11. Savory Oatmeal With an Over-Medium Egg
The combination of a runny egg and oatmeal saved my life during my college days. Usually, the cafeteria’s morning meals would either make me gag or they were just filled with processed ingredients and sugar. To make my breakfasts healthy, I used to take their plain oatmeal and combine it with a runny egg. The combination is surprisingly delicious and satisfying. The scallions really take it to the next level, so I wouldn’t skip those. Get the recipe here.
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12. Cinnamon & Apple Pear Amaranth Porridge
Amaranth is a grain that can be used to bring some variety into your breakfast recipe collection. If you eat grains, it is always good to eat an assortment of grains. And this is a perfect way to do just that! Healthy amaranth porridge recipe.
13. Chai Overnight Oats
In case you haven’t been introduced yet, welcome to the world of overnight oats which make healthy and quick breakfasts possible for anyone. Once you get the basics down of overnight oats, you can essentially add anything your heart desires. You will see more ideas further down to get a better feel for the endless possibilities of overnight oats. They only take about 30 minutes to prep and you can make enough to last you the whole week. Get the recipe here.
14. Inner Goddess Raspberry Breakfast Bowl
A great energizing breakfast bowl. It’s also gluten and dairy free! Get the recipe here.
15. Gluten-Free Chocolate Hazelnut Waffles
Deceptively looks unhealthy but don’t let the appearance fool you! I would only suggest that you use honey or stevia for a sweetener rather than what you are told to use in the recipe. Get the recipe here.
16. Cauliflower Hash
There’s nothing better than a runny yolk that flows onto a delicious bed of hash browns. But potatoes contain tons of carbs. So here is a healthier substitute to make this staple cleaner. Get the recipe here.
17. Apricot & Cashew Breakfast Energy Bars
There are many people who are massive fans of these bars. The only changes you should make to this recipe is to add some almond milk to avoid a crumbly bar and use honey instead of agave. The latter, however, is your preference. Check out the recipe here.
18. Protein-Rich Strawberry Shortcake Overnight Oats
Another overnight oatmeal idea. It honestly doesn’t need the stevia due to the natural sweetness of the strawberries, but you can still add if you have a sweet tooth. To make this as healthy as possible make sure you get organic strawberries since they are often riddled with toxic pesticides. Get the recipe here.
19. Heavenly Coconut Oil Granola
This granola mix is great to eat by itself, put on yogurt, oatmeal, or anything else that you can think of! Best of all, it is free of any refined sugar. Check out the recipe here.
20. Flax Seed and Almond Milk Pancakes
Pancakes typically are not among the healthiest of breakfast choices you can make. But now it can be with this recipe. Do yourself a favor and use real maple syrup and not the fake corn syrup. Get the recipe here.
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