31 Days Of Healthy Breakfast

Above are your first seven days of recipes, and below is the grocery list you’ll need for them. What better thing to do on a Sunday? You may have heard, but we’re giving you thirty-one straight days of healthy breakfast recipes, accompanied by a shopping list each week of what to get. Because, it’s true, breakfast is actually the most important meal of the day. Even though we do sometimes fall prey to the whole consume-near-to-zero calories throughout the day so we can binge at dinner, we’re usually good at kicking off the day right with a healthy breakfast.

But some of you may be wondering, what is a healthy and simultaneously enjoyable breakfast? The drab grapefruit and black coffee seems oh-so-depressing, and sometimes egg whites on their own just don’t cut it. We’ve got you covered with breakfasts chock full of healthy fats. See days one through seven above, and your grocery list below for this first week…

Done with Week 1? Here’s Week 2


2 can coconut milk (Day 1, Day 3)

1 Green Apple (Day 1)

1 dozen eggs (Day 2, Day 4, Day 6)

Free Bread, or bread of choice (Day 2)

2 Avocado (Day 2, Day 5)

2 Lemon (Day 2, Day 6)

1 lb Sweet Potato (Day 3)

3 Bananas (Day 3, Day 5)

2 Bunches Swiss chard (Day 4)

1 head Garlic (Day 4)

1 large Shallot (Day 4)

1 oz. Gouda (Day 4)

4 ounces Smoked Salmon (Day 4)

1 pack Spinach (Day 5)

2 packs blueberries (Day 5, Day 6)

1 pack extra berry of choice (Day 5)

1 container Almond Milk (Day 5, Day 7)

250 ml Milk (Day 6)

1 Blood Orange (Day 7)

Pumpkin Seeds (Day 7)


Oats (Day 1)

Almond Butter (Day 1)

Cinnamon (Day 1)

Salt (Day 2, Day 4, Day 6)

Pepper (Day 2, Day 4)

Chili Flakes (Day 2)

Non-Stick Cooking Spray (Day 2)

Chia Seeds (Day 3, Day 5, Day 7)

Vanilla (Day 3, Day 7)

Agave, optional (Day 3)

Olive oil (Day 4)

Acai Berry Puree (Day 5)

Hemp hearts (Day 5, Day 7)

Spirulina (Day 5)

Whole Wheat Flour (Day 6)

Baking Powder (Day 6)

Baking Soda (Day 6)

Vegetable/Canola Oil (Day 6)

Honey (Day 6, Day 7)

Maple Syrup (Day 6)

Done with Week 1? Here’s Week 2