Blame it on AM puffy eyes, trying to squeeze too many activities into my morning routine, or pushing the limits of my snooze button, but making a healthy breakfast isn’t usually high on my list of priorities in the morning. In the attempt to be kinder to myself (and start following years of my mom’s advice) I’ve started prepping food ahead of time so I have a week’s worth of healthy treats to eat in the morning. Muffins are definitely the perfect weekend baking activity, and having something ready to eat as soon as I wake up makes me want to step up my breakfast game with a side of fruit and yogurt or even a cut-up avo. Click through the slides for a few classic and a couple of unexpected muffin ideas to take your breakfast to the next level!


Morning Glory Muffins, Heartbeet Kitchen

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Pine Nut Cardamom Chia Muffins, Will Frolic for Food

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Sprouted Rye Apple Muffins

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Perfect Blueberry Muffins, Smitten Kitchen

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Savory Sweet Potato Quinoa Muffins, A Brown Table

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Strawberry Oat Cacao, Dolly and Oatmeal

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Whole Wheat Tahini Muffins, My Name is Yeh

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Raspberry Almond Muffins

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Healthy Peanut Butter Muffins, Fit Foodie Finds

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Spiced Carrot Millet Muffins, Naturally Ella

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    linda olson | February 26, 2016 at 12:54 pm

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    Eli | February 26, 2016 at 8:48 pm

    They look delicious but unfortunately gluten is GMO so I think most people should be more aware of how gluten affects our body and mind even if we don’t have any symthoms. We dont absorb nutrients from foods when we eat gluten.

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