28 Health Enthusiasts & Nutrition Experts Share Their Favorite Healthy Breakfast Ideas

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Some say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so you want to make it count with a nutritious breakfast that fuels your body and your brain for the day ahead. But what makes a healthy breakfast? What if you don’t have tons of time to cook a healthy meal from scratch in the morning? To help you discover healthy breakfast ideas that work for your lifestyle, we curated this list of healthy breakfast ideas, such as:

We’ll get to these and other healthy breakfast ideas later in this article, but first, let’s review what makes a breakfast healthy.

What Does a Healthy Breakfast Look Like?

A healthy breakfast offers a good balance of essential vitamins and minerals while fueling your body and mind for the day ahead. Opt for whole, unprocessed foods whenever possible, and try to incorporate various food groups such as whole grains, fresh fruits, vegetables, dairy, and protein-rich foods such as eggs and yogurt.

Of course, it’s not easy to find the time to prepare a healthy breakfast from scratch every morning. When you need a satisfying, nutrient-packed breakfast on the go, stop by your local Edible® Store for a healthy yet delicious smoothie and other in-store only treats. Try our Kale Komfort Smoothie to get your greens in. It’s a refreshing blend of honeydew, pineapple, kale, and freshly squeezed orange juice, making it an excellent way to start your day.

Our Pineapple Party Smoothie is another excellent choice, offering a tasty, fruity blend of pineapples, strawberries, and freshly squeezed orange juice, and our Bouquet Bliss Smoothie blends the best fruit flavors such as pineapple, strawberries, bananas, and orange juice.

If you like a bit of sweetness in the morning, chocolate can actually be a healthy choice when it’s combined with other wholesome ingredients. Our Cocoa Bananarama Smoothie, for instance, blends bananas and fudge sauce, while our Cocoa Berry Burst Smoothie is a perfect blend of fruit and chocolate flavors.

What Are the Best Healthy Breakfast Ideas?

For more delicious and healthy breakfast ideas you might want to try, we put out a call for ideas and curated responses below. (Note: Edible Arrangements® is not endorsing any of the companies or ideas discussed below, but we asked for suggestions to get some different perspectives.) Keep reading to find out what the contributors who responded to our query had to say about their favorite healthy breakfast ideas.

Matt ClaesMatt Claes


Matt Claes is the head coach and founder of Weight Loss Made Practical, a personal coaching company that helps busy people lose weight and keep it off.

“My favorite healthy breakfast idea is a bowl of rolled (or steel-cut) oats with Greek yogurt and frozen berries such as blueberries.

I really like oats because of their fiber and protein content. If you struggle with being hungry before lunch, you will be surprised at how effective oats are for avoiding this.

The Greek yogurt is great for ensuring the oats are not too dry. Additionally, they add some protein to this breakfast, which can help preserve and build muscle.

Additionally, yogurt can contain probiotics that are good for gut health and all the benefits that come with that.

Lastly, to top it off, your favorite frozen berries are great for adding some taste to the mix. I personally like blueberries. Not only for their taste but also for their fiber and healthy micronutrients like polyphenols.

Something else to note about this healthy breakfast is that you can make it in 5 minutes or less.

Since many people struggle with time during busy mornings, oats with yogurt and frozen berries can be a filling, tasty, and healthy breakfast idea to consider.”

Ashley SchueringAshley Schuering

Ashley Schuering is the blogger behind Confessions of a Grocery Addict, a food blog designed to share money-saving tricks, time-saving tips, and easy grocery hacks to make being the CFO (Chief Food Officer) of your family a little easier.

“I have some healthy breakfast ideas that I love.

Easy Gluten-Free Pumpkin Pie Baked Oatmeal:
Now that fall is in full swing, my pumpkin spice cravings are in full force. This Pumpkin Pie Baked Oatmeal is my homage to the season. It is an easy, 1-bowl, make-ahead breakfast that is filled with fiber, packed with vitamin A, and free of refined sugar. Serve it warm with a splash of cream to welcome sweater weather in style.

