• Green tea contains powerful antioxidants that reduce the risk of some cancer and lower cholesterol. This quick smoothie recipe adds bananas for potassium and peach yogurt to give it a velvety feel.

  • Start off your day with a high-fiber oatmeal breakfast. This delicious oatmeal recipe with healthy fruit and nuts will keep you full and satisfied all morning.

  • Try this healthy version of delicious banana muffins for breakfast or for an after school snack. Use very ripe (almost black) bananas because they get sweeter as they ripen.

  • This healthy French toast is lower in carbs than a traditional version because it has reduced-carb whole wheat bread and is topped with sugar-free syrup instead of powdered sugar.

  • Skip the enormous store-bought muffins that are packed with sugar and unhealthy fats. Instead, try these butter-free blueberry muffins made with bananas to keep the muffins moist.

  • Wake up to this low-sodium and low-fat bread for breakfast. Individually wrap slices in plastic wrap for a quick on-the-go breakfast or snack.

  • This multigrain pancake recipe is a great way to make a breakfast favorite healthy. Top these hearty homemade pancakes with fresh fruit for a complete breakfast.

  • Save time with this easy breakfast recipe that your family can take on the go. High in fiber and protein, these low-fat muffins will be a hit with young and old alike.

  • Serve this low-fat coffee cake for breakfast or dessert. Egg white, low-calorie margarine and pecans provide healthy fats your body needs to function.

  • Whole wheat waffles have more fiber and vitamin A than their Belgian cousins. Top them with some fresh fruit instead of high calorie syrup for a healthy way to start your day.

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