Start your day off right with a breakfast that not only fills you up, but gives you the energy to get through the morning.
Eggs are packed with protein, making them an egg-cellent breakfast option to keep you full ‘til lunch. Try adding a little salsa, avocado, and hot sauce for a southwest take on scrambled eggs.
Breakfast wraps are quick and easy, making them perfect for days when you’re running behind. Slather peanut butter on a whole wheat tortilla or flax wrap and then pile on the fruit — strawberries, raspberries, bananas, apples, and blueberries are all great choices. You could also sub the peanut butter for greek yogurt for variety and extra protein.
Drink your breakfast with this energy-bursting citrus green smoothie. Made with leafy green spinach, an energy-producing vegetable, grapefruit and oranges, you’ll get plenty of morning zest and calcium.
If you like oatmeal, you’re gonna love this spin on a breakfast classic. The Maple Pecan Quinoa Bowl is full of complex carbohydrates, which digest slowly to keep you full longer. It’s also a great breakfast for those chilly autumn mornings, warming you up and preparing you for the day.
5. Peanut Butter & Fruit Waffles
Waffles are a popular breakfast option, especially when they are easily prepared in a toaster. Instead of adding syrup and butter to your waffles, try adding peanut butter (or Nutella!) and fruit for a healthier and energy-boosting alternative.
6. Oatmeal with Fruit & Nuts
While oatmeal may seem like a plain and boring breakfast choice, its ability to keep you full has long been proven. Add some fruit, granola, and some nuts to jazz up your oatmeal, giving you even more energy to last all morning.
Want to get the long-lasting benefits of scrambled eggs, bacon, tomatoes, chives and cheese, but don’t have time for a sit-down breakfast? Wrap up this fiber- and protein-rich breakfast in a whole wheat or flax tortilla or and take it on the go!
Cereal is a quick and easy way to get a great start to your day. Make your favorite cereal a dessert by using lemon or vanilla greek yogurt to boost fiber and protein. Then, add your toppings, like fruit and granola.
Looking for a new way to enjoy oatmeal? This delicious oatmeal casserole is a healthy way to get your fiber-filled oats. And, the cool thing about casseroles is that if you make it on Sunday, you’ll have breakfast ready to go all week.
Quesadillas aren’t just for lunch and dinner anymore. They’re perfect for breakfast too, especially when filled with eggs, cheese, ham, spinach, mushrooms, and other omelette-friendly ingredients.
If you’re not an omelette fan, you can also make your breakfast quesadillas with peanut butter and bananas. Or with any other fruit you like.
This breakfast smoothie is berry good, combining energy-packed fruits and oats to sustain you throughout the morning.
Another easy breakfast casserole is this egg, hashbrown, and sausage dish. You can’t go wrong when combining these breakfast faves — and it’s easy to heat up and go in the morning.
This PB&J Parfait is yummy and healthy, combining berries, oats, and greek yogurt to keep you full and fuelled up until lunch.
Get ready to attack the day when you have Apple Vanilla Greek Yogurt Pancakes for breakfast. These protein-filled stacks will prepare you for the busiest of mornings, allowing you to stay focused and on-task.
Up your breakfast game by turning your next bagel into a power packed morning treat. Add eggs, avocados, tomatoes, and spinach, like in this recipe, to boost your morning productivity.
Add energizing superfoods, like greek yogurt, blueberries, strawberries, and cinnamon, to your toast for a healthy jumpstart to your day.
If you love BLT’s, you’re gonna love this breakfast version. The addition of egg and avocado will help you step up your morning routine, while the traditional bacon, lettuce, and tomato will satisfy your tastebuds.
Fruit, besides being delicious, gives the body power. And, when combined with greek yogurt, it becomes a breakfast super meal.
What could be better than pizza for breakfast? Especially when this pizza raises your energy level and tastes yummy.
Incorporate more wholesome grains and oats into your diet with Blueberry Banana Nut Oatmeal. This dish is not only heart healthy, but will sustain you all morning.
Jumpstart your morning with this Banana Almond Smoothie. It’s a smoothie-shake hybrid made with greek yogurt, bananas, and vanilla almond milk, blended together to kickstart your day.
Fall is the perfect time to make these scrumptious pumpkin muffins. Make them on a Sunday and you’ll have a healthy, energy boosting breakfast every day throughout the week.
This crustless pastry dish is light and airy, leaving you feeling ready to take on the day.
Don’t spend money on egg and cheese sandwiches/biscuits when you can make your own! Plus, these DIY breakfast biscuits are healthier and more filling.
Filled with protein and healthy fats, an avocado and egg flatbread is guaranteed to keep you full and energized until it’s time for lunch.
Roll up your spinach and ham omelette in a flax wrap or whole wheat tortilla and take it on the go!
This flavorful, greek-inspired tostada will put a pep in your step, giving you the boost you need to accomplish your morning goals.
Stuff a sweet potato with eggs, bacon, cheese, and various veggies for a delicious and filling breakfast.
Boost your morning and your productivity with these healthy, low fat, and satisfying Apple Banana Oatmeal Muffins.
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