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Healthy Breakfast Ideas

Hello there! Thank you for taking the time to visit. Are you a breakfast person? Are you looking for some new recipes to try out? I am always looking for new breakfast ideas, and these days, I have plenty of time to experiment in the kitchen. These breakfast recipes are easy to make and only require a few ingredients. You can also take them with you on the go.


Check out these breakfast options: 

1. Blueberries, vanilla yogurt, granola, and an English muffin.

2. Oatmeal topped with a sprinkle of cinnamon, mixed berries, and honey drizzle.

3. Sliced banana, waffle, almond butter spread, and a drizzle of maple syrup.

4. Granola bar, sliced oranges, strawberries, and a bagel with apricot jam.

5. Sausage scrambled eggs with peppers, onions, black pepper, and diced ham.

6. Pancake wrapped around a banana with peanut butter spread. Add fresh fruit on the side.

7. Oatmeal, pumpkin puree, honey, and cinnamon. **A Fall favorite**

8. Sliced apples, almond butter, toast, and a side of sausage.

9. Diced apples, cinnamon, honey, and oats. Mix all ingredients together for a simple apple oatmeal recipe. Add some apple butter, and toast on the side.

10. Toast with avocado spread, diced tomatoes, diced ham, and peppers mixed together, and enjoy!

Do you have any healthy breakfast ideas you would like to share? Leave a comment below! I would love to hear your ideas.

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  1. Having oatmeal topped with fruit is so yummy! Can't wait to try all your other suggestions.

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    1. Paola, I agree! I love it. Thanks so much for stopping by. :)

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  2. When I ate breakfast I'd either have oatmeal or a smoothie. Now I'm often too nauseous for food in the morning.

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    1. Di, I should have mentioned smoothies too! Sometimes I skip breakfast, but I honestly try not to.

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  3. These are great breakfast ideas! I will bookmark this and try all of these starting tomorrow. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Man I am the worse when it comes to breakfast. I literally have a cup of black coffee and I don’t eat until 1pm. Yikes! But thanks for inspiring me to eat healthier.

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    1. Cheeia, I love my black coffee in the morning. :) (Not everyone is a breakfast person, and that is totally okay).

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  5. These are great ideas I normally never have breakfast but my boys would love some of these.

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    1. My girls love some of these as well. :) Thanks for stopping by.

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  6. I'll definitely need to give breakfast 9 a try. Thanks for the ideas.

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  7. These ideas are amazing. I love having breakfast and this post is totally worth for me.

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    1. Namrata, thank you so much! Glad you enjoyed these breakfast ideas.

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  8. These are great healthy breakfast ideas that you could have any time of the day. I love the sausage, egg, and ham cause protein is king for me!

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  9. I love including oatmeal in my breakfast. Thank you for more ideas.

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  10. I love these ideas, esp all the ones that include toast (I am more for savory than sweet!) I only eat breakfast when I am in hotels and I can go crazy on buffets... in real life I usually intermittent fast until as late as possible, mostly 1pm or so. And that is when this would come in handy, as I like to break my fast with breakfast type foods! Thank you for putting it together in a list!

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  11. There are some fab breakfast ideas here for sure, for me I love avo on toast and some fruit x

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  12. Great ideas! I'm currently addicted to overnight oats. Make my own blend with oats, coconut flakes, raisins and seeds, ad some to a mason jar and cover with milk and leave in the fridge overnight. In the morning, I warm it up and add berries. Lovely start to the day.

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  13. Fabulous ideas! My hubby and I are such breakfast people and I'm honestly running out of ideas.

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  14. Avocado Toast is by far my favorite breakfast/ snack/ any meal really! Love the other ideas too - especially those with berries.

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  15. I absolutely LOVE oatmeal. I enjoy the fact that you can change up the taste so easily by adding different ingredients. My favourites are maple and brown sugar (with real Canadian maple syrup) and berry!

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  16. Like any good millennial, I choose Breakfast Nr 10 (minus the ham)! In fact, I even dreamed about avocados last night. Guess it's been too long since I've had any! Thanks for these great ideas, they will definitely make breakfast super varied.

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  17. I've never been a big breakfast fan in general. Every once in a while my husband will take me out to breakfast If we're going out in the morning for some reason, and I generally go for some diced ham and scrambled eggs. If I'm at home and wanting breakfast, I'll grab yogurt. The big thing for me is breakfast always seems heavy, and I just want to take a nap instead of having energy to get through the day. Your suggestions seem like they would be much better in that regard, nothing weighing me down. I'll have to give some of these a try!

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  18. Great ideas! I am never enough of breakfast options because for me breakfast is the main meal of the day. Thank you so much making it as a list

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  19. If you ask me I love almost all the options. I would only add some variety of eggs to them everyday. The pick of the lot for me would be Sausage, scrambled eggs with peppers, onions, black pepper and diced ham followed by Blueberries, vanilla yogurt, granola and an English muffin. Would add an omelette.

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  20. Yup, these breakfasts sound healthy, yummy, and filling. They also can probably be swapped according to people's particular diets.

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  21. These are great ideas! I love Greek yogurt with fruit. Since visiting Europe a year ago, I have started making my own muesli for yogurt, too. It's similar to granola, only without the sugar/honey and oil. I do like oatmeal and smoothies, too. Thank you for sharing this post at the Will Blog for Comments #22 linkup. Hope to see you there next week, too. Have a great week!

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    1. Jennifer, that sounds so good. I tried muesli before, but I haven't made my own. That sounds great to try.Thank you so much for visiting.

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  22. These sound delicious! Most mornings I eat either some eggs with vegetables mixed in or some Greek yogurt with fresh fruit.

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