When you want dessert for breakfast but you still want to be healthy.
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There's nothing better than French toast in the morning, afternoon, evening...2 in the morning. I'm not messing around with this one. Simple and scrumptious.
This light frittata is filled with fresh corn, shallots, basil and feta.
This banana bread happens to be gluten free, made with coconut oil and is sweetened with maple syrup. It also happens to be pretty delicious.
These blueberry muffins contain no refined sugar, are gluten-free and are incredibly moist thanks to yogurt and honey.
This spiced coffee cake not only goes great with a cup of coffee, it has coffee swirled into the batter
This is a green smoothie you'll actually want to drink. Banana, cucumber, apple, parsley, mint, ginger, romaine and watercress are just a few of the healthy fruits and veggies packed into this drink.
Drink your greens! It's a great way to get all of the vitamins, minerals and nutrition your body needs in one quick and easy drink. Start your day off with a boost of energy.
Grilled bacon, avocado and gooey cheese all on a grilled English muffin with a runny egg.
This grilled Bloody Mary will be the star of any brunch. Grilling the vegetables adds a depth of flavor you can't get any other way.
Who says you can't have pizza for breakfast?
Usually a fried dish, this one is lightened up by grilling the tortillas and the eggs.
This homemade nut butter features almonds, cashews, pecans, pumpkin seeds, flax seeds and chia seeds
Oats and almonds are toasted and flavored with cinnamon, ginger and honey. Finished off with chopped dried apricots makes this a delicious and filling breakfast or snack.
Soft and pillowy cinnamon rolls are made even better with the addition of Kerrygold butter and liqueur.
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