10 + Skinny Breakfast Ideas

Here are some skinny and/or healthy breakfast ideas that we regularly enjoy as a family!  Whether you’re wanting to turn a new leaf and eat better or just needing some new breakfast options–these are great!

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10+ Skinny Breakfast Ideas for the Family

Gluten Free Pancakes with Lemon Whipped Cream & Berries

gluten free pancakes


Healthy Chocolate Belgian Waffles with Peanut Butter Sauce

easy belgian chocolate waffles

Moist Lemon Blueberry Bread {Healthy}

lemon blueberry bread healthy

Mini Nutella Stuffed Cinnamon Sugar Muffins

Nutella stuffed healthy muffins

Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie {healthy}

chocolate peanut butter smoothie


Fluffy Pancake Recipe

easy fluffy pancakes

Healthy Breakfast Cookies

healthy breakfast cookies

Cranberry Apple Breakfast Parfait

healthy breakfast parfait

Peanut Butter Chocolate Banana Baked Oatmeal


Thick Creamy & Delicious Chocolate Shake  (different from recipe above)

healthy chocolate shake

Make Your Own Rice Milk

rice milk

Egg, Tomato and Avocado Sandwich

tomato, egg and avocado sandwich

Easy Egg Muffin {healthy to go breakfast}

egg muffins

Green Monster Smoothie

green monster smoothie

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  1. Wow, some of these recipes do contain a lot of sugar, probably only for an occasional treat maybe? I am not sure about the skinny definition 🙂

    • Hey Scotty,

      Hope you’re doing well.

      I guess it’s how you define the term “skinny” when used in recipes. I purposely didn’t use the term fat-free when I wrote each recipe. A “skinny” recipe is usually a less fattening recipe alternative to the full fat recipe you would normally make. So, if I’m making Alfredo Sauce and I find a skinny alfredo sauce recipe then I’m not shooting for no fat substitutes just less fattening alternatives so it may call for 2 % milk instead of heavy cream.

      Also, we use panela and brown sugar in pretty much all the recipes shared. We also use wheat germ, oatmeal… The Healthy breakfast cookies only has 1/3 cp of brown sugar,we use natural peanut butter, flaxseed, oatmeal, and coconut oil.

      Either way, my hope is not to satisfy everyones “diet” standards as that’s impossible, it’s just to share a healthier/skinny alternative to a recipe that may normally use tons of eggs, butter, oil, sugar etc… Happy New Year!