There are some mornings when it’s all we can do to will ourselves out of bed and grab a fistful of cereal or a granola bar on our way out the door. A gourmet breakfast isn’t a realistic everyday goal. But that doesn’t mean we should settle for a sugar rush that’ll leave us sad and hungry a half-hour later. You’d be surprised how many healthy breakfast ideas require very little effort when put into practice. We’re about to blow your mind with everything from über-easy, make-ahead breakfast muffins to lots of delicious vegan breakfast ideas and healthy smoothies you can whip up in just minutes. Wedding Affair brings to you some healthy breakfast options.
Healthy Breakfast Oats
Oats are loaded with fiber, so they’re a great healthy breakfast! To avoid oat burnout, make sure to vary your toppings! Any nut butter, fruit, dried fruit, yogurt, nut, seed, or jam is fair game. Change up how you prepare your oats too. Make baked oatmeal or homemade granola, or prep a big batch of overnight oats for quick breakfasts throughout the week. While you’re at it, make a batch of homemade oat milk.
The Classic Egg For Meal
If you’re someone who wants to prioritize protein in your breakfast, egg recipes are a great choice. Breakfast scrambles, omelets, and plain fried eggs can get repetitive, so try one of the recipes below to change things up. Make individual frittatas in muffins tins for a portable breakfast option. On days when you have more time, sit down to a big breakfast casserole with your partner or family.
A Smoothie Way To Go
Smoothies are some of the best breakfast recipes, as they pack a big serving of fruits and veggies into your first meal of the day. A handful of spinach is almost undetectable, so toss some in to boost the nutrients in a fruit smoothie. Alternatively, blend in a superfood like hemp seeds, nut butter, matcha, or maca powder for an extra healthy kick.
A Classic Food Bowl
If you’re looking for some new, out-of-the-box ideas, a breakfast bowl might be the thing for you. In this category, almost anything goes. When I’m making a savory bowl, I top rice, farro, or cauliflower rice with a soft-boiled egg, vegetables (leftover roasted sprouts, cauliflower, etc) and a flavorful sauce like pesto. make sure your bowls vary widely. Sometimes go for chia pudding or a smoothie bowl. On other days, use quinoa with almond milk, cinnamon, and fresh fruit and call it a meal.
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