12 Dietitian Nutritionist Approved Hot Breakfasts

Did you know that February is National Hot Breakfast Month!   Celebrate this special month with any of these yummy, nutritious quick to prepare breakfast recipes. I can’t thank my special Dietitian Nutritionist friends for these unique, mouth-watering recipes which are perfect for your busy mornings.

Heck, I am going to cook them up for lunch too! Who doesn’t love breakfast all day long!

 

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            Emily Cope Kyle MS RDN

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Berry Quinoa Breakfast Bowl

This Berry Quinoa Breakfast Bowl by Emily has all of the nutrients you need to keep you full and focused to power through your busy morning plus 17 grams of plant-based protein.

 

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Faye Berger Mitchell, RDN LDN

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Crockpot Oatmeal

Always rushing out the door and want a breakfast that will keep you satiated through lunch? This overnight steel cut oats recipe by Faye is no-fuss, high in fiber, and will be ready for you when you wake up!

 

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Elizabeth Ann Shaw, MS RD, CLT

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Gluten Free San Antonio Breakfast Skillet

Sweet meets spicy as the flavor fusion from maple syrup and jalapeno powder unite to form a twist on the traditional breakfast potato skillet with a gluten free pinto bean gravy. Elizabeth knows you will enjoy it.

 

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Hannah Lima RDN CD

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Carrot Cake Oatmeal

Hannah says if you love carrot cake and want to eat it for breakfast give her Carrot Cake Oatmeal a try. Who would think we could eat carrot cake all day every day! Gotta love that!

 

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Lauren Harris-Pincus MS RD

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Blueberry Protein Pancakes

This is a great recipe to pack your breakfast with protein and less than 300 calories and over 20 grams of protein. Lauren suggests topping them off with cottage cheese for more protein power. What a great idea!

 

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Alexandra Caspero MA RD CLT RYT

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Baked Oatmeal with Fresh Berries

This is Alex’s favorite breakfast which she knew would be the perfect choice to serve at her wedding. It’s the perfect make a head breakfast that tastes great hours later.

 

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Amy Gorin MS RDN

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French Toast with Apples Pecans and Greek Yogurt

Give your French toast a protein boost with this easy simple recipe from Amy.

 

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Kelly Jones MS, RD, CSSD, LDN

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Buckwheat Oat Pumpkin Pancakes

This is a fun healthy way to enjoy pancakes and make extra batter to heat up on a weekday morning.

Kelly says they are also perfect for post work out recovery with a 3:1 carb to protein ratio.

 

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Nicole Rodriguez RDN, NASM -CPT

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Gussied Up Cottage Cheese Pancakes

 

These easy quick versatile cottage cheese pancakes developed by Nicole will be a hit in your house! Easy to make gluten free if you use gluten free oatmeal!

 

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Lainey Younkin MS RD LDN

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Cranberry Oatmeal

Lainey says ditch the Craisins and reach for whole cranberries next time you make oatmeal for a burst of flavor and boost of antioxidants!

 

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Jessica Fishman Levinson MS RDN CDN

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Apple Peanut Butter Pancakes with Sauted Cinnamon Apples

Jessica says take your favorite snack duo to breakfast or brunch with these apple peanut butter pancakes. Serve with sautéed apples on top.

 

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Barley Porridge with Blueberries from Roxana Begum, PhD, RD, LDN

Roxana says this barley porridge with blueberries was inspired by Talbeenah which is a whole grain porridge prepared with ground barley, milk, honey and dates. She added oven roasted blueberries and walnuts to for more scrumptious health.

 

Donna Feldman

Donna P. Feldman MS RDN

Donna says eggs are the perfect high protein no fuss hot breakfast. Donna recently returned from a trip to France where the hotel breakfast buffets featured egg cookers, complete with little egg spoons and egg cups. Check out her egg cracker that she loves too.

 

5 thoughts on “12 Dietitian Nutritionist Approved Hot Breakfasts”

    1. Jessica, who doesn’t love apples and peanut butter!! And to start the day off with those pancakes of yours makes for a delicious day! Thanks for creating this for us!
      Love Chere

    1. Breakfast is such an important meal and these dishes make you want to jump out of bed so you can EAT!!!
      thanks for your tips! You are a great cook Elizabeth!! love Chere

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