It’s one thing wanting to eat healthily and browsing the internet for perfectly balanced and tasty recipes to prepare, and a whole other thing to turn your good intentions into reality. In between packing your kids’ lunches and getting yourself ready for work, where are you supposed to find the time to slave over the stove and put together that breakfast you found on Pinterest?
To set yourself and your family up for the day, you need to be able to provide sources of protein, health fats, vitamins, and nutrients. And you need to do it quick. So here are 33 recipes – enough to last you a month – that will enable you to do just that. Enjoy!
You can’t get much quicker than grabbing a muffin or two as you walk out the door. These egg muffins can be cooked in large batches and stored in the fridge for when you need them. Packed with protein and vegetables, this paleo recipe gives your body the nutrients it needs, rather than the stacks of carbs and sugar found in breakfast cereals.
These apple sandwiches are really quick together and they’re super healthy because of the vitamins, nutrients, and healthy fats they contain. These are particularly great for fussy kids.
These banana bites make great morning snacks. Make up a big batch ahead of breakfast time and then simply pop a few in your mouth when you’re in a rush. Vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats. Win!
This dish is a nice twist on plain eggs. One cup of eggplant contains only 33 calories. Eggplant is also full of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants too! This dish only takes a few minutes to put together too.
Why not make your regular egg-based breakfasts much healthier by loading up on green veggies? This is a great way to pack in the nutrients right at the start of the day and, who knows, maybe you’ll even be able to convince your kids to give it a go!
These baked tomato and egg cups are not only tasty, but cute too. The perfect addition to your healthy morning breakfast (or brunch)!
Starting your day with fruit is a great way to get yourself feeling alert and awake. Grapefruits are a great source of vitamin C, which helps to support your immune system. This would be a good breakfast to have if you’re feeling a bit under the weather or full of cold.
This recipe is perfect for you if you’re not an early bird and you need something zingy to wake you up in the morning. Simply throw the ingredients into a blender and glug it down. You’ll soon be ready for the day ahead.
Protein is great, not only because it helps you to grow and heal, but because it keeps you feeling fuller for longer. These protein-filled pancakes are really simple to make because they only contain three ingredients.
These bars contain nuts and spices, both of which come with multiple health benefits. Nuts are great sources of health fat and you can prepare these bars ahead of time and just grab one from the fridge in the morning.
Polenta tastes nutty and creamy and it’s a pleasant alternative to oatmeal. Using a microwave, it takes just five minutes to prepare.
What better way to eat your vegetables than to wrap them in meat? These burritos are quick to put together but, if you’re really short on time in the mornings, you could prepare a batch the night before, and just grab them out of the fridge as you head out the door.
Avocados are great sources of healthy fat and, combined with a salsa made of tomato, onion, and fresh cilantro, they make a tasty breakfast snack. This breakfast is quick to make and easy to transport.
These breakfast bombs look so good you almost won’t want to eat them! They’re full of healthy goodness too because of all the nuts, seeds, and berries they contain.
Salads are quick and healthy meals to put together and you can either whip one together in the morning or make up a huge one at the weekend and dip into it throughout the week. This salad is particularly tasty because it contains strawberries.
This breakfast pudding contains lots of natural ingredients, including almond milk, maple syrup, and chia seeds. Chia seeds are loaded with nutrients and they’re low-calorie too.
Muffins make a great on-the-go breakfast option. These moist and tasty apple muffins are no exception. These quick and easy muffins can be made over the weekend and eaten all week long! The coconut flour gives them a fluffy consistency while the eggs pack enough protein to keep you full and satisfied. The apple and honey add just enough sweetness that you think you are cheating!
Avocados are full of health fats and, contrary to popular opinion, fat is essential for good health. Without fat in your diet, your body won’t be able to absorb all the nutrients you consume, so chowing down on fruit and vegetables won’t do you much good unless you get some fat in there too. This simple recipe makes it easy to do just that.
The is one of the simplest and healthiest breakfasts around. Berries contain vitamin K, vitamin C, fiber, manganese and other antioxidants. Coconut cream contains fiber, B vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin E, and lots of essential minerals.
Everyone knows that kale is a superfood. It’s the plant that provides the most nutrition per calorie and it’s packed with powerful phytochemicals, calcium, iron, and vitamins A, C, and K. And now it’s even easier to eat lots of it! Simply prepare these cubes the night before you need them and then pop a few out in the morning.
This is a delightful concoction is full of healthy greens and mango. The cilantro helps to stabilize blood sugar levels and the kale and spinach provide loads of healthy nutrients to help you get your day off to a good start. So tasty. So paleo. So much yum.
Nut butters are full of healthy fats and bananas contain potassium, so, if you can spare the fifteen minutes this recipe requires, you’ll have a delicious, healthy, and warm breakfast.
This recipe makes a delicious twist on plain old oatmeal and the banana asks a nice load of vitamins and nutrients to the meal too. No Monday morning can be a bad Monday morning if you’ve got a bowl of this in front of you.
Trail mixes are really easy to put together and nuts are great sources of healthy fats. Be careful, however, not to overdo it, as nuts are very high in calories.
Eggs make great breakfast snacks because they’re quick to make and full of protein. But don’t stick to plain old boiled eggs. Switch it up and cook them different ways to add variety into your diet.
Granola is a great and quick breakfast, though you’ll have to make this up ahead of time. Make up a huge batch and you’ll always have plenty on hand, so the mornings won’t have to be such a rush.
If you’re not one for big breakfasts, this tea will do the trick. Ginger comes with a ton of health benefits, and it’s known to help relieve nausea, so it’s good for troubled stomachs. If you still need a fix – grab some more paleo breakfast recipes here.
This quick breakfast contains healthy fat in the form of ghee or grass-fed butter and veggies in the form of leeks and kale. It’s a filling breakfast and, because it contains protein, it’ll keep you feeling full all morning.
These spears are lovely and warm, so they’re great for cold winter starts. When eaten regularly, asparagus is believed to have cancer-fighting properties, so this would be a good breakfast to turn into a routine meal.
Salads are quick to put together and this one is packed with nutrients and natural diuretics. It’s low-calorie and tastes delicious.
These sammies are a real treat. Avocado is full of healthy fats and bacon brings the protein in this morning snack. The crunchiness of the bacon and the creaminess of the avocado make this breakfast a winner.
For a really quick breakfast that’s packed full of nutrients, make up a batch of kale chips and then grab a handful as you get ready in the morning. A quick & easy paleo snack.
This simple breakfast is filling, healthy and delicious. You can try adding different toppings, like bananas, cinnamon, strawberries, or nuts. Alternatively, you can try topping your pudding with avocado or pistachios for a savory taste. What’s easier than reaching in the refrigerator in the morning and dishing out some breakfast pudding? This will be a recipe you come back to often.
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