Breakfast Archives - earthboundfarm

Morning Greens with Avocado Toast

Start your day with a burst of freshness! Who says salads are just for lunch or dinner? Dive into our vibrant breakfast salad, packed with crisp greens, protein-rich hard-boiled eggs, and creamy avocado toast. It’s a delightful way to fuel your morning with nutrients and flavor.

Power Waffle with Sun-dried Tomatoes, Basil and Ricotta

Didn’t know that savory waffles were even a thing? One bite, and you’ll be hooked for life! They may even win you over from the traditional maple syrup-topped buttermilk kind.

Our partner Ashley at Edible Perspective was inspired to create this crunchy, fluffy, utterly delicious (and gluten free) waffle by our tender Organic Power Greens. So while the waffle is literally exploding with greens, they don’t overpower its flavor or texture.

The base of the waffle uses a simple combination of quinoa flour, sweet rice flour and almond meal. The quinoa gives a bit of earthy flavor and — being just partially ground — adds a slight crunch. (See Notes below.)

As if it wasn’t enough to infuse the waffle, she added the Power greens to butter, too, along with some fresh basil. Yes, that’s right: green butter! With a pinch of salt and pepper, it’s the perfect topping for a savory waffle — though you really don’t need any topping at all.

Even if you’re not going gluten-free, you’re going to love this waffle!

Magic Breakfast Salad

With a rainbow of sauteed veggies and a scrumptiously savory protein punch, this magical breakfast salad has been known to get the most serious of snoozers up and out of bed to conquer the day.

Arugula Pesto, Prosciutto, and Egg Toast

This dreamy delight will make you forget all about your avocado toast…and with just a bit more effort. All well worth it. Crusty sourdough, nutty arugula, salty prosciutto and the perfectly cooked egg turn the yum knob up to 11 for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. This is a recipe for one, but increase quantities if you want to serve more. Thanks to Abigail of Cooking in Brooklyn (@bon_abbetit) for this recipe. Click here to see the original post and a video. 

Sweet Potatoes, Baby Spinach & Eggs

This recipe was developed by our friend Ashley at Edible Perspective.  This organic skillet is a perfect sweet/savory combination, a surprisingly easy-to-make dish that we predict will become one of your go-to dishes for many delightful meals to come — breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Not to mention that the dish’s deep flavor and substantial nutrition will keep you satisfied through your busy day or restful night. We think that’s a win all the way around! We’re using our Organic Baby Spinach in this recipe, but you could use any of our Spinach+ blends or even Baby Kale.

Frittata with Organic Baby Spinach, Tomato and Organic Riced Cauliflower Medley

A luscious frittata loaded with tomato, Earthbound Farm Organic Baby Spinach and Organic Riced Cauliflower Medley. The whole family will ask for it every weekend!

Tropical Green Smoothie

This delicious smoothie is light, fresh and utterly satisfying. Enjoy it as a day starter or a mid-afternoon snack.

From Straight from the Earth: Irresistible Vegan Recipes for Everyone by Myra Goodman & Marea Goodman

Savory Millet Power Bowl with Garlicky Greens and Eggs

This twist on breakfast porridge comes to us from Ashley at Edible Perspective . Made with partially ground millet for a satisfying chew it’s topped with garlicky wilted greens and a perfectly cooked egg. Though ideal for a chilly winter breakfast, this power bowl doubles as dinner and will be sure to satisfy you to your core without weighing you down.

Famous Maple Almond Granola

“If you never make homemade granola, you’ll be surprised by how simple and easy it is,” says Earthbound Farm co-founder Myra Goodman. “Especially my delicious Maple Almond Granola, which has just 7 ingredients and is ready to go into the oven in only a few minutes.”

“This recipe was one of the first I ever developed, and it’s been a best seller at our Farm Stand in Carmel Valley for over a decade,” Myra continues. “It’s delicious served with milk, but my family’s favorite way to eat it is over plain nonfat yogurt mixed with apple sauce (about a 1-to-1 ratio of apple sauce to yogurt). The apple sauce gives the yogurt a fluffier texture and sweetens it naturally, without any of the sugar, corn syrup or artificial flavors many pre-sweetened yogurts use. If berries are in season, we often throw a handful on top. It’s yummy for breakfast or for a snack any time of day, and a handful is always a welcome treat!”

From Food to Live By: The Earthbound Farm Organic Cookbook by Myra Goodman

Sneaky Spinach Chocolate Muffins

Sneaky Spinach Chocolate Muffins?! That’s right. 😍 Give your morning muffins some extra love with superfood vitamins and minerals from our organic baby spinach. Bonus: the kids will love them too! Grab the recipe by Healthy Num Num Blog.

Green Berry Envy

Looking for a healthy and delicious smoothie to satisfy your cravings? Look no further than the Green Berry Envy smoothie by Arash of Shred Happens! This month’s smoothie is packed with vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats, making it a perfect choice for anyone looking to fuel their body with nutritious ingredients. Plus, it’s made with organic Earthbound Farm ingredients, so you can feel good about supporting sustainable farming practices while enjoying a tasty treat.

The Original Morning Glory Muffins

Earthbound Farm’s culinary consultant, Chef Pam McKinstry, created these muffins in 1978 for her eponymous restaurant on Nantucket Island. The recipe was first published in Gourmet Magazine in 1981, and in 1991 it was chosen as one of the magazine’s 25 favorite recipes from the past 50 years.

These muffins are substantial enough to be satisfying day-starters or significant snacks. Chock-full of produce, they’re a great way to get more produce into your day (organic, of course).