Healthy Breakfast Recipes

With recipes incorporating whole-grains, oats, vegetables, eggs, and granola you'll stay full with plenty of energy. Plus, try our gluten free and low-fat recipes that incorporate healthy ad-ins and our breakfast smoothies, healthy muffins, and make-ahead casseroles.

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How to Make Perfect Hard-Boiled Eggs

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Get a perfect hard-boiled egg every time with these simple tips. With hard-boiled eggs in the refrigerator, you always have the components of a satisfying meal.

Banana-Blueberry Smoothie

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Whip up this three-ingredient healthy smoothie recipe with just three ingredients—nonfat plain yogurt, banana, and frozen blueberries. Feel free to substitute the blueberries with any other frozen fruit you like.

Soaked Chia Seeds

This make-ahead mix lets you power up with omega-3s, fiber, and protein. You've no doubt heard all the buzz about nutrient-packed chia seeds. Well, here's a super-easy way to include them in your daily routine.

Savory Oatmeal and Soft-Cooked Egg

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Try a savory approach to your morning oatmeal with the addition of a soft-cooked egg and shredded cheddar cheese.

Homemade Yogurt

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Making your own yogurt may sound ambitious, but it's really not. All it takes is two ingredients and 20 minutes of hands-on time.

Avocado-Banana Smoothie

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Try sipping your avocado -- this tropical-tasting avocado smoothie makes a satisfying breakfast or snack.

Breakfast Quinoa

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Usually served in savory side dishes, quinoa -- a high-protein seed -- also makes a wonderful hot cereal.

Morning Glory Muffins with Banana

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These healthy morning glory muffins are surprisingly moist, even though they're low in fat, thanks to nutritious, flavorful add-ins like banana, carrots, oats, and raisins.

Baked Eggs in Whole Roasted Tomatoes

These rustic tomatoes deliver a similar sweet-savory fix. We particularly love the way the eggs soak up the juices.

Martha's Favorite Green Juice

Every morning Martha drinks this immune-boosting cocktail of nutritious fruits and vegetables. Her refreshing green juice recipe allows for plenty of substitutions. Don’t have pears on hand? Add an apple instead! Have some fresh spinach or kale that needs to get used? Either works great. With this vibrant and versatile formula on hand, it’s easy to drink green.

Strawberry, Mango, and Yogurt Smoothie

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This healthy and refreshing smoothie is made with only four ingredients—apple juice, low-fat yogurt, strawberries, and mango chunks. You can use fresh or frozen fruit in this smoothie and substitute orange juice for the apple.

Customizable Granola

For the best granola you've ever tasted, think outside the box. This do-it-yourself mix can be tailored with whatever nuts, seeds, and dried fruit sound good to you. Start with our three delicious blends, each with its own winning texture and taste.
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Inspiration and Ideas

15 Healthy Back-to-School Breakfasts for Kids

These tasty breakfast ideas for kids are brain food that will help start your kids' days off right. They're packed with good-for-you ingredients including eggs, berries, nuts, and honey.

Healthy Breakfast Smoothies in a Rainbow of Colors

For a refreshing, nutritious, and fast start to the day, make a good-for-you smoothie part of your breakfast routine.

Maple Bran Muffins

They're better tasting and better for you. We've made over the bran muffin using maple syrup for delicate sweetness, plain yogurt for moisture, and two forms of bran (cereal and wheat) for structure and fluffiness. At long last, this wholesome hero is stepping into the spotlight.