Healthy Cooking Breakfast Recipes

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"What's in the Fridge" Frittata

"What's in the Fridge" Frittata

"What's in the Fridge" Frittata

Great for a last-minute breakfast, brunch or lunch, guests rave about the crab and Swiss combination in this frittata. I also like to use sausage and cheddar with asparagus or whatever's in season—and in the fridge. —Deborah Posey, Virginia Beach, Virginia

Makeover Brie and Sausage Brunch Bake

Makeover Brie and Sausage Brunch Bake

Makeover Brie and Sausage Brunch Bake

The aroma of this lower-fat egg bake with all the flavor of the original will have mouths watering! —Becky Hicks, Forest Lake, Minnesota

Green Eggs and Ham Sandwiches

Green Eggs and Ham Sandwiches

Green Eggs and Ham Sandwiches

This is my kid-friendly version of green eggs and ham. For my adult version, I use prosiuitto instead of ham and fontina cheese for the provolone. It's a fun sandwich for breakfast, lunch or dinner. —Beth Dauenhauer, Pueblo, Colorado

Chia Orange Yogurt

Chia Orange Yogurt

Chia Orange Yogurt

I love the sweet combination of vanilla and yogurt in the morning; it makes me feel like I'm eating dessert for breakfast. —Marion McNeill, Mayfield Heights, Ohio

Baked Peach Pancake

Baked Peach Pancake

Baked Peach Pancake

This dish makes for a dramatic presentation. I usually take it right from the oven to the table, fill it with peaches and sour cream and serve it with bacon or ham. Whenever I go home, my mom (the best cook I know) asks me to make this. —Nancy Wilkinson, Princeton, New Jersey

Oh-So-Good Oatmeal

Oh-So-Good Oatmeal

Oh-So-Good Oatmeal

“Add extra nutrition to fiber-rich oatmeal by adding chopped apple with the peel and chopped almonds. My two boys demand seconds!” At 1-1/2 cups per serving, it's hearty and filling; and at zero cholesterol, what's not to love? Danielle Pepa - Elgin, Illinois

Banana Oatmeal Pancakes

Banana Oatmeal Pancakes

Banana Oatmeal Pancakes

These pancakes have less sodium per serving than other pancakes made from mixes. Decrease sodium even further by stretching the mix with banana, oats and walnuts. In our house we just sprinkle these with a little confectioners' sugar, because the fruit is so sweet you don't need syrup. — Patricia Swart, Galloway , New Jersey

Good-Morning Granola

Good-Morning Granola

Good-Morning Granola

This is ridiculously easy to make and has lots of healthy ingredients. It's a great way to start your day or to keep you going. With pretty packaging, it makes a nice gift or bake sale item. —Mary Bilyeu, Ann Arbor, Michigan

Chicken Club Brunch Ring

Chicken Club Brunch Ring

Chicken Club Brunch Ring

A few tubes of reduced-fat crescent rolls make this impressive recipe a snap. I fill the ring with chicken salad, and serve warm slices with mustard-flavored mayonnaise. —Rebecca Clark of Warrior, Alabama

Crunchy Apple Salad Side

Crunchy Apple Salad Side

Crunchy Apple Salad Side

“With fiber-rich fruit, light dressing and crunchy walnuts, this is a great snack. Try it with low-fat granola.”—Kathy Armstrong, Post Falls, Idaho

Oat Waffles

Oat Waffles

Oat Waffles

"These family favorites have more fiber and less fat than standard waffles," shares Karen Hayes from Danville, Virginia. "My 2 year-old daughter loves them with fresh berries."
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