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6 Ways to Add Whole Fruits to Your Morning Routine

Whether you ease into the day over a hot breakfast or rush out of the house with a smoothie in hand, including whole fruits, like avocados, in your morning meal can help make it a breakfast of champions.

Try these six recipes to incorporate whole fruits into your morning routine, no matter what it entails.

Related: Learn more about why whole fruits are important for your diet.

Here are 6 quick breakfast recipes with whole fruit, including the avocado:

Spinach and Avocado Smoothie

Blend spinach, avocado, peach, and flax seed with a scoop of your favorite protein powder for a green breakfast on the go.

Avocado, Chia, and Frozen Fruit Smoothie

If you fear fruit because some goes bad before you get around to eating it, try incorporating frozen fruit. Blend with a fresh banana, avocado, and chia seeds for a dairy-free treat.

Chocolate Avocado Protein Smoothie

If you wake up craving sweets, try this blended beverage featuring cocoa powder, chocolate almond milk, and green avocados.

Avocado Toast with Pomegranate, Mint, and Walnuts

Pomegranate pieces add a pop of color to this avocado toast. Prepare your ingredients the night before for quick morning assembly.

Spicy Mango Lime Avocado Toast

Kick off your morning with some heat with this sweet and spicy recipe featuring lime, avocado, and chile lime salt.

Savory Avocado and Cottage Cheese Oatmeal

Save this savory recipe for mornings when you have time to relax. Avocado, garlic powder, and cottage cheese combine for a flavorful take on a breakfast classic.

No matter how you choose to start the day, talk to your doctor about how you can incorporate more whole fruits into your breakfast. He or she may provide you with a list of whole fruits, like avocados.

Visit our avocado breakfast recipes page for more avocado recipes.

By Avocados From Mexico June 19, 2019

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