Healthy Breakfast Recipes

Add Major Goddess Vibes to Your Morning With This Glow-Inducing Breakfast Bowl

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If your idea of a healthy breakfast begins and ends with berries and oatmeal because 1) it's quick, and 2) it checks the box for your definition of "healthy," we've got a recipe that'll totally flip the script on how you view your first meal of the day.

This Green Goddess Breakfast Bowl from The Well+Good Cookbook—available for preorder right now—is a veggie-loaded take on the traditional porridge brekky. And you can batch cook the nutty quinoa ahead of time for meal-prep magic.

Madeleine Murphy, co-founder of Montauk Juice Factory and The End Brooklyn (yes, the place with the unicorn lattes), created the recipe when she noticed that her usual grab-and-go breakfasts just weren't sustaining her through her hectic mornings.

"As a busy entrepreneur, I've always known that a good breakfast is key to being able to feel aligned for a positive, successful day," Murphy says. "What I love about this sort of non-traditional breakfast bowl is that it's savory, filling—and I can do a lot of the prep the night before."

"What I love about this sort of non-traditional breakfast bowl is that it's savory, filling—and I can do a lot of the prep the night before."

With this vegan and gluten-free breakfast, "you'll start your day nourished, energized, light, and glowing—the way every goddess should!" says Murphy. A lot of props go to her Green Goddess Dressing, which ties the dish together and is brimming with ingredients the certified health coach says are known for hormone-balancing powers like avocado and flax.

And if eating with specific health goals in mind is right up your alley, you'll love The Well+Good Cookbook, which officially hits shelves on April 16 and features 100 recipes, all from wellness experts, that help to support everything from better digestion to better mood, skin, and sex. Here's to soaking up goddess vibes every morning.

Watch the video on how to make this healthy breakfast bowl, and preorder The Well+Good Cookbook now to get our entire collection of recipes for eating for wellness.

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