Instant Pot Sous Vide Style Egg Bites, 3 Ways:
These deliciously light and fluffy egg bites are the equivalent of mini restaurant-style frittatas that you can heat and eat throughout the week. Not only are they much cheaper than the sous vide egg bites at Starbucks, but they’re also endlessly versatile. Whip up a bunch this weekend with your Instant Pot and enjoy protein-packed breakfasts all week long.

Carrot Cake Oatmeal:
My Carrot Cake Oatmeal recipe tastes sinfully yummy but is actually packed with fiber, vitamins, and minerals with almost no naughty stuff involved. Give it a whirl next time you make breakfast to see how tasty healthy eating can be. This delicious and nutritious breakfast recipe comes together in about 10 minutes, making it doable even for sleepyheads like me.

Zucchini Bread Oatmeal:
If you’ve been looking for clever ways to sneak more veggies into your diet, this tasty breakfast recipe is for you! My Zucchini Bread Oatmeal is sweet and cinnamon-y like your favorite quick bread but is packed with good-for-you ingredients that’ll keep you full ’til lunchtime.

Healthy Whole Wheat Banana Muffins:
These absurdly moist and flavorful Healthy Whole Wheat Banana Muffins are my current make-ahead breakfast obsession. Packed with a double whammy of whole grains, these tasty treats are also entirely free of oil and refined sugar. Paired with a tablespoon of nut butter, they are my favorite post-workout snack!

Healthy-ish Chocolate Chip Banana Breakfast Bars:
If you ever find yourself with a glut of speckled bananas on your hands and want something other than banana bread to fill the void, try these lightly sweetened bars. They taste like a baked version of banana chocolate chip pancakes and use 5 overripe bananas. These healthy Banana Chocolate Chip Bars are a hybrid breakfast-dessert that is perfect for meal prep.

Baked Maple Walnut Banana Bread Donuts:
If you’re looking for a fun spin to put on boring ol’ banana bread, try this super easy baked donut recipe! All you need is some protein pancake mix and a handful of other pantry staples to use up those spotty, over-ripe Chiquitas languishing on your countertop. Healthy (ish) pastries, you say? These Baked Maple Walnut Banana Bread Donuts are a breakfast dream come true.”

Lisa RichardsLisa Richards


Lisa Richards is a nutritionist and author of The Candida Diet. She has been featured on Today, US News, Women’s Health
magazine, Huffington Post, Healthline, the San Francisco Chronicle, Reader’s Digest, Lifehack, Insider, and Well+Good, among others. Through her website, thecandidadiet.com, she explains the benefits of a low-sugar, anti-inflammatory diet.

“Overnight oats can be a great food to integrate into a weight loss diet plan.

The fiber content will increase satiety and help to prevent overeating and indulging in junk foods. The type of fiber in oats also works as a prebiotic, which will feed the good bacteria to improve gut health, which in turn is beneficial for weight and overall wellness.

Milled flaxseed can be easily added to overnight oat recipes to improve its metabolism-boosting qualities. Fiber and omega-3 fatty acids are nutrients that are thought to improve metabolism by reducing one’s risk of metabolic syndrome.

Adding ginger to an overnight oats recipe could increase metabolism by boosting the body’s internal temperature. Operating at a higher temperature can increase the number of calories the body must burn to function optimally. This ingredient can also improve lipid profiles along with glucose.”

Shelby StoverShelby Stover


Shelby is a Strength & Nutrition Coach and the person behind the blog Fitasamamabear.com. As a mom of three young girls and coach for the past ten years, Shelby now strives to make fitness and healthy living practical for busy moms.

“I’m a sucker for something like baked protein oatmeal, especially if it’s peanut butter chocolate chip!

