12 Weight Watchers Breakfasts in 10 Minutes

Dish out morning goodness this week.

Power up your day the tasty, healthy way! These 12 Weight Watchers breakfasts that prep in under 10 minutes will nourish your body, and they’ll do it with a minimum of morning fuss.

Eating breakfast will help you lose weight and keep it off for good. It’s believed skipping breakfast nudges people to eat more through the rest of the day. Consuming a morning meal has an important added benefit as well: people who eat a good breakfast show improved focus and performance during the day [1].

But not any old breakfast will do. The most effective way to add breakfast’s weight loss firepower to your lifestyle is to choose one that combines lean protein, whole grains, and fruits or veggies. The Weight Watchers breakfasts below offer the ingredients that build a healthy breakfast. From heart-healthy avocado to protein-packed eggs to antioxidant-rich blueberries, these recipes will make your body happy and help it gear up to tackle your day.

1. Sun-Dried Tomato & Egg Muffin (4 Freestyle SmartPoints)

Sun-Dried Tomato & Basil Egg Muffins

Prep this recipe in just a few minutes, and then leave it to cook for 20-25 minutes as you finish getting ready for the day.

2. Blueberry, Mint, & Flaxseed Smoothie (9 Freestyle SmartPoints)


Nourish the body with this breakfast smoothie, which includes heart-healthy flax and superfood blueberry.

3. Peanut Butter & Fresh Raspberries on Toast (7 Freestyle SmartPoints)

Peanut Butter and Fresh Raspberries on Toast

A healthful breakfast doesn’t get much easier than this one, which includes raspberry ketones, a natural chemical in the berry believed to support weight loss.

4. 5-Ingredient Baked Egg Mushrooms (4 Freestyle SmartPoints)

5-Ingredient Baked Egg Mushrooms

Prep takes just a few minutes for this hearty, meatless breakfast recipe.

5. Spinach & Feta Lettuce Wrap (10 Freestyle SmartPoints)

Spinach Feta Breakfast Lettuce Wrap Recipe

Add this colorful and flavorful dish to your regular morning menu—it’s a smart, whole-food alternative to processed breakfast foods.

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Amy Wagner

Amy is a writer specializing in health & wellness, business, and entrepreneurship. She's a long-time martial arts teacher who has earned a 4th degree black belt in tae kwon do. When Amy's not writing or kicking, she's wrangling sons, reading fiction, or crushing on BBC actors.

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