Nurse That Hangover the Right Way

Peanut Butter Acai Bowl
Peanut Butter Acai Bowl

 

Sooo maybe you enjoyed yourself a little too much last night and happened to overindulge in the alcohol department.

Once you manage to roll out of bed, head to the kitchen and whip up a little snack to help ease your pain.

Soothe your stomach, kick that headache to the curb, nourish your body, and heal your soul.

Or something like that.

 

Soothe:

Before you reach for the meds, whip up a pot of oatmeal or a smoothie au naturel.

Oatmeal with Apple, Blueberries & Chia Seeds

What’s more comforting than a warm bowl of oatmeal? Chia seeds and fresh fruit add a boost of nutrition.

Kale-Ginger Detox Smoothie

Ginger helps settle unhappy tummies. And we all know kale is uber healthy. (Although it won’t quite make up for that entire cheese platter you demolished last night.)

Coconut Water Smoothie with Berries

Hydrate yourself with tropical coconut water to make that pounding headache disappear. Throw some fruit in there for an extra refreshing experience. The spinach will blend right in.

 

Nourish:

Get some good stuff back in your system. (Peanut butter counts.)

Peanut Butter Banana French Toast

Potassium is your friend, and peanut butter makes life better in general. Allergic to peanuts? Swap in almond butter or even tahini with honey.

Spinach Omelet with Parmesan

Protein and dark leafy greens! This omelet is super simple, so you won’t have to use up what little energy you have in the morning.

Veggie Quesadillas with Eggs, Spinach & Beans

Protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals… this healthy veggie quesadilla has it all. Plus cheese of course. Don’t completely deprive yourself. Cheese = calcium, anyway.

 

Heal:

Disney princess Band-Aids in recipe form.

Ginger Beef, Mushroom & Kale Stir-Fry

Yup, more ginger. This dish is slightly more substantial without being too greasy or heavy.

Ramen Miso Soup with Mushrooms & Bok Choy

Ramen is a classic hydrating hangover cure. Step up your game by adding probiotic-rich miso.

Spicy Kimchi Quinoa Bowls

Kimchi is pretty darn good for your gut. Now’s the time for a fresh start so fill up on those probiotics.

 

Looking for more hangover helpers? We’ve got your back.

 

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