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Low Sodium Breakfast Recipes

Looking for low sodium breakfast recipes? Find low sodium breakfast recipes including casserole recipes, easy low sodium breakfast recipes, and more low sodium breakfast recipes.

Nutmeg Syrup

Nutmeg Syrup

Nutmeg Syrup

“I'm a music teacher and I made this for a teachers' breakfast. It was heartily received! The nutmeg adds a rich homey flavor.” Rochelle Felsburg - Fredericksburg, Virginia

Holiday Hot Fruit Compote

Holiday Hot Fruit Compote

Holiday Hot Fruit Compote

"I threw this warm fruit dish together one Thanksgiving when I needed an additional side dish," Lisa Sharman says of her tangy combination of fresh apples and canned fruit. "It was such a hit that I'm still asked to bring it to family gatherings," she writes from Helena, Alabama.

Good Granola

Good Granola

Good Granola

This fun granola mix can be enjoyed by the handful or as a topping on yogurt, pudding or ice cream. "My husband and I have 10 children, and I feel good about them eating this for breakfast or anytime," sys Robin McKenzie of Union City, Pennsylvania.
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Quick Blueberry Syrup

Quick Blueberry Syrup

Quick Blueberry Syrup

With its great blueberry flavor, this syrup is delicious served over ice cream, pancakes or waffles.

Crunchy Homemade Granola

Crunchy Homemade Granola

Crunchy Homemade Granola

Cinnamon, nutmeg and honey add a dash of heartwarming charm to this crunchy homemade granola. "We like it over yogurt or milk, but it's also good on it's own as a snack," promises Oshkosh, Wisconsin's Margaret Potempa. New dietary recommendations encourage half of the grains in the diet to come from whole grains like the oatmeal in this recipe. Try sprinkling this granola on yogurt, salads, ice cream and baked winter squash to help meet your dietary goals.

Berry Best Smoothies

Berry Best Smoothies

Berry Best Smoothies

“This fun recipe is a wonderful way to use up over-ripened bananas and to help my family get 5 daily servings of fruit and veggies,” says Pamela Klim from Bettendorf, Iowa. “It’s so quick, easy and filling—and my kids absolutely love it!”

Fruit Slush Cups

Fruit Slush Cups

Fruit Slush Cups

This frosty favorite from Betty Webb of Nauvoo, Illinois is a great brunch basic or springtime snack. Pour the entire batch into one container to freeze, then scoop out single servings. Or spoon the colorful medley into individual plastic cups before freezing.

Apple Syrup

Apple Syrup

Apple Syrup

This delicious alternative to maple syrup makes a great change-of-pace topper for French toast and other morning meals. "My husband doesn't feel deprived when I serve this syrup with his waffles and pancakes," says Barbara Hill of Oil Springs, Ontario.

Grapefruit Alaska

Grapefruit Alaska

Grapefruit Alaska

You'll easily impress guests with this dessert. It takes some time to prepare, but the rave reviews I receive make it all worth it. —Peg Atzen, Hackensack, Minnesota

Toasted Muesli

Toasted Muesli

Toasted Muesli

"Here's a healthy start to the day that can be made ahead, then the crisp mixture can be eaten quickly on the way to work or school," notes Jennifer Wilson, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Fruit 'n' Oat Yogurt

Fruit 'n' Oat Yogurt

Fruit 'n' Oat Yogurt

This combination of yogurt, oats, fruit and nuts is a delicious alternative to standard oatmeal. "After sampling this yummy breakfast treat at my sister's, I had to have the recipe," says Susanne Melton of Mission Viejo, California. "It's healthy, quick to make—and tastes so good
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