Non Sugary Foods Ideas for Breakfast

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Looking for alternative ideas to sugary cereals and sweets to feed you and the kiddos for breakfast?  Here, parents list their favorite morning meals that are easy to prepare. Mix your morning up...

 

- eggs

- sausage

- toast/gluten free waffle with peanut butter/all fruit jam,

- no sugar muffins

- bagels with cheese or cream cheese,

- smoothies,

- low sugar granola (I make it with very little maple syrup) with milk

- oatmeal

- fruit

-breakfast burritos

- black bean quesadillas

- whole grain toast with ricotta, or with pesto and mozzarella

- whole wheat English muffins with cheddar

- chickpea pancake (Mark Bittman, delicious), with a side of feta

- sweet potato pancakes with sour cream

- ham and gruyere loaf (http://www.nytimes.com/2010/07/14/dining/14cake.html?ref=dining)

- cheddar scones (make dough ahead and freeze unbaked)

- oat bran with brown sugar, cinnamon, and bananas mashed in (1t brown sugar is enough to sweeten four servings)

- I love egg muffins . It s basically eggs veggies/meat/cheese or whatever baked in muffin tins. Pinterest has tons of recipes and you can make a bunch all at

- "egg muffins". It's basically eggs veggies/meat/cheese or whatever baked in muffin tins. Pinterest has tons of recipes and you can make a bunch all at once and use throughout the week.

- Steel cut oatmeal

- whole grain slice of bread heated in a toaster oven with feta or queso blanco on top

- cheesy corn muffins

- arepas (the easiest are the ones you can buy in the supermarket and make like pancakes with cheese - it's a red package P.A.N. brand it says sweet corn mix and it's not very sweet, but you can also make a batch of regular arepas, cook them, freeze them, and just pop them in the toaster oven for a few minutes - here's a sample recipe <http://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/1015180-colombian-corn-and-cheese-arepas> I mix it up by adding yogurt and different kinds of cheese and I usually just do them in the stove top. will have to try this method)

- crepes (rolled with whatever you want to put in them, I like a little bit of jam & grated cheese)

- baguette with butter, avocado & country ham (idea stolen from wichcraft)