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29 Breakfasts That Will Inspire You To Eat Better This Year

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1. Raspberry Rainbow Bowl

This is super flexible, depending on what kind of fruits, seeds, and other toppings you like, but the smoothie base is a simple blend of frozen raspberries, banana, goji berries, and a little almond milk. Get the recipe.

2. Sautéed Kale Salad with Edamame & Brown Rice

Will 2015 finally be the year of the savory, protein-packed breakfast? Your metabolism hopes so. Get the recipe.

3. Sweet Potato Pie Oats

Sweet potatoes are Really, Really Good For You. They also happen to make a fabulous, filling, and creamy base for your morning cereal. Get the recipe.

4. Healthy Berry Yogurt Smoothie

No funny business, just your favorite little fruits. Get the recipe.

5. Banana Blueberry Coconut Bread

Eats like a treat, but this bread is full of whole grains, dairy-free, and uses coconut oil and maple syrup instead of butter and sugar. Get the recipe.

6. Baked Eggs with Ricotta & Kale

7. Apple Vanilla Greek Yogurt Pancakes

A spin in the blender turns rolled oats, applesauce, eggs and yogurt into a beautifully smooth batter. Get the recipe.

8. Breakfast Granola Cups

These are so cute; you bake them up in a muffin tin, then fill with yogurt or other nice things at your leisure. Get the recipe.

9. Simple Poached Egg & Avocado Toast

10. Apple Millet Porridge

Millet doesn't get that much love, but it's actually a delicious way to mix up your typical oatmeal routine. Get the recipe.

11. Pomegranate-Chia Seed Yogurt Parfait

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Chia seeds get nice and jell-y and juicy when you chill them with pomegranate juice overnight. Get the recipe.

12. Healthy Breakfast Sandwich

Enough healthy stuff (turkey bacon, veggies, hummus) to make you feel virtuous, and enough fun stuff (egg, cheese) to tackle your hangover. Get the recipe.

13. Chia Pudding with Dried Apricots & Pineapple

Looks weird, tastes good. Get the recipe.

14. Pomegranate Oatmeal Snack Cups

These hefty little treasures are ideal for grab-and-going. Get the recipe.

15. Scrambled Eggs with Caramelized Onions & Chevre

16. Layered Vegetarian Egg Bake

Full of sun-dried tomatoes, artichoke hearts, kale, and just enough cheese and sour cream to get the party started. Get the recipe.

17. Blueberry Farro Yogurt Bowl

18. Healthy Strawberry-Almond Smoothie

Almond butter, wheat germ and banana turn this into a meal. Get the recipe.

19. Vegan Baked Chia Power Doughnuts

These aren't going to taste like Krispy Kreme, granted, but they are going to keep you full for about 20 times longer. Get the recipe.

20. Tomato & Egg Breakfast Skillet

21. Baked Peach Almond Oatmeal

This is an easy way to make a hot, healthy breakfast for a bunch of people at once. Get the recipe.

22. Whole Wheat Cranberry Gingerbread Muffins

If you still have a bag of cranberries languishing in your fridge from Thanksgiving, this is definitely the time to bust it out. Get the recipe.

23. Arugula, Romaine & Pear Smoothie Bowl

Sort of like eating a liquid salad, but...I'm kind of down? Get the recipe.

24. Simple Tofu Quiche

If you're skeptical, just know that a) the blend of silken tofu and hummus actually bakes up into a lovely, egg-esque filling that's packed with protein and b) it's all on top of a crust of hash browns. (CRUST OF HASH BROWNS.) Get the recipe.

25. Slow Cooker Vanilla Bean Steel Cut Oats

Cold overnight oats aren't that much fun in the winter; much better to have your slow cooker do all the work while you're sleeping. Get the recipe.

26. 3-Ingredient Peanut Butter Granola Bars

These date, oat, and peanut butter treats are stupidly easy to put together. You can make a batch and keep them in the freezer for easy morning access. Get the recipe.

27. Sweet Potato & Black Bean Breakfast Burrito

This calls for just egg whites, but feel free to go ahead and scramble the whole thing. Get the recipe.

28. Pumpkin Flax Waffles

Flax adds some bonus omega-3's to these cozy whole grain waffles. Get the recipe.

29. Oatmeal with Cacao Nibs & Figs

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This is one of INFINITY possible twists on a basic recipe for steel-cut oats; your imagination's the limit. Get the recipe.

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