Not only can you make it ahead of time and cook it while you’re getting ready, but the flavor combo is pretty much a life staple. Couple that with the fact that it’s protein-packed, and it’s an easy morning win!”

Lori Walker, MS, RDLori Walker


Lori Walker is a freelance writer on health and wellness. She shares easy healthy recipes on her blog, Easy Kitchen Guide.

“My favorite healthy breakfast idea is to start the day with a nutritious smoothie.

I always include fresh fruits and some protein powder or yogurt to ensure I’m getting
all the nutrients I need to start my day off right. This way, I know I’m getting in all the good stuff my body needs to function at its best. The protein powder will keep me full and satisfied until lunchtime, and the vitamins and minerals from the fruits will give me sustained energy throughout the morning. Plus, it’s a quick and easy breakfast I can enjoy on the go.”

Ravi DavdaRavi Davda

Ravi Davda is the CEO of Rockstar Marketing.

“After I left corporate banking, I started working as a personal trainer.

To me, having a healthy but quick and easy breakfast was important because I often started my day at 4:30 am, and I wanted something I could take with me on the go. I started experimenting with different things, but the healthy breakfast that worked best for me was an oat, banana, and whey protein smoothie.

All I do is get my protein shaker, mix 50g oats, 30g whey protein, a banana, 200ml of milk, and a small teaspoon of peanut butter, and blend it all together with my hand blender. I put the lid on, and it’s there to take. Even though I don’t work as a personal trainer anymore, it’s still one of my favorite healthy breakfasts, and I have it at least 5 times a week. It’s quick and simple, and best of all, healthy.”

Mika TomadaMika Tomada

Mika Tomada is a PR specialist from Pearl Lemon Cafe. They are partnered with PlantSumo, which makes healthy vegan meals.

“The idea with breakfast is that it’s meant to provide enough nutrition to start the day.

Being healthy and packing sufficient nutrients is what a meal should give you. One of our favorites is a meal for breakfast called overnight oats. It makes breakfasts banging with its rich fiber and protein content. It packs a delicious punch and would get your day started with the right amount of sustenance.”

Dan FarrantDan Farrant


Dan Farrant is the Founder & CEO at Hello Music Theory.

“The first recipe that made me think that maybe, just maybe, I could like oats for breakfast was blueberry baked oatmeal.

Replace the flax with two eggs if you’re not vegan or don’t have access to flax. Adding eggs will give the oats an additional protein boost while maintaining their toasted, nutty, and tasty qualities. Combine the nuts and seeds.

Instead of using both nuts and seeds, try using only almonds or only hemp seeds, or try adding another seed or nut altogether! Both chopped pecans and walnuts would be great. Limit the sugar. If you want baked oatmeal that is less sweet, leave off the sugar and increase the amount of maple syrup to 1/3 cup. During the spring and summer months, blueberries and strawberries go for frozen berries.”

Thomas WrightThomas Wright

Thomas Wright is the CEO of The Lipo Group.

“Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so it’s important to ensure you’re eating something healthy.

One of my favorite breakfast ideas is oatmeal with bananas, blueberries, and strawberries. I add a tablespoon of chia seeds and a tablespoon of almond milk to the oats and then top it off with some fresh fruit. This breakfast is filling and healthy, and it tastes great too.”

Dr. Staci HolwegerDr. Staci Holweger

Dr. Staci Holweger is the Founder and Dr. of Regenerative medicine at Lifepatches.

“Oatmeal is a great source of fiber and it’s really cheap, but it can get boring pretty quick.

It’s a lot better when you mix up your routine with various other delicious things like fruits and nuts or even different types of cereals like granola! You can also throw in some healthy fats with foods like avocados, nuts, or natural nut butter.”

Koralee BrunosKoralee Brunos

Koralee is a nutritional chef in Los Angeles that creates healthy dishes for professional athletes and celebrity clients. She is First Nations and was born and raised in Canada. She loves to get creative in the kitchen and offer fun new recipes to her clients that are both delicious and nutritious.

