A healthy breakfast should keep you full until your next meal so you avoid snacking, and provide a healthy balance of protein, good fats and carbohydrates.
To find out more, read Judith Wills' guide to choosing the best healthy breakfast.
Although many of these breakfast recipes do require preparation and cooking time there are lots of ways to save yourself time in the morning.
Some, like the baked apple oatmeal, can be entirely prepared the night before and just cooked in the oven in the morning. With others, you can do most the chopping beforehand. If you make your own breakfasts a lot it would probably be worth keeping a stash of pre-chopped dried fuit and nuts to hand to make preparing breakfast quicker in the morning.
Apple Bircher muesli
Muesli has long been a classic healthy breakfast. In fact, it was originally created as a meal for hospital patients. Some shop bought brands come covered in sugar but a good, healthy muesli should get its sweetness from the fruit - both fresh and dried are good. This recipe uses sweet, crispy Pink Lady apples.
Apple Bircher muesli recipe
Baked apple oatmeal
This baked apple oatmeal can be prepared the night before - simply divide the mixture into individual ovenproof ramekins and store in the fridge until you need them. This oatmeal uses grated apple for a sweetness that you can taste throughout the mixture.
Baked apple oatmeal recipe
Chilled quinoa porridge with apples, pears and almonds
Quinoa is a superfood that's high in protein and gluten free. If you find you have leftover quinoa from a savoury dish you can easily turn it into a healthy breakfast with yoghurt, fruit and nuts.
Chilled quinoa porridge recipe
Strawberry boost breakfast smoothie
This strawberry smoothie uses oats and ground almonds to create a nutritious healthy breakfast smoothie. The longer you leave the oats to soak the thicker it will become so if you prepare it overnight you may want to water it down with milk or yoghurt the next morning.
Strawberry breakfast smoothie recipe
Date and walnut porridge
Dates are widely used as an alternative to refined sugar. You can chop them finely if you would prefer to avoid their texture, or chop them into larger chunks if you enjoy it.
Date and walnut porridge recipe