Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and yet many of us take it for granted. We think it’s okay to skip breakfast when we’re trying to get fitter, but that’s the worst thing to do.
If you start your day without a wholesome and nutritious breakfast, you’ll be hit hard by fatigue. Crappy mood, low energy level, lack of productivity, absentmindedness, and unusual clumsiness are common symptoms of a poor breakfast routine.
If you’re not excited about the first meal of the day, you’re clearly doing it wrong. Therefore, I’ve dutifully collected a hundred breakfast recipes to inspire you and make your mornings brighter.
If you need a quick breakfast to enjoy on the drive to work, a simple fruit smoothie is ideal. This strawberry banana smoothie is perfect for all the real-life “Kens and Barbies” who dream of a fabulous pink world.
A glass of vegan vanilla milkshake smoothie in the morning will keep you full and energized till lunch break. It’s the perfect breakfast recipe for all the busy bees that abide by a vegan lifestyle.
I love to begin my summer days on a tropical note, which is why I always grab fresh or frozen pineapples on every trip to the grocery store. The vanilla-flavored Greek yogurt makes this smoothie even more nutritious and refreshing.
Summers are incomplete without a taste of sweet and juicy mangoes, so I bring you another tropical-inspired breakfast recipe incorporating this mighty fruit. This smoothie includes protein powder to give you some extra oomph.
Do you know why bananas are added to most smoothies? It is because they add a luscious creamy texture and natural sweetness, which eliminates the need to use refined sugar or artificial sweeteners.
Cantaloupe in a smoothie? Now that’s a new one! Those were my first thoughts when I came across this breakfast recipe. I was skeptical initially, though I was glad to give it a chance when I took my first sip.
I had bought a bunch of melons on sale when I tried this recipe for the first time. I didn’t know if it was going to be any good, but I was more concerned about using up the fruit before it went bad. Best decision ever!
My niece loves pink things, so my sister often makes pink desserts and smoothies for her. She made this raspberry peach smoothie when I visited last month, and I fell in love with it.
This breakfast recipe compensates for a full meal. The almond joy protein shake will fuel you up to conquer the world and beyond, so use the power wisely! It’s also vegan-friendly, so consider it indulgent and sustainable.
If you are not fond of crunchy fruit and veggies in a salad, have this smoothie to acquire the same amount of essential nutrients and minerals in the form of a delicious drink!
Do you need a cup of chai to begin your day on a sound note? This breakfast recipe provides that and more, so trade in your standard morning drink for this heartwarming smoothie that beats your best pumpkin spice latte.
Mimosas for breakfast sounds scandalous, but it’s okay to indulge a little over the weekend, so why not? Forget about overpriced mimosas served at some extravagant café or bar because these pineapple upside-down mimosas are addictive!
What if I told you that you could turn your daily dose of chai into a decadent, spicy milkshake? Banana chai smoothie is the kind of iced tea you need to stay energized up till lunch hour.
Do you know what intrigued me to try this unique coffee drink? You guessed it right, the name! Having this coffee for breakfast truly does make me feel invincible, and you deserve to feel empowered too!
Having dessert for breakfast is the best idea in the world, and whoever came up with this smoothie recipe is a genius. You might be judged for having cheesecake for breakfast, but you can easily get away with this heavenly smoothie.
What could be better than giving yourself a healthy dose of antioxidants and Vitamin C early in the morning? Blueberries are the best kind of berries to boost your immune system and brainpower.
The more fruits, the merrier shall be your breakfast smoothie. This smoothie recipe has been designed following this theory, and it bursts with natural goodness, so do not pass it up.
Many people have oatmeal for breakfast, as it aids in weight loss and lowers blood sugar levels. However, it would not be wrong to say that it’s an acquired taste. If you love coffee, try this breakfast recipe and make oats rock!
I am always excited to find new and creative ways to enjoy my daily dose of caffeine every morning. This breakfast recipe incorporates coffee into a marvelous smoothie that is as fulfilling as a full meal and as indulging as a rich dessert.
