Breakfast Recipes

Our Super Tasty and Healthy Brunch Menu

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Who doesn’t love a weekend brunch with friends? Well instead of loading up on hidden fats and calories, enjoy this healthy brunch menu that we’ve prepared with your diet goals in mind. Serve up some tea, coffee, and these recipes that can be made ahead of time to make life a little easier. The hardest part will be getting everyone to agree on a date! 😉

Banana Pancakes

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These delicious pancakes are made with oats, one of our favorite ingredients. Oats help lower cholesterol, prevent diabetes, and have tons of fiber to help with digestion. And the bananas have potassium, vitamin C and B6, which all help with heart health. Top them with this delicious banana mixture and you have a nutrient rich brunch dish!

Sweet Potato Hash Browns

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These pretty potatoes are the star of this savory brunch dish. Sweet potatoes are full of vitamin C which plays an important role in bone and tooth health, digestion, and blood cell formation. This vitamin also produces collagen which helps to maintain a youthful elasticity to your skin. We’ll have seconds! 😉 

Quinoa Fruit Salad

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Our colorful fruit salad has just about every berry in it – and wow, does it have a ton of vitamins and minerals. Besides being super delicious, this salad has quinoa, a gluten-free plant food that is considered a complete protein and comprised of all pernine essential amino acids. And those little red pomegranate seeds are known to have 3 times the amount of antioxidants found in green tea!

Cherry Tomato Avocado Salad

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Make this popular salad ahead of time, and maybe put some aside for your lunch tomorrow since there’s rarely any leftover! Tomatoes are the star of this dish and they are one of the world’s healthiest foods. They’ve got vitamin C, biotin, molybdenum, and vitamin K, copper, potassium, manganese, dietary fiber, vitamin A – whew, that’s quite a list! And the antioxidants in tomatoes are known to combat the formation of free radicals known to cause cancer. 

 

Chocolate Chip Nut Muffins

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We guarantee these scrumptious muffins will be a crowd favorite at your next brunch. They’re full of heart-healthy dark chocolate and have just enough walnuts to give some crunch and numerous health benefits. Did you know that walnuts have the plant-based omega-3 fat alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) that helps reduce inflammation and improve the composition of blood fats? Enjoy them in these delicious muffins that you can freeze if you have leftovers…but you probably won’t. 😉

Cauliflower Mushroom Casserole

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Well if you didn’t know, the C in cauliflower stands for cancer-fighting and vitamin C. This veggie has a a sulfur compound that has also been shown to kill cancer stem cells, thereby slowing tumor growth. And a one cup serving has over 70% of your daily recommended vitamin C, which is good for all kinds of things, including boosting your immunity. Enjoy it in this savory egg dish that is a welcome addition to any brunch table.

So your menu is planned; now all you have to do is set a date! Enjoy these recipes and others from our blog at Viance.com!

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