5 Healthy Breakfasts that don’t include Greek Yogurt

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5 Healthy Breakfasts that don’t include Greek Yogurt

Greek yogurt is a 50/50 food. Whether or not someone is going to like it is always hit or miss. Greek yogurt can be tart, funky, and have a not-so-desirable consistency for some, but good news! There are other options out there!  Here are 5 healthy breakfasts that don’t include Greek Yogurt but are still quick, low calorie, high protein breakfast options.

Cottage Cheese with Fruit

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For an easy grab-and-go breakfast, I recommend Breakstones’sCottage Doubles to anyone who enjoys cottage cheese! They are only 100 calories and 7 grams of protein, and get you started on your fruit intake for the day.

 

Stuffed Breakfast Peppers

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This is my newest breakfast recipe that I am sending to everyone! These stuffed peppers are one of the most creative ways I have seen to add veggies into your breakfast! Also, being able to mix it up will help to keep some variety in your routine!

Overnight Oats

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Meal-prepping is an important habit to get into to help stay on track with your diet. With overnight oats, you can make a week’s worth of breakfast and they can be eating either hot or cold! (And really, anything out of a mason jar tastes better!) See overnight oats recipes here.

Egg Muffins

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According to the new 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines, eggs are no longer the bad guys! Making these egg muffins in the beginning of the week is an easy way to have breakfast ready to go. Tip: don’t use cupcake liners. I tried that and spent most of the morning scraping the egg out of the liner! Oops!

Smoothies

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There are so many good protein sources to use in your smoothies instead of greek yogurt! Incorporating foods like peanut butter, oats, and even a raw egg can help to complete your morning smoothie. Ways to add protein to your smoothie

Enjoy these non-Greek-yogurt healthy breakfasts and get a solid (and delicious) start to your day!

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AnnieGrochocinskiWritten by Rise Coach Annie Grochocinski, R.D. Annie is a Chicago native who believes that food is meant to nourish our bodies and be enjoyable at the same time. She believes that enjoying a healthy diet and everything in moderation is the key to becoming your best self.  Learn more about Annie and how to work with her here.

2016-12-08T16:11:45+00:00January 14th, 2016|Nutrition Tips, Recipes, Tips & Tricks|Comments Off on 5 Healthy Breakfasts that don’t include Greek Yogurt