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The most important meal of the day should leave you feeling fantastic.
A fruit cup is fine, but adding quinoa turns it into an actual meal, not a sad excuse for breakfast that'll leave you starving an hour later. Recipe here.
Fresh and fruity. Recipe here.
Sweet bites of dried fruit make this hearty grain salad perfectly breakfast-y. Recipe here.
That blueberry muffin from the deli case is an easy option, but it'll just lead to a 10 a.m. sugar crash. Enjoy your blueberries with greens, oranges, and a little bit of granola for a breakfast that'll stay with you longer. Recipe here.
Top greens and whatever other vegetables you have in your fridge with a couple of poached eggs, and you'll get 12 grams of protein, plus tons of nutrients and fiber. Recipe here.
Lox doesn't have to mean bagels. Pair it instead with veggies and a yogurt-horseradish dressing. Full flavor, no lethargic carb-coma. Recipe here.
Pumpkin seeds add staying power to breakfast-ready pear and banana. Add greek yogurt for even more oomph. Recipe here.
This one has a little kick of chili to wake you up. Recipe here.
Who says you can't fire up your grill before 10 a.m.? Recipe here.
The power is in the smoothie-like dressing, which is a combination of almond butter, almond milk, dates, and protein powder. Recipe here>
Protein-packed, and guaranteed to keep you going until late lunch. Recipe here.
Walnuts and avocado provide healthy fats to help your body absorb the nutrients from the fruit, and (unpictured) yogurt adds filling protein. Recipe here.
This may be too much for an everyday breakfast, but it's perfect for a weekend brunch. Recipe here.
Apple, avocado, raisin, walnut, and cinnamon make for the perfect mix of textures, flavors, and vitamins. Recipe here.
"Oat croutons" is really just a salad-y way of saying "granola," but I dig it. Make a big batch of them, then stock enough produce to make this salad all week. Recipe here.
Yes, you read that right. For healthier croutons, use whole grain bread. Recipe here.
Why not reverse-engineer your breakfast sandwich, going heavy on the vegetables and light on the bread. Recipe here.
A hearty base of quinoa, millet, and oats is studded with antioxidant-filled blueberries and folate-rich hazelnuts, then tossed in lemon juice and zest for some added brightness. Recipe here.
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