15 Healthy Fall Breakfast Recipes – Cozy Ideas with Fall Flavors

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Need some breakfast recipes that will make you appreciate the Fall season? Here are some healthy fall breakfast ideas you can try!

Why should you eat breakfast?

I am sure you have heard some people who always tell you that “breakfast is the most important meal of the day”, and frankly, you should listen to them. Having breakfast right after waking up or a few hours after (ideally before 9 am), jumpstarts your metabolism and breaks the overnight fasting period while you were asleep. Having breakfast boosts your energy levels and helps you stay alert throughout the day. And if you are on a weight loss journey, then having breakfast is a great benefit for you since it can maintain your weight or even promote weight loss. But of course, these will only work if you eat healthy breakfast food. For example, if you are on a weight loss journey, then you may want to focus on fiber and protein foods to help your sugar cravings dissipate. Healthy carbs like whole grains, fruits, veggies, and dairy will also help you kickstart your day by giving you a boost in your energy levels

And if you are someone who just does not have the time to cook up a healthy breakfast in the morning (mainly because you are in a rush to go to work or school), then a solution for this is to meal prep a week or even the night before. 

What is the best breakfast for good health?

If you want to get the full benefit of your breakfast, then you should note that you can’t just do anything for breakfast. This includes unhealthy food, processed foods, and junk foods. The best breakfast for good health consists of a nutritious well-balanced meal that has more than enough nutrients to give you energy throughout the day. 

Some of the most common and recommended breakfast foods are: 

Eggs – Eggs are definitely something you will always see in a breakfast meal. And it’s a good thing because eggs are actually high in protein and several beneficial nutrients. Moreover, if you are on a weight loss journey, eggs can make you feel full immediately while consuming only a few calories. 

Oatmeal – Oatmeals are rich in fiber and antioxidants. And like eggs, it can help promote the feeling of fullness which is beneficial if you are on a weight loss journey. 

Greek Yogurt – Greek yogurt is high in protein and contains beneficial probiotics. It also helps reduce appetite which is beneficial for weight loss. 

Chia seeds – Chia seeds are high in fiber and rich in antioxidants which helps reduce risk diseases. 

Berries – Berries are also rich in antioxidants. These are also high in fiber but low in calories. 

Fruits – You can never go wrong with fruits. They are a good source of vitamins, fiber, potassium, and antioxidants which helps you keep away from diseases. 

Nuts and whole grains – These are rich in healthy fat and nutrients. 

These several breakfast foods mentioned are very versatile and can go along with almost any type of meal of food. So, no, you do not have to repeatedly eat boiled eggs every morning. And aside from munching on an apple, why not make a healthy bowl of fruit salad? Remember that your breakfast can be healthy and delicious at the same time.

 Creative healthy fall breakfast ideas

With fall looming around the corner, some ingredients, and type of food will definitely match this season better. With that said, here are some creative but healthy fall breakfast ideas you can try.

See also  fall vegetable recipes with pumpkin, zucchini, or squash!

15. Turmeric Fried Eggs With Roasted Pumpkin 

This autumnal healthy breakfast is a delicious combination of roasted pumpkin, garlic and onions, fried mushrooms, crunchy zucchini and a paprika and turmeric fried eggs. This recipe is gluten-free, paleo, Whole30 and vegetarian-friendly.

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14. Cavolo Nero & Corn Fritters (Gluten-Free, Nut-Free)

These cavolo nero and corn fritters are perfect for brunch, lunch or a vegetarian dinner. They are tasty and nutritious, plus gluten-free and nut-free, making them ideal for lunch boxes.

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13. Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls with Chai Spice

Here at Tao of Spice we’re all about doing things a tad bit “extra”, thus the birth of Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls with Chai Spice.

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12. Butternut Squash Sausage Frittata

Butternut squash can help reduce inflammation in the body… so if you are suffering from achy joints, here’s your excuse to eat more of this awesome fall wonder! Some of my best menopause-friendly recipes are made with butternut squash… it’s amazing!

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11. Creamy Sweet Potato Bowl

This creamy sweet potato bowl is the most comforting bowl of creaminess ever… and it’s great for your digestion!

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10. Grain-Free Pumpkin Muffins

These grain-free pumpkin muffins are delicious — but since they are completely grain-free, they will actually give you energy, soothe your digestion, and of course, make you smile.

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9. Pumpkin Spice Instant Pot Oatmeal

This Instant Pot Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal recipe is incredibly easy to make! Add everything to your Instant Pot or crockpot, set and forget. It’s wholesome, filling, and meal prep friendly.

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8. Spiced Apple French Toast

This Spiced Apple French Toast was absolutely amazing! Seriously, so good. So good that the Hubs stole my plate away from me & went ahead and finished off my portion!

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7. Apple Chai Sourdough Scones

After a brief summer hiatus, I’m jumping back into sourdough treats! You may remember that I created my own sourdough starter, affectionately named, “Paul Riser”, this past winter. I’ve posted recipes in the past for sourdough jam cinnamon rolls, and dried fruit & nut sourdough bread. I’ve baked boule upon boule of delicious crusty bread, all of which were slathered with butter and devoured almost instantly. In short, I’ve been having a very good time eating all of these goodies!

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6. Dried Fruit & Nut Sourdough Bread

Sometimes you hit on a recipe that strikes just the right chords. Over the last few months of my sourdough starter/bread endeavor, I’ve read countless baking blogs, and bought my fair share of bread cookbooks to help in my ‘education’. One of these reference books has been an absolute standout; not only in technique and troubleshooting, but also in guiding the creation of one of my favorite fall bread recipes to date.

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5. Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Muffins

These Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Muffins are a great option for pumpkin lovers out there. Serve them for breakfast or as a treat after dinner. They are delicious alongside a hot cup of coffee!

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4. Sesame Cheesecake with Plum Coulis

Do you believe in serendipity? True ‘eureka!’ moments? Sometimes an accidental kitchen ‘aha!’ can lead to delicious results. This Toasted Sesame Cheesecake with Plum Coulis is the product of a chance flavor combination that turned into one of the best desserts ever to come out of my kitchen!

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3. Pumpkin Crullers With Caramelized Maple Glaze

Fall brunch, anyone? These pumpkin crullers need a place on your seasonal menu. With that delicate, airy texture and those warm spices, these pumpkin crullers are covered with a rich caramelized maple glaze for the perfect fall treat.

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2. Sweet Potato Kale Hash with a Fried Egg

This recipe for sweet potato kale hash with a fried eggs makes for a perfect customizable breakfast, brunch, lunch, or even dinner!  The healthy ingredients pack this dish full of fiber, protein, and vitamins.  This is a perfect way to start your morning with a nutritious breakfast or end a long day with protein and fiber.

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1. Pumpkin Cheesecake Muffins

These pumpkin cheesecake muffins are a real treat and the ultimate fall dessert! Bake these and your house will smell like a bakery. Enjoy these with a glass of milk or a cup of coffee for the best breakfast ever.

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15 Healthy Fall Breakfast Ideas

15 Healthy Fall Breakfast Ideas

Need some breakfast recipes that will make you appreciate the Fall season? Here are some healthy fall breakfast ideas you can try!




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