Do you ever wonder why smoothies are becoming so popular as a breakfast meal? I think it’s mainly because they save time spent prepping and chewing solid food. Moreover, smoothies turn regular fruit into an appealing and tasty concoction.
Let’s step aside from smoothies for a while to try something uniquely savory. If you have some soft tortilla shells lying around and about twenty minutes to share, make these mouthwatering quesadillas to fill your morning with joy.
If bacon and eggs sound like your kind of breakfast, try this simple recipe to turn them into an easy portable meal. Although this is a savory pancake, the maple syrup used for dipping gives a sweet contrast.
Japanese egg Sandwich, also known as “Tamago Sando,” is a popular snack widely sold at convenience stores in Japan. It requires a few basic ingredients, so you make it for breakfast in no time.
Scrambled eggs with toast is a breakfast from childhood that I cannot appreciate enough. This breakfast recipe lets you make that humble dish a little bit fancy and more flavorful without much effort.
This is a delicious breakfast casserole recipe you can prepare before bed and cook in the morning. It takes about 40 minutes in the oven, so you may freshen up and get ready in the meantime.
If you’ve never had quesadillas for breakfast before, it’s a great time to start and make your mornings more stimulating. Having a hearty breakfast like this one makes life so much better.
This breakfast recipe borrows inspiration from a gumbo that you can get from a gas station in Satsuma, Alabama. I understand that it does not sound flattering, but I assure you it’s one of the best things you’ll eat in this lifetime.
My mom used to pack me a lunch of tater tots every Friday in preschool, and it was the definition of ‘delight’ every time. Now imagine tater tots in the form of a cheesy casserole, so you know you have to try it!
Potatoes are good to go any time of the day, and they’re quite healthy and nutritious unless you deep fry them. This delish potato-based breakfast only takes two minutes in the pressure cooker.
I believe that having dessert for breakfast occasionally is a wonderful idea, especially when you’re feeling down. Everybody with a sweet tooth loves Oreos and cheesecake, so it’s pretty obvious that these Oreo cheesecake bites are to die for!
Contrary to popular belief, there are efficient ways to make amazing dumplings in the comfort of your kitchen. If you’re craving chicken dumpling soup in the morning when the takeout places are closed, you have this breakfast recipe.
This breakfast recipe is for the folks who prefer to start their day with something saucy and spicy because it helps maintain their sass. You also get to make your own Chipotle sauce, which is way better than store-bought.
Save this breakfast recipe for days when it’s freezing outside, but you absolutely have to step out to get work done. Loaded Instant Pot Potato Soup will warm you up and lift your spirits in a jiffy.
Sausage potato hash is perfect for a late breakfast or brunch over the weekend. It is filling and satisfying enough to skip lunch. This dish is highly customizable, with different combinations of vegetables and protein.
If you want a low-carb breakfast packed with protein, the instant pot creamy chicken soup is for you. It’s a hassle-free recipe that is both nourishing and full of flavor.
36. Sausage Alfredo
Can you guess what happens when you add sausage to your regular Alfredo pasta? It gets ten times tastier! I usually go for smoked chicken sausage for this breakfast pasta, but you may choose any kind you prefer.
When you need a break from your strict diet plan, make the instant pot twice-baked potatoes casserole and live a little. Whether it’s your cheat day or time to celebrate an achievement of your fitness goals, enjoy this soulful breakfast.
The best thing about having a heavy breakfast is that you have the whole day ahead to burn it. The same cannot be said about lunch and dinner. Let instant pot cheesy potatoes and sausage be a guilt-free experience.
39. Fluffy Pancakes
If your pancakes tend to turn out soggy and dense, which they are not supposed to be, this breakfast recipe shall be your beacon of light. Don’t forget to top your pancakes with syrup and fruit!
Food is powerful. The sight, smell, and flavors can virtually transport you to another place. These toasted coconut macadamia pancakes will make you feel like you’re having breakfast in a tropical paradise.
One day I told my partner that I was making Nutella cream cheese French toast and he said: sounds like Diabetes! Jokes aside, this is an incredibly sweet treat you must allow yourself once in a while; it’s all about proportions!
