HEALTHY WINTER BREAKFAST RECIPES ‣‣ cozy & healthy breakfast ideas



Today we have 3 healthy winter breakfast recipes that are cozy, comforting and perfect for a chilly morning! These recipes are healthy, gluten-free and can also …

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30 thoughts on “HEALTHY WINTER BREAKFAST RECIPES ‣‣ cozy & healthy breakfast ideas

  1. Can someone tell me how are those recipes healthy? I would expect "healthy" to have at least some fruit and veg. Yes there's a mashed banana in the first recipe and there's a pumpkin puree and some nuts, but that's pretty much it. And how is adding a ton of maple syrup healthy? I'm especially confused with the second recipe, it seems more like dessert than a healthy breakfast.

    Also, I checked the nutrition information and for the second recipe, and you claim it has 14g of carbs per serving (which i'm assuming is 1 waffle), but I couldn't believe it, so i calculated for myself and it seems like the 14g is just 1 plain waffle and that's fine, but another 15g of carbs will be in that maple syrup (i counted it as 1tbspoon, but i'm 100% sure there's waaay more than that) and at least another 13g of carbs in molasses, and both of those things are simple sugars! That's 28g of sugar more than you claim, so overall this recipe has around 33g of sugar and max amount of sugar you should eat in a day is *25g*! You don't specify what is in a serving, so this is misleading! And even the first recipe had 28g of sugar. Is that really healthy?

    So yeah, to sum up, you could probably change the title to: a chocolate breakfast full of sugar and 2 desserts

  2. Hey! I actually liked all the recipes since they are perfect for the cold season, but I need to make some constructive criticism: there’s like no fruit in them! I need fruit to energize me in the morning and it’s just RIGHT to have them with all that sweetness. Just my opinion, thanks!

  3. The Crazy Hippy Vegan Housewife May 1, 2019 at 12:44 pm - Reply

    Your waffels had absolutely no ginger in them. You added cinnamon instead of ginger.

  4. All of these recipes look oh-so perfect for the colder seasons! Waffles, chocolate, and cake for breakfast sounds like a fabulous scheme to me 💗

  5. I appreciate your talent Alyssa! I’m hoping to bump into you one day in the city so we can finally meet! lol you’re my friend in my head 😊

  6. A warm fruit compote is excellent on waffles – cranberry apple or cranberry pear (with some spice and maple syrup or honey added, and a little bit of butter or coconut oil).

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