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Low Sodium Breakfast Recipes

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Warm Fruit Compote with Cream Cheese Topping

Warm Fruit Compote with Cream Cheese Topping

Warm Fruit Compote with Cream Cheese Topping

"This sunny-colored medley smells so good while it cooks," says Page Alexander of Baldwin City, Kansas. "The cream cheese topping adds a touch of elegance to individual servings of the not-too-sweet fruit."

Gingered Melon

Gingered Melon

Gingered Melon

We enjoy this dish for brunch and as an after-school snack. For get-togethers, let guests spoon their melon from a large serving bowl and put on their own toppings.—Patricia Richardson, Verona, Ontario

Simply Fruit

Simply Fruit

Simply Fruit

Young and old alike will enjoy this fun fruit medley featuring banana, kiwifruit, oranges and grapes. A dollop of yogurt with brown sugar tops off this nourishing sweet treat from our Test Kitchen.
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Country Breakfast Cereal

Country Breakfast Cereal

Country Breakfast Cereal

With this hearty eye-opener, rice is nice in any meal of the day! It's a delicious alternative to oatmeal. Top it with fresh strawberries, raspberries or blueberries.—USA Rice Council, Houston, Texas

Sweet Broiled Grapefruit

Sweet Broiled Grapefruit

Sweet Broiled Grapefruit

I was never a fan of grapefruit until I had it broiled at a Florida restaurant—it was so tangy and delicious! I finally got the recipe and now make it often for husband Ron, myself and our children and grandchildren. —Terry Bray, Auburndale, Florida

Vegetable Quiche

Vegetable Quiche

Vegetable Quiche

"I've made and served this tasty dish for a long time," reports Elnora Johnson of Union City, Tennesee. "It has a unique rice crust and really holds up well for cutting."

Puffy Apple Omelet

Puffy Apple Omelet

Puffy Apple Omelet

Meet the Cook: With all the eggs our chickens produce, I could make this omelet every day! I guess I consider it to be mostly a festive dish, but you could fix it anytime...including for a light supper. Growing up in a big family - seven children - of big eaters, I started cooking early. Now, I have a husband who likes to eat! We're the parents of one son, 8, and two daughters, 6 and 4. -Melissa Davenport, Campbell, Minnesota

Spiced Prunes

Spiced Prunes

Spiced Prunes

I like to serve these special prunes with meats or a cottage cheese salad or as a breakfast fruit.—Alcy Thorne, Los Molinos, California

Apple Orange Syrup

Apple Orange Syrup

Apple Orange Syrup

"You're sure to like the fruity flavor of this simple syrup," assures Mavis Diment of Marcus, Iowa. "With just three ingredients, it's an effortless alternative to traditional maple syrup."

Apple-Banana Oatmeal

Apple-Banana Oatmeal

Apple-Banana Oatmeal

"This special oatmeal gets me going in the morning and makes me feel great all day," reports Linda Hocking of Mackay, Idaho. "My husband and son race mountain bikes, so they need foods like this that provide energy."

Chilly Melon Cups

Chilly Melon Cups

Chilly Melon Cups

"This cool treat is stored in the freezer so it's always handy," says field editor Katie Koziolek of Hartland, Minnesota." It's a great way to use what's left from a fruit platter or melon boat."
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