Reviewed by Dietitian Jessica Ball, M.S., RD
The aftermath of eating too much sugar can be quite uncomfortable sometimes, but one step you can take to heal the added sugar hangover is to eat high-fiber, low-added-sugar breakfast recipes like these. Each serving contains no more than 3 grams of added sugar and at least 6 grams of fiber to help you get your mind and body re-energized with healthy nutrients. Flavorful breakfasts like our Chickpea & Potato Hash and Savory Oatmeal with Cheddar, Collards & Eggs can help you feel nourished and satisfied as you start your day.
Chickpea & Potato Hash
The eggs cook right on top of this chickpea and potato hash--cook them a few extra minutes if you prefer hard-set eggs. Serve with warm pita bread and a cucumber salad with mint and yogurt.
Breakfast Salad with Egg & Salsa Verde Vinaigrette
Salad for breakfast? Don't knock it until you've tried it. We love how this meal gives you 3 whole cups of vegetables to start your day.
Savory Oatmeal with Cheddar, Collards & Eggs
Have you tried savory oats yet? It's a nice change-up from the sweet way oatmeal is typically served, plus you get a full serving of vegetables. Serve with hot sauce, if desired.
Spinach & Egg Scramble with Raspberries
This quick egg scramble with hearty bread is one of the best breakfasts for weight loss. It combines protein-packed eggs and superfood raspberries with filling whole-grain toast and nutrient-rich spinach. The protein and fiber help fill you up and keep you going through the morning.
Cherry-Berry Smoothie Bowl
This healthy smoothie bowl features three of the best foods to eat to reduce inflammation: tart cherry juice, spinach and avocado. If you don't have spinach on hand, swap in another dark leafy green. This smoothie bowl provides 18 grams of fiber—enough to help keep you full until lunchtime.
Spinach & Fried Egg Grain Bowls
Wheat berries, a nutty-tasting whole grain with a pleasantly chewy texture, are the base of this hearty breakfast bowl recipe. The fiber-rich grain freezes very well, so cook up a batch to stash away for salads, bowls and more. Topped with spinach, peanuts and an egg, these bowls make for a satisfying breakfast. Sprinkle with crushed red pepper for extra heat.
The Only Basic Overnight Oats Recipe You'll Ever Need
A simple base for an easy breakfast, this recipe requires nothing more than stirring and sitting. Jazz them up with your favorite toppings, whether savory or sweet, to make a breakfast worth waking up for.
Coconut Flour Pancakes
These gluten-free, low-carb coconut flour pancakes have a light texture and subtle nutty flavor. They're great with a pat of butter and maple syrup, but if you prefer to keep the carbs down, skip the maple syrup and serve with a handful of fresh berries instead.
Avocado Toast with Egg, Arugula & Bacon
In this satisfying avocado-egg toast recipe, try full-flavored, high-fiber bread, like a hearty slice of German-style rye or seeded multigrain from your favorite bakery. To turn this into a portable breakfast, swap the toast for a whole-wheat English muffin or wrap.
Artichoke & Egg Tartine
For a Mediterranean-inspired breakfast, serve up fried or poached eggs on top of sautéed artichokes and toast. If you can't find frozen, be sure to rinse canned artichoke hearts well—they're saltier than frozen. Serve with hot sauce on the side, if desired.
Breakfast Beans with Microwave-Poached Egg
In Costa Rica, this popular breakfast bean dish is called gallo pinto, which means spotted rooster, referring to the dark beans amid the pale rice. We call for cooked barley here, but you can use whatever leftover cooked grain you may have on hand.
This open-faced egg sandwich has a bit of southwestern flair with avocado and fresh salsa. And while you'd normally expect it served on toast or an English muffin, we've switched things up by serving it on a whole-grain waffle.
Start your morning off right with this hot bowl of oatmeal, flavored with cocoa powder and fresh raspberries.
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