“My favorite healthy breakfast idea would include a hearty bowl of oatmeal topped with crunchy peanut butter and fresh berries.

Another yummy option I love to create would be an egg white veggie omelet topped with slices of avocado and a bowl of fresh fruit. Both options are perfect to satisfy a savory or sweet craving while keeping you full and energized throughout the day.”

Brian NageleBrian Nagele

Brian Nagele is the CEO of Restaurant Clicks, a blog for restaurant owners, a resource for foodies in the USA, and a former restaurant owner in Philadelphia.

“I usually have a banana for breakfast.

Bananas are an excellent choice for breakfast because they are high in potassium, Vitamin C, and fiber. They also help with digestion and can reduce hunger cravings.”

Jessica RandhawaJessica Randhawa

Jessica Randhawa is the head chef, recipe creator, photographer, and writer behind The Forked Spoon.

“The best healthy breakfast is a Green Smoothie made with a simple combination of fresh fruits and veggies, including sweet mango, peach, and nutritious spinach. Healthy and refreshing, green smoothies are perfect for breakfast or as a post-workout snack.”

Lionel MoraLionel Mora

Lionel Mora is the co-founder and CEO of Neoplants, a collective of passionate scientists, engineers, and plant lovers from all over the world creating the first generation of bioengineered plants that fight air pollution.

“My favorite breakfast sandwich is easy to make and highly satisfying.

I start with either a toasted bagel or English muffin, then I add butter or ghee (clarified butter). Next, I sprinkle nutritional yeast all over it for extra flavor. One boiled egg, sliced on top of that. And finally, I add micro greens and sprinkle them all over the top. I never get tired of this breakfast, and even my young daughter loves it.”

Dr. Antonio CuevaDr. Antonio Cueva

Dr. Cueva is a board-certified general surgeon at Renew Bariatrics, a self-pay bariatric surgery center that helps consumers find affordable bariatric surgery for those who lack insurance or are underinsured.

“Since breakfast is the first meal of the day, you want it to be something that will give you sustained energy throughout the day.

Many people opt for unhealthy breakfast options because they’re easy and quick, but there are plenty of healthy breakfast ideas out there that are just as convenient.

One healthy breakfast idea that I would recommend is overnight oats. Overnight oats are a great option because you can make them ahead of time, and they’re packed with nutrients. To make overnight oats, simply combine rolled oats, milk, yogurt, fruit, and nuts in a jar and refrigerate overnight. In the morning, you’ll have a delicious and nutritious breakfast
that is ready to go.

If you have more time to spare in the morning, prepare something with protein, healthy fats, and complex carbs. Having a well-rounded breakfast like this will give you sustained energy throughout the day and help you reach your daily nutrient goals. A good example of this combination would be avocado toast — whole-grain toast topped with avocado, egg, bacon, and tomato. You can add or switch up toppings as you like, but this combination will give you everything you need to start your day off right.”

Kathryn Bonilla StricklandKathryn Bonilla Strickland, RDN

Kathryn Bonilla Strickland is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with over 5 years of experience working in her field in a clinical setting.

“My favorite healthy breakfast in the morning is scrambled tofu with spinach and tomatoes with a side of fruit. This delicious plant-based breakfast is good for anyone, including those with diabetes.”

Dan PaulDan Paul

Dan is the Owner of SportsCalorie.com. Dan calls himself a sports freak. He changed his life thanks to cycling and now shares his experience with people worldwide. Dan likes to write about cycling, sports, and health.

“When I wake up, I drink a glass of water to rehydrate my body.

After that, I start to prepare my favorite breakfast — an omelet.


  • Garlic
  • Onion
  • Pepper
  • Tomato
  • Spinach
  • Eggs

Cut vegetables into thin strips. Add one tablespoon of olive oil to the hot pan and mix the vegetables. After frying up the vegetables, add two to four eggs to the mix and mix it up. Your meal should be ready within 3-4 minutes.

