Whether you want to start your day with a yogurt smoothie or an indulgent breakfast casserole, our breakfast recipes include something for everyone. Kid-friendly breakfast dishes and grab-and-go options help your whole family power up in the a.m.
This bowl is a creamy, deep purple blend that’s rich in minerals and beneficial probiotics. The toppings of pumpkin and sesame seeds provide antiaging zinc.
Chocolate-Covered Cherry Smoothie Bowl
A nutrient-dense treat, this bowl blends antioxidant-rich cherries and cocoa into delicious perfection.
Vanilla Pumpkin Cream Smoothie Bowl
A satisfying bowl with a synergistic combination of nutrients to protect the skin and reduce wrinkles, this blend has complex flavors and fragrance. Topped with fresh strawberries and pumpkin seeds to enhance the benefits.
Asparagus, Parmesan and Soft-Boiled Eggs
Crisp asparagus makes an elegant base for boiled eggs and shredded cheese.
Roasted Hazelnut-Almond Granola Clusters with Homemade Hazelnut Almond Butter
Homemade granola packed with fragrant toasted nuts, chocolate chips and dried cherries.
Mushroom Frittata with Quinoa and Fresh Herbs
Packed with protein, vegetables and hearty whole grains, this frittata is a meal unto itself.
Good-for-Your-Gut Green Juice
The healthy fats from coconut oil or chia seeds help your body to better absorb the variety of good-for-you nutrients in this fresh green juice.
Gut-Friendly Overnight Oats
This satisfying and portable breakfast is an easy answer to rushed mornings.
The possibilities are endless with this perfectly balanced combination of protein, starch, and other great nutrients.
Sweet Potato, Goat Cheese and Thyme Fritattas
Using a muffin tin gives you the luxury to portion and plan a few days worth of breakfast in advance. This is an especially good recipe for those who prefer to eat breakfast at the office a bit later in the morning.
Fried Eggs and Ratatouille
Ratatouille is a great dish to have for breakfast all week because it gets better as it sits. I’ve been known to just have a bowl of ratatouille for breakfast, but topping it with a runny egg is a breakfast that will bring a smile to your face. When preparing the vegetables make sure you cut them all into equally sized pieces. If you end up cutting the eggplant a little bigger that’s fine. The eggplant tends to break down during the cooking process and gives the ratatouille body and thickness.
Quinoa and Kale Porridge with Pesto and Roasted Tomatoes
This superfood-packed savory porridge will keep you full for hours and make you feel like you can handle anything that life throws your way. Simple oven roasted tomatoes give it some acidic sweetness, and pesto gives it a lovely richness. Feel free to play with this base by swapping our spinach for kale, and throwing in any leftover vegetables you’ve got lying in your fridge. This dish also makes a great light lunch or dinner.
Whole-Wheat Pesto Scones
Packed with whole wheat, these scones stay lovely and moist by using an egg yolk in the dough. If you’re looking for a more forward pesto flavor, add an additional tablespoon, and make sure to use a high quality pesto that gets it’s flavor from fresh herbs.
Spinach and Gruyère Strata
Strata is a great way to feed a crowd, but can be heavy and rich when it’s weighed down with tons of meat and cheese. This version uses whole wheat bread as a base, and adds a big portion of spinach cooked with garlic for a lighter but still hearty breakfast. While gruyere is a great cheese for this dish, you could substitute any hard cheese that has a lot of flavor – pecorino, or even swiss would work great in this recipe.