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Having two minutes to take a bite of avocado toast on your way out the door may feel more like a luxury than a must-have on some days (#sigh). But Kate Middleton‘s sister, Pippa, obviously knows how important breakfast is for helping you power through your daily #bossbabe agenda. (She’s even a key supporter of Magic Breakfast, a UK-based philanthropic initiative that provides free breakfast to schools in disadvantaged areas of the country.)

“My usual breakfast is either plain yogurt with chopped fruit and toasted seeds, oats and nuts or toasted rye bread with eggs or avocado.” —Pippa Middleton

According to People, Middleton swears by breakfast to start her day right. “My usual breakfast is either plain yogurt with chopped fruit and toasted seeds, oats and nuts or toasted rye bread with eggs or avocado,” she said. Fiber, protein, and healthy fats in one meal? Ummm sounds like the breakfast of nutrition champions to me.

If you need further proof that Middleton would fit in with your healthy brunch squad, consider this: She called out pancakes with syrup and bacon as a breakfast food she’d never eat. While her concern for gleaning healthy energy from balanced meals is totally understandable, maybe these adaptogenic pancakes could change her mind about the breakfast treat. Consider it food for thought.

Looking for some healthy breakfast inspo? Take a peek at what’s been trending, and get your nom on. And these arty bowls of oatmeal will inspire you to shake up the morning staple.