What is your favorite breakfast recipe that includes lots of vegetables?

Isabelle N.
I really like a veggie scramble. Any sort of mix of onions, pepper, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, etc. Season with salt, pepper, garlic. Move to the side and then scramble eggs in the same pan, combine when ready and then toss a giant handful of fresh spinach. Mix that in just enough to start wilting because it'll keep cooking as you move everything to your plate. Season again with S+P to taste and enjoy! Egg cups are a great on the go alternate 🙂

Beibit P.
I like smoothies with spinach, kale, cucumber, bananas, berries, linen seeds, vegan protein. Another great breakfast is a greek salad with tomatoes, cucumber, feta and olives

Alexandra G.
I love making an omelette with 2 eggs, 30 grams of cheese, 100 grams of vegatables, 30 grams meat, and one teaspoon of oil. Any vegatables can be added, but potatoes.

Amalie C.
I like to make soyrizo with eggs and add some spinach and cherry tomatoes. Then I pair with black beans and white rice, if I have any, to make a wannabe version of casamiento.

Moni N.
My favorite breakfast recipe comes from 28-day detox program which is based mostly on vegetable meals. Grate two to four carrots (depends on the size) and one apple, grind a handful of nuts (original recipe contains walnuts, I use almonds). Mix it all together. You can add some raisins, honey and cinnamon to add a flavor. If you want to prepare bigger amount in advance, you can store it in the refridgerator for couple of days.

Joel N.
That would probably some kind of sandwich with pepper/paprika. Usually I'll go more with fruits and nuts on my oats. I guess I could try some avocado

Mathilde P.
I’m not a big fan of vegetables which is a habit I would like to break. As alternative I will say I like fruit in breakfasts, particularly oats with honey and peanut butter

Julie I.
I guess an omelette with lots of veggies is what 1st comes to mind. Spinach and feta, or broccoli and cheddar are usually what I would order out. At home, peppers and onion are more common for our omelettes.

Green smoothies are popular and can be done in a healthy way. (Without lots of added sugar…and even without too much fruit.) Good luck!

Janet U.
I don’t have a single answer. Frittatas, omelettes, and breakfast burritos are some breakfast dishes I use a lot of vegetables in. Its fairly simple to add them into some eggs and cheese.

Nabila L.
Sandwich, I tried to make a simple yet full sandwich filled with eggs, onions, and any greens I could find in the fridge.

Olivia Y.
A veggie scramble. Cut up a bunch of veggies such as mushrooms, bell peppers, onions, and asparagus and heat them up in a frying pan. Scramble eggs in a bowl and pour them over the cooked veggies, sprinkle some shredded cheddar cheese over the top, and enjoy!

Lou X.
Tofu scramble! Specifically chopped onions, diced red pepper, paprika, chili powder, and any other greens I've got in the fridge.

Wayne Z.
I have always avoided vegetables in a morning… I guess I do enjoy mushrooms so… mushrooms with eggs I guess nice and simple =p

0x Xx0 N.
To be honest I would like to have my ideal breakfast, which is yogurt, salad, sandwich, eggs, milk and cereal. But since I'm not earning any money, I could only have sandwich, eggs, milk, cereal and bread for breakfast. If I am able to earn money by myself, I would like to make my breakfast healthier although its seem to be healthy now.

Ashi F.
To me a very healthy breakfast is dosa and sambar (it's a South Indian dish). Dosa is similar to a crepe but made of rice and peeled black gram and sambar is a stew made with a lot of vegetables.

P.S. The recipe for both is really long to type but I hope Google helps you out and you try this dish ❤️✨

Eli P.
My face green smoothie with kale, spinach, lemon, celery, ginger, banana, apple and oat milk together with a nuts and raisin oatmeal.

Aurora Z.
I usually make a veggie omelet or I bake vegetables with olive oil and salt and pepper. Really easy and healthy as well.

Kelly Q.
You can put every veggie, cooked any way you can think of, into an omelette, or into a baked egg muffin, a quiche, an egg casserole,
Examples:
Roasted/ steamed/ sautéed with garlic, olive oil, salt + pepper:
Broccoli, shredded carrots, asparagus, onions, sweet potato, any type of squash, zucchini, cauliflower, peppers, spinach, kale, tomato.
Add meat: deli ham, Turkey, bacon, sausage
Add shredded cheeses or slices or whatever cheese you have in the fridge.
There is literally no wrong way to make this.
To keep costs even lower or to stretch an extra day before going to the store for more veggies- keep frozen veggies on hand to use. Just drain them well.

Don’t forget to use you favorite spices to flavor this up!

Gabriela O.
My favorite breakfast is banana with cinnamon, peanut butter, covered in oat.
But when we talk about vegetables… I guess I would go for a veggie omelet (made with veg leftovers from yesterday)

Tristan S.
I usually don’t eat a lot of vegetables in the morning but I love tomato salads and avocado toasts and I’d love to try more recipes in the future!

Michelle N.
Eggs! They are full of protein and you can put just about anything in them. Even the leftover veggies from dinner the night before. And eggs can be cooked however you prefer. 3 scrambled eggs on the stove, in the oven, even the microwave. Add in a little ham, cheese, etc. You cannot go wrong and it takes only minutes.