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Antioxidant-rich kale is even better for you when eaten raw. Thin strips are softened in a light lemon dressing, then tossed with the savory-sweet blend of apple, dates, almonds and cheese. A little pecorino goes a long way in giving this nutritious salad a satisfying depth of flavor.

Swap in vegetables and other clever holders to make breadless renditions of BLTs, burgers, subs and other favorites.

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Robert Irvine's French Toast

Blend a couple of handfuls of berries with a few ice cubes, a drizzle of honey and enough kefir to make it sippable.

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Marcela's Avocado Toast is fit for a fresh start.

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A bowl of gluten-free oatmeal will warm you up on the coldest of days.

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Cookies for breakfast? With Ellie's top-rated recipe, the answer is YES!

Superfood Breakfast Combo

This high-fiber, low-fat breakfast dish is a crowd pleaser. It's sweet and tender and quicker to make than individual pancakes. We love it with just a dusting of confectioners' sugar, or try it with a drizzle of maple syrup.