7 Breakfast Recipes Even People Who Hate Breakfast Will Love

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Called "brinner," breakfast for dinner is a fun once-in-a-while tradition. But we're calling for a new routine -- dinner for breakfast. From breakfast pizzas to morning tacos, you'll stay satiated until lunch with these fun twists on favorite suppers. Even better, the recipes include more protein than your typical bowl of oatmeal, and they also offer creative ways to pack even more veggies and greens into your diet.

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2. Waffles With Feta and Smoked Salmon

Here, savory open-face waffles make a delicious platform for creamy, tangy goat cheese and delicate strips of smoked salmon. Research suggests that goat cheese can be easier to digest and enable an increased absorption of iron and calcium, while smoked salmon is a tasty way to get omega-3s. This is a quick breakfast meal that is good any time of day. Pair it with soup, fruit or a salad, and you can keep any leftover batter in the fridge for several days.

Related: Full Recipe: Waffles With Feta and Smoked Salmon

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3. Kale Fruit Salad With Blueberry Dressing

Kale shines for breakfast in this fun fruit salad. Adding the toasted sunflower seeds and a blueberry dressing to the tofu and greens creates a light yet filling salad that is quite colorful too. If you are trying to get more fruits and vegetables into your diet, this is a tasty and colorful way to do it.

Related: Full Recipe: Kale Fruit Salad With Blueberry Dressing

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4. Gluten-Free Breakfast Pizza With Cinnamon Honey Drizzle

Whole grains become more digestible with soaking, but they retain their nutritional profile far better than using flour, which can oxidize rapidly. This gluten-free crust has a bit of tanginess from the quinoa, so be sure to rinse it to wash off the bitter saponin and bring out the sweetness of the combo instead. The almond-milk cream cheese has less fat, and its fresh flavor sparkles with the honey drizzle. The taste is deliciously more decadent than it really is.

Related: Full Recipe: Gluten-Free Breakfast Pizza With Cinnamon Honey Drizzle

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Breakfast Pasta With Avocado Sauce

Bet you never thought of using leftover pasta for breakfast. This particular version gives your brain the fuel it needs to power through a busy morning. The lemony avocado sauce is bright and refreshing. One regular avocado is more than just quality fat: There are approximately three grams of protein as well as some B vitamins and trace minerals in this wonderful fruit. Tarragon is supportive for digestion, so all together the ingredients in this creation take eggs to a whole new place.

Related: Full Recipe: Breakfast Pasta With Avocado Sauce

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Vegetarian Breakfast Tacos

Tofu is known to be a cooling food in many traditional cultures, making it a promising start on a hot morning. With a nice, egg-like consistency, it absorbs the flavors of seasonings like cumin, a member of the carrot family that aids in digestion. Of course, you can also use eggs in this quick-cooking breakfast dish for a similar effect.

Related: Full Recipe: All-Day Veggan Soft Tacos

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