Top Rated Breakfast Recipes

This "ice-cream" can be made the night before and it’s a great treat to make with your kids while avoiding a mess. 
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While a newly diagnosed celiac intolerant eater might find themselves having cravings for a breakfast sandwich, this breakfast braid using gluten-free pie dough serves as a perfect substitute. 
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Diane’s Out-the-Door Delish Breakfast Recipe
Not only is this quick and easy breakfast recipe packed with protein, whole grains, and healthy fat to keep you full, it’s flavorful and delicious! Click here for more Diane’s Dish on… Eggs. Or click here to watch the video.
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Use ramekins to prepare personal servings of this fresh take on French Toast. Make ahead for special occasion brunches or easy entertaining. Drizzle with maple syrup or sprinkle with powdered sugar. This is perfect for an Easter brunch. Recipe courtesy of Incredible Egg.
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Maca is reputed to boost energy but the mechanism of action is unknown. Raspberries are a source of vitamin C, complex carbohydrates and dietary fiber, and they have a low glycemic index which means they won’t spike your blood sugar and send you into a crash. Instead, they’ll keep you steady and strong.
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Zucchini and carrot bread. Healthy breakfast
Connecting with the flavors of nature as an exercise of awareness……simple and delicious! This is how I named the article on my blog, since it is an invitation to be present when we eat as we rediscover the flavors of healthy natural foods.  If you want to see the complete version of this article go to: http://divinesalud.com/2011/09/07/connecting-with-the-flavors-of-nature-as-an-exercise-of-awareness%E2%80%A6%E2%80%A6simple-and-delicious/ Make this low-carb treat your go-to breakfast zucchini bread for a healthy start to your day
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Mini Morning Egg Bites
Eggs are by far my favorite breakfast. They're just so darn good. Aren't they? I can remember when I was a young girl and my mother taught me how to make sunny-side up eggs — I thought I was so cool.I invited my grandma over just to make 'em for her — and they were a bit too runny and undercooked, but I was still proud. Then, came the hard-boiled eggs. And deviled eggs. And then omelettes. Then frittatas. And egg bakes. But just recently I thought… Why not make some cute little egg muffins?So I did. I made this fun lil' easy egg recipe just for you.Click here to see Healthiest Breakfast Recipes.
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Quinoa and Apple Breakfast
A delicious protein-packed cereal that also makes a sweet side dish — great with raisins, crystallized ginger, sautéed pear, nuts and dried berries, too.
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The Lean:  A Revolutionary (and Simple!) 30-Day Plan for Healthy, Lasting Weight Loss
This breakfast quinoa recipe is so delicious it can double as a dessert. Quinoa is naturally loaded with protein and fiber, so it provides long-lasting energy throughout your day. A perfect way to start your morning out right. This recipe is one of the many delicious recipes created by Dayna McLeod specially for The Lean: A Revolutionary (and Simple!) 30-Day Plan for Healthy, Lasting Weight Loss.
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Eater just noted breakfast pizza as a hot new trend. Not so sure how new the trend is, but hot? For sure. Pretty easy to make too, especially if you cheat a little and stop by one of your favorite pizza places to pick up a round of uncooked dough. They'll usually sell it to you for anywhere from three to five dollars. Then the breakfast toppings are up to you. Bacon, mandoline-sliced potatoes that you've crisped in the oven, sausage, cheese, blueberries, jam, you name it. This one is with béchamel, bacon, jalapeño, and the ultimate breakfast ingredient: eggs. Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Everyday Eggs.
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Slow-Cooker Overnight Porridge
How great would it be to wake up on a busy morning and have breakfast already cooked? You could slow down and eat at home or pack up a bowl of this multi-grain porridge to take to work with you. With a slow-cooker, it can happen.— Shelby KinnairdClick here for more recipes from the Diabetic Foodie.Click here for more of the 101 Best Slow-Cooker Recipes
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Fresh Muesli with Apples, Currants, and Toasted Almonds
Did you know that the dry muesli that comes in a box bears no resemblance whatsoever to the fresh muesli you can make from scratch? If you've never tasted fresh, homemade muesli, you owe it to yourself to try this recipe. The heart of fresh muesli is rolled oats soaked in milk. (I love to add currants to the oats for the delicate sweetness they release.) Once they've absorbed the milk, you'll coarsely grate loads of snappy apples and add them to the mix, along with yogurt, honey, and a generous splash of lemon juice. The lemon juice is a critical ingredient here. It brightens the flavors and brings a needed counterpoint to the sweetness of the fruits and honey. So don’t be tempted to skimp. Serve it with seasonal berries and toasted almonds, and you have a muesli that's not only nutritious, it's also light and absolutely delicious. What a perfect way to start your day!
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