Start your day off right with a great breakfast. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day but it’s easy to pick unhealthy choices. Start off the new year with a great resolution- eating a healthy breakfast every day. One easy tip is to have a high protein breakfast. This will keep you full for longer.

We found 8 healthy and filling breakfast dishes that were submitted by Half Hour Meals users.

What will you be having for breakfast this year?

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8. 3 Egg Omelet

This quick and easy omelet will turn out perfectly every time. Three eggs might seem like a lot, but at 75 calories each, you can eat a lot of them! Fill the omelet up with left over vegetables, meat, and cheese.

7. Ham and Egg Cups

Make these cute egg cups ahead of time for a relaxed morning. They bake in ham, which keeps them from sticking and adds more protein. Eat a few of these for a filling start to your day.

6. Protein Pancakes

Make pancakes healthy by adding in protein powder to the mix. Protein powder can be a very versitile ingredient that can be added to so many different kinds of recipes. These pancakes taste delicious and this added ingredient makes them much more practical as a breakfast food.

5. Homemade Egg McMuffin

Skip the fast food lineup and make your own egg breakfast sandwich. Choose whole grain English muffins and use light cheese to cut down the calories and amp up the fiber.

4. Easy Omelette

This beginner omelette is easy enough that children could help make it. The key to a fluffy omelette is cooking it slowly and using milk instead of water as the addition.

3. Slow Cooker Oatmeal

Put together this quick and easy oatmeal dish before you go to bed, set the slow cooker, and wake up to an amazing breakfast! Oatmeal is filling and will keep you satisfied until lunch time.

2. Vegetable Frittata

This is a great way to use leftover vegetables. Using the egg substitute really “lightens” the recipe and does not lessen the taste. You can add almost any leftovers to this dish. Meatloaf or even stir fry would work great as additions.

1. Mango Smoothie

If you’re rushed in the morning, a smoothie might be the best choice. This recipe uses mango and avocado. The avocado adds a great silkiness and is full of good fats. Toss in some protein powder for extra nutrition.

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