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Baked Goods for Breakfast



Is it just us or does eating the same ole thing for breakfast every day start to get old after a while? Eggs and oatmeal certainly are not bad by any means, but there is only so much you can do with eggs and other breakfast items before it gets old and starts to taste the same day after day.


Thankfully there is a huge list of amazing, delicious, and different types of baked goods that are actually healthy and taste good! These awesome baked breakfast goods are a great way to start the morning off, and will keep you filled up and energized so you can start the day off on the right foot.


1. Baked scones with almonds and strawberries


Scones are often very heavy and sit on the stomach for quite a while after you eat them, but these scones are light and not as dense as others are. In order to get a light and fluffy texture, bake these strawberry almond scones with pastry flour and you will be amazed at the tenderness! If you are not a huge fan of almonds, go ahead and throw in extra strawberries for a fruit-filled light and delicate morning meal!

2. Raspberry sweet rolls...puts cinnamon rolls to shame!


This is a favorite for people who love something sweet and savory throughout the entire year, and these raspberry sweet rolls are perfect whether you eat them in the winter or summer. Let's be honest, raspberries are a fruit that are just far superior to other fruits, mix them in with a sweet yeast roll and you get a fun, delicious, sweet breakfast that takes an ordinary cinnamon bun to the next level. You will be amazed at how fast you and your family scarf these puppies down!

3. Zucchini bread with yogurt and walnuts


One of the best baked goods you can have in the morning is moist zucchini bread that falls apart in your mouth and makes you drool at the thought of it. The Zucchini bread is healthy on its own, but add in walnuts and you're just giving your heart the healthy kick it needs to really start your day off the healthy way. Using yogurt instead of butters or oils makes the bread moist without any additional, unnecessary fats.

4. Giant biscuits (with jelly, syrup, and/or honey of course)


Imagine going down to the Saturday farmer's market or taking a stroll through town and having the smell of fresh biscuits come out and hit your nose. You know that you will instantly start to clamor and run towards them! The good news is that you can make these at home and enjoy them every morning if you want too! Just distribute the dough a little further and make sure butter is evenly distributed so you get the light, extra flaky texture to it! Choose a different filling like jelly, jam, fruit, butter, honey, syrup, bacon, sausage, etc. and it will be a new treat every day!


5. Spanish tortilla filled with mint and yogurt


© John Kernick


This dish is really similar to that of a nice frittata, and this little frittata does not do any messing around that is for sure! This little dish is hearty and filling, but also incredibly light and leaves your mouth with a lovely minty taste that is refreshing after a big meal!

6. Nutella swirl pound cake


Going back to the sweet stuff, nutella pound cake is a beautiful breakfast that tastes as good as it looks! This is great with your first cup of coffee in the mornings, or even as a mid-day snack served with coffee or chocolate ice cream. This is not necessarily a hearty baked breakfast, but it is one that will put a smile on your face and will make you satisfied every time.


7. Baked chorizo, potatoes, and eggs


You may be thinking that having your breakfast baked means that it has to be something that is sweet and sugary. However, it can also be savory and hearty for those who are not too huge on sweet stuff. This treat has a whole bunch of hearty chorizo crumbled up, potatoes that have been baked long enough to be crispy but not burnt, and eggs baked right in there with it. This is definitely something to eat when you are facing a long day ahead of you as it will keep you all filled up and focused for the day ahead.

8. Bacon, Tomato, egg, and cheese breakfast bake


© Fredrika Stjärne


This is a baked morning dish that has a little bit of crunch from the bacon, a lovely vegetable element that comes from the tomatoes, and is set apart from other breakfast bakes with the runny eggs that are on top. It is made to cook low and slow in a baking dish, so it has a crisp bottom and cheesy, chewy middle section. It is the perfect filling way to start your day and has so much protein that you'll feel full and energized all morning long.


9. Frittata with leeks and yukon gold potatoes


This little meal is crispy and gives you layer after layer of extra creamy textures. It is so soft with the cheese in the middle. but hearty and filling with the potatoes and leeks in them...and you just cannot go wrong when it comes to anything with cheese baked into it! This is a perfect baked treat for breakfast or brunch!


10. Protein muffins with chocolate chips and bananas


When it comes to these muffins, they are a lot like regular banana bread that is dense, delicious, and a perfect way to get rid of overripe bananas that no one else is going to eat on their own. When you add in chocolate for some sweetness and protein powder, you get a baked breakfast that is sweet and full of protein and potassium so you feel energized and full for a longer amount of time. An added bonus is that the protein will help encourage healthy muscles to grow and increase your metabolism!



