Whether you want to start your day with a yogurt smoothie or an indulgent breakfast casserole, our breakfast recipes include something for everyone. Kid-friendly breakfast dishes and grab-and-go options help your whole family power up in the a.m.
Cherry Soy Yogurt Smoothie
The banana gives it added creaminess so you don’t have to use as much soy yogurt, but it doesn’t impart a lot of banana flavor.
Maple Almond Crush
Add a little fruit and whole wheat toast to this smoothie for a complete breakfast and to keep the kid full till lunch.
Baby Vidalia Frittata
Sweet Vidalia onions pair up with cheese and eggs in this simple, satisfying frittata.
Alkaline Green Smoothie
Adding an alkaline green smoothie to your daily routine is a fantastic way to further alkalize and an easy way for your body to assimilate the nutrients and the fiber as the blender breaks it down making it easier on your digestive track to absorb.
Start the day off right with these hearty breakfast squares, brimming with oats, nuts and raisins.
Strawberry Banana Almond Smoothie
The natural sweetness of the fruit is quite enough, and the addition of almond butter provides a hint of complexity.
Farm Fresh Peach Muffins
Pre-heat the oven to 375 degrees. Prepare the mini muffin pans by spraying with baking spray. Or, you can use mini cupcake liners which will…
Fiber filled Muffins
Heat oven according to package directions. Use cooking spray to grease bottom of muffin pans only.( Muffing will not rise as much if sides are…
Allergy-Free Carrot Cake Breakfast Cookies
Loaded with fiber, protein, fruit, and veggies, plus low in sugar and fat, you’ll feel good about feeding this chewy, cinnamon-spiked cookie to your family for breakfast. Soy-free, egg-free, nut-free, and Dairy-free.
Gluten-Free Vegan Whole-Grain Chia Pancakes
Who says pancakes can’t be healthy? These combine wholegrain flours with whole white chia seeds. They are fluffy, tender, delicious, and nutritious!
Craisin-Walnut Coffee Cake with Greek Yogurt
This cake is moist and delicious with a filling of craisins or raisins, broken walnuts, sugar and, of course, cinnamon.
Crispy and crunchy at first, then soft and pliable after a few days in the cookie jar, these cookies use whole grain breakfast cereal and dried fruit.