Quick and Healthy Breakfast Recipes
Zucchini and Tomato Frittata
Low on ingredients (just five not counting pantry staples!) yet high in flavor and nutrition—this is one healthy breakfast recipe you'll look forward to making again and again. We can't decide what we love most: the tender caramelized zucchini, the crunchy walnuts, or the ooey-gooey mozzarella bites.
Ginger-Berry Smoothie Bowl
Shh...it will be our secret that the berries in this vibrant smoothie bowl are disguising the beet that's blended in, too. The vegetable's touch of earthiness makes this 281-calorie bowl something you'll crave morning after morning.
Bagel croutons, crumbled bacon, and an everything bagel-seasoned Greek yogurt dressing take this salad from supper starter to something you’d serve before noon. For more protein, put an egg on it!
Tomatoes, peas, and fresh parsley are the perfect garden-fresh complements to richer ingredients like bacon, eggs, and cheese. Pair this 194-calorie entree with an English muffin or slice of toast for a dose of carbs.
Blackberry-Ginger Overnight Bulgur
Itching to sleep in? Stir together bulgur, yogurt, fresh berries, and a couple other flavor-boosters and allow to chill overnight. All that's left to do is catch some shuteye, wake up, and dig in.
Greens-and-Bacon Omelet Wraps
No time to sit down to an omelet breakfast? Transform it into a speedy wrap and take it with you! Turkey bacon and low-fat cottage cheese give these eggy wraps filling protein without the fat.
Sweet Honey-Ginger Beet and Mango Smoothies
Tofu and frozen mango cubes make these fruit and veggie smoothies uber-creamy and irresistible. Make a big batch and store in the refrigerator for up to three days for a fast-fix morning meal you can enjoy on the go.
Avocado and Asparagus Egg Sandwiches
This 25-minute, protein-packed sandwich recipe bears a strong likeness to a breakfast BLT—but replace lettuce with stalks of tender asparagus and add a schmear of citrusy avocado across the bread.
Strawberries and Cream Pancakes
Here’s proof that not all pancake recipes lead to a carb coma! Whole grains, chia seeds, and plenty of fruit fruit makes these flapjacks filling and figure-friendly all at once.
Florentine Eggs Benedict
Skip the stove and cook this entire diner-inspired breakfast in your microwave--yes, even the poached egg and hollandaise! Stack on extra spinach and tomato to balance out the richness of the yolk and creamy sauce.
Smoked Salmon Breakfast Wraps
Who says lox is only for bagels? Spread light cream cheese on tortillas, then layer with smoked salmon and thinly sliced zucchini for a completely portable breakfast that comes together in just 20 minutes.
Berry-Banana Smoothie Bowls
A blender is the MVP that makes it possible to serve Instagram-worthy smoothie bowls in your own kitchen. Toss bananas, cherries, berries, then top with fiber-rich sidekicks like chia seeds and almonds to crank up the satisfaction level.
Filled Egg White Omelet
Customizability for the win! High-protein, low-cholesterol egg whites enclose your choice of healthy fillings: We provide options for meats, cheeses, veggies, and toppers. In 15 minutes, your dream omelet is plated and ready.
Smoked Salmon and Roasted Red Pepper Frittata
It’s tough to believe that with all this frittata has going on (cheese, piles of fresh greens, sweet peppers, smoked salmon) that each serving is only 141 calories. It’s true! Enjoy a protein-rich wedge with a piece of fruit for a skinny yet satisfying start to the day.
Toasted Oat Muesli
Flecked with banana chips, almonds, and protein-rich flaxseed, this crunchy cereal isn't your ordinary bagged muesli. Even better? It's ready start-to-finish in 25 minutes.
Wilted Greens and Eggs
Craving a savory breakfast? Try this superfood-packed kale and egg bowl that also includes health food icons like olive oil and cider vinegar. For more fiber, toast a slice of wheat instead of white bread.
Hearty Breakfast Tacos
Start your day with a breakfast fiesta. These low-cal crunchy tacos are stuffed with protein-rich eggs, cheese, and beans, plus salsa and green pepper for fresh contrast. Using reduced-sodium black beans keeps the salt content down.
Think you don't have time to make a tasty skillet recipe for breakfast? Think again! This low-cal, super customizable skillet comes together in just half an hour—and if you have leftover chopped meat and veggies in the fridge, all the better.