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Recipes - Breakfast
Eggs deliver a nice dose of vitamin B12, which has been linked to improved memory and a lower risk of cognitive decline later in life. And there’s something about sunnyside-up eggs that make me smile. Here we bake the eggs in little ramekins filled with a sautéed mix of chard, onion, garlic, parsley, and olives, with tomatoes on top.
Sautéing apples enables you to cook them through without dehydrating them like baking or roasting does, and it allows the apples to maintain their shape and not get mushy. Serve with plain yogurt, a drizzle of cream, or a crumble of goat cheese.
Millet and quinoa both provide a wealth of nutrients, which makes them a great choice for a hearty breakfast. This cereal offers a wonderful alternative to oatmeal. Leftovers can be pressed into muffin tins and cooled in the refrigerator. Remove the next day for a hand-held breakfast treat (can be enjoyed with nut butters, fruit jams, cream cheese or any other toppings you enjoy).