We all know how important it is to eat breakfast, but it’s hard enough to get everything going in the morning when you don’t have to wonder if you’ll be able to get out of bed. It’s all about planning ahead and making it easy, while still making healthy choices. If you have food-related migraine triggers, remember to adjust recipes accordingly.
Crustless Mini Quiches
There are a few different recipes floating around the Web for these easy little egg quiches that skip the unnecessary carbs and calories of a crust. They’re easy to make easy and freeze extremely well. Feel free to use the main recipe and add what you like and skip what you don’t. These are just examples.
Egg & Spinach Quiche Cups
Crustless Mini Quiches
Breakfast Cookies, Muffins & Bars
These are nice for days when you don’t even feel well enough to use the microwave. You can be ready to eat immediately and still have something pretty good for you, especially when paired with a banana and some yogurt.
Banana Peanut Butter Breakfast Muffins
Ellie Krieger’s Breakfast Cookies
Healthified Oatmeal Peanut Butter Breakfast Cookies
Banana Cranberry Oat Bars
Carrot Ginger Muffins
Healthified Blueberry Orange Muffins
Fresh Takes on Oatmeal
Some really creative food bloggers have shared recipes for awesome twists on traditional (sometimes boring) oatmeal. Here are some examples:
Carrot Cake Oatmeal
Chocolatey Peanut Butter Oatmeal
Crisp Apple Pie Oatmeal (in photo)
Salted Caramel Cocoa Oatmeal Bowl
Other options to keep on hand
Anything can be breakfast. It doesn’t have to be bacon and eggs. These are good foods to have on hand as healthy options for breakfast or a meal or snack any time of day.
low fat cottage cheese
whole grain, fiber rich cereal
whole grain tortillas
canned fruit (in its own juice)
lean ham or turkey
whole grain English muffins
multigrain frozen waffles
What ideas can you share of healthy, fast, easy breakfasts that you rely on as a person with a chronic condition to cope with?
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