Breakfast food doesn’t have to be fussy! Start your day strong with these 12 no-fuss breakfast ideas:

YOGURT PARFAIT

Mix a cup of yogurt with muesli and fresh or thawed frozen fruit.

FRUIT, CHEESE & NUTS

Slice an apple or pear with cheese and a handful of raw nuts.

COTTAGE CHEESE

Mix with pineapple wedges and whole grain cereal.

SPROUTED GRAIN TOAST

Top with avocado and a hard boiled or over-easy egg.

SUNNY-SIDE-UP EGG

On a whole grain English muffin or toast with spinach leaves.

MULTIGRAIN WAFFLE

Top with almond butter and raisins.

OVERNIGHT OATS

Prep breakfast for the week! Here is a good recipe.

COOKED OATMEAL

Mix with 2 tbsp of peanut butter, berries and banana slices.

HOMEMADE SMOOTHIE

Blend 1 cup of yogurt with a banana, strawberries, 1 tbsp of wheat germ or flax seed, and water or milk to thin.

BREAKFAST PIZZA

Toast whole wheat naan bread topped with tomato sauce, tomato slices, sliced mushrooms, arugula, feta and a pinch of red pepper flakes.

BREAKFAST BURRITO

Wrap a scrambled egg, diced tomatoes or salsa and 2 tbsp shredded cheese in a whole wheat tortilla.

EGG MUFFIN CUPS

Make these ahead and freeze them! Option to substitute egg whites with whole eggs.

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