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Raise your hand if you’ve ever been told that “breakfast is the most important meal of the day”. While it is incredibly irritating to be reminded of such a basic principle, it is the truth. However, in the interest of saving time and space I will just leave you with a link to another post that I wrote with the Top 10 Reasons To Eat Breakfast. ┬áHere are 20 breakfast combos.

20 Healthy Breakfasts

  1. Raspberry orange pomegranate smoothie
  2. Poppy seed bagel with lox and low-fat cream cheese, red onion, capers and fresh dill
  3. Kashi Heart to Heart cereal with fresh raspberries and 1% milk
  4. Whole wheat banana chocolate chip muffin
  5. Peanut butter yogurt dip – Mix Greek yogurt, peanut butter and honey. Serve with fruit.
  6. Quinoa porridge
  7. The Green Monsta – spinach, apple, silken tofu and avocado smoothie
  8. Egg sandwich with baby spinach on whole wheat bread
  9. Whole wheat waffles with peanut butter and sliced bananas
  10. Whole wheat French toast kabobs with fresh fruit
  11. Peanut butter and low-sugar jam on an English muffin
  12. Old fashioned oats with kiwi, banana, mango, and grapes
  13. Multigrain Cheerios with low-fat milk and a banana
  14. Greek yogurt with fresh berries and a sprinkle of Grape Nuts
  15. 1/2 bagel with reduced fat cream cheese, 1 fried egg, sauteed red and green peppers
  16. Breakfast Bruschetta – French baguette topped with scrambled eggs, sliced tomatoes and fresh parsley
  17. Pomegranate Parfait with Greek yogurt, Kashi Go Lean, pomegranate seeds
  18. Trail mix with pecans, dried cherries, dried golden raisins, almonds, cashews, dark chocolate chips, Puffins cereal
  19. Ezekiel bread toasted with cashew nut butter and sliced persimmon
  20. 1/2 red grapefruit, 1 slice of Ezekiel bread toasted and 2 hard boiled eggs

This post can also be found here.

What do you eat for breakfast?


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  1. What delightful ideas! I usually eat some variation of oatmeal for breakfast (lately I’ve been making “overnight oatmeal” and eating it cold) and rarely get bored with it, but these great ideas have me itching to try something new! Thanks for sharing. :)

  2. Hi Amanda, thank you so much! I love oatmeal too but I have a hard time eating it in the spring and summer…..strange….try the quinoa porridge…a good substitute.

  3. Littles

    i like to have ham pizza for breakfast, it is good for you.

  4. Joy

    When wil you be updating your blog? I love your posts!

  5. You make breakfast BEAUTIFUL! I had the Multigrain Cheerios with the banana this morning! Breakfast and polka dots….two of my favorite things!

  6. @ j jump jennifer….thanks so much!

  7. Betty

    wow… awesome ideas i’m gonna try ALL of them :D

    I usually eat 2 weetabix with soy milk with 1 sliced banana and some strawberries/grapes in it. It’s sooo delicious

  8. Cara

    Thanks so much for the ideas and recipes! I usually eat 1 whole grain british muffin toasted with 1/2 oz. of cheese and a veggie sausage (Morning Star Farms). About 300 calories, good protien and carbs.

  9. Caitlin

    Ezekiel bread is my favorite. Whole grain and I also love the Cinnamon Raisin!

  10. Emily Cooke

    typically either an egg and cheese sandwich with a Matthew’s multigrain english muffin or most recently on ezekiel bread. I have some farm fresh butter that I grill the bread with and it is delicious! My other two fall backs are a waffle with peanut butter and sliced banana or steel cut oats with berries and walnuts; all good!

  11. I love these lists! I have a collection going. I have 25 healthy snacks and I am glad to now have these as well. Thanks for sharing! They are definitely going to be used! :)

  12. Corey

    Great Ideas! It depends what I’m in the mood for. If I want something sweet I usually have instant oatmeal with fresh strawberries and a Tbp of almond butter (300 calories) or if I want something salty I usually have a boca burger with spinach and 2% pepperjack cheese on a lavish wrap (255 calories).

  13. Breakfast Bruschetta is juz nice for me… Thanks.. Cheers :-)

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