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Recipes - Breakfast

a cast iron skillet with eggs, sliced avocados, kale, meat and sweet potatoes
By The Life Time Training Team
This recipe provides whole-food protein along with healthy fats and complex carbs — a perfect way to keep you satisfied and energized until your next meal.
Oatmeal superfood breakfast bars.
By The Life Time Training Team
Make your mornings easier. Bake these bars ahead of time for the perfect grab-and-go healthy breakfast.
The summer skies smoothie bowl topped with coconut flakes, hemp seeds, blueberries, and blackberries.
By Julie Dulude
Discover the health benefits of blue spirulina and how to make this decadent yet healthy breakfast (or snack!) at home.
Three avocado boats in a skillet.
By The Life Time Training Team
Using healthy fats as your base, this is a fun twist on an easy-to-make breakfast.
Two cups of a parfait featuring layers of yogurt, red and blue berries, and a topping of granola.
By The Life Time Training Team
Homemade granola, fresh berries, and Greek yogurt layer together for a festive breakfast, snack, or midday treat.
Two glasses of cold brew coffee over ice with a side, small pitcher of coconut milk.
By The Life Time Training Team
What makes it super? Hint: It comes in chocolate and vanilla, and can help you recover from the wear and tear of tough workouts.
Brinner bowl, including potatoes and an egg.
By The Life Time Training Team
Running out of dinner ideas? Try this breakfast-for-dinner dish.
A cup of blended coffee on a counter next to some of its ingredients — a french press filled with coffee, coconut oii, and powders.
By The Life Time Training Team
Skip a trip to the coffee shop and make your own fancy (but easy!) drink at home.
Breakfast brownie
By The Life Time Training Team
Dessert for breakfast? Made with chocolate protein, healthy fats, and other good-for-you ingredients, you can feel good about starting your day with these brownies.
Two glasses of a cucumber and pineapple smoothie.
By Maddie Augustin
Cucumber and pineapple are naturally hydrating foods, so they can help your liver and kidneys clear toxins from your body. Pineapple is also the only major dietary source of the enzyme bromelain, which helps your body digest protein.
Sweet potato stuffed with black beans and corn.
By Katie Koteen and Kate Kasbee
These Mexican-inspired sweet potatoes are baked, split lengthwise, and topped with black beans, corn, salsa, and avocado.
Plate of waffles with fruit on top.
By Robin Asbell
These gluten-free waffles can be made ahead of time and reheated to order.
Chia pudding
By The Life Time Training Team
Chia seeds are packed with omega-3s and offer a substantial dose of fiber. Use the superfood to make ahead this pudding to have on hand when hunger strikes.
Coconut yogurt
By The Life Time Training Team
Make your own non-dairy yogurt by using just two simple ingredients.
Overnight protein oats
By The Life Time Training Team
This easy-to-make breakfast is a great go-to option for those seeking something convenient with a dessert-like flavor.
Blueberry cheesecake overnight oats
By The Life Time Training Team
Get a dessert-like taste without the added sugar with this easy-to-prepare breakfast.
Quinoa granola
By The Life Time Training Team
Enjoy this granola that contains less sugar and carbohydrates than traditional store-bought varieties. 
Protein pancakes
By The Life Time Training Team
Want to start your morning with a short stack? Using protein in these pancakes means they'll satisfy without a blood sugar spike and crash. 
Savory breakfast bowl
By The Life Time Training Team
This egg-free breakfast option satisfies with ample protein and healthy fats.
Slow cooker quinoa
By The Life Time Training Team
A healthier alternative to cereal, this quinoa mix is full of flavor and enough fiber to keep you full until lunch.
Three breakfast egg muffins.
By Robin Asbell
These kale-and-tomato mini-quiches can be frozen for up to a month.
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