Breakfast does not have to be stale or boring, get adventurous and dare to try out one of the many ideas we have included below!

11. Zucchini bread with a chocolate glaze

12. Zucchini spice bread

13. Zucchini bread with applesauce and chocolate chips

14. Banana bread with walnuts and chocolate chips

15. Coffee cake with cinnamon streusel crunch on top

16. Coffee and banana bread

17. Cheese and fruit danish (with fruit glaze and sprinkles on top!)

18. Apple crisp with only vegan ingredients

19. Pumpkin bread pudding

20. Galettes with heirloom tomatoes

21. Challah bread stuffed with cheese and tomatoes

22. Chocolate and zucchini bread made from almond flour

23. Almond butter cookies with sea salt, chocolate chips, and no flour

24. Blueberry and lemon muffins

25. Quiche stuffed with goat cheese, caramelized onions, and thyme

26. Chunky raspberry and honey granola

27. Gingerbread cookies made with almond flour

28. Pecan shortbread cookies sweetened with everything naturally good for you

29. Sweet potato biscuits that are flaky and filling

30. Olive bread that doesn't have to be kneaded

31. Pumpkin muffins made with almond flour

32. Breakfast crisps made with strawberry rhubarb

33. Breakfast tart of goat cheese, mushrooms, and asparagus

34. Oatmeal raisin cookies, made the healthy way so they are perfect for breakfast!

35. Whole wheat biscuits with cinnamon butter and honey

36. Pumpkin and oatmeal muffins sweetened with maple syrup

37. Breakfast tart made with heirloom tomatoes and ricotta cheese

38. Cornbread muffins with cheddar and scallions for an extra razzle dazzle

39. Muffin pan potatoes with spinach and goat cheese

40. Apple crumble made the healthy way

41. Bread pudding that is sweetened with maple syrup, mixed fresh berries, and goat cheese

42. Coconut cupcakes with carrots and sweetened with maple syrup

43. Bran muffins that are sweetened with natural healthy sweeteners and filled with parsnips

44. Blueberry raspberry muffins made without any flour

45. Apple muffins sweetened with natural sweeteners and filled with almonds

46. Nut bread loaf with pumpkin and cranberries to sweeten it

47. Cornmeal and thyme biscuits placed on top of peach cobbler and baked. Served with hot coffee or ice cream if served at brunch

48. Quinoa crunch sweetened with maple syrup or natural honey and served with fruit and/or yogurt

49. Oatmeal baked with date butter and apples

50. Fresh scones with blueberry and lemons

51. Fully loaded breakfast bars loaded with everything good for your body!

52. Breakfast bars with almonds and raspberries

53. Orange polenta breakfast cake with almond and oat streusel on top for an extra sweet crunch

54. Phyllo rolls with cheese and parsley inside

55. Olive cake with feta cheese and Kalamata olives

56. Brioche French toast topped with fresh berries and caramel sauce

57. Pull-apart bread with pumpkin and cinnamon

58. Coffee cake with mango and coconut topping

59. Baked oatmeal with blackberries and maple syrup or honey to sweeten

60. Baked cinnamon doughnuts with a vanilla bean glaze on top

61. Yogurt and molasses bread filled with walnuts and dried figs

62. Turkish Simit is a tricky recipe, but it is much like a baked pretzel but more dense, buttery, and overall delicious!

63. Sticky buns are a bit different than cinnamon rolls, though they are more alike than they are different. Sticky buns are not quite as doughy, but is doubly coated in brown sugar and cinnamon. This is a hearty breakfast thanks to the large amount of nuts that are often found in sticky buns

64. Peanut butter and oatmeal blobs with chocolate morsels

65. No bake oatmeal protein balls

66. Coconut and blueberry protein muffins


After reading through all of those options, do you still think breakfast has to be boring or that you have to eat the same ole thing every single day? We firmly believe that it can be easy and fun to open your world up to more than just your typical eggs and bacon routine.


As you can see there are literally hundreds of baked goodies out there that are easy to make, and taste good too. And an added perk is that many of the baked goods that can be found as staples all around the world are as healthy as they are delicious. No more muddling through it and settling for a bowl of cereal, get in the kitchen, get creative, and you will never look back!