Top Ten Healthy And Yummy Breakfast Ideas

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Top Ten Breakfast Snacks

Snack Girl has a confession to make. She has snuck in lots of breakfast ideas on her "snack" website.

Why? I think that breakfast is one of those opportunities that we miss, especially as Americans (sugary cereal, bacon, deep fried hash browns, etc.) to eat healthy. And, it is considered THE most important meal of the day.

On the contrary, an Italian friend of mine has a shot of espresso and a cigarette for breakfast. hmmm.

Last week, Kelly sent me this request:

I am not really into the normal breakfast foods, and have a really hard time eating well at breakfast. Do you have any suggestions of quick and easy, yet not to bad for me?

First off, stay away from anyone suggesting coffee and a cigarette.

YES, I do have many ideas that I have compiled over the last 2.5 years of writing for this website. They range from INSTANT (greek yogurt and nuts) to more complicated (baked oatmeal).

Hopefully, you will find some ideas here that will help you get a good breakfast habit going.

1. Faster and Healthier than Cereal for Breakfast Try This Breakfast Solution: Faster and Healthier Than Cereal

2. Turkish Breakfast Rethink Your Breakfast: Turkish Style

3. Breakfast Sandwich Recipe The Egg McMuffin Makeover

4. Cereal Bar Recipe A Grab 'N Go Breakfast With ZERO Added Sugar (and you will love it)

5. Healthy Baked Oatmeal A Hot Breakfast That Has It All

6. Green Smoothie Recipe This Green Smoothie Does NOT Taste Like Grass

7. Breakfast Cookie Recipe What TO Have for Breakfast

8. Natural Fat-Free Muffin Recipe This Muffin Can Save Your Life

9. Soft Boiled Eggs  Why Don't Americans Serve Eggs Like This?

10. Low Calorie Cereal Recipe Avoid The Cereal Aisle Forever Using This Simple Recipe

Please share your favorite breakfast ideas for Kelly (and the rest of us).


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8 Comments:

Healthy breakfasts Are the best! So tasty... and they start your whole day off right:)

on October 20, 2011

My go to breakfast:
2 almond milk lattes:
Each- 1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk (40 cal/cup) heated
mix in 1/4 oz vanilla Terras whey powder, cinnamon, 2 tsp Sharffen Berger unsweetened cocoa powder,NuNaturals nocarb stevia to taste and add strong hot coffee to taste.
It's delicious, filled with antioxidents, has cinnamon to help level blood sugar levels, protein from whey powder, and you can mix all the dry ingerdients the night before.

on October 20, 2011

Great suggestions Lisa. My friend Mika in Germany tweeted a picture of his breakfast and it wasn't much different, but I think he had eggs on his plate. If anything I wish I could at least get my five year to eat breakfast more often. he will eat cereal if I sit and watch him like a hawk, he might bite a waffle once or twice and even drink a cup of chocolate or white milk but new foods to him are like persona non grata to his kid food pyramid. scary, unacceptable and un-eatable.

on October 20, 2011

I'm not a breakfast person either and want something with a lot of bang since it has to get me to the later afteroon. I usually have a grilled chicken breast (I cook a bunch up on the weekend) and a box of Green Giant Teriyaki Veggies. All of this is only 7 pointsplus for Weight Watchers and lasts me many hours. If I find I'm still hungry I will add a banana.

on October 20, 2011

I love those ideas! One of my favorite breakfast ideas is multi gain pancakes (mad with Bobs Red Mill ppancake mix with flaxseed)madeop t with almond breeze an eggwhites instead of milk and whole eggs. I top it with half of a container of Fage nonfat yogurt with honey and frozen strawberries that have been thowe in the microwave with the juice. It's pretty much a healthier strawberry shortcake

on October 20, 2011

I love your blog---so many good ideas. When you put your nutritional calculations, is there a reason that the grams of sugar are not noted? I am hypoglycemic so that is what I watch all the time. Lots of your recipes are good for me.

on October 20, 2011

Miso soup is great for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Japanese style...

on October 23, 2011

The muffins look wonderful but I am allergic to bananas,any substitutions.

on February 26, 2014


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