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Delicious Breakfast-For-Dinner Dishes Under 400 Calories

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Have you ever heard the expression, “Breakfast is the most important meal of your day?” These 10 breakfast recipes will make you happy to serve dinner tonight, even if you have missed it. These recipes include timeless breakfast ingredients like eggs, spinach, cheese, potatoes, and cheese. They also contain plenty of vegetables, all under 400 calories.


This quiche recipe uses broccoli, sun-dried tomatoes and eggs in a flaky pie crust. Thanks to the tangy sun-dried tomatoes and tender broccoli leaves, you get lots of vegetables with this meal. You can substitute this vegetable combination with carrots, sweet potatoes, peas, spinach, or any other vegetables you have on hand. This recipe makes six servings.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 394; Saturated Fat 13g, Monounsaturated fat 8g; Cholesterol 138mg and Sodium 652mg. Carbohydrate 18g. Protein: 14g


This delicious sausage and vegetable egg bake makes it easy to pack a whole meal and extra vegetables into one pan. Every bite is full of eggy goodness and flavor! You can prepare the egg bake ahead of time and refrigerate it until you are ready to cook. This recipe makes 4 servings from a 9×9 inch pan.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 387; Total Fat 20g, Saturated Fat 10g, Monounsaturated fat 7g; Cholesterol 355mg and Sodium 465mg. Carbohydrate 20g. Dietary Fiber 2g. Sugar 8g. Protein 23g


Here’s a recipe for zucchini quiche that is gluten-free. It includes a flaxseed meal and almond meal crust. This delicious quiche is packed with orange bell pepper and colorful zucchini noodles. It makes a great main dish. This recipe makes six servings.

Nutrition per serving: Calories : 261; Saturated Fat : 3g, Monounsaturated fatty : 2g; Cholesterol : 113mg and Sodium : 528mg. Carbohydrate: 7g. Dietary Fiber: 5g. Sugar : 3g. Protein: 14g


Are you aching to cook in a cast-iron skillet? This leek-broccoli and mushroom frittata is a great way to make breakfast for dinner for your whole family. This frittata is essentially a crustless quiche. The recipe calls for unsweetened almond milk, but you can substitute hemp milk if it’s nut-free. This recipe makes four servings.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 185; Total Fat: 11g, Saturated Fat: 1g; Monounsaturated fat: 4g. Cholesterol : 423mg. Sodium : 181mg. Carbohydrate: 8g. Dietary Fiber: 2g. Sugar : 3g. Protein: 15g


This is a breakfast-for-dinner idea. Make a delicious waffle with crispy bacon, cheese and chives. Enjoy with your favorite vegetables and a side dish for dinner. This recipe makes two large Belgian-style waffles.

Nutrition per serving: Calories: 293; Total Fat: 8g, Saturated Fat : 3g and Monounsaturated fat: 1g. Cholesterol : 11mg. Sodium : 814mg. Total Carbohydrate: 37g. Dietary Fiber: 6g. Sugars : 3g. Protein: 18g


This delicious knife-and-fork taco has a soft, runny yolk topped with beans, cheese, pico de gallo, and many other goodies. Each taco is rich in protein and fiber, making you feel fuller and more satisfied. Each recipe makes four servings of one taco.

Nutrition per serving: Calories : 272, Saturated Fat : 5g, Monounsaturated fat : 5g, Cholesterol : 206mg, Sodium : 354mg, Cholesterol : 206mg, Cholesterol : 206mg and Sodium : 354mg. Carbohydrate : 18g. Dietary Fiber : 4g.


This flaky breakfast tart can be made with your frozen puff pastry dough. Caramelized onions paired with simple olive oil, asparagus, cherry tomatoes and goat cheese to create a salty-sweet-melt-in-your-mouth combination. This recipe makes four servings of 1/4 cup each tart.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 390; Total Fat 27g, Saturated Fat 10g, Monounsaturated fat 8g; Cholesterol 5mg and Sodium 340mg. Carbohydrate 34g. Dietary Fiber 3g. Sugars 5g. Protein 8g


This spinach artichoke eggs casserole is a great way to get your eggs going. It features cheesy eggs a healthy amount of vegetables, and you can make it in no time. Fresh chopped basil, oregano and mozzarella cheese create a tasty Italian flare. This recipe serves 6.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 252; Total Fat 16g, Saturated Fat 7g, Monounsaturated fat 6g; Cholesterol 308mg and Sodium 719mg. Total Carbohydrate 7g. Dietary Fiber 3g. Sugars 3g. Protein: 20g


The term “brunch-worthy” refers to it being used for all meals, even dinner. This salad is truly a marriage between two meals. It combines peppered bacon, warm herbed potatoes and eggs with a side salad. Although assembly is necessary, it’s worth it. This recipe makes four servings of 1/4 cup salad + 1 egg + 1 piece bacon.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 346; Total Fat 18g; Saturated fat: 5g, Monounsaturated fat: 9g. Cholesterol is 222 mg; Sodium 674mg. Carbohydrate 32g. Dietary Fiber 6g. Sugar: 10g. Protein: 13g


Savory crepes are a great way to serve the main meal. This recipe allows you to make your crepes and then layer them with your preferred combination of cheese and vegetables. Each crepe makes six servings. The sweet honey sauce is not included in the nutrition information.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 314; Total Fat 19g, Saturated fat: 11g; Monounsaturated fat: 1g. Cholesterol is 118mg. Sodium: 768mg. Total Carbohydrate 21g. Dietary Fiber 4g. Sugars 2g. Protein: 16g

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