It's not just a myth–breakfast really IS the most important meal of the day. Research shows that eating breakfast aids in weight control, improves overall nutritional status, and improves concentration, alertness, and creativity.
Breakfast BenefitsResearch shows that eating breakfast aids in weight control, improves overall nutritional status, and improves concentration, alertness, and creativity. With our collection of quick-fix recipes, you have no excuse not to follow the adage to "eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper."
Yogurt and Berries with Whole-Grain WafflesThis super-quick breakfast recipe starts with frozen whole-grain waffles. All you have to do is add honey to the yogurt and sugar to the fruit.
Simple Baked EggsHere's an easy way to cook individual serving of eggs all at one time. They can bake while you're getting dressed for work.
Orange-Cranberry Wheat Germ MuffinsKeep a batch of these heart-healthy muffins in your freezer and reheat in the microwave as you need them. Add low-fat milk and a piece of fresh fruit, and you've got breakfast on the run.
Homemade GranolaMake extra batches of this maple-and-honey-sweetened nutty granola so you'll have some on hand for quick breakfasts and snacks.
Sweet Potato and Canadian Bacon HashSavor a hearty two-potato and bacon hash when you've got a big breakfast appetite. Serve with fresh fruit and toasted whole-wheat English muffins.
Quick Breakfast TostadaGet out of a rut with a Tex-Mex style breakfast tostada. It's cooked in the microwave, so it's ready in about 5 minutes.
Veggie Piglets in Blankets with Dipping SauceKids will love to help make and eat these fun breakfast treats.
Pan-Seared Oatmeal with Warm Fruit Compote and Cider SyrupGo beyond the bowl with this amazing oatmeal recipe. Cut chilled oatmeal into squares, pan-fry in a skillet and top with fruit and syrup. You can make the components a day ahead and reheat to serve.