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7 Easy And Healthy Breakfasts To Try This Week

The most important meal of the day just got a healthy summer makeover.

1. Cool off in the morning with a breakfast ~popsicle~ that's actually super healthy.

These fun, easy breakfast treats are made with Greek yogurt, which has protein to keep you satisfied. Plus, they're a great way to brace yourself against a blazing-hot morning.

Recipe: Breakfast Popsicles

2. Make a big batch of better-for-you blueberry muffins that'll make you excited to get out of bed.

Blueberry season is upon us, and you should definitely celebrate that. These muffins are made with oats and Greek yogurt, so they're delicious but also pretty healthy.

Recipe: Blueberry-Oat Greek Yogurt Muffins

3. Make a big, veggie-packed frittata, then reheat leftovers all week long.

A frittata takes a little time to cook, but throwing one together is easy enough for anybody who knows how to beat a few eggs together.

Recipe: Corn and Zucchini Summer Frittata

4. Give oatmeal a summer twist by adding cherries.

Sure, it's hot out, but sometimes oatmeal still really hits the spot. Give yours a makeover with in-season cherries, then throw some nuts on for good measure. Top with peanut butter, obviously.

Recipe: Easy Cherry Oatmeal

5. Throw together a chia pudding in the evening, then take it to-go in the a.m.

This simple chia pudding is a great alternative to overnight oats. If you haven't tried chia seeds, now is the time.

Recipe: Chia Pudding With Strawberries, Figs, and Almonds

6. Hide vegetables in whole grain muffins.

Whole wheat flour, oats, and a generous amount of grated zucchini means these muffins are packed with fiber. Plus, a muffin filled with almost-indetectable vegetables is definitely having your cake and eating it, too.

Recipe: Healthy Zucchini Muffins

7. Bake eggs right into your tomatoes.

These egg-filled tomato cups are beyond adorable, but they're also healthy and convenient. You can make them ahead of time and reheat them, but they only take 12 minutes to make if you'd rather eat 'em fresh from the oven.

Recipe: Baked Tomato and Egg Cups