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The chia seed, milk, and maple syrup combination is healthy and delicious on its own, but the real moneymakers are the three suggested variations. (Honey, orange, and pistachio FTW.) Recipe here.
Just yogurt and fruit and a stick to hold onto. Recipe here.
Spend 30 minutes to make these on Sunday, stick them in the freezer, and eat well all week. Recipe here.
Go ahead and have pizza for dinner. Just have this for breakfast the next morning. Recipe here.
Slap another slice on the top to lower the mess-while-walking factor. Recipe here.
You don't even have to pre-cook the quinoa, so, like, why wouldn't you make them? Recipe here.
A whole wheat tortilla and natural peanut butter leave plenty of room for improvisation. Recipe here.
KIMCHI FOR BREAKFAST.
With or without the sugar in this recipe, the oats, carrots, skim milk, and banana up the healthy morning-muffin game. Recipe here.
The beans, eggs, and cheese give these quesadillas a ton of protein. Making them in advance, sticking them in the freezer, and then popping one in the microwave gives you a ton of time to enjoy every bite. Recipe here.
Satisfy your breakfast sandwich craving with egg whites, goat cheese, Canadian bacon, and whole wheat bread. Recipe here.
No carbs, no gluten, no animal products. Just fruit and nuts in the perfect package for eating on the run. Recipe here.
Lusciously creamy, without a single guilt-inducing ingredient. Recipe here.
If you forget to make them the night before, mix up the ingredients and stick the pan in the oven before you get in the shower. They'll be ready before your hair is. Recipe here.
Mix up last night's quinoa with whatever leftover vegetables you have on hand, kale or otherwise. Recipe here.
Chia seeds may just be the best-kept secret of healthy breakfasts. Recipe here.
AKA how to turn your dinner leftovers into breakfast for the week. Recipe here.
Make this 22g/protein-per-serving breakfast even healthier by using natural peanut butter and a jam made with three ingredients or less. Recipe here.
Make this delicious, easy toast in less than three minutes. Recipe here.
Coffee addicts lovers can add espresso to their bananas-and-oats smoothie and skip their second cup. Recipe here.
These are made with only A+ ingredients — mostly oats, bananas, cranberries, and almonds — so you can finally eat cookies for breakfast like you always wanted. Recipe here.
Sub in goat cheese for the cream cheese to go the highbrow route. Recipe here.
Make the granola in advance or use your favorite store-bought brand. The rest takes less than five minutes to throw together but the yogurt + berries + nuts combination will energize you 'til lunchtime. Recipe here.
Tons of protein and perfect for storing in the freezer. Win. Recipe here.
No bacon, eggs, or cheese necessary. Just 15 minutes and an empty belly. Recipe here.
Seven minutes the night before will make all the difference the next morning. Recipe here.
A Paleo breakfast that tastes like apple pie and can be prepped in two minutes. Yeah. Recipe here.
TBH, you really don't even need the ham. Recipe here.
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