4 Thanksgiving Day Breakfasts That Won't Leave You Too Full for Turkey

4 Thanksgiving Day Breakfasts That Won't Leave You Too Full for Turkey

On Thanksgiving Day, the main focus revolves around a large and impressive spread of food for a late lunch or dinner. But that doesn’t mean you should starve yourself until then! It’s important to eat breakfast on Thanksgiving morning so you can keep your metabolism moving, and prevent yourself from massively overeating later on in the day. Here are seven healthy breakfast recipes that will give you a nutritious start to the morning, and still leave you plenty of room for a hearty plate of your favorite Thanksgiving foods.

 

Healthy Thanksgiving Day Breakfasts

 

Pumpkin Protein Pancakes
If you really want to make pumpkin the theme for the day, then whip up some of these protein pancakes. Made with real pumpkin puree, they’ll get you (and your tastebuds) ready for the rest of the festive foods to come.

Pumpkin Protein Pancakes Topped with Greek Yogurt

 

Shakshuka
If you have houseguests, you’ll need to feed them breakfast and Thanksgiving dinner! Shakshuka is low effort and a great way to feed a house full of people, fast. With this one-pan dish of eggs baked in tomato sauce, everyone will have full bellies and you’ll have plenty of time to focus on the main event. Get the recipe.

Shakshuka

 

Egg Sandwich with Canadian Bacon
With three full cups of spinach in each serving, this open-faced sandwich is a hearty and nutritious way to kick off a day of temptations with plenty of green veggies. Get the recipe.

Egg Sandwich with Canadian Bacon

 

Oatmeal with Pears and Cinnamon
Start the morning off with something quick, easy, slightly sweet, and delightfully spiced. This oatmeal will stick to your ribs and give you energy without filling you up too much.

Oatmeal with Pears and Cinnamon

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