Eating the same thing for breakfast every morning can get old fast. It’s not always easy to come by healthy breakfast recipes that can be prepared quickly during a busy morning. That’s why we decided to take a look at some of the tried-and-true recipes developed by five of our favorite health bloggers. Whether you need to grab breakfast on-the-go, or you’re just looking to change up your routine, these recipes are worth a try.
1) Chia Seed Breakfast Bowl
It’s hard to pull together a healthy breakfast during hectic mornings, which is why we love Oh She Glow’s chia seed breakfast bowl, which can be prepared the night before. Angela’s chia pudding is loaded with Omega-3 fatty acids from chia seeds and protein from almond milk. She recommends topping the pudding with a mixture of raw almonds, raisins and hemp seeds, which will give you an additional boost of protein and antioxidants. What a delicious and nutritious way to start your day!
2) Gluten-Free Banana Bread Pancakes
This scrumptious recipe for gluten-free banana bread pancakes was created by Sarah of My New Roots, who aspires to create delicious dishes that anyone can enjoy, even on restrictive diets. Her healthy breakfast recipe combines ingredients like gluten-free rolled oats and walnuts, making it an excellent source of dietary fiber. The pancakes turn out moist and nutty, and are the perfect way to treat yourself to a nice homemade breakfast.
3) Grain-Free Coconut Muffins
It’s no wonder Katie from Kitchen Stewardship depends on healthy breakfast recipes like her grain-free coconut muffins as a go-to hunger fix when she’s in a rush. Katie uses coconut flour and coconut oil to whip up muffins that are high in both fiber and protein, and low in carbohydrates. In fact, coconut flour contains more fiber than any other flour, making it especially filling and a great option for those trying to lose weight.
4) Breakfast Cookie
Gina from The Fitnessista developed this creative recipe for making a breakfast cookie, and we agree that it makes waking up totally worth it. The fun and healthy recipe incorporates oats, raw almond butter, and protein powder to start your day off right with a combination of essential nutrients. To make things even more yummy, Gina recommends adding your own mix-ins, such as raisins or chocolate chips. Mmm, who knew eating cookies for breakfast could be so good for you?
Looking for a healthy breakfast recipe to welcome autumn? Julie from Peanut Butter Fingers refers to her pumpkin almond flour pancakes as an “oh-so-autumn breakfast.” In this recipe, she combines protein-rich almond flour and almond butter with the fall flavor of pumpkin to create a very satisfying morning meal. A seasonal take on an ordinary pancake breakfast, Julie’s recipe is sure to delight your appetite!
What are your favorite healthy breakfast recipes? Let us know by leaving a comment.