Breakfast Salads

All of the classic breakfast dishes are here, but we reimagined them with greens and gave you some fun twists on classic morning options.

Photo By: Stephen Johnson ©2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Stephen Johnson ©2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Stephen Johnson ©2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Stephen Johnson ©2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Stephen Johnson ©2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Stephen Johnson ©2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Remix Your Mornings

From eggs Benedict to a green smoothie, these recipes put a salad spin on breakfast so you can eat them in the morning or anytime.

Bacon-and-Egg Breakfast Caesar Salad

An iconic salad gets a breakfast makeover. We took the egg yolk out of traditional Caesar salad dressing and topped the salad with a sunny-side-up egg instead. We also swapped anchovies out for sun-dried tomatoes, which have the same familiar umami pop.

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Eggs Benedict Breakfast Salad

This high-protein, low-calorie salad has everything that makes eggs Benedict a breakfast favorite — including a creamy lemon dressing that stands in for hollandaise sauce. It's super-satisfying and a really great way to start your day. Pair it with a big mug of Earl Grey tea.

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Avocado-Toast Breakfast Salad

Avocado toast becomes croutons in this high-fiber, low-calorie breakfast salad. Get your vitamin C from the citrus vinaigrette and the orange wedge on the side.

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Greens, Grapes and Granola Breakfast Salad

Trade your blender and straw for a bowl and fork. A green smoothie is the perfect breakfast for someone on the go, but you can enjoy all the same fruits, vegetables and nutrients at your leisure in a salad inspired by the drink. There's more vitamin C, too, since it can be depleted by the heat and agitation of your blender. Pair the salad with a mug of green tea and you'll have an antioxidant-rich breakfast!

Get the Recipe: Greens, Grapes and Granola Breakfast Salad

Quinoa, Ham and Pepper Breakfast Salad

You'll find all the fixings of a Western omelet — egg, ham, peppers, onions and cheese — in this made-for-breakfast salad. But what an omelet doesn't give you is this salad's hefty 6 grams of fiber and 21 grams of protein per serving, thanks mostly to the spinach, egg and quinoa. 

Get the Recipe: Quinoa, Ham and Pepper Breakfast Salad

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