Today I am sharing my favorite healthy breakfast recipes that use Ezekiel bread. Many people skip breakfast because of time constraints, or they are just not hungry in the morning. Like many of you, my mornings are hectic and involve lots of multi-tasking. I need a breakfast that can consume while curling my hair, well balanced, quick and easy. This is was the inspiration for these various Ezekiel recipes.

For those of your unfamiliar with Ezekiel it is a bread make from sprouted grain, meaning it contains no flour. This is a great option for me because I love carbohydrates, but bread containing enriched flour makes me bloat. You can find Ezekiel in the freezer aisle of most grocery stores. I would recommend only defrosting a few pieces at a time as it molds quickly.

I hope you enjoy these recipes!

 

 

Ezekiel Egg Avocado

Strawberry Almond Butter

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Ezekiel Avocado with an Over Easy Egg: Start by heating a nonstick pan on low heat and lightly spray with olive oil cooking spray. Toast bread until golden. While bread is toasting crack egg into skillet and fry on each side for 1-2 minutes. Remove toast and mash 1/3 of an avocado onto the bread. Top with the egg and sprinkle with salt and pepper.

Ezekiel Peanut Butter Banana Toast: Toast bread until golden then spread 2 tablespoons of Teddie Smooth peanut butter and top with a half of thinly sliced banana.

Ezekiel Almond Butter Strawberry Toast: Toast bread until golden. Top with 2 tablespoons of Barney Butter in Smooth Almond and sliced strawberries.

Ezekiel Omelet Toast: Heat nonstick pan on low and spray with cooking oil. Whisk 1 egg with a dash of milk. Finely chop a few spinach leaves, one slice of Applegate slow cooked ham and grate 2 tablespoons of 2% cheese. Add egg to pan let sit for 30 before evenly distributing ham and spinach. Use a rubber spatula to fold the mixture. Place on toast and top with cheese.