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A yummy way to start the day with very little fat and lots of flavor!
Technically this is a crustless quiche, but the addition of flour makes for a delicious crusty bottom and sides.
I am known for my pancakes, so trust me on this one!
These adorable single-serving ham cups turn any breakfast into a special occasion. Feel free to jazz these up with your preferred seasonings.
High fiber, healthy breakfast muffin.
This healthy veggie frittata features all of our favorite spring goodies! Serve it with crusty bread and fresh fruit salad for a filling meal.
A terrific way to start your day, much better than the frozen waffles you can find at the grocery store.
These muffins are sweet and chocolatey; you'd never guess they're low fat!
This is a great dessert that's delicious when strawberries are in season.
Moist and not too sweet, these banana-chocolate chip muffins are tasty for breakfast, dessert, or a snack.
Full of fruit, fiber, and protein, and it's YUMMY, too! Top with berries if desired.
Higher in Protein & Fiber and lower in Fat and Carbs than regular pancakes!
These pancakes are great tasting and Alli friendly! I made them for breakfast and topped them with fruit.
At 300 calories a pop, donuts are an easy way to wreck a healthy breakfast. Not my baked ones. They're bursting with fruit and flavor--not fat!
Think carrot cake, but without the guilt!
Quick and easy healthy and clean pancakes that taste totally indulgent! Top with your favorite fruit, spreads, nuts or nut butters for extra carbs and fat!
A great dish for Sunday brunch.
This make-ahead breakfast is perfect for busy mornings or Sunday brunches. And it has half the calories and 1/3 the fat of the original.
Just one of these muffins packs nearly 9 grams of protein! Pack one of these sweet, moist and delicious treats in your gym bag for a post-workout snack.
Makes 5 GIANT Oatmeal Raisin Cookies Great for breakfast or a snack. Chewy and Tasty:) Very low-fat and low-calorie!
These moist banana muffins are studded with crunchy walnuts—and serve up almost 8 grams of protein each!
This Southern staple gets a dose of fiber--with half of the fat of the original. Make a double batch over the weekend and freeze for the busy weekday mornings.
For all you cabbage lovers--this may be the soup for you.
These delectable balls are a treat to eat and very filling.
Make this quiche in the blender. No crust needed - makes its own crust while it bakes
Scones are perfect for weekend house guests, hostess gifts or picnics. Traditionally made with loads of butter and cream, mine use far less butter--and wheat flour.
A breakfast classic.