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Easy healthy breakfast ideas that also happen to be delicious. Fuel your day with these tempting and easy to achieve breakfast ideas.
Easy Apple Cinnamon Baked Oatmeal Cups
These Apple Cinnamon Baked Oatmeal Cups are perfect for an easy and healthy breakfast throughout the week!
Steel Cut Oats with Amaranth, Chia Seeds and Blueberries
“Fresh blueberries are not in season at the moment, so I put my frozen organic wild blueberries to good use in this hearty mix. The chia and the amaranth pump up the nutritional value of this cereal — both are high in calcium, amaranth is high in protein, and chia seeds are a great source of healthful omega-3s. They also contribute texture. For even more great texture, top the cereal with chopped toasted hazelnuts or almonds.”
Healthy and Protein Rich Simple Egg Bites
Quick breakfasts in the morning can still be healthy and delicious with these protein-rich simple egg bites made with favorite and seasonal vegetables. An excellent breakfast on the go or healthy snack.
Paleo Sweet Potato Waffle Breakfast Sandwiches
“Bust out those waffle makers for this Sweet Potato Waffle Breakfast Sandwich. Five simple ingredients combined for one epic paleo sandwich. Whole30 compliant too!”
Breakfast Wheat Berries
“Wheat berries sweetened with honey and perfumed with rose water and spices make a delicious breakfast on their own or stirred into yogurt (that’s the way I prefer to serve this). Whether you use farro, kamut, spelt or wheat berries (and whether you are cooking them for breakfast or for dinner) the trick here is to cook the grains for as long as it takes for them to really soften and to splay (that is, to burst at one end).”
Healthy Blueberry Oat Muffins
Healthy Blueberry Oatmeal Muffins are one of our favorite grab-and-go breakfasts in the morning. Incredibly healthy, with just enough sweet to satisfy the teenage son. I bake a couple of batches at a time and keep them in the freezer for breakfasts, sack lunches, or snacks. While we know the benefits of whole grains and a heart-healthy lifestyle, a study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, brings a bit more incentive to kick-start a healthier diet. Their findings show that filling up on fiber, particularly whole grain fiber, may not only give you a higher quality of life but may reduce your risk of dying from heart disease.
Peanut Butter Overnight Oats
“This version is as simple as it gets: 5 ingredients, 5 minutes prep time, no fancy methods, and simple ingredients. Almond milk, maple syrup and salted peanut butter make a creamy, flavorful base to soak the oats. Chia seeds add nutrition, a little crunch, and help them thicken.”
Blueberry Coconut Baked Oatmeal
“This oaty-nutty-cinnamony goodness is really closer to a soft oatmeal cookie or the topping of a fruit crumble… and it’s a far cry from the packet of instant oats mixed with water and microwaved that I was so obsessed with in college.”
Ultimate Egg Sandwich
“If you have a moment to actually sit down and enjoy an egg sandwich, let it be this one topped with savory ricotta, veggies and lemon zest.”
Easy Kale Feta Egg Toast
“Easy Kale Feta Egg Toast is an important reminder that—no matter what else happens today—we can still feed ourselves a decent meal.”