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What 9 Women’s Health Editors Eat for Breakfast Each Morning

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When you tell people you work atWomen’s Health, the response almost always falls into one of two categories: Either, “You have the coolest jobever” (we agree!). Or, “So are you healthy all the time?” The short answer? We enjoy the occasional cupcake or handful of potato chips just like the next person, but there are also plenty of nutritious foods we love. Just check out these wholesome go-to breakfasts from nine of our editors.

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Better-for-You Frozen Waffles

"I'm pretty much obsessed with Trader Joe's Multigrain Toaster Waffles. They're soft on the inside and crunchy on the outside. Much tastier—and less soggy!—than your standard frozen waffles. I top them with just about anything: jelly, Nutella, fruit, you name it. But in the morning, I've recently started to swipe on some peanut butter for a grab-and-go protein fix that's more satisfying than a bar." —Alison Goldman, online associate editor

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Egg-Topped Toasts

“What’s great about this healthy/filling breakfast is that, apart from the eggs, you can always have the ingredients in the freezer. I toast Ezekiel bread—'cause it's healthier and all—and layer something green on top. The green portion depends on what I have in my fridge or freezer: I either use avocado or sautéed kale. Then I add the fried egg; I usually like to keep it over easy so then I squish it with the spatula and all the yoke seeps down. Yum! Then of course I top with Sriracha, one of my favorite things on the planet!" —Gabrielle Porcaro, senior fashion and market editor

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Whole-Grain Cereal and Tea

"I am pretty much the complete opposite of a morning person—I heart you, snooze button—so a bowl of cereal is perfect: super-quick and easy, and I can keep it at the office.  I prefer organic whole-grain raisin bran with almond milk because it’s filling and tides me over until lunch time. Plus, I have a cup of energizing black tea, which gives me the caffeine fix I need."—Sandra Roldan, senior producer

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Muesli Mix

“I like making this muesli because I can prepare it the night before by letting it soak in almond milk overnight in the refrigerator. I add berries or a banana on top in the morning—or sometimes I mix them in the night before to add more texture. It's sweet and hearty, and you can try different fruits and toppings to switch it up!” —Elizabeth Natoli, designer

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Savory Oatmeal

“I once read an article by Mark Bittman that said he loved savory oatmeal, so of course I had to try it—and it’s surprisingly good! I throw oats, romaine, grape tomatoes, onions, dried mushrooms, shredded Swiss cheese, and a dash of soy sauce in a bowl, then add water and microwave it for about three minutes—until all of the veggies have softened a bit. On weekends, I also throw a fried egg on top for extra protein.” —Robin Hilmantel, online deputy editor

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European Spread

“I've always been really bad at eating breakfast, probably because I don't really like most on-the-go options. I prefer preparing a few different, easy foods into a sort-of meal I can either eat in one sitting or over time. Hard boiling eggs and slicing up a grapefruit take almost no time—all you need is 10 minutes, salt, pepper, and a knife—and cheese, preserves, and crackers make for a great flavor pairing. High cholesterol runs in my family, so I ditch the egg yolks. And cheese helps me get some calcium. It's energizing, surprisingly light, and flavorful—plus, anything I don’t eat at home can easily become a mid-morning snack at my desk.” —Charesse James, junior producer

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Fruit-Topped Oatmeal

“I am such a sweet breakfast kind of girl. Each day, I make some variation of oatmeal with bananas and some kind of berry to naturally sweeten up the oat without any added sugar. Occasionally, I'll throw some mini chocolate chips in there, too. What can I say—I like to live dangerously.” —Ashley Oerman, online editorial assistant

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Homemade Yogurt Parfait

“My weekday healthy breakfast is usually a DIY parfait with plain Greek yogurt—I always get organic if it's available—blueberries, raspberries, and a little bit of granola. Because I believe no meal is complete without crunch. It's much healthier than getting the already-flavored, fruity, sugary yogurts.






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