8 Healthy Breakfasts to Warm You and Fill You Up

These belly-warming breakfasts are bomb.

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As the weather gets chillier, leaving the irresistible comfort of your warm bed becomes pretty darn difficult, and we sure don’t blame you for pressing snooze one-too-many times. But forcing yourself to get up at the crack of dawn on cold mornings doesn’t have to be an uphill battle. With the right breakfasts to warm your belly with, you can feel snug and satisfied all morning long.

Here at Skinny Ms., we’re making mornings a bit easier (and a lot more delicious!) by bringing you some pretty bomb breakfast recipes that’ll warm you up and get you started for the day. Packed with nutrients, antioxidants, and immune-boosting properties, these morning meals will help you battle the cold and keep your health up despite the freezing temperatures. From decadent casseroles to protein-packed frittatas, these healthy eats will make getting up a breeze. So don’t let a chilly morning keep you glued to your bed, and cozy up to one of these tasty, tummy-warming recipes instead!

1. Baked Oatmeal Casserole

A classic dinner dish takes on breakfast in this flavorful casserole recipe! Sweetened with wholesome ingredients like apples, berries, and honey, this decadent morning meal hits the spot and will keep you satisfied for hours upon hours!

2. Individual Egg and Spinach Bowl

This easy-prep breakfast yields perfectly-portioned bowls of egg, juicy veggies, and bold feta cheese. Each skinny, scrumptious serving clocks in at just 84 calories and a whopping 11 grams of protein!

3. Slow Cooker French Toast Casserole

At last- a rich, decadent French Toast recipe that wont wreak havoc on your waistline! Your slow-cooker makes this calorie-controlled, clean-eating casserole extra indulgent. Enjoy as a romantic breakfast or brunch entree!

4. Dark Chocolate Pumpkin Oatmeal

What better way to celebrate pumpkin season than with this decadent, drool-worthy oatmeal recipe? Yummy superfoods like dark chocolate, dried cherries, and almonds crank up the flavor in this creamy, pumpkin-themed breakfast.

5. Slow Cooker Nutty Blueberry Banana Oatmeal

Rev up your system with an energizing bowl of this healthy, delicious slow-cooker oatmeal, complete with nutty, berrylicious flavors and wholesome goodness. Packed with fiber and protein, this oatmeal will curb cravings and help you power through your day full-force.

6. Parmesan Red Pepper Mini Frittatas

These lovely frittatas make sneaking in more veggies a snap! Perfectly-portioned and easy to whip up, this recipe carries a hefty dose of essential amino acids and vital vitamins. Meanwhile, it sure doesn’t skimp on that fluffy and flavorful frittata goodness!

7. Slow Cooker Banana Pecan French Toast

Spruce up breakfast with this heavenly French Toast recipe, topped with a scrumptiously sweet custard sauce and chopped pecans. Oozing with indulgence, this crowd-pleasing recipe makes the ideal brunch or holiday breakfast!

8. Mediterranean Egg White Frittata

This high-protein breakfast will stave off hunger and hook you up with long-lasting energy all morning long. Egg whites team up with a bunch of colorful veggies and low-fat feta cheese to bring you a deliciously light frittata booming with Mediterranean flavor. Yum!

Watching your waistline? Start your day off right with a metabolism-boosting, hunger curbing breakfast recipe! Check out these Top 10 Breakfast Recipes for Weight Loss, or keep these 5 Make-Ahead Breakfasts for Weight Loss in your arsenal!

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Ellie Krasner

Ellie is a full-time violinist living in Las Vegas, and a writer with an insatiable appetite for clean eating and fitness! She is a graduate of Binghamton University with degrees in English literature and violin, and loves investigating the world of healthy living.

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