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These no bake energy bites are AMAZING! They taste like snickerdoodle cookies - but they're actually healthy. Loaded with good-for-you ingredients, these babies will keep you fueled all day long!

These no bake energy bites are AMAZING! They taste like snickerdoodle cookies - but they're actually healthy. Loaded with clean eating ingredients, these babies will keep you fueled all day long! Pin this healthy energy bite recipe to try later!

Homemade Amaranth Pecan Granola Bars - vegan, plant based, gluten free option, refined sugar free, healthy - heavenlynnhealthy.com

These homemade amaranth pecan granola bars are the best snack when you are on the run, traveling or simply out of time for a whole meal.

Garlic infused, Caprese Frittata with pan fried, juicy tomato and fresh basil flavors. Breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner! Easy to make and low carb/cal! | http://cafedelites.com

Garlic infused, Caprese Frittata with pan fried, juicy tomato and fresh basil flavors. Breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner! Easy to make and low carb/cal!

Easy Overnight Oats - Soak your oats overnight for the quickest breakfast all week long! You can double or triple the recipe. Seriously. It's just so easy!

Easy Overnight Oats - APPLE PIE IS MY FAVORITE! Soak your oats overnight for the quickest breakfast all week long! You can double or triple the recipe.

Mornings are very busy and these Peanut Butter and Banana Overnight Oats have definitely simplified them! I love the combination of peanut butter and banana especially when maple syrup and cinnamon are added! This is a super easy recipe for a quick, delicious breakfast!

Mornings are very busy and these Peanut Butter and Banana Overnight Oats have definitely simplified them! I love the combination of peanut butter and banana especially when maple syrup and cinnamon ar(Quick Breakfast Recipes)

Find lots of easy and effective vocabulary activities in this post by The Teacher Next Door.

Teachers know that having a rich vocabulary is an asset to students as readers and as writers. We know that students who are avid readers, tend to have more advanced vocabularies than those wh