Total calories: 380
Protein: 33G
Fats: 20G
Carbs: 6G”

Katherine BarlowKatherine Barlow

Katherine Barlow is the Co-founder of Wellyx. Being a business graduate and following a fitness-centric lifestyle urged Katherine to start something in the fitness industry. Well-versed tech, fitness, and business knowledge concluded in the making of Wellyx, a management software for the fitness and wellness industry.

“In my opinion, breakfast is the fuel to start your day, so ensuring a high-nutrient meal is mandatory.

Nothing can beat eggs down for me when it comes to eating healthy. The fact that there are multiple ways to make eggs makes them my absolute favorite. You can fry an egg or boil it, and if you feel a little more creative, adding butter and veggies can level up your egg breakfast.

You can add an egg to multiple other things and create a new dish. Eggs, like potatoes, almost work with anything and always turn out delicious. Eat them with toast or add them to your salads; it’s all your choice. You can also add a cup of coffee to boost your energy levels and prepare for your day.”

Jenny ZhangJenny Zhang


Jenny is a health coach and nutrition nut with a Bachelor’s degree in Science. She believes living an organic and natural lifestyle is healthier for you and your family and better for the environment.

“My favorite healthy breakfast is Spinach and Tomato Frittata.

Eggs have high-quality protein that contains vitamin B-12 and vitamin D. At the same time, spinach is high in calcium, magnesium, iron, and vitamin A, giving a range of vital vitamins and minerals. Tomatoes are the primary dietary source of the antioxidant lycopene, reducing the risk of heart disease and cancer. This nutritious breakfast tastes great and gives me energy. It doesn’t hurt that it has amazing health benefits and helps me meet the daily nutrient recommendations.

Spinach and Tomato Frittata

  • 2 large eggs
  • ½ cup spinach, chopped or torn into small pieces
  • 2 tablespoons chopped tomatoes
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • ½ tablespoon olive oil


  • Crack the eggs into a bowl and whisk the mixture well until blended.
  • Add the spinach, tomatoes, and salt to the bowl and mix well.
  • Place a skillet on the stove, add the olive oil, and turn the heat to medium heat.
  • Add the egg mixture and cook for 2 minutes. Then carefully flip the eggs to let the other side cook.
  • When cooked, remove from the heat and serve immediately.
  • Enjoy!”

Elizabeth QuinnElizabeth Quinn


Elizabeth Quinn is a Certified Nutrition Specialist at The Whole Story LLC with a virtual practice based in southern Virginia. She provides personalized nutritional care from a functional perspective. She can help you cut through the confusion and figure out what foods are best for you.

“I love a savory Mediterranean-style breakfast.

Here are my ingredients:

  • 3 ounces feta cheese, sliced
  • 4-5 green olives
  • 1/4 cup walnut halves
  • 3-4 pieces pickled okra
  • 6 slices cucumber and/or sliced tomato

To increase protein, add 3 ounces of sliced ham or turkey. If you have a sweet tooth, add a couple dried apricots or figs. Not everyone is a fan of pickled okra, so substitute your pickled or fermented veggie of your choice!

Additional Info:

This breakfast provides at least 3 different fruits and vegetables, so you can get a head start on getting the 7 or more recommended servings. If you add the meat, you will get 30 grams of protein. Pickled or fermented vegetables are beneficial for your digestion and your microbiome.

The Mediterranean diet is evidence-based to increase life expectancy and reduce the risk of several major chronic diseases.”

Lisa LottsLisa Lotts

Lisa Lotts is the Owner/Publisher and chief dishwasher of Garlic and Zest, a recipe and cooking website that boasts about 1,000 recipes along with step by step photos and videos to help home cooks master the dish.

“One of my favorite (and easiest) healthy breakfasts is this simple Broccoli Frittata.

