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10 Breakfast Recipes For Summer

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10 Breakfast Recipes For Summer

Summer brings with it hotter temperatures, which can leave us feeling drained. So it’s especially important that you provide your body the fuel it needs to keep you energized for longer periods of time. Start your day of right with these refreshing, healthy summer breakfast recipes.

1. Best Yogurt Parfait Ever

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Let’s kick it off with what we think you’ll agree is a superior parfait. It calls for Greek yogurt, which is acclaimed for its rich levels of protein, and also naturally occurring probiotics without the bad bacteria that can weaken your immune system.

2. Spinach and Gruyere Quiche

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This quiche packs a spicy wallop of cayenne pepper. It also contains quite a bit of nutrients thanks to the spinach! Spinach contains flavonoids and antioxidants (beta carotene), which combat against many cancers such as ovarian, prostate, and breast cancer. Plus a recent released study concluded that eating a bowl of spinach a day could increase muscle efficiency. Why eat a bowl of spinach when you can mix it up in a tasty cheesy quiche!

3. Quick Berry Smoothie

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Sometimes the toughest part about fitting in that first meal of the day is finding enough time. But with a blender and the appropriate ingredients, you can have a streamlined breakfast that packs a hearty supply of nutrients from the strawberries and raspberries. This refreshing breakfast smoothie is ideal for those days you wake up and the sun is already shining down with a hot summer gaze.

4. Fancy French Toast

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For such a sweet breakfast treat this recipe’s awfully simple, and will bring out the inner-sweet tooth in all of us. The cinnamon works beautifully to add some spice to a rich, filling, fluffy egg-soaked bread. The only question you’ll find yourself asking after your piece of this toast is, Where’s the next one?

5. Banana Nut Granola

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This granola recipe results in up to 16 servings and helps you start your day off with potassium packed punch! High potassium intake is associated with a 20% lessened risk at dying from all causes. So basically, give yourself a chance at living longer and incorporate more granola into your diet.

6. Peach Bran Muffins

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There’s just something too right about summertime and refreshing juicy peaches; give your body an extra boost of fiber with these bran muffins that also include peaches. The vitamin C present within this recipe’s peach helps your body combat against free radicals and also keeps your skin looking healthier and wrinkle-free longer.

7. Coach Nicole’s Chewy Oat and Nut Granola Bars

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Unfortunately we sometimes don’t have enough time to sit down and enjoy a breakfast that isn’t horribly rushed for the sake of getting to work/class on time. Fortunately with these high-protein, high-fiber bars, we can deliver our body the core nutrients it needs to kickstart the day, with the last amount of time required possible.

8. Avocado Breakfast Pudding

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It might quite literally be impossible for you to start your day off any healthier than by eating this dish first thing in the morning. Avocados contain more potassium than bananas, and their calories are also 77% from fats, with oleic acid comprising the majority of these fats. In short, oleic acid curbs inflammation and has been shown to cut rish of developing certain kinds of cancer.

9. Basic Oven Omelet

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The biggest issue folks take with omelets is the time required to prepare the dish—by its nature, an omelet is no streamlined work of art. As luck would have it, the culinary gods have bestowed upon us a creation that’s every bit as tasty as a traditional omelet, while requiring much less hands-on attention. This oven omelet’s also great for when you have leftover veggies and/or meats that’d otherwise go to waste!

10. Eight-Ball Zucchini with Eggs Baked Inside

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The zucchini that dominates this recipe contains most, if not all, your body’s recommended vitamin C intake. What’s more is the egg helps pack an always needed protein punch to top it all off! As a final note, if you’re able to pull this dish off with success you’ll be torn over whether to eat the meal or just appreciate its aesthetic flawlessness. We’ll leave it up to you.

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