Bacon-stuffed French toast sounds tempting, but I’ll admit it’s too rich! It’s definitely the kind of breakfast I’d recommend for underweight kids and adults though. It would also be a good breakfast option for a special occasion.
Blueberry is a super fruit that you need to eat as often as you can. Incorporating them into your breakfast pancakes is the smartest idea, so you better bookmark this recipe right away.
French toast is always comforting, whether it’s sweet or savory. This French toast with cheese and hollandaise sauce is otherworldly; it’s like food of the Greek gods or something. FYI, hollandaise sauce is the rich and classy cousin of mayonnaise.
Soft and airy pancakes are the best, and this breakfast recipe will teach you how to achieve the optimum fluffiness in your kitchen. Cinnamon is such an underrated spice; it pairs so well with desserts and coffee.
Did you know that French toast is a sweet dish that dates back to the 4th century? Our ancestors would be proud if they could have a taste of the crunchy pecan banana French toast.
When I tried this breakfast for the first time, I thought that French toast with S’mores has to be a classic combination. Try it yourself to realize that these two truly are a match made in heaven.
If someone challenged me to create a healthier version of French toast, I’d present this French toast. It’s crazy how talented home chefs come up with such things, and it makes me so happy.
It was last fall that I brought home some freshly harvested pecans and made this French toast with coffee for a few friends coming over for brunch. Long story short, they loved it so much that there wasn’t any left for me!
Nothing beats a breakfast sandwich with a juicy meaty patty, eggs, caramelized onions, and lots of cheese. The thing that sets this sandwich apart is the patty, which is made out of sausage instead of ground meat.
If you want to know what it feels like to have breakfast in Paris or someplace else in France, this breakfast recipe is an inexpensive shortcut. Recreating the classic dish at home takes some effort, but it’s definitely worth it.
If you love grilled cheese, equip it with some extravagance using this breakfast recipe, and savor each bite before you begin the chores of the day. This sandwich will please your senses and put you in your best mood.
One day we were out of bread, but we had tortillas, so my partner suggested that we have breakfast burritos. I thought it was funny and that it wasn’t a real thing, but then I found this recipe, and voila!
I was babysitting my niece recently and asked her if she favored white bread or bran for breakfast. She told me that bread was too basic and she preferred a “croissant.” Now that I’ve tried this recipe, I couldn’t agree more.
Breakfast poutine with hollandaise sauce is a party on a plate. I made this for my partner on his birthday for breakfast, and he was ecstatic. The kid inside you will cherish this breakfast to bits.
If you’re looking for Christmas breakfast ideas, consider making puff pastry croque madame, which is perfectly pretty for the occasion. It is an uncomplicated breakfast dish that is bound to wow your family and friends.
Here’s another breakfast recipe fit for the holiday season, as it seems to emanate warmth and coziness. You may modify this recipe by using a different kind of sausage, such as chicken, beef, or vegan variety.
If you’re looking for a gluten-free breakfast recipe, Southwestern breakfast casserole is for you. It is also ideal for people who prefer make-ahead breakfasts that can be refrigerated and reheated well later.
I love waffles and fried chicken, so you can’t imagine how smitten I am with this chicken and waffle sandwich. I could eat this every day, but once a week is the saner choice.
Ham and cheese sandwiches are a classic, but using croissants instead of regular slices of bread transforms them into a fancy meal. Now you can find out what’s it like to have breakfast at an upscale French café.
An egg, avocado, some bacon, and sausage sound just about right for a hearty breakfast. However, if you put all that in a taco shell with a bunch of fresh veggies and cheese, you have a masterpiece.
One of my vegan friends bakes fantastic banana bread. I request it every time we get together at her place. However, last time she served me these banana oatmeal chocolate chip cookies instead, and now they’re my new favorite!
People who hit the gym first thing in the morning need a healthy protein-packed breakfast, but what if you’re on a strictly plant-based diet? Luckily, these strawberry protein crepes are dairy-free and egg-free!
