31 Trim and Healthy Breakfast Ideas
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My kids get sick of cereal, and I get sick of giving it to them. Even though I usually make a one-week breakfast menu and repeat it, sometimes I need new ideas. (I also have some full menus listed in my Menus and Meal Plans section, if you're interested.)
I previously posted 31 Trim Healthy Lunch Ideas, and 31 Trim Healthy Snack Ideas, and even 31 Trim Healthy Dessert Ideas. Those lists have been very useful to me lately. But this week I was floundering at breakfast time, and it occurred to me…I never made a post of 31 Trim Healthy Breakfast Ideas! So here it is – I hope you find it helpful!
BONUS BREAKFAST: I have a new favorite, so I had to add it here! This recipe for Super Low Carb Breakfast Burritos is SO good!
- Freezer Breakfast Burritos (S, with an E option) from WorkingatHomeschool.com (for a gluten-free option, check out Paleo tortillas)
- Peanut Butter Blizzard (S) from WorkingatHomeschool.com
- Scrambled Eggs (S) (try the Gordon Ramsey way!)
- Cheesy Eggs & Bacon (S)
- Eggs & Sausage (S) (check to make sure there is no added sugar in the sausage!)
- Lemon Berry Buckle (S) from Wonderfully Made and Dearly Loved
- Bacon, Cheddar, and Veggie Frittata (S) from Darcie's Dishes
- Easy Egg Muffins (S) from Joy in our Journey
- Fruit-filled Cream Cheese Tartlets (S) from Joy in our Journey
- Pumpkin Muffins (S) from Darcie's Dishes
- “Squashbrowns” (S) from Oh Sweet Mercy (You'll want to pair this with a protein source, like scrambled eggs)
- Strawberry Cheesecake Smoothie (S due to the cream cheese) from Dashing Dish (skip the graham cracker topping)
- 5-Ingredient Waffles (S) from Briana Thomas (try a big batch of these – they freeze well and make quick breakfasts in the morning)
- Turkey Sausage (Lean protein, could be used in an S or E) from Nana's Little Kitchen
- Quick Spinach and Egg Breakfast (S) from Nana's Little Kitchen
- Mom's Breakfast Casserole (S) from A Home with Purpose
- Lemon-Coconut Cake in a Mug (S) from Counting All Joy
- Overnight Oatmeal (FP) from The Sunny Patch
- Peppermint Patty Protein Shake (FP) from DashingDish.com (FP if you use low-fat cottage cheese)
- Big Boy Smoothie (FP) (page 242 in the first edition Trim Healthy Mama book)
- Trim Healthy Pancakes (E) (page 223 in the first edition Trim Healthy Mama book)
- Sweet Cinnamon Quinoa (E) (page 227 in the first edition Trim Healthy Mama book)
- Caramel Apple Pie Oatmeal (E) from Joy in our Journey
- Blueberry Muffins (E) from A Home with Purpose
- Caramel Apple Yogurt (E) from Oh Sweet Mercy
- Egg White Omelet (S or E) from Oh Sweet Mercy
- Easy Granola (E) from Briana Thomas
- Pumpkin Pie Baked Oatmeal (E) from Savvy Homemaking
- Chocolate Banana Bread (E) from Coers Family – this one is gluten-free if you use gluten-free oat bran flour
- Peach Cobbler Protein Shake (E) from Dashing Dish (please use fresh or frozen peaches unless you can find a canned option with no sugar)
- Lemon Blueberry Muffins (S)
Do you have the print out for the 31 days breakfast ideas?
I’m sorry, I don’t have one! That’s a great idea, though, and I’ll make sure to include one next time.
Wow!! This is awesome. I’m sure it was a lot of work. I’ve had serious problems starting this program. It’s just not sinking in. All this information you have here will simplify it for me.
Kathy, I’m so glad this is helpful for you. THM was really overwhelming for me at first, so I just started with breakfast and made sure I had the basics down -protein as the base, then E ingredients for an E meal or S ingredients for an S meal. Once I felt confident, I moved on to lunches, then dinners, and soon it was second nature. Please be reassured that I think it takes awhile to sink in with EVERYONE. It is so different from what we are used to eating! But it definitely works and it’s definitely worth it!
Thank you, very much! With the three adults in the house eating strong on THM, 7 kids (ages 5-17) tagging along mostly THM crossovers, now we found out one of them is Celiac. Your list helps soooo much! You are amazing. ❤
Anna-Marie, thank you so much for your kind words of encouragement! We’ve navigated the Celiac disease issue, and although it’s not fun it is very doable!
Thank you for sharing. I appreciate the recommendation you made to start with breakfast and get a handle on the program. I am having a hard time with breakfast and lunch, mainly because I work. I’m a teacher…breakfast needs to be something I can eat in the car and lunch has to be packable
I’m going to focus on one and get myself on track! 😃
Your recipe for apple pie muffins is sending me to a site in Chinese.
Thank you so much! It looks like their website is down so I swapped in a different recipe. 🙂