It’s easy to assemble and is ready to eat in about 25 minutes. It’s got farm-fresh eggs, quick-blanched broccoli, and sweet roasted red peppers with a sprinkle of cheddar cheese for good measure. This frittata looks fancy, but anyone can make it with equally good results.”

Vera KutsenkoVera Kutsenko

Vera Kutsenko is a nature enthusiast, garden design expert, and founder and CEO of Neverland, an online home garden and lawn marketplace that connects buyers with thousands of SMBs across the USA.

“An Avocado & Egg Brown Rice Bowl is my favorite breakfast idea. It’s inspired by Tamago Kake Gohan, a Japanese rice bowl. So, it’s full of flavor and is super healthy.

The best part about this meal is its creamy, risotto-like texture. It’ll almost melt in your mouth and make you crave more.

It’s not very difficult to whip up, either. Just cook some brown rice and add them to a small bowl. Crack an egg over the hot rice and stir it quickly. To add flavor, you can add tamari, soy sauce, rice vinegar, scallions, or sesame seeds. Then pair it with avocados and pickles, and you’re good to go.”

PuppyHeroRichard West

Richard West is the Founder of PuppyHero. At Puppy Hero, they are committed to helping individuals and families find the perfect family pet.

“Breakfast Oats are the way to go when you want to keep your energy levels high during the day.

They are loaded with fiber and complex carbohydrates. This helps ensure that your energy levels remain stable throughout the day.

You can make oats a unique breakfast item by adding different toppings. You can add seeds, jams, and even nuts. This will keep your breakfast experience exciting, and you won’t get bored of having oats every day. Make baked oatmeal or homemade granola to liven up your tastebuds.”

Rory MarlesRory Marles

Rory Marles is an athlete from Perth, Australia who writes about sport and fitness on RoryMarles.com to encourage a healthy lifestyle.

“My favorite healthy breakfast idea is Greek yogurt with honey, sprinkled with granola, and then sliced banana added on top.

Not only does it taste incredible, but it perfectly fuels me for the morning. I would recommend everyone give it a try. It only takes a couple minutes to make!”

Diana EdelmanDiana Edelman


Diana Edelman is the founder of Vegans, Baby, a business dedicated to making vegan life easier and vegan dining more approachable. She holds an ongoing partnership with the renowned James Beard Foundation, where she’s responsible for curating chef-driven plant-based dinners at the famous James Beard House. Her work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Shondaland, and more.

“For breakfast, I have two healthy, simple, and tasty options for the on-the-go folks (which is always me):

Try the Trader Joe’s acai bowls! The bowl is loaded with antioxidants — plus it just feels good to eat. I could make it on my own, but the fact that there’s a bowl that’s already made (and so much less expensive than going out to get one) with toppings included makes it a perfect, energizing, and time-saving breakfast.

For a more savory breakfast, the JUST Egg scramble is an excellent and healthy alternative to eggs. It has protein and is cholesterol-free. Plus, it’s an easy way to get some nutrients in the morning, especially when I toss in some veggies and make it a veggie scramble or omelet.”

Blanca GarciaBlanca Garcia, RDN

Blanca Garcia is a Nutrition Specialist at Health Canal. Blanca is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and freelance writer from Los Angeles, California. She has more than 8 years of experience in nutrition and dietetics.

“Out of all the breakfast types, my favorite is always the one that is the easiest to do with the ingredients quickly found in the home. My favorite breakfast is a toasted slice of whole-wheat bread with two sunny side eggs sprinkled with black pepper, hot sauce, and half a slice of avocado. Although this has been a trendy breakfast for the last few years, this is a breakfast I grew up with in my Salvadoran household.

Egg and avocado toast:

  • 1 slice of wheal wheat bread
  • 2 eggs sunny side up, with black pepper
  • ½ avocado
  • Dash of hot sauce

We were poor, but we always had bread, eggs, and avocados. To this day, this is a staple breakfast, and I always have fond memories when eating it. This breakfast is the best for days when I am in a hurry; the food also gives me a sensation of satiety and energizes me.”

