Need a healthy breakfast idea? Look no further than Rooted London's delicious Carrot Cake Porridge Smoothie

7 Healthy Breakfast Ideas To Try This Weekend

Healthy breakfast ideas? We know, maybe not what you associate with lazy weekend mornings – especially if you’re hungover – but trust us, these delicious recipes will have you passing up that greasy fry-up in no time.

Making a healthy breakfast doesn’t have to be time consuming either. In fact, from super smoothies to healthy bacon and eggs – yes, there is such a thing – our healthy breakfast foods are totally easy and quick to whip up. It’s all about starting your day right with nutrient packed foods, from the savoury – avocado, asparagus, eggs – to the sweet – berries, porridge and pancakes.

Carrot Cake Porridge Smoothie

If you’re time-poor in the mornings, smoothie bowls make the perfect option – you just whizz everything together in a blender. This addictive bowl, from Pandora Symes, the health guru behind hip new brand Rooted London, is full of good fats like chia and coconut, mixed with veggies and fruit and warming spices. Filling but fresh enough for summer mornings.

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http://www.rootedlondon.com/recipes/2014/07/08/carrotcakeporridgesmoothie

Dried Fruit Bars

Bursting with energy-boosting dried fruit and a pick-me-up hit of ginger, these tasty bars make the perfect portable brekkie or mid-morning snack.

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http://www.womanandhome.com/recipes/536626/dried-fruit-bars

Tropical Green Smoothie

Another Rooted London staple, Pandora calls this her perfect summer smoothie recipe. It’s packed with pineapple,which contains Bromelain, an enzyme known to help arthritis pain by easing inflammation – it’s also good at battling cellulite. Pineapples are a great source of vitamin C, which helps your immune system and stimulates the production of collagen and vitamin K which improves circulation. The smoothie also contains wheatgrass – great for detoxing and getting in shape as, amongst other benefits, it can support a healthy functioning thyroid gland and can help to stimulate metabolism. Somebody pass the Nutri-Bullet!

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http://www.rootedlondon.com/recipes/2014/05/31/tropical-green-smoothie



Sunken Eggs

Eggs are a breakfast staple, but sometimes the usual poached/scrambled/boiled options just don’t seem that exciting. If you want a brekkie that’s tasty and filling that’s still super light, this one-pan dish is just the ticket. In fact, we’d eat it for lunch and dinner too!

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http://www.womanandhome.com/recipes/536130/sunken-eggs

Banana Pancakes

This amazing recipes proves pancakes don’t have to be indulgent to be a treat. Using just ½ a banana and one egg, they make the ultimate guilt-free breakfast option. The tricky part is deciding what to put on them!

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http://www.womanandhome.com/recipes/535442/banana-pancakes

Summer Quinoa Porridge

In the summer months, Pandora reaches for quinoa to lighten up her staple porridge, and suggests using quinoa flakes for a smoother taste. As well as being gluten and wheat-free, quinoa is a complete protein, meaning this tasty bowl will keep you feeling full right through to lunchtime.

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http://www.rootedlondon.com/recipes/2013/07/05/summerquinoaporridge



Asparagus, Crispy Parma Ham and Poached Eggs on Toast

It’s bacon and eggs, but not as you know it! To make it even healthier, skip the crispy parma ham and it will still be delicious.

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http://www.womanandhome.com/galleries/recipes/36522/12/0/healthy-breakfast-recipes