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    No Excuses Fitness Friendly Breakfast Recipes

    These are a collection of healthy and fitness friendly recipes that I have created myself or collected from this site or other sources. These should be able to fit into most healthy eating plans including Body for Life, Eating for life, Burn the fat feed the muscle, Bodybuilding, or many other diet and exercise plans. Some of these may have higher fat/calorie ingredients that can be substituted for their low fat/non fat counter parts (i.e. butter to margarine, vegetable oil to olive oil), and some may have chicken breasts with skin-on, but you can always remove it etc. This means the nutrition values may not be accurate, but you know if you are using better ingredients, the values will be better. So just be aware of that. Always look at the ingredients and make sure you are using the healthiest versions of them (i.e. skim milk, low fat cheese, whole wheat pastas, etc.). These recipes give you "No Excuse" to not eat right! This is a work in progress so feel free to email me suggestions if you have them!
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    This simple, healthy and veggie-packed dish is especially nice at breakfast with toast with a different texture to that of normal scrambled eggs. The servings are as a side dish.

    Recipe #260771

    Is anyone else as obsessed as I was with Nature's Path instant Flax n' Oats oatmeal? Well, worry no more if you run out! This one is a taste-alike with easy ingredients and can be mixed up ahead of time or super-fast!

    Recipe #255501

    I make this almost every weekend. Listed are the veggies I normally use, but honestly I use whatever vegetables are in the refrigerator most mornings. It's a scramble because I have never mastered the omelet but I am sure it would be good that way too! Although it does not have a "Greek Flair" we often top it with a nice red salsa.

    Recipe #255596

    Yummy low calorie breakfast or delicious dessert!

    Recipe #255597

    A simple, filling snack or breakfast full of protein and fiber.

    Recipe #255737

    The original recipe was made by my nana for years and years. Then my mom made it for me growing up, and now I make these waffles myself (but with a couple of healthy changes) They still taste just as good as the did when I was a kid. We serve them sometimes for breakfast, but in our family waffles have almost always been served for dinner. When you can't think of anything else to make.

    Recipe #104095

    Mini treats with the flavor of fresh blueberries and loaded with fiber. A wonderful way to begin your morning! Adapted from a weight loss websites email newsletter. Prep Tip: Color, not size, tells you which blueberries are the ripest. Look for berries that are deep purple to blue-black. Serving Tip: Spread the warm halves of each muffin with a little mashed, ripe banana instead of butter.

    Recipe #172456

    These muffins are made with Flaxseed meal and Soy milk. No added fats, and plenty of fiber. I make these muffins for the local coffee house. Can hardly keep up with the demand for these good tasting and good for you goodies.

    Recipe #66287

    These muffins are full of grains, apples and nuts that are good for you. I found the recipe on a box of milled flax seed. Flax seed is nature's richest plant source of OMEGA-3 OILS!

    Recipe #106809

    Got this from a nutritionist friend of mine. It has flax seed, and walnuts are good for you - the only nut that has omega 3's. Sometimes I'll also add a cup of sunflower seeds. My daughter loves it and a 8 yo friend was over and tried it. His comment: "This is tasty!" I gave the recipe to his mom and she made it for a school function and it was a hit! I use rolled oats, but you could use quick oats too. I use this on top of fruit and yogurt for a healthy breakfast.

    Recipe #201000

    19 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    While looking for an interesting recipe for blueberry muffins I stumbled across information regarding flax seed. I looked at a number of muffin recipes and combined several to come up with these. They are healthy, with no added oil, yet moist.

    Recipe #99333

    I love oatmeal! I was tired of the same sweetner and started looking for something different. PB and honey! I love them together on a sandwich, why not in oatmeal?

    Recipe #102713

    I eat oatmeal 3 or 4 times a week and find myself looking for new ways to add flavor and interest without adding a lot of calories. This morning's experiment was worth sharing. Feel free to adjust to your dietary and taste preferences.

    Recipe #107165

    7 Reviews |  By ladypit

    This was my decadent tasting gift to myself this morning (in an attempt to avoid all the baked goods that keep cropping up at work this holiday season). I modeled it on toni gifford's Ginger Peach Oatmeal #112474 which I love and eat often. But this is just enough different that I decided to post it so I'll remember. I loved it, but I love candied ginger. In fact, I may add more next time.

    Recipe #148742

    Recipe #121800

    Eat this crunchy cereal for breakfast and get your essential fats and protein, both which help keep your hunger at bay during a busy day! Feel free to add additional dried fruits. From the California Walnut folks.

    Recipe #241435

    2 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    These low-fat scrambled eggs use no yolks but they always turn out great. A weekend favorite for me.

    Recipe #40196

    This french toast is lower in calories, and has a great taste too!

    Recipe #63369

    Wonderful breakfast, brunch, or mid-morning snack. This recipe is very versatile. Any kind of cereal works, and you can substitute dried fruit and/or nuts for part of the cereal. If using a cooked, hot cereal like oatmeal, combine with wet ingredients instead of dry.

    Recipe #115633

    From Cooking Light. Serving size: 1/3 cup. Per serving: 185 calories, 5.8 g fat, 4.5 g protein, 31.3 g carb, 4 g fiber, 0 mg cholesterol. Serve with milk and top with fresh fruit.

    Recipe #149680

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