If you want to surprise that special someone with breakfast in bed on Valentine’s Day, bookmark this recipe right now. These marvelous crepes ooze love in every bite, and the presentation alone is enough to win someone over.
Pancake cereals are all the rage right now. If you aren’t yet familiar, it’s tiny pancakes that you can eat like cereal in a bowl with a spoon. Try this breakfast recipe and showcase your creativity on social media!
The original author of this recipe claims that this is the best breakfast to have on the first sunrise of New Year. I totally agree because it makes sense to start a new chapter of life on such an awesome note.
This is the perfect skillet breakfast to enjoy with the family on a lazy Sunday morning. It’s ready to eat in just half an hour, and I usually serve it with toast and fresh fruit juice.
Here’s another delightful family breakfast recipe that kids will love and adults will rave about. When nachos are involved, it’s guaranteed to be a party. The bright colors of the dish will surely brighten your day.
Breakfast hash with chorizo and eggs is perfect for sharing. It’s the small gestures of care and affection that bring people together, and nothing speaks the language of love like good food.
If you have a big bag of tortilla chips at your disposal and a bunch of hungry people to feed, try this recipe. It makes everyone happy, saves you time, and it’s also a pretty decent deal.
Shakshuka is a devilishly delicious one-pan breakfast dish, which is made of poached eggs embedded in a rich and spicy tomato gravy. If you haven’t tried it yet, congrats on discovering this wonderful culinary creation.
Fall is my favorite season of the year, and lush orange pumpkins are one of the many reasons. There’s so much you can make out of pumpkins, including savory stews, pies, decadent drinks, and these adorable donuts that pair beautifully with a cup of cappuccino in the morning.
If you don’t have time to bake an apple pie, make this charming apple cream cheese pastry instead. This dessert breakfast is completely safe to enjoy, even if you’re dating or married to a doctor.
A luxuriously late breakfast on a Sunday is usual, so I made this while my partner was still asleep. When he woke up and saw this ‘coffee cake’ at the dining table, he believed it was from some fancy bakery!
New Year Resolutions for eating healthier and getting fitter are all too familiar. I started eating this oat breakfast at the beginning of the year in the hopes of reaching my fitness goals, and it actually motivated me to keep going.
For this breakfast recipe, you’ll need a bubble waffle iron. This is a breakfast trend that originated in Hong Kong, and bubble waffles are unbelievably versatile. You can make sandwiches, top them with ice cream, and much more.
A coffee and bagel to-go is ideal for busy mornings. This vegetarian breakfast bagel is loaded with natural goodness and oh-so-yummy! It will certainly help take some stress off your mind.
Bell peppers are the only kind of peppers my partner likes because he can’t handle the heat. Whenever I find multicolored bell peppers at the grocery store, I buy several to make this easy-peasy three-ingredient breakfast recipe.
How about a quick nutrient-dense breakfast recipe that is full of flavor and involves minimum cooking time? Frozen blueberry and yogurt granola cups are almost too good to be true in terms of taste and aesthetics.
It was a stuffy summer morning when I decided to try this breakfast recipe, and it was so invigorating. I got my caffeine dose, a sweet treat, and a boost of dopamine.
Breakfast burritos are fuss-free and convenient due to their handy nature, so you may enjoy them anywhere. You can be creative with the filling and experiment with different combinations of ingredients every time.
Eggs, bacon, and cheese blanketed in tortilla bread make a basic breakfast quesadilla that is tasteful and fulfilling in every way. You don’t need top-notch culinary skills or too much time in the kitchen to make this.
When I was visiting family for the holidays, my brother challenged me that a modern healthful breakfast could not compete in taste with an old-fashioned greasy one. The next morning I made this dish to prove him wrong, and succeeded!
Baked egg ricotta thyme cups are high in protein and low in carbs, which makes them a suitable breakfast option for “ketopians.” It only takes twenty minutes to make these, and you can serve them with crusty bread.
It’s time for another super-healthy smoothie that will pump you up for the gym or any mind-straining activities you have planned for the day. You can use animal or plant-based milk for this breakfast recipe.
