Top Rated Breakfast Recipes

Buckwheat
I was introduced to kasha by the most authentic source imaginable: A friend's Russian grandmother who would not let me leave the house without eating some (at least that's what I think she was saying). My own Russian grandmother, born in America, would sooner serve up bacon and eggs than dig up this ancient Slavic staple, but after my first bite of steaming buckwheat I realized I'd found something I could eat every morning. Gluten-free and high in fiber with a nutty savoriness and protein boost from the egg, kasha is my favorite healthy breakfast. Click here to see 8 Healthy Breakfast Options. 
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apricot Jam
This is a runny jam, with chunky bits of fruit and sweet honey-like aromas. A sort of cross between a jam and a compote, it reminds me of breakfasts in the garden on vacation in France.
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You can either buy sliced bread and store it in your freezer for a quick heat-and-go breakfast, or buy a fresh loaf the night before and store it in you refrigerator.
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Berry and Apple Compote
We've all heard it enough times to know that breakfast is an extremely important meal. However, kickstarting the day with something nutritious doesn't have to be bland or boring. This fruit compote is deceptively simple and equally delicious.  Try topping your oatmeal or cream of wheat with a spoonful or spreading some on a low-fat muffin. Brighten up your favorite yogurt by swirling in a scoop of compote — think of it as homemade "fruit on the bottom."  Make this recipe your own by switching up the fruit combinations and adding in dried fruits, nuts, and spices.  Click here to see 8 Healthy Breakfast Options.
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Yogurt parfait's are simple and delicious - it is the perfect simple dish to have for breakfast. Whip one up that is inspired by the McDonald's. 
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Try something new for breakfast or a snack. The chia provides protein and the kale will give you the fiber you need to stay full. 
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Breakfast parfaits are an easy way to have a healthy and light breakfast or a mid-morning snack. Now you can enjoy them on a gluten-free diet with chef Cat Cora's cookie addition to this breakfast favorite. 
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Cool tomatoes balance the warm omelet made with veggie breakfast links and spinach in this wake-up breakfast dish. A sprinkle of feta cheese tops it off.
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Rosemary Tea
Spruce up your regular breakfast tea by brewing it with aromatic rosemary.
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Blueberry Polenta Pancakes  Recipe
A step-by-step tutorial on how to make Blueberry Polenta Pancakes from Parigi in Dallas Texas.  A great breakfast recipe from Chef Rolando Garcia.
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Baked Eggs with Spinach and Tomato
This dish works as either a healthy breakfast/brunch option or an easy weeknight dinner. Feel free to play with variations on this one like adding crumbled feta to the mixture before it goes in the oven or substituting other greens like kale or Swiss chard for the spinach. My one piece of advice, well, maybe my two biggest pieces of advice are 1) make sure to serve this with a hearty piece of bread to soak up all the juices and 2) take the eggs out a minute earlier than you would think because they will continue to cook even after you take them out of the oven. Of course, if you'd rather not have your egg yolks runny, then you can leave them in a little longer.  Click here to see 8 Healthy Breakfast Options.
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Apple Pinwheels
Serve these apple pinwheels for breakfast, or serve them à la mode and turn them into a quick dessert. Either way, you’re in for a treat!
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