9 Breakfast Recipes That Will Have You Sprinting To The Kitchen

Truth: The morning routine rut is real. Myth: There’s nothing you can do about it. Especially when mornings get rushed, we tend to reproduce the same not-so-exciting meals: instant oatmeal or a yogurt in one hand with a blow-dryer in the other. Food and travel blogger Kate Kordsmeier of Root & Revel shows us that healthy doesn't have to mean boring, predictable, and microwave-ready. Rather, with the right ingredients, healthy eating can be, like her motto says, “good, and good for you.” With nine of Kate’s innovative breakfast recipes, you’ll be jumping out of bed and racing to the kitchen.

1. Turkish Breakfast Bowls With Herbed Yogurt

turkish breakfast bowl The best thing about mixed veggie bowls is that they’re good for your body and your wallet. You can buy a carton of eggs to last you all week and you can go to sleep happy, knowing the veggies will save well in Tupperware or airtight freezer bags. That means you can enjoy these Middle Eastern flavors all week for any meal (did someone say breakfast for dinner?). If you like it then you should’ve put an egg on it… we did!

2. Shakshuka With Swiss Chard Pesto

Shakshuka recipe Say it with me now: "shack - shoe - ka.” This stove-top egg recipe tastes as good as it sounds, with tomatoes, peppers, onions, and a pass-me-the-water-ASAP blend of spices. With a garnish of homemade Swiss chard pesto, which can be saved and thrown into tomorrow’s omelet, get ready to seriously impress your Sunday brunch guests.

3. Overnight Oatmeal Chia Pudding With Vanilla, Honey, and Berries

overnight chia pudding Having one less thing to do in the morning sounds pretty sweet, and tastes pretty sweet too, with this overnight chia pudding recipe. With a drizzle of honey, this breakfast keeps the sugar low and the protein and fiber high using oats, chia seeds, and almond milk. Meal-prep this recipe in individual containers to guarantee a week of stress-free mornings.

4. Savory Oatmeal Breakfast Bowls

savory oatmeal bowl If you’re someone who can easily control your sweet cravings, first, please share your secrets to success. Second, say hello to this oatmeal recipe that is made for those on team savory. Whether you like your eggs poached, fried, or hard-boiled, fiber-rich oatmeal and veggies are a foolproof partner.

5. Pumpkin Pie Keto Fat Bombs

pumpkin pie bombs If you are new to the keto or Paleo lifestyle but live for the pumpkin-flavored time of year, try these pumpkin pie fat bombs for your next snack or dessert. Don’t be scared off by their name; these bars are filled with the healthy fats using coconut-based ingredients. Did we mention there’s no baking required? Just blend, freeze, and eat: It's as easy as pie.

6. Peppermint Mocha Green Smoothie

peppermint mocha smoothie When you finally read the nutrition facts on your favorite Starbucks drink and realize you’re essentially drinking a candy bar, you know it's time to take matters into your own hands. Create this crowd-favorite minty mocha at home using all natural ingredients such as spinach, unsweetened coconut milk, and raw cacao powder.

7. Blueberry and Bacon Zucchini Muffins

blueberry zucchini muffins

Whoever said bacon couldn’t be part of a healthy recipe clearly has never tried this gluten-free blueberry muffin. Made with coconut flour, flaxseeds, peanut butter, zucchini, and bananas, you’re guaranteed to hit the nutritional jackpot with every bite. Did we mention they’re gluten-free? It's so good that we have to remind you twice.

Source : https://greatist.com/eat/breakfast-recipes-that-are-way-above-average

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