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7 Healthy At-Home Breakfast Recipes
A roundup of our favorite recipes for the most important meal of the day. By Melissa Romero
From applesauce porridge to tasty granola for when you’re on the run, there are plenty of creative meals to make for the most important meal of the day.
Comments () | Published March 22, 2013

We love breakfast here at Well+Being, but we don’t always have the time to enjoy it as much as we would like. Fortunately, over the past few months we’ve accumulated a number of delicious and healthy recipes to make in the morning that are all pretty easy to whip up. Now you have no excuse for skipping the most important meal of the day.

Vanilla-Almond Porridge With Applesauce
This porridge recipe will leave you full and satisfied for hours.

3 DIY Granola Recipes
When you’re really short on time, munching on one of these three granola mixes will tide you over.

Avocado-Raspberry Smoothie
Who knew avocado made such a yummy yogurt replacement?

Central American-Inspired Breakfast
When you want to treat your significant other to a really tasty breakfast on a weekend, try this—it’s got eggs, black beans, and tortillas.

Whole-Grain Oatmeal Pancakes
Ah, pancakes. This whole-grain twist on the diner staple tastes even better with homemade raspberry syrup.

Chocolate-Coconut Rice Pudding
Whip up this breakfast pudding and you’ll have leftovers for days. Plus the chocolate will satisfy your sweet tooth early in the day.

BONUS: Blueberry-Almond-Flax Breakfast Cookies
Some studies say breakfast for dessert can actually help you lose weight. But if a rich slice of chocolate cake is a little too much for you, these breakfast cookies should do the trick. 

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