We’ve all skipped breakfast before – it’s so easy to just run out the door without spending any extra time to make some food that you’re not even hungry for yet. But skipping breakfast can have negative effects on your health, so don’t do it. These easy toasts won’t hold you up and they’ll give you the energy you need until lunchtime. Tomorrow’s a new day so get to toastin’.

1. Avocado Egg Toast

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So we’ll start with the classic. This original protein-filled breakfast toast is the ultimate kick-start you need in the morning. You can spice it up or down as much as you like – by adding chili flakes Sriracha or taking away the egg the reveal a beautifully simplistic breakfast.

2. Strawberry Honey Ricotta Toast

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Photo by Daniel Schuleman

This toast is for those of you who like a little sweet treat in the morning. Although it may be sweet, this toast will still give you some health benefits. Strawberries are full of Vitamin C, ricotta is a great source of protein, and honey is a great alternative to granulated sugar. Not a fan of strawberries? You can make the toast with bananas, too.

3. Tropical Vacay Toast

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Banana, mango, coconut… you’ll just be a few palm trees away from feeling like you’re eating breakfast on the beach. Mango is awesome for lowering cholesterol and bananas are your go to source for hella potassium. Find out what else you can do for your breakfast toasts with banana.

4. Burrata Caprese Toast

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This bright and colorful toast will definitely help you wake up in the morning. Tomatoes are full of vitamins and lycopene and basil is a great source of Vitamin C and iron. If you want more in the afternoon, try this tomato, mozzarella, and basil bruschetta.

5. Peanut Butter, Banana, and Granola Toast

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This toast will have you feeling like you’re a kid again with the classic PB and banana combo. Peanut butter will give you the protein you need early in the AM and the granola will give you a crunchy boost of fiber. Check out other ways you can eat peanut butter and banana together.

6. Egg, Arugula, and Herb Toast

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What an awesome way to get your greens in, amirite? Greens contain a lot of Vitamin K, which is helpful for bone health and eggs are great for protein. Try an all-greens panini for lunch.

7. Almond Butter, Cinnamon, and Cranberry Toast

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This pretty little toast is full of nutrients. Almond butter is rich in unsaturated fats and is a perfect alternative to normal butter. Cranberries will give you a healthy dose of Vitamin C and cinnamon is full of health benefits.

8. Smoked Salmon, Cucumber, and Hummus Toast

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This savory toast will have you feeling supa fancy. Smoked salmon is full of omega-3 fatty acid, hummus is rich in protein, and cucumber has many vitamins and will give you a boost of hydration. Take a look at what else you need to know about cucumbers.

9. Pesto, Tomato & Balsamic Ricotta Toast

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Pesto is actually healthier than you’d think because it’s made from basil and olive oil and balsamic vinegar is an antioxidant. Learn how to make your own pesto.

10. Avocado, Edamame, and Sprouts Toast

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Spice up your average avocado toast with some sprouts and edamame. Sprouts and edamame are full of protein and dietary fiber. If you like the edamame, think about adding an edamame salad to your lunch routine.

11. Raspberry, Blackberry, and Basil Toast

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This unlikely pairing of berries and basil is surprisingly refreshing. The berries are bursting with Vitamin C and the basil will give you a good dose of Vitamin K.