Breakfast Inspiration: 10 Ways to Get Out of Bed on the Right Side

Breakfast is a course that not many people would like to miss… Whether you are commuting to work during the week or doing the cat on sunday morning, you certainly want to get out of bed on the right side and kick off the day happily. A good spread of marmalade or a slice of toasted apple bread will help you fight the blue monday and keep you on tracks until lunch time. Not only breakfast is the most important meal of the day on a health standpoint, but it’s also important to keep a positive mood and socialize. So here are 10 of our best health breakfast ideas you can do at home, to eat in or take away, it’s up to you!

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French Toast: The Sweet Pain Perdu

If you have a few slices of brioche, buns, or country bread then why not recycle them to make French Toast for your breakfast? Pour over some warm honey or maple syrup and start the day on a sweet note! Get the recipe here.

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Pears and Vanilla Crumble

Pears brown slowly with a little butter and vanilla then finish baked in a crunchy crumb made of walnuts and hazelnuts. Have this crumbles still warm with a good knob heavy cream! Get the crumble recipe here.

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A Beautiful Kringle Pastry for Breakfast

This Kringle pastry coming from Estonia is not only very good looking but also tasty! You can decorate it with what you prefer: chocolate chips, sugar, butter and cinnamon, dried fruits… Get this breakfast recipe here.

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Gingerbread and Pomegranate French Toast

Let’s make some a good breakfast with our last teatime leftovers. Forgotten bread or drying brioche slices allow you to express your greediness with two advantages: it is very easy to do and in record of time! Grab the french toast recipe here.

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Clementine Jam Recipe

What’s better than a citrus jam to fight the winter morning blue? SO we will make a clementine jam, flavored with mint, cinnamon and orange blossom water. Discover the recipe here.

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Quinoa & Almond Cookies — Gluten and Dairy Free

This recipe belongs to those found in “Saveurs”. It was tweaked a little bit as friends with gluten allergies wouldn’t be frustrated on sunday morning breakfast. Butter was also replaced with hazelnut oil. So the recipe contains no dairy products. Get the quinoa cookies here.

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Vanilla Cannelés

It’s all about the subtle blend of crispiness and softness. Canneles – or fluted cakes –  is a traditional recipe coming from middle age that gain more and more adepts nowadays. Ideal for breakfast to serve with tea or coffee, the cannelés can also be eaten throughout the day to satisfy a snack craving. Check the recipe here.

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Chocolate Apple Jam

This surprizing jam is made from apples, oranges and chocolate. The proportions are well balanced and we easily find the flavors of apple, orange and chocolate. This breakfast jam is here to help you fight monday blue! Get the recipe here.

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Quick Apple Bread

Here’s a apple bread recipe with honey. We’ll make it simple and quick with little fat, just sweetened with honey and the fructose coming from apples. This unpretentious apple bread is ideal for a happy breakfast. Discover the recipe here.

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Pear Jam with Red Tea

Red tea gives a slightly wooden fragrance that balances with the sweetness of fresh pears. This pear jam would be perfect on a good slice of bread for breakfast or accompanied with scones or pancakes. Grab the recipe here.

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