Instagram-Worthy Breakfast Bowls You Can Make at Home

Individual Baked Oatmeal
Sweet or savory, hot or cold, breakfast is better when served in a bowl. Fill it up with hearty, healthy, and delicious ingredients for a breakfast bowl recipe that's satisfying and nutritious. You'll start your day with your best foot forward—and maybe even get an Instagram out of the breakfast recipe.

Bacon and Egg Rice Bowls

This bowl is one we'd totally order at our favorite brunch spot. An over-easy egg ties together brown rice, bacon, and Italian cheese—hot sauce, optional.

Ginger-Acai Bowls with Almond-Pepita Clusters

The Greek yogurt in this smoothie bowl boasts probiotics and extra protein. Choose from tons of toppings, including berries, kiwi, and nut clusters.

Oatmeal with Peanut Butter, Banana, and Bacon

This bowl of oatmeal is a breakfast Elvis would be proud of. Salty bacon gives creamy peanut butter and banana a crunchy kick.

Banana-Dark Chocolate Smoothie Bowls

Want a rich, creamy breakfast in no time? Then make this smoothie bowl your go-to. Bananas, honey, vanilla, cinnamon, and dark chocolate pair with one more secret ingredient in this chocolaty bowl of goodness.

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Tropical Fruit Smoothie Bowls

Enter: The breakfast bowl to make if you're currently wishing you were on a beach. The fruity smoothie is topped with fresh toppings like pineapple, macadamia nuts, and coconut chips.

Egg and Fried Rice Ole

Start your day off right with a Mexican-style breakfast bowl featuring fried rice, peppers, corn, beans, and a fried egg.

Peanut Butter and Fruit Quinoa

Quinoa for breakfast? When it's dressed up with peanut butter, apple juice, and fruit, definitely!

Quinoa-Pumpkin Seed Granola

All this nutrient-packed granola takes is nine ingredients, 20 minutes of prep time, and 20 minutes of bake time—totally worth it for a full jar. Can't wait long enough to cut up fruit and serve with milk and honey? Just munch on it plain.


If you're in the mood for a big breakfast, this Middle Eastern egg recipe is for you. In the bowl of flavor, poached eggs sit in a sauce made from tomatoes, spices, and peppers.

Cardamom-Pear Quinoa

Another quinoa-for-breakfast recipe, this dish brings together flavors you may not have tried in the morning. 

Baked Oatmeal

This isn't your average hot cereal. Baking the rolled oats, oat bran, and steel-cut oats trio turns regular oatmeal into a casserole.

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