Cozy Breakfast Ideas

Organic Breakfast Quinoa with Nuts Milk and Berries

Getting your day started on the right foot means having a great, balanced breakfast in the morning. During the winter you can also use your breakfast routine to help you warm up. Unfortunately, winter is also one of the busiest times of year for most families. Kids are in school, sports are in season, and work is never out of season. Getting a nutritious breakfast on the table before you leave home can be tough. Try one of these yummy, nutritious breakfast recipe you can whip up in a flash or prep ahead to help you get going each morning.

Ginger Bread Waffles

A fluffy waffles is one of the best breakfast items. They’re great for brunch on the weekend and when you add the fun ginger spices to this recipe they’re wonderfully warming and cozy. Pull out your waffle iron and give this recipe a try.

Chocolate Quinoa Breakfast Bowl

Quinoa has been touted as a superfood for several years now. It’s packed with fiber, vitamins, and minerals. It also has several antioxidant, anti-inflammatory plant compounds. If you want to start your day with a bowl full of good for you food, try this yummy chocolate quinoa bowl.

Turmeric Breakfast Muffins

Turmeric isn’t just a flavorful seasoning. It’s a naturally anti-inflammatory and just one tablespoon contains 16 percent of your daily iron needs, and 26 percent of your daily magnesium needs. Want to add a little turmeric to your diet? Make these Turmeric breakfast muffins. You can bake a batch on the weekend and grab one on your way out the door each morning for a yummy breakfast full of nutrients.

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Pumpkin Pie Quinoa Breakfast

Here is another great grab-and-go breakfast idea and it’s packed with all the goodness of quinoa mentioned above, plus some yummy pumpkin flavors. Is super simple to make and only takes 32 minutes, so if you have the time you might be able to throw a batch in the oven before work. If your schedule won’t allow for that, no worries. Just make them over the weekend. They will keep in the fridge for four to five days in an air tight container.

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