These adorable breakfast muffins look like mini quiches, and they’re utterly delightful. I usually make these when I’m expecting company at breakfast because they’re easy to make in bulk and are always a hit with guests.
This is a recipe for pancakes that are cooked in an oven. It isn’t your regular pancake and looks more like a normal baked cake. However, the difference lies in the consistency of the batter and the resulting texture of the cake.
There are so many innovative ways to utilize eggs and turn them into culinary art. A little creativity and imagination are all it takes to make breakfast the most beloved meal of the day.
You’ve finally reached the breakfast recipe you were unconsciously waiting for. This vegan smoothie will help you overcome the tests and trials of the day ahead in style.
Who could’ve guessed that lemon and zucchini could be used to make such a delectable bread? It’s recipes like these that encourage me to take risks in the kitchen and follow my instincts more often.
If you’ve never heard of these biscuits, get ready to be amazed! Unlike traditional biscuits, these are cooked on a grill in a pan with lots of butter. These biscuits are super fluffy and should be served with homemade fruit jam.
Cake and coffee is a classic combination that is welcome any time of the day, so why not for breakfast? This sweet and slightly citrusy cake leaves everyone craving for a second slice or more.
Here’s another poppy seed cake with almonds, which add a nice crunch to each bite. Did you know that poppy seeds can provide relief from headaches and coughs? They also improve hair and skin health.
94. Eggs Florentine
Eggs florentine is an epic vegetarian twist on the classic eggs benedict. The base of the dish is an English muffin, which is topped with spinach; then you add a poached egg and finally some homemade hollandaise sauce.
95. Eggs Benedict
I found this version of Eggs Benedict not long ago, and I’ve been obsessed ever since. The Prosciutto adds a perfect layer of crisp, and the arugula salad provides tons of freshness.
96. Shirred Eggs
For most people, breakfast is incomplete without an egg, so learning different ways to cook eggs helps keep things interesting. Shirred eggs are simply baked eggs with a little sass, i.e., seasonings to add flavor.
If you need an excuse to enjoy a bit of booze early in the morning, make Tequila lime fruit salad, and nobody shall suspect you. This breakfast recipe only contains a small amount of tequila, so you won’t be in trouble.
My dad scooping strawberry ice cream and dolloping it over the split banana for dessert after lunch remains a fond childhood memory. I’m glad I found this healthier alternative that I can relish at breakfast as an adult.
I recall looking for a ground-breaking granola recipe and then stumbling upon this gem a couple of months back. I rushed to the nearest fruit market to fetch a big papaya and the rest is history.
If a simple fruit salad sounds boring, try this breakfast recipe and trick yourself into eating healthier. Refrigerating this salad for a few hours allows the juice to infuse the fruit and elevate flavor like a marinade.
Instant Noodles Omelet
- 1 packet chicken-flavored instant noodles
- 2 2 eggs
- 1 tomato (diced or finely chopped)
- 1 spring onion with stem (finely chopped)
- 1 green Chili (finely chopped)
- 1 tbsp fresh cilantro
- Pinch of dried oregano
- 2 tbsp grated cheese
- 2 tbsp cooking oil
- Boil your noodles in a pot of water until cooked, drain, and set aside to cool.
- Take a medium-sized bowl, crack in the eggs, and beat until fluffy.
- Add the tomatoes, spring onion, green chili, cilantro, oregano, and chicken tastemaker (from the instant noodles packet). Mix well with a spoon or fork.
- Add cooled noodles to the egg mixture and fold in well.
- Take a non-stick frying pan, add the cooking oil, and place on medium heat.
- Slowly pour the egg and noodle mixture into the pan and spread it evenly with a wooden ladle.
- Cover the pan with a lid, reduce the heat, and let it cook for a few minutes.
- Flip the omelet and repeat the previous step.
- Sprinkle grated cheese over the top, cover with lid again, and turn off the heat. This allows the cheese to melt over the omelet.
- Carefully shift the omelet to a plate and dig in with a fork while it’s warm.