Tired of eggs for breakfast? Mix it up with one of these 25 amazing eggless alternatives.

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The egg is an amazing ingredient. It's easy to cook, inexpensive to buy, and to some, a delicious way to start the morning. However, it isn't for everyone. Whether for health reasons or boredom, some people just get plain tired of eggs. For those folks we've rounded up 25 egg-free breakfast recipes to enjoy. It's time to get egg-cited about breakfast again...minus the egg!

Orange-Mango Gritty with Turmeric and Walnuts

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This "gritty" is the opposite of a smoothie thanks to the nuts, seeds, and spices. There's a little bit of everything to enjoy here—mango adds natural sweetness, yogurt brings some tanginess, there's protein from the nuts, and a nice zing from the turmeric. What more could you ask for in a breakfast beverage?

Creamy Coconut-Citrus Waffle

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Elevate your traditional syrup-and-butter waffle by adding some macadamia nuts, orange, and a little coconut. If you have an egg allergy, be sure to find egg-free waffles (such as Van's 8 Whole Grains Waffles). 

Sunflower Granola Breakfast Parfaits

Make a batch of this granola and enjoy it throughout the week with a variety of toppings. While the recipe calls for raspberries, feel free to swap them for any seasonal berry of your choosing. 

Lumberjack Hash

A Cooking Light Diet favorite! Frozen shredded potatoes make this recipe an easy, crowd-pleasing option.

Cucumber-Lox Toast

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Swap the bagel for toast in this breezy breakfast. Greek yogurt works as an excellent substitute for cream cheese, too. This meal is almost too pretty to eat. Almost

Blueberry-Orange Parfaits

These parfaits can be made ahead and brought to the office for an easy snack. Just sprinkle on the wheat germ right before eating.

Pomegranate-Farro Breakfast Salad with Honey Ricotta

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Who said you can't have salad for breakfast? Start your day with sweet pomegranate, vibrant spinach, and tangy tangerine yogurt. It's like sunshine in a bowl! 

Coconut-Caramel Oatmeal with Fresh Pineapple

Give those old-fashioned oats a high-fashion makeover in this dish. Creamy coconut milk, sweet pineapple, and caramel sauce should make anyone excited to get out of bed.

Zucchini and Spinach Chilaquiles

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Proof that you don't need an egg to make a picture-perfect breakfast (or easy dinner)!

Orange-Honey Oatmeal with Pistachios, Figs, and Saffron Yogurt

Craving a naturally sweet, speedy breakfast? Look no further—you've found it.

Goat Cheese and Cremini Oatmeal

For those mornings when you're wanting something savory, this oatmeal is a winner.

Blueberry Power Smoothie

If you haven't tried tofu in your smoothie, you're missing out. It adds the perfect amount of creaminess while also packing in some extra protein.

Greek Cucumber and Chickpea Breakfast Bowl

Skip the heavy syrup and waffles and opt for this light, filling breakfast salad instead.

Steel Cut Oats with Warm Berry Compote

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Spruce up the average cinnamon oatmeal with a quick warm berry compote. If you're on a tight schedule, double the recipe to make a larger batch, refrigerate the excess, and enjoy it again through the week.

Bacon-Powered Sweet Potato Veggie Skillet

Fuel your morning with crisp bell peppers, vitamin-rich sweet potatoes, and vibrant spinach. Did we mention it has bacon, too?

Oatmeal with Sunflower Seed Butter, Banana, and Dark Chocolate

The sunflower seed butter gives this oatmeal a deliciously unique, yet filling, spin. If sunflowers aren't your thing, feel free to plug in cashews, almonds, or peanut butter instead.

Savory Buckwheat with Tomato, Cheddar, and Bacon

Have your bacon and enjoy it, too, in this egg-less, gluten free breakfast. Fun fact: Buckwheat contains 41g whole grains in one serving.

Softened Plums with Vanilla Yogurt

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While this recipe may sound complicated, it's actually not! With only six ingredients, you can enjoy this breakfast any day of the week with minimal hassle. 

Mexicali Grits Bowl

While whole-grain grits take longer to cook than your conventional oatmeal, they're totally worth it. This is a delicious, savory recipe for any weekend morning.

Overnight Oats with Kefir, Berries, and Toasted Coconut

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What's better than waking up to a warm breakfast? Not much. Let the slow cooker do the work the night before so you can enjoy this recipe in the morning. You'll also pack in some probiotics from the creamy kefir. 

Cashew-Carrot Toast

Whoever said toast is boring never tried this recipe. Cashew butter + carrot + bacon = a satisfyingly simple morning meal.

Apple-Tahini Toast

While peanut butter is a classic toast topper, try tahini instead. The nutty-sesame seed flavor pairs perfectly with the tart Granny Smith apple and sweet honey.

Prosciutto-Melon Toast

The meaty prosciutto beautifully accentuates the sweet melon on this super easy toast.

Peanut Butter, Banana, and Flax Smoothies

Tastes like a treat while sneaking in some protein and potassium. Flax seed has a slightly nutty flavor that elevates creamy peanut butter.

Go-Getter Green Smoothie

Don't let the spinach discourage you! The creamy Greek yogurt, sweet kiwi, and fresh honeydew will mask the taste.

For more egg-less breakfast options (and plenty that aren't), check out the Cooking Light Diet or contact us at feedback@cookinglightdiet.com for more information. We'd love to hear from you. Cheers!