Do you hit the snooze button multiple times every morning when the alarm clock sounds? Do you grudgingly drag yourself down to the kitchen for your morning coffee, only to leave the house without eating? Well no more! You’ve heard the reasons you need to eat a healthy breakfast. No more excuses! Here are three easy breakfast recipes featuring vegetables. Vegetables for breakfast? Yes, you read that correctly. Vegetables are rich in essential vitamins and nutrients, and many vegetables help fight cancer. These veggie-packed breakfast ideas will give you energy, deliver nutrients and jumpstart your morning: Juicing: Do you have a juicer or blender handy? Throw in some spinach, add some carrots, kale, or cucumbers, and blend away! You’ll have a refreshing breakfast option you can drink as you rush out the door. Add a splash of mint or a dash of lemon zest for taste. Sweet Potatoes: Sweet potatoes are a delightful breakfast option. They’re versatile, tasty and unbelievably simple. Bake and eat, smash and spread on toast, or stir together with a little Greek yogurt and cinnamon. You can ready sweet potatoes ahead of time by wrapping in aluminum foil and baking at 400-degrees until soft. Plus, sweet potatoes keep well in the refrigerator. Omelets: Omelets are a fabulous way to add veggies at breakfast. Chop up some veggies of your choosing – onions, peppers, spinach,michael kors bags uk and tomatoes work well. Heat a little oil in a non-stick pan (I prefer coconut oil for its numerous health benefits). Crack 2-3 eggs in a bowl and whip with a fork. Stir in veggies and pour into your pan. Flip your omelet over when the eggs have firmed and serve hot. For a fun twist, try omelet cupcakes. Stir together eggs and veggies. Place liners in a cupcake pan and spray with oil. Pour mixture in and bake at 375 degrees for 20-30 minutes until top is firm. Simply pop your mini omelets out and eat! Make these the night before and keep them in the refrigerator for those rushed mornings. Add salsa for extra flavor and boost to the metabolism. Hope this short list of ideas help with those alarm blaring, mind baffling mornings. Enjoy! About the Author: Bonnie Coberly is a Certified Health Counselor at Natural Horizons Wellness Center, a Fairfax, Virginia wellness center. She’s also the founder of Healthy Bites, an organic meal delivery service that makes fresh, healthy food convenient for busy people.