Natalia GrajcarNatalia Grajcar

Natalia is the co-founder of Natu.Care.

“My favorite breakfast, which I make almost every morning and probably never get bored with, is an omelet with yogurt and berries.

After trying many different recipes, I finally perfected it, and it always comes out great! Eating a balanced, nutritious breakfast with protein will keep you full until lunchtime and prevent snacking between meals or overeating. It’s a healthy alternative for those that love a sweet breakfast, and it tastes like a dessert! I also recommend it for when you have a sweet craving during the day.

The recipe:

An omelet:

  • 2 medium eggs
  • 2 tablespoons of oats
  • Half a banana
  • A pinch of salt


  • Greek yogurt – I use lactose-free 0% fat
  • Raspberries and blueberries
  • Almond flakes
  • Half a teaspoon of chia seeds
  • A pinch of Ceylon cinnamon

Use a blender to mix the dough for the omelet, or mix it by hand. I choose coconut oil and fry it on low heat.

Oats are a great source of fiber, B vitamins, iron, magnesium, selenium, and zinc and are high in protein. They make an ideal option if you’re looking for a nutritious breakfast. Additionally, they promote the release of a peptide YY, which is responsible for keeping you full for longer.

Adding eggs to breakfast, which are high in protein, supports muscle synthesis. Egg yolks are rich in lutein and zeaxanthin — antioxidants vital for eye health. Eggs also contain choline, which prevents brain and liver issues.

Bananas are rich in potassium, vitamin C, folate, and antioxidants. They reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease thanks to their high fiber content.

Greek yogurt is not only full of vitamins, e.g., calcium, B12, phosphorus, zinc, and potassium, but it’s a great source of probiotics crucial for gut health and digestion.

Berries are full of antioxidants and high in fiber. They contain only 50-85 kcal per cup. Regular consumption reduces inflammation, positively impacts our brain, and lowers the risk of heart disease.

Nuts provide healthy fats and fiber. Almonds are beneficial for lean muscle mass and reducing belly fat. They can be eaten as a snack when you’re on the go, but to get the most benefits, eat almonds in the morning.

Ceylon cinnamon is a different type of cinnamon than the most popular option found in most households — cassia. Ceylon cinnamon is not only more delicate in taste and lighter in color, but it also contains many more health benefits. It has cancer-fighting enzymes, lowers blood pressure, and supports Alzheimer’s prevention. Cinnamon is especially worth adding to smoothies, oatmeal, or pancakes. It elevates the taste of many dishes and doesn’t take much effort while adding many health benefits.

Chia seeds are a great source of fiber and are especially beneficial for those looking for ways to stop snacking in between meals. Fiber eliminates toxins built up in our intestines and regulates bowel movements. Regular consumption of chia seeds promotes belly fat reduction.”

Geri TerryGeri Terry

Geri Terry is a veteran LeNotre-trained french pastry chef of over 10 years based in Katy, Texas. She founded Ketonia with her son, John Terry, to help make the ketogenic diet more enjoyable and more effective by offering the best in gourmet artisan ketogenic baked goods.

“My favorite healthy breakfast idea is Keto Lemon Almond Breakfast Cake.

This keto breakfast cake is the stay-at-home brunch recipe of your dreams. It is easy to make, delicious, fluffy, and most importantly — low-carb and keto!”

Eating a healthy breakfast — such as a breakfast smoothie, wholesome egg-white omelets, avocado toast, acai bowls, Greek yogurt with fruit, and more — doesn’t have to be difficult. There are plenty of healthy breakfast ideas to choose from, and when you’re in a rush or simply craving some chocolate or fruity goodness, visit your local Edible Arrangements® store for a deliciously satisfying smoothie. It’s a healthy breakfast that you can grab and go!