Breakfast is something we all struggle with. It’s hard to assemble something healthy and satisfying in the morning when you’re still half-asleep waiting for your coffee to be ready. The solution? Prep it ahead of time.
From a detoxifying green smoothie to a colorful frittata, here are 5 delicious breakfast recipes that are packed with veggies.
We love avocado toast. So much! But if you’re looking to switch things up, we present 5 more ways to turn an avocado into breakfast.
Everything tastes better when it’s in a bowl, especially the most important meal of the day. And these days, breakfast bowls go way beyond your basic oatmeal. There are a million different grains you can use and a million ways to mix things up — well, at least 25.
Busy mornings often mean one of two things: no breakfast at all or something packaged and filled with sugar. But that doesn’t have to be the case! These quick breakfast recipes will have you feeling your best — without any worry of a grumbling stomach or sugar crash a few hours later.
It’s not like you’re mainlining Lucky Charms for breakfast (uh, right?), but even a.m. meals that seem healthy can pack in the sugar. We found some low sugar breakfasts that will satisfy your sweet tooth — without the sugar crash.
When it comes to breakfast, easy and healthy are paramount. And when I say easy, I’m talking about the kind of 5-ingredient breakfasts that can be made in minutes with groggy eyes. But that doesn’t mean they have to be #basic. Below, you’ll find options that are simple and satisfying — but never blah.
In theory, yogurt is one of the healthiest foods you can eat. But many yogurts are full of added sugars or artificial sweeteners and flavors or all of the above. We perused the yogurt aisle and found the tastiest options with the least amount of sugar, so you can have all the convenience and enjoyment, without the crash.
From oatmeal-packed pancakes to paleo flapjacks, these healthier pancake recipes let you indulge but also bring some nutritional value. They’re the perfect Mother’s Day (or any day) treat.
Trying to avoid a carb coma by 10 am? These low carb breakfast recipes are packed with nutrients to fuel your day.
We’re constantly on the lookout for quick and easy breakfasts that make us excited to get out of bed. And if we can sneak some fruits and veggies onto our plates or into our bowls? Even better. From veggie tacos and breakfast scrambles to banana pancakes and raspberry ricotta toast, here are 10 vegetarian breakfasts to inspire your morning routine.
Collagen, the protein in our bodies that’s responsible for supple skin and elasticity, is something we naturally make less of as we age. Luckily, there are many foods that are either naturally rich in collagen or help aid your body in producing more. Skip the pricey creams and make one of these recipes instead.
These make-ahead breakfast recipes are great if you’re feeding a small army or a household of one. From sheet pan frittata to homemade granola bars, there’s something on this list for every kind of morning appetite.
In the last few years, instant coffee has gotten a welcome makeover. There are tons of tasty options out there, whether you want a fatty cup for your keto diet, you’re looking for a tasty delivery system for adaptogenic mushrooms, or you simply need a super-convenient way to get caffeinated in a hurry. These are our favorites.
Mornings are crazy—you don’t need us to tell you that. But we pinky swear you have time for breakfast. We gathered up some quick breakfast ideas to help you get in a nutrient-rich meal you’ll look forward to eating, whether you’re craving something sweet or savory.
Who doesn’t wake up on a Sunday morning craving pancakes? But making them from scratch is sometimes too much to ask on a weekend morning. And what if the desire for pancakes hits during the week? Enter these healthy pancake mixes.
Waking up to whip up breakfast can be daunting , especially when you’re known to hit the snooze button a couple times before getting out of bed. If you’re someone that considers breakfast an important part of the day then you understand how a good dose of nutrients can power your brain and body to get you going.
Breakfast is hands down the easiest time of day to eat more probiotics — and it doesn’t matter whether you skew sweet or savory. After writing a cookbook about all the ways to incorporate probiotic foods into your diet, I realized so many probiotic foods are a natural fit first thing in the morning.
Before you resort to take out…
No matter our family structure, whether we’re trying to feed a whole herd or just ourselves, getting a good dinner on the table in no small feat. Work, school, and play tend to fill our days to the brim, which often leaves us ravaged at 7 o’clock with not a whole lot of time or energy to assemble a meal.
Okay, so it’s doubtful that anyone can attribute their luscious locks, radiant skin, or strong muscles to collagen and collagen alone, but it’s worth knowing that collagen can help you in all those capacities.
The thing is: food has to be delicious. It seems obvious, but sometimes that message gets lost in all the chatter about nutrients and eating styles. It. Has. To. Taste. Amazing.
Are your mornings as hectic as ours? We bet they are — and since you can’t decide to not get dressed or brush your teeth, often when something has to go, it’s breakfast.
Panera Bread—so often the solution whether you’re looking for a quick breakfast on the go or a lunchtime option that has something for everyone. Now, don’t think just because they have “bread” in the name you won’t be able to make healthy choices. We asked experts for their tips on how to order like a champ.
Christmas morning, New Year’s Day, and the whole holiday week in between—maybe you have a houseful of guests or family in from out of town. No matter what your particular situation, one thing is a given: Everyone wakes up hungry.
Some of us are just not morning people (you know who you are). And if you have to be somewhere at a certain time in the a.m., that means morning can be a mad rush. If the craziness first thing leads to not-the-best breakfast options, the rest of your day can suffer, too.
We love #meatlessmonday and we also love #toasttuesday, so we decided to have a mashup this week. It’s especially great because here’s a dinner you can make in about 2 minutes flat that’s simple, delicious, healthy and fun, and keeps your kitchen cool. Did we mention it’s also totally plant based?
We always want to cook crowd-pleasing, chef-worthy food, easily and effortlessly—but especially in the summer. #Goals, right?
Recipe by Carly Stein BIO: Carly Stein is the founder and CEO of Beekeeper’s Naturals, which is focused on superfoods from the hive and dedicated to saving the bees. Carly is committed to using her company as a platform to raise funding for the bee cause and promoting sustainable practices.
What to eat for increased energy pre-workout, or for post-workout recovery? We get the answers.
Healthy and delicious make-ahead sweet-potato muffins will take away the what’s-for-breakfast stress.
4 classic breakfasts get a healthy makeover
Breakfast seems to be the hardest meal for many to crack. We’re usually pressed for time, eating on the go, and relying on something out of a box or microwave.
A little bit of a twist on the flavors and textures of carrot cake, this is a full-flavored, cinnamon-laced bread. Enjoy it as a tea cake or occasional morning treat. This recipe is from The Clean Plates Cookbook ($17; Running Press) by Jared Koch with Jill Silverman Hough.
Try a vegetarian take on traditional Korean bibimbap for a hearty breakfast
Although it’s served warm, this easy quinoa dish is meant to be enjoyed as you’d eat a cold breakfast cereal—pour on the milk, top with fresh fruit and perhaps a little sweetener, and dig in. You can add flavors to the quinoa, such as orange zest, sliced fresh ginger, vanilla extract, cacao powder, nut butter, or dried fruits, such as currants, raisins, or chopped dried apple. You can also sprinkle in toppings such as chopped toasted nuts, toasted seeds, coconut flakes, or cacao nibs Whatever add-ins you use, this recipe is simple, satisfying, and devoid of all those sugars, additives, and preservatives.
Try planning for a more mindful morning.
Try this savory breakfast recipe from the Huckleberry cookbook.
Wish you had some less sweet, or even sugar-free breakfast options? Try four delicious choices from around the world.
This organic cereal wants to give your breakfast a gluten-, additive- and preservative-free update
Rise and shine! Whether it’s a healthy breakfast you’re in search of or just a wholesome snack, Vigilant Eats Superfood Oat-Based Cereal is fueling the food revolution in more ways than one…