Skip the traditional butter-laden, high-carb waffles and try this guilt-free version that tastes just as indulgent.
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This impressive-looking frittata is easy to make and loaded with fresh veggies and herbs.
These whole wheat muffins have a surprise in the center: an almond-scented, berry-jam filling.
Packed with dried fruit, fiber, and healthy omega-3s, these nutty muffins make a filling, healthy breakfast.
Start this breakfast in a slow cooker the night before, and wake up to a bowl of hot, nourishing oatmeal in the morning.
This easy omelet is just right for brunch. Frozen leaf spinach makes it ultra-quick.
These fun muffins are packed with healthy ingredients — vegetables, fruit, and whole grains — so you can feel good about serving them.
The "strata" in this classic casserole are layers of bread, cheese, and sausage baked in a rich egg mixture.
Cider doughnuts inspired these spice-happy, low-fat muffins with a crumbly streusel topping.
Whip up this simple omelet in minutes: You can use frozen hash browns (look for brands with little or no fat) to save time. The cheese in this recipe provides almost a third of your daily calcium needs.
Nutty toasted wheat germ and tangy dried apricots give these muffins a homey, satisfying flavor.
This dessert or special brunch dish is great for entertaining because it can be made in advance and popped in the oven just before serving.
These pancakes are made with 100 percent whole wheat flour and get an additional fiber boost from flaxseed meal.
We gave the classic flaky breakfast pastry a healthy makeover: Our version uses less butter and packs more nutty flavor, thanks to rolled oats and whole wheat pastry flour.
Tired of the sweet stuff? Try these muffins with Canadian bacon, scallions, bell peppers, and cheddar cheese.
Crisp and chewy, this bar is a good-for-you alternative to store-bought cereal bars. The secret ingredient, silken tofu, will give your day a protein-packed start.
This banana bread is packed with chocolate chips and toasted heart-healthy walnuts, so you get a taste of nuts and chocolate in each bite.
The perennial bakery favorite gets a healthy makeover.
Make this ham-and-cheese dish lighter by losing a few egg yolks and using nonfat milk.
These light and fluffy pancakes make an antioxidant-packed treat. Use frozen blueberries if you can't find fresh.
The one-two punch of coconut and macadamia nuts in this muffin will make you think you're having your morning coffee in Hawaii.
Prep this French toast in advance and pop in the oven for a laid-back weekend breakfast. Cut calories by half and fat by 80 percent by using nonfat milk and eliminating egg yolks.
This Italian-style omelet is delicious with just about any herb combination; try parsley, dill, chervil, or marjoram.
A little low-fat dairy and some vitamin-rich fruit and you've just started your day right, nutritionally speaking.
A smaller cousin of the breakfast burrito, this breakfast taco made with reduced-fat cheddar and egg substitute is a yummy, healthy meal.
Have a filling, fiber-rich breakfast with rolled oats, cooked wheat berries, fruit, and nuts.
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Prep this muesli the night before for a ready-in-seconds morning meal.
The tartness of cranberries adds a kick to these pancakes.
The savory onion and goat cheese combination makes this pancake recipe a good breakfast, lunch, or dinner option.
Smoked salmon and egg whites on a toasted whole wheat English muffin is the perfect power breakfast. For a more substantial meal, pair it with a piece of fruit or a glass of 100 percent juice.