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Mother's Day Breakfast Ideas

Here are some suggestions for a simple, yet impressive, Mother's Day breakfast:

  • Yogurt parfait: Layer low-fat yogurt, granola (mixed with flaxseed for extra omega-3s), and mixed berries in a tall, clear glass.
  • Whole-grain waffles (homemade or frozen) topped with sliced bananas, toasted pecans, and warm maple syrup.
  • Mango smoothie: Toss a cut-up mango, low-fat yogurt, mango or orange juice, and a handful of ice into a blender. Serve with whole-wheat toast spread with almond butter.
  • Breakfast burrito: Stir-fry cut-up vegetables, like onions, zucchini, and red peppers, until tender. Add beaten eggs (or egg substitute) and stir until cooked. Top with shredded cheese and wrap in a whole-wheat tortilla. Serve a fruit salsa on the side.
  • Frittata: Using an iron skillet, fry vegetables as in the burrito recipe. Add last night's leftover steak and potatoes to the vegetables. Add eggs, and cook over medium heat on the stovetop until the bottom is set (without stirring). Then run under the oven broiler briefly until the top is cooked. Serve with fruit salad.
  • Bagels and cream cheese: Start with fresh whole-grain bagels. Top with low-fat cream cheese, sliced salmon, sliced tomatoes, chopped red onion, and a few capers. Serve with half a pink grapefruit or fresh-squeezed grapefruit juice.
  • Berry ricotta toast: Toast two slices of whole-wheat bread. Top with part-skim ricotta cheese and fresh berries.
  • Fruity French toast: Make French toast special by adding cinnamon to the batter. Top with a dollop of vanilla yogurt, sliced fresh fruit, and a drizzle of maple syrup.
  • Egg "Mock" Muffin. Toast a whole-wheat muffin. Cook one egg and place it on the muffin. Then top with prepared turkey bacon or Canadian bacon and a slice of cheese for a faster than fast-food breakfast.
  • Apple pancakes: Add a cup of chunky applesauce and a teaspoon of cinnamon to your favorite pancake batter. (Make the pancakes extra-special by cooking them in a heart-shaped cookie cutter or mold.) Top cooked pancakes with apple butter or maple syrup and toasted walnuts.
  • Heart eggs: Using a heart-shaped cookie cutter, cut out the center of a slice of whole- grain bread. Spray both sides of bread with cooking spray and place in sauté pan over medium heat. Crack an egg into the center hole, cover the pan, and cook until done as desired. Serve mom one or two heart eggs with a fruit garnish.
  • Cottage cheese crunch: Start with a clear glass bowl. Layer sliced fruit, such as peaches and bananas. Then add a layer of low-fat cottage cheese, and top it off with mom's favorite whole-grain cereal.
  • Open face waffle sandwich: Toast a whole-grain waffle. Spread with nut butter and jam, then top with sliced bananas and slivered almonds.
  • Cranberry nut oatmeal: Make instant oatmeal according to package directions. Top with dried cranberries and toasted nuts for a delicious, cholesterol-lowering breakfast.

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