These simple-to-make buckwheat crepes are stuffed to the brim with vegetables and cheese then baked in a luscious creamy yogurt sauce.
These flavorful, slightly sweet muffins make a low-calorie breakfast.
These creamy, cheesy egg cups can be made up to a day in advance. Prepare ingredients in ramekins as directed (without baking) and keep in the fridge. About 15 to 20 minutes before you're ready to serve, simply place them in the water bath and pop them in the oven.
No need for an English muffin here – our poached eggs are served over roasted tomatoes with a creamy, yogurt-based hollandaise-style sauce smothered over top.
These protein-rich patties are kissed with just a touch of maple syrup and topped with fresh, sweet cinnamon-spiced apples for a meal that works equally well for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Opt for a sweet red variety of apple that will hold its shape when cooked, such as Braeburn or McIntosh.
Break out your waffle iron and try this deceptively simple meal for breakfast, brunch or an easy dinner.
No reason to deny yourself an indulgent brunch thanks to this classic and clean eggs benedict recipe.
Store-bought granola usually contains a whack of refined sugar that takes your blood sugar on a roller-coaster ride. In our recipe, we eliminate the white stuff by making our granola from scratch using quinoa, oats, coconut and applesauce. Layered with fresh blueberries and a drizzle of maple syrup, it’s a gluten-free breakfast that’s easy to grab and go.
If you’re in the habit of grabbing a hot egg sandwich on your way to work, this is the breakfast for you. Make these burritos in advance, then wrap them up and freeze. When you wake up in the morning, simply pop one in the oven to heat while you’re getting ready, then take it with you on the go – it’s genius!
This hearty breakfast casserole, stuffed with blueberry cheesecake filling (yes, that's the clean version) is sinful to be sure, but only - believe it - 285 calories!
Trade your oats for quinoa, the perfect base for our coconut-laced breakfast porridge topped with nuts and berries or figs.
This revamped breakfast favorite, with a creamy ricotta sauce and fresh berries, tastes like the real thing – only ours are also full of satiating fiber!
With more fiber and less fat than your typical deli bagel with cream cheese and lox, this pocket still delivers savory speedy satisfaction. Protein-rich pouched or canned salmon in lieu of the traditional smoked and cured variety kicks loads of sodium and nitrites out of the picture.
To choose an acorn squash, look for an unblemished fruit that's heavy for its size. If possible, buy one or two more than you'll need for this recipe: The winter squash is truly versatile and can be baked in the oven, sauteed, steamed, mashed of pureed for a seasonal soup.
We've topped cumin-rubbed corn tortillas with mozzarella and scrambled eggs, then piled high a mixture of black beans, avocado, crunchy poblano chiles and a splash of lime for an intensely flavorful and textured start to your day.
Mighty little sunflower seeds have been shown to reduce the risk of developing asthma, high blood pressure, rheumatoid arthritis, colon cancer, diabetes and heart disease. That and their great taste are why we chose to feature them in this clean granola recipe.
This Middle Eastern dish traditionally consists of eggs poached in a tomato-based broth. To further enhance your satisfaction, we've added artichoke hearts, roasted red peppers and potatoes, still keeping the total time at 40 minutes! Try it for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
If you thought baking your own bread was too difficult, this light and easy clean eating whole wheat bread recipe will make a convert of you. Eric Pater, our Success Story champ and chef at City Cafe in Rochester, Minnesota, created this recipe that you can store in your arsenal for years to come.
If pork chops for breakfast seem uncommon, it may be time to treat yourself to a little Southern comfort! And, while warmed apples are a popular morning side, don't limit yourself to this single fruit: firm pears or nectarines will work nicely here, too.