Fall! Breakfast! Two of my favorite things. Though easy, healthy dinner recipes are the focus at Loveleaf Co., breakfast is pretty important too. And I’m on a mission to prove that seemingly #fancy breakfasts can be enjoyed any morning of the week, not just on cozy Sundays.
Below are seven healthy fall breakfast recipes, all easy and most of which you can prep-ahead as a little gift to your future weekday morning self. Enjoy!
There’s nothing better than a lazy fall Sunday morning with pancakes… especially pancakes that are actually pretty good for you. These gluten-free (and dairy-free!) apple cinnamon pancakes are made with buckwheat and almond flour, which makes them light and fluffy and nutrient-dense. And though pancakes aren’t usually considered a “weekday breakfast,” I included freezes instructions so you can make these ahead and enjoy all week.
So you know I have a thing for smoothies. But smoothies that taste like pumpkin pie? With alllll the toppings? I’m in.
This easy pumpkin pie smoothie bowl is full of the healthy stuff. Made with pure pumpkin purée, frozen riced cauliflower, and frozen banana, you’ll start your day with produce without even realizing it. (Frozen cauliflower? Yes, don’t be scared! I promise you can’t taste it and it gives the smoothie bowl extra fiber and a creaminess you’re going to love.)
This cozy, spiced pumpkin baked oatmeal is one of those weekday game-changers. It’s not only healthy but also meal-preppable! This oatmeal takes literally less than 10 minutes to throw together and bam – six servings of breakfast ready for you any morning of the week.
These healthy, flourless (!) pumpkin pancakes come together in minutes, perfect for cozy fall mornings. In my house, pancakes are more of a weekend thing, but these are so easy that you can whip them up any morning of the week with just a few pantry staples (eggs, pumpkin, banana, pumpkin pie spice).
Another recipe proving that smoothie bowls can be a year-round food! These cozy chai smoothie bowls are full of wintry, warming flavor thanks to the spices in the chai tea. Top with your favorite granola for an extra satisfying morning.
Another prep-ahead favorite. These pecan pie chia puddings are so simple to throw together, they basically makes themselves (because simple is always best… in recipes and in life ✌🏼). Take just a minute to mix together the date-sweetened almond milk with the chia seeds and divide between glasses or jars the night before.
If you’re looking for a healthy (gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free) holiday breakfast, these gluten-free gingerbread pancakes are it. Full of classic gingerbread spice and super easy to make, these pancakes are what cozy holiday mornings are made of. Just pour yourself a cup of coffee (or healthy eggnog), curl up with your favorite holiday movie, and dig in.
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