By Lauren Paige
Sweet or Savory? The age old breakfast debate. For those who aren’t 100% sold on team sweet, we have some quick and clean morning meals that are low on the sugar but high on the health.
Take your mornings from slow to super with this quick and easy coconut chia seed pudding. This little jar is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, calcium, iron and magnesium, and fiber so that you can get your day started strong. Our Clean Plates Collective Contributtier Dr. Taz Bhatia recommends this has a fast family favorite.
Team savory coming in strong with this protein-packed take on morning toast. The haddock and spinach give this dish a magnesium and vitamin A boost. This right here is far from your typical breakfast on bread.
Smoothies are some of the easiest breakfast to make but it’s all too easy to load them up sugar — even if you don’t want to. Luckily this recipe only takes 5 ingredients to make a creamy sugar-free smoothie that tastes like a peanut butter dessert.
Pancakes aren’t usually the first thing you think of when someone says low-sugar breakfast but one fluffy forkful of these quick and clean 3-ingredient flapjacks and you’ll never go back to the box brand.
Flavorful kale and red onion squares will work for breakfast, lunch, or dinner! If you’re trying to eat more vegetables (and you probably should be!) starting the day with this quick and clean breakfast casserole is a great idea.