The Breakfast Recipes To Help You Get Over Oatmeal Fatigue
You are most-likely aware how important it is to eat a nourishing breakfast. To refresh your memory; starting your day the right way kick-starts your metabolism, energizes your morning and fuels your body to function at its best for you!
Skipping breakfast can send the cravings crazy, have you dealing with the stomach grumbles, crashing energy levels and even mood swings. Have you found yourself skipping breakfast because you are tired of always eating the same thing? We’ve gathered some of our favorite healthy breakfast recipes to help keep you inspired and to get over your breakfast fatigue.
Looks like pizza. Smells like pizza. Did Food Matters really just suggest pizza for breakfast? Yes, we did! That quinoa base is like healthy toast, plus this is a great way to use up any leftover veggies from the night before. Get the full recipe here .
A delicious gluten-free and dairy-free take on green eggs and ham inspired by Dr. Seuss, including all of the right ingredients to keep you fuller for longer! Get the full recipe here and explore McKel’s recipes on Nutrition Stripped for more breakfast inspiration.
Don’t have time to make a hearty breakfast before work? We aren’t one to condone rushing and eating (bad for the digestive system) but if you do need to grab something and go then try creating these the night before so you have something nutritious to grab as you head out the door. Get the full recipe here.
Shakshuka is believed to have originated from Tunisia. This dish of poached eggs in rich, spiced sauce makes the ultimate center-of-the-table breakfast! Get the full recipe here .
Another one that can easily be created the night before. Turn on your hipster switch and make it in a jar to take with you in the morning. Make sure you take a spoon so you can enjoy it on the train, bus or in the office and be envied by those around you who skipped breakfast. Get the full recipe here.
Andrea from "Dishing Up The Dirt" is always inspiring us with her recipes creations, usually straight from the farm to the plate. Farm or no farm, breakfast frittata options are never ending and so EASY to create. Head here to see how she creates hers .
Are you one of those people who religiously goes for the bread and spread breakfast combo? Ditch the bread and make a loaf of this on your Sunday to enjoy with your favorite spread and toppings for the week! You won’t be disappointed and you won’t miss the bread. Get the full recipe here .
Starting the day the right way is important when balancing out those hormones; and smoothies are perfect for a gentle way to ease into the day. This combo from Kimberly Snyder will help balance the hormones from the get-go. Get her recipe here.
Pancakes are always a favorite breakfast option. Mix it up, ditch the gluten and whip up these simple, sweet potato pancakes. They can be enjoyed sweet or savory! Get the full recipe here.
Bake the night before and store in the fridge for the week! These babies feel like you’re enjoying a baked cake… for breakfast! Packed with fiber, enjoy with a dollop of coconut yogurt. The kids will love them too! Get the full recipe here .
Dan Churchill knows how to do breakfast the right way! If you follow him on Instagram you will see his daily creations full of the ingredients your body will love you for! His Corn Fritters with Avocado Salsa are no exception. A definite must-have for breakfast when you are bored with oatmeal. Get the full recipe here .
OK, we know you might be tired of oatmeal for breakfast. So why not jazz it up with blueberries and chia seeds! 15 minutes is all you need to create this delicious take on oatmeal. Get the recipe here .
Make the most of your mornings and follow these healthy breakfast tips from James.
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