Spotlight Recipes: 25 Healthy Breakfasts

by in Healthy Recipes, January 6, 2010

Whether a grab-and-go option or a hearty weekend brunch, breakfast is a must-have meal. It jump-starts your metabolism and revs up your energy for the day ahead. Studies have shown kids who eat good breakfasts perform better in school; no doubt the same is true for us hard-at-work adults.

Our top 25 healthy breakfast choices runs the range of decadent pancakes to quick-and-easy picks. If you’re one of those people who is never hungry in the morning, we have small bites for you, too. Every little healthy bit counts.

Egg Sandwich1. Blueberry Buckwheat Pancakes
2. Broccoli, Mushroom & Cheese Breakfast Strata
3. Chunky Banana-Bran Muffins
4. Healthy Breakfast Sandwich
5. New York Breakfast

Lemon-Poppy Seed Yogurt Parfait6. Peach French Toast Bake
7. Apple Harvest Oatmeal
8. English Muffin Breakfast Pizza
9. Sunrise Smoothie
10. Fresh Fruit Parfait with Lemon-Poppy Seed Yogurt

Cherry Vanilla Oatmeal11. Cherry Vanilla Oatmeal
12. Steel Cut Oatmeal
13. Italian Egg Sandwich
14. Poached Eggs with Canadian Bacon & Spinach
15. Healthy Carrot Muffins

Potato & Zucchini Frittata16. Potato & Zucchini Frittata
17. Egg White Omelet with Blueberries & Crème Fraiche
18. Mixed Berries & Banana Smoothie
19. Asparagus & Pea Frittata with Tomato Basil Concasse
20. Walnut & Dry Cherry Bars

Orange Banana Smoothie21. Hash Browns Makeover
22. Whole Grain Breakfast Porridge
23. Apple Pancakes
24. Orange Banana Smoothie
25. Flapjacks

Nutrition Note: All of these recipes are less than 400 calories, 15 grams of total fat and 5 grams of saturated fat (with 10% wiggleroom) per serving.

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Comments (11)

  1. This stuff looks like an important change is coming to my fridge!!

  2. hanna says:

    this isn'tlinked in the email correctly. took me forever to find it. :(

  3. Dianne Hoyt says:

    Why don't you post the nutritional information with healthy recipes.? Calorie, fat, sodium, etc. some of us would like to use this information for balancing our daily nutritional intake.

    • danawhite says:

      Hi Dianne –
      All of our recipes are hand-picked by registered dietitians. Even though we don't post the nutrition info for every recipe, we have analyzed them to make sure they meet our healthy guidelines

      • fiacs says:

        It´s fine that the recipes meet guidelines, but please keep in mind that every person has unique dietary needs, and what is good for one person may not be ideal for another. Nutrition info would still be very helpful to many of us.

      • Pilar says:

        It agree. My son has just been diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. It would be really useful to have the carb counts for the recipes.

  4. Mark Cooper says:

    I'm very happy to see more healthy food suggestions. The one thing that has baffled me for a long time is the shocking amount of salt that the celeb chefs add to their recipes, even when the ingredients are high in sodium. Salt is one of the leading known causes of high blood pressure and coronary illness and even though doctors regularly suggest a drastic reduction of the amount of salt added to food, the celeb chefs continue to put handfulls in everything. It's time for these habits to change.
    British Bulldog xox

  5. Yeah, I do agree with you, I really did now these thing information existed until I visited this website. Great healthy food suggestion. I will be following this website.

  6. xamthone says:

    Spotlight Recipes: 25 Healthy Breakfasts, Thank you….

  7. Very neat article post.Much thanks again. Really Cool.

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