Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal adds vegetables to your breakfast in a way that feels and tastes especially seasonal and comforting. Sweeten it with just a touch of maple syrup, and you can use dairy-free milk (we like almond or coconut) to make this breakfast gluten-free and dairy-free.
Looking for a filling, delicious, and healthy breakfast? This sweet potato & sausage hash is an excellent choice. Loaded with veggies and more - you'll want to start every morning with this tasty dish! (Yvonne is a fantastic foodie to follow on Instagram!) (Note: we like this clean eating sausage recipe)
Need a nourishing, budget-friendly, real food breakfast for school mornings? Or do you just hate flipping pancakes? We got you covered in this recipe. Perfect for busy school mornings or holiday crowds.
Simple, nourishing apple crisp that is healthy enough for breakfast! Made with fresh apples, whole grains, healthy fats, and just a touch of sweetener. No weird ingredients, with gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan variations!
A 1-bowl affair you can make with any leftover orange squash (sweet potato, pumpkin, or butternut!). Healthy enough for breakfast and sweet enough for dessert! Only 5-10 minutes to get into the oven. Pour them into muffin tins or a cake pan!
Apple Pie Overnight Oats are a healthy breakfast that requires no cooking, like overnight steel-cut oats, and tastes like apple pie! You can make this fast breakfast sugar-free, gluten-free, and even vegan if desired! Make it the night before so it’s ready to eat on the go.
Peppermint Mocha, Pumpkin Spice, and Chai Tea Latte with frothed milk! While not exactly breakfast, homemade real food lattes are a pretty great way to start the day. (note: The video has all three lattes, but the post is for peppermint mocha)
How about switching up your usual oats for a warm and comforting porridge made out of subtly sweet and nutty acorn squash? This is also quick – no need to worry about spending time roasting during rushed weekday mornings – roast ahead, save in the fridge, and voila, simply heat and eat.
Who doesn’t love a yummy muffin? Whether it be breakfast or an afternoon snack, muffins are such an easy and delicious go-to food for many of us. But have you ever noticed that for some recipes, the only difference between a muffin and a cake is the pan it’s baked in? Hmmm, kind of takes the joy out of feeding your kids a muffin to start their day! Enter the Whole Wheat Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffin. It’s healthy, it has pumpkin and chocolate chips, and it’s a muffin. And picky eaters love them!
Confession: I use this recipe all year - not just in the Fall. However, it's great baked over chopped apples, or you can substitute up to half of the milk with pumpkin puree and stir in a generous pinch of pumpkin spice.