If you find yourself scrambling to make breakfast in the morning, try these 5 simple recipes to get out the door fast.
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This frittata is full of flavor and nutrients, yet is low in calories. The herbs and variety of vegetables make it an unforgettable omelet dish.
This superfood omelet is full of nutrient-rich veggies. Brussels sprouts and kale provide folate and glucosinolates. Seaweeds are full of minerals and avocados are loaded with healthy monounsaturated and saturated fats.
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The eggs, veggies and whole wheat in this burrito give you a hearty breakfast that’s low in fat and high in protein. It’s a healthy, delicious dish that will keep you feeling full longer.
This dish is the perfect way to power up before a long day. It includes greens, fat, and protein and makes for a comforting, hearty breakfast.