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10 Easy Recipes for Breakfast Bowls

Coconut Banana Oats with Crunchy Black Sesame Quinoa Cereal and Mango

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"It’s sort of like granola, but a little less caloric per cup, and crazy crunchy and delicious. Actually, the stuff is addicting, and eaten with some milk? So good," says blogger Half Baked Harvest. (Love granola but want to skip out on added sugar? Check out Sugar Free Granola to Boost Your Breakfast.)

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Chia Seed

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Blogger Angela Liddon of Oh She Glows swears this recipe takes "just a few minutes to throw together before bed," and can be made with or without bananas, depending on your personal preference (also check out 5-Minute Oatmeal Power Bowl.)

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Matcha Green Tea, Buckwheat, and Goji Granola

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"The result is a crunchy, subtly sweet, and energizing superfood granola that tastes amazing with a splash of vanilla almond milk but is equally delicious all on its own," says blogger Blissful Basil. (Did you know homemade almond milk is just a simple recipe? Check out How to Make Your Own Almond Milk—It’s Easy!)

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Strawberry Oatmeal

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Blogger Oh My Veggies says, "This complete meal includes fresh strawberries, chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, slivered almonds, coconut milk, and almond milk. A little pure maple syrup is all you need for some natural sweetness."

 

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Butternut Squash, Kale, and Ground Beef

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This bowl is perfect for leftovers and prepared-ahead savory foods you already have in your fridge. "I’ll bake a couple of butternut squash and/or sweet potatoes on the weekend and keep them in the fridge to use all week," says blogger The Healthy Foodie

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Banana Cacao Avocado Acai

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Blogger Hummusapien descripes these bowls as "really thick smoothies that you eat in a bowl with a spoon. We then top them with yummy superfoods like cacao nibs, coconut, goji berries, banana, and maybe even granola if we’re feeling frisky." (Love making yummy homemade smoothies? Try these 6 Satisfying Vegan Smoothies.) 

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Raw Apple-Cinnamon and Chia Seed

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"Although this dish looks like a big bowl of oatmeal, there isn’t an oat or a grain in sight," blogger Blissful Basil says of the cinnamon-and-nutmeg-packed recipe.

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Quinoa

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"A simple and delicious meal bowl made up of protein (found in the eggs, nuts, cheese and quinoa), fat (found in the avocado, nuts and cheese), and carbohydrate (found in the quinoa and sprouts), complete with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants," says blogger Inspired Edibles of this filling breakfast recipe

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Fast and Easy Tofu Scramble and Tempeh Bacon

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"Golden turmeric-infused, fluffy tofu scramble, speckled with sweet onions and chopped kale fills this plant-based, protein-rich bowl. Perfect pairing: blackened, savory-sweet, maple-tamari tempeh 'bacon' slices," says LunchBoxBunch of this 100 percent vegan recipe. (Turmeric is having a major moment right now. Check out The 9 Biggest Nutrition Trends of 2015 to see why.)

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Hummus and Sweet Potato

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Blogger Ciao Veggie swears this hearty bowl filled with hummus, za'atar-spiced sweet potatoes, and an olive oil-fried egg will fuel you up for a morning run in the park (or anywhere!). (Are you just as obsessed with eggs as we are? Try 20 Quick and Easy Ways to Cook Eggs.)

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