What Should I Eat for Breakfast?

This quiz will cure your indecision in the morning. After answering a few easy questions, you will receive a custom recommendation for a breakfast meal to suit your needs.

Tags: Food, Drink, Meal

Here are all the results with descriptions

Nut Butter, Banana, and Chia Seed Toast
Toast is boring. You are not. So, don't eat boring toast. Spread the nut butter of your choice on a slice of whole wheat bread. Next, cover the surface with thinly sliced banana rounds. Top with a sprinkle of presoaked chia seed for a healthy crunch. Not only is this toast not dull, but also you'll get a good start on your daily requirement of protein, fiber, and potassium. Go to recipe.

Gluten and Dairy-Free Corn Fritters
Just because you have dietary restrictions doesn't mean you can't delicious corn fritters free of wheat, soy, and dairy. Use a hearty gluten-free flour and eggs to bind corn, green onions, and bell peppers. Add a dash of cayenne pepper and ground cumin for flavor. You can top it with what you have on hand: chopped avocado, crushed macadamia nuts, or tomato salsa. Go to recipe.

Chipotle Sweet Potato and Brown Rice Egg Skillet
On a cold winter day, you need a hot, hearty breakfast that will keep you feeling full until lunchtime. As an added bonus for vegetarians, this dish contains no meat. It's easy to make and you only need one skillet so the cleanup is a snap! Go to recipe.

Overnight Oats
Athletic and busy? What a combo! You need a quick power breakfast. Make overnight oats at night and store them in the fridge for morning. Just fill a mason jar with two cups of rolled oats and the milk of your choice (soy, almond, dairy, etc.). If that's too plain, chuck in some yummy additions such as raisins, shredded coconut, protein powder, or walnuts. Go to recipe.

Chocolate-Covered Cherry Breakfast Smoothie
So, your sweet tooth wakes up early in the morning, does it? Have your sweets and a few healthy things too with a chocolate-covered cherry breakfast smoothie. Blend 2 cups of frozen dark cherries, a tablespoon of unsweetened cocoa powder, about 6 ounces of unsweetened almond milk, and 2 cups of spinach. Best of all, you can throw it in a to-go cup and drink it in the car! Go to recipe.

Fried Egg with Hazelnuts, Chanterelles, Green Garlic, and Blackberries
You don't settle for less than the best at any other time, so why compromise at the breakfast table. Elevate a basic fried egg with luxury ingredients: hazelnuts, chanterelles, fava beans, green garlic, and blackberries. Better yet, hire a personal chef to make it for you! Go to recipe.