Food·Posted on May 1, 20167 Healthy Eating Tricks You'll Actually Want To TryPower bowls, mason jar salads, and a healthy breakfast recipe that's even sweet enough for dessert!by Christine ByrneBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Try these eggs baked in peppers for the perfect low-carb, make-ahead breakfast. View this video on YouTube youtube.com Breakfast Bell PeppersMakes 4recipe by BuzzFeed TastyINGREDIENTS2 bell peppers1 tablespoon kosher salt1 tablespoon freshly ground black pepper1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese½ cup finely chopped chives4 large eggs4 strips cooked bacon½ cup shredded cheddar cheeseINSTRUCTIONS1. Preheat oven to 350°F.2. On a cutting board, split the bell peppers in half from stem to base. Cut out the stem and the seeds. Transfer halved peppers to a baking tray, cavity side up. Sprinkle each half with salt and pepper. 3. Bake for 15–20 minutes, until peppers are slightly soft.4. Take the peppers out of the oven. Sprinkle the mozzarella and half of the chives evenly among the four pepper halves. Crack eggs into the center of each pepper. Sprinkle the salt, pepper, bacon, cheddar, and remaining chives on top of the eggs. 5. Bake for 15–20 minutes, until egg whites are set. Serve! 2. Sick of salads for lunch? Jump on the new power bowl trend. pinchofyum.com Power bowls tend to be any combination of grains, veggies, beans, and maybe meat, all drizzled with a super-flavorful sauce. Chances are, you've seen one at your favorite trendy lunch spot. They're also available at lots of fast casual chains — Pret a Manger offers a few, and they've long been part of Panera's secret menu. You can make them at home by prepping a bunch of vegetables, a batch of grains, and a sauce in advance, then throwing everything together for lunch.Recipe: Dynamite Plant Power Sushi Bowls 3. Experiment with nutritional yeast to add a cheesy flavor to soups, stews, and pasta dishes — it's dairy-free and has fewer calories than real cheese. ohsheglows.com buzzfeed.com Nutritional yeast is sold as dry, yellow flakes, and you can get it at most supermarkets. Recipes (from left): Luxurious 7-Vegetable and Cheese Soup, Cheezy Vegan Spaghetti Squash 4. Make a big batch of vegetable-based hash at the start of the week, then reheat leftovers every morning while you cook some eggs. brooklynsupper.com The combination of protein and fiber-packed carbs will energize you and keep you full until lunch. Plus, it feels so legit to sit down to an actual breakfast, even though it takes only a few minutes to throw together every morning. Recipe here. 5. Upgrade your morning fruit and granola with this healthy breakfast berry crumble. thebigmansworld.com It's definitely sweet enough for dessert, too! Recipe here. 6. If you love hummus, you'll probably love these more substantial chickpea cakes, which are a great meat alternative on salads or sandwiches. pureella.com Everything comes together in a food processor, and the cakes are cooked after less than 10 minutes on the stove! Recipe here. 7. Pack one (or all!) of these mason jar salads for breakfast and lunch at work this week. recipecorner.com No sad desk lunches here. Recipe here.