7 Healthy Breakfast Recipes to Get You Up and Going

Try some of these healthy breakfast ideas today!

Jul 28, 2020
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What do you eat in the morning? Most people will answer that all they have time for is a cup of coffee. While coffee gives you a morning boost of caffeine, you still need food to fuel you for the rest of the day. After all, there’s a reason why doctors call breakfast the most important meal of the day.

According to Web Md, breakfast kick-starts your metabolism and gives you the energy you need to focus on tasks at home, work or school. If your body doesn’t get what it needs from food in the morning, you will feel drained and will reach for sugary foods later.

So, take the time to eat a well-balanced breakfast, and skip the trip to Dunkin Donuts later. Don’t know what to make? Try one of these healthy breakfast recipes to make the most of your morning.

Breakfast Burrito

Some like it hot! This recipe from The Food Network is packed full of nutrition and taste. It’s made of eggs, black beans, red pepper, red onion, tomato, avocado, low-fat pepper jack cheese and wrapped in a whole wheat tortilla. Top it with Greek yogurt and you are eating all of the food pyramid in one super healthy breakfast!

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Homemade Muesli

The best thing about muesli is that you probably already have everything you need to make it in your pantry. That’s because muesli is basically granola made from raw oats along with dried seeds and fruits. You can watch this easy to follow YouTube from Joos Food and make your own.

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 Tropical Breakfast Smoothie

You can drink your breakfast with an easy to make blender smoothie. All you need is fresh fruit and vegetables; yogurt, milk, or fruit juice and you are ready to blend some morning sunshine. Try a tropical fruit smoothie from allrecipes. All you need is one mango, one papaya, a half cup of strawberries, one-third cup of OJ and five ice cubes and then just blend it until it is smooth. Enjoy!

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 Spinach and Cheddar Quiche in a Mug

This recipe from Bowl of Delicious is perfect for rushed mornings because it only takes five minutes to make in your microwave. You can use fresh or frozen spinach and bacon is optional. Make it even healthier by using turkey bacon or a vegetarian substitute from Morning Star or Tofurky.

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Breakfast Muffins

Skip the donut and have a healthy breakfast muffin instead. For a great selection of muffin recipes that includes banana, blueberry, vegan, and spiced carrot, check out BBC Good Food. Bake ahead and freeze the extras if there are any left.

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Curry-Avocado Egg Toast

This power breakfast combines superfood avocado with curry that contains turmeric and a fried egg on whole grain toast. This easy to follow recipe from Good Housekeeping will spice up your morning and get you going. Since it contains two powerful natural anti-inflammatories, eat Curry-Avocado Egg toast after your daily run or exercise regimen.

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Greek Yogurt & Berries

Greek yogurt is full of probiotics and nutrition and will keep you full until lunch. Pair it with strawberries or blueberries for a super healthy breakfast. Make it ahead of time and layer the yogurt and berries in a parfait glass for a first-class breakfast treat.

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BONNIE RIVA RAS, EDITOR & WRITER
Bonnie Riva Ras has dedicated her life to promoting social justice. She loves to write about empowering women, helping children, educational innovations, and advocating for the environment & sustainability.
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