Weekdays come with enough stress, and preparing an easy, healthy breakfast to start your day shouldn’t be part of that. Try these healthy breakfast recipes to kickstart your mornings any day of the week!
Basil, Feta, And Egg Sandwich
Breakfast sandwiches don’t have to be complicated. They can be as easy as this one, which uses fresh ripe tomatoes, feta cheese, fresh basil, and scrambled eggs to give your morning a dose of veggies and protein.
Turn your childhood favorite into your new favorite breakfast with this recipe. Instead of using jelly, fresh berries and honey sweeten up this open-faced breakfast toast. The recipe is more of a suggestion, you can use any nut butter + fruit combination that strikes your fancy.
Ripe cherries are one of summer’s sweetest treats, and this easy breakfast recipe takes full advantage of them. This smoothie is bolstered by yogurt and walnuts for a protein-packed breakfast that’s sure to keep you full all morning.
This breakfast sandwich uses bagels, eggs, avocado, and pesto to start your morning off right. Add in a little havarti (or whatever kind of cheese you like) and you’ve got yourself a winning sandwich combo!
Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie
Chocolate for breakfast? Yes, please! This smoothie is Reese’s Cup-inspired and makes a deliciously sweet yet protein-packed breakfast thanks to the Greek yogurt and peanut butter.
Savory-Sweet Pumpkin Goat Cheese Toast
Who knew that microwaving pumpkin puree and goat cheese for 20 seconds would yield such a delicious toast topping? Try adding walnuts and fresh herbs to make this breakfast even better.
Scrambled Eggs With Kidney Beans And Cheddar
This easy breakfast is comprised of three ingredients that combine to equal far more than the sum of their parts. Plus, it’s totally customizable – you can add herbs, greens, onions, garlic, spices, different cheeses, or alternative beans as your heart (or should we say stomach?) desire!
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Though it may be cliche, it’s a cliche for a reason – avocado toast is absolutely delicious. This recipe tops it with a fried egg, but you can top it with nearly anything you have in your fridge. Other tasty combos include adding mayonnaise and tomatoes, lime juice and beans, or ricotta and capers.
Which of these easy, healthy breakfasts will you make first?
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