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3 Healthy Breakfast/Brunch Recipes

Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day, to the point where I can pretty much eat ‘breakfast foods’ for every meal. There’s always something comforting and soothing about pancakes, waffles, scrambled eggs, yogurt and other breakfast classics.

But how do we enjoy our favorites and still maintain our daily calorie count? Here are 3 Healthy Recipes you can use for daily breakfasts or serving to friends at brunch that will help everyone keep their calories down and the stomachs full!


Whether you’re a waffle or a pancake person, I use this wonderful batter on both. The waffles come out super light and crispy and, since they are egg white based, are a surprisingly good protein source. I like to make 3 or 4x the batter so I can just throw them on the griddle or waffle iron for several days to save time in the morning.


2/3 cup 4% milk fat small curd cottage cheese

2 large eggs, separated

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

1 cup old-fashioned rolled oats

1/2 teaspoon baking powder

1/4 teaspoon kosher salt

1/3 cup water

Calories: 121 per 2 waffles (1/4 cup of batter each)

Put the oats, egg yolks, water, vanilla, cottage cheese, baking powder, and salt in a food processor and blend into a paste. If the batter is too thick and sticky, you can add more water to loosen it up.

Meanwhile, beat the egg whites to stiff peaks, then fold into the batter. Once combined, use a waffle iron or griddle to make waffles or pancakes, top with fresh fruit or agave, and enjoy!

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These Egg Bites are a wonderful, easy breakfast staple that can be customized with veggies, cheese, turkey bacon and more! Imagine putting a tray of these super healthy muffins our for your besties on Sunday brunch, delicious and super nutritious!


1 bell pepper, diced

1 cup of spinach, chopped

3 TBS egg whites per muffin tin

Salt/pepper to taste

Calories: 28 per muffin

Divide the veg evenly among the 12 tins then pour the egg whites over them. Bake for 25-30 minutes. Use a thin knife to free the muffins from the tin. Serve w/ salt/pepper, hot sauce, cilantro, etc. These are highly customizable so use cheese, turkey bacon, or your favorite veggies to make them your own!


If you love overnight oats, try this low calorie recipe! Pumpkin is packed with nutrients and you can even use with whipped cream and cinnamon to make it feel like a creamy dessert!

1/4 cup quick oats

1/2 cup unsweetened milk of choice, (oat milk, almond milk, etc)

1-2 tbsp pumpkin butter

1 tsp chia seeds

pinch cinnamon

pinch pumpkin pie spice or nutmeg

Calories: 269 per jar

Combine the quick oats and 1/2 cup of milk in a small jar, then stir in pumpkin butter, chia seeds, and cinnamon and nutmeg. Cover, shake, and refrigerate overnight. In the morning, top with more cinnamon, whipped cream, banana slices, nuts, etc. and enjoy!

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