10 Easy Breakfasts for Halloween

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Halloween is a day that’s sure to be filled with chocolate, candy, and other sweets — so what are you eating for breakfast? Whether you’d like to kick the holiday off on a wholesome note and squeeze in some veggies or lean into the sweetness and indulge in something decadent, these 10 recipes cover both bases and all feel celebratory.

Using actual pumpkin purée ensures this pumpkin spice granola is the real deal. It’s full of nuts, seeds, and dried fruit, plus some chocolate chips to kick off your Halloween celebrations.

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To make this hearty breakfast easy, prepare hash the night before. In the morning, simply cook the eggs on top in the oven and the hash will rewarm at the same time.

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Despite the title, these apple pie-inspired cookies are quite wholesome. They’re filled with whole grains, are low in sugar, and, as a bonus, are a perfect grab-and-go choice.

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If you can’t wait until later in the day to get your chocolate peanut butter cup fix, consider this feel-good smoothie. Banana and zucchini add bulk and nutrition, while chocolate milk and peanut butter lend that signature flavor.

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A baked sweet potato and a couple of eggs are all you need to make these gluten-free, protein-rich pancakes. They’re a great way to sneak more vegetables into what will likely be a candy-filled day.

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Toss the ingredients for this fall-appropriate oatmeal in your slow cooker before you go to bed and in the morning you’ll be greeted with a seriously warm and cozy way to start your day.

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All the vegetables for this egg bake can be found pre-cut at the grocery store and it can be assembled the night before — two time-savers that make all the difference when Halloween has you extra busy.

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These spiced pumpkin muffins are as classic as it gets when it comes to fall breakfast. They’re also just the perfect shade of orange to feel fit for Halloween.

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If you have a little extra time Halloween morning, this savory and sweet breakfast casserole is definitely a special treat — the apples add bright, crunchy bites with every forkful.

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Make this sweet holiday extra sweet by starting with these crisp and gooey mini monkey breads. Using store-bought pizza dough ensures they’re extra simple to assemble.

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