By alfat. healthy breakfast for kids. Published at Friday, April 13th, 2018 - 21:30:20 PM.
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If your same-old morning meal rotation is boring you back to sleep, it's time to shake things up--but don't reach for that box of cereal just yet.
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We've gathered the five most-pinned healthy breakfast recipes on Pinterest to prove it's possible to bring some excitement to the first meal of the day--without relying on packaged food or sugary recipes. And not only are these dishes undeniably delicious (hey, the people of the Internet have spoken!), they're all quick and easy to make. A few of them can even be prepared over the weekend and eaten throughout the week--sticking to a healthy diet doesn't get much easier that that.
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Want to take brunch for friends up a notch? Look no further than this three-ingredient sweet potato waffle recipe from Yuri Elkaim. Shred some sweet potato, stir in coconut flour and eggs, and pour the mixture into your waffle iron. (One to try: Cuisinart Round Classic Waffle Maker, $30, amazon.com.) Pump up the protein by topping each waffle with a poached or fried egg, and then add a dollop of avocado for some heart-healthy omega-3s. (Psst: If you love your waffle maker, you won't want to miss these 8 other things you can cook in it.)
It's really no surprise that health-conscious folks love omelets. Not only are they packed with protein and fiber-rich veggies, but there are also countless flavor and ingredient combinations. But we're all busy, and sometimes there's just not enough time in the morning to cook up a meal. That's why we love these healthy, customizable egg muffins. While you can add anything you want to the mix, Kelly of Just a Taste starts with eggs, spinach, and tomatoes, then adds diced avocado and salsa after they've come out of the oven for some additional Southwestern flavor.
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If you've been trying to sneak more veggies and protein in your morning meal, then look no further than this savory breakfast created by Aimee of Cook Create Entertain. Made with eggs, ground turkey, baby spinach, sweet potato, coconut oil, and chili powder, you'll hit all of your nutritional bases--without skimping on flavor.
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It's clear why Love of Family and Home's casserole tops the list of pinned recipes: It's almost like dessert for breakfast, but filled with nutritious ingredients that provide lasting energy, like oats, fruit, and milk. The best part: After it's baked and cooled, you can store it in the refrigerator and continue eating it all week long. Just zap a piece in the microwave or eat it cold straight out of the fridge.
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Nothing says breakfast like toast. But when Kelsey from Little Bits Of realized she was out of bread one morning, she improvised: Instead of her usual butter on wheat bread, she sliced a vitamin- and mineral-packed sweet potato into 1/4 -inch rounds and warmed them in her toaster. She gave a few slices the avocado and lemon juice treatment, while the others were topped with almond butter, banana, and cinnamon, or tuna with onion and mayo. (For even more ways to eat orange spuds for breakfast, don't miss these 6 delicious ways to make sweet potato oatmeal.)
Have some extra sweet potatoes? Check out this cool appetizer:
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