving Your Waistline with a Low-Carb Valentine’s Day Brunch

Loving Your Waistline with a Low-Carb Valentine’s Day Brunch

Feb 10, 2020 Alex Brecher

A leisurely breakfast or brunch can be a great way to celebrate Valentine’s Day, and even better if it does not interfere with weight loss. The BariatricPal Store has what you need for a high-protein, low-carb brunch without much effort, leaving you plenty of time to say, “I love you.”

The holiday is on Friday this year, but there is no need to miss out on brunch if you are stuck at work on Friday. Just move brunch to the weekend, and feel to try these recipes at any occasion, not just for Valentine’s Day.

French Toast

Something between a comfort food and a quick classic, making French toast can be a cozy way to start Valentine’s Day. Although the star of the show is traditionally high-carb, starchy bread, you can keep your version of French toast low-carb and diet-friendly if you useLow-Carb Protein Bread, Continue following your favorite recipe, and serve it with fruit orChocolate Hazelnut Spread for a beautiful breakfast.

Waffles

Though they are simple to make, waffles seem like a fancier dish to save for brunch instead of an everyday breakfast. They can be ideal for Valentine’s Day if you can keep them low in carbohydrates, which is easy with low-carbBaking Mix. They need only water, oil, and/or eggs to become complete batters for waffles. You can make pancakes using the same ingredients, too.

We have gluten-free, low-calorie, and high-protein varieties, and you can choose regular, Buttermilk, or any other flavor ofBaking Mix that sounds good, such as Banana Hazelnut or Chocolate Rage. Then top your waffle withSugar-Free Maple Syrup or sliced strawberries with a drizzle of dark chocolate.

Breakfast Pizza

Another dish that is easy to make but shows you care is a breakfast pizza on a high-protein,Low-Carb Pizza Crust. Top it with anything you like that fits into your diet. These are some ideas.

  • Ham and eggs.
  • Turkey sausage or bacon and cheddar cheese.
  • Feta cheese, tomatoes, and spinach.
  • Swiss cheese and mushrooms.
  • RIcotta or blue cheese and pears.

These ideas can keep brunch in check on Valentine’s Day and any other day. When you eat right, you can feel better, and feeling great can help you bring more to any relationship. Whether you are brunching with a significant other or friends, or are by yourself, The BariatricPal Store wishes you a lot of love on Valentine’s Day!

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