From crafting your costume to Halloween parties to handing out candy to those adorable trick-or-treaters, you need all the energy you can get this season. The best way to stay energized all day? A healthy, filling breakfast, of course! We’re building all of these breakfasts into our meal plans from now until October 31st to stay extra festive this season.


1. Two-Ingredient Pumpkin Donuts: Pass over those pumpkin donuts you see in every coffee shop case and make your own healthier version at home. (via The Girl Inspired)


2. Spooky Breakfast Eggs: It’s crazy what a little paint can do to make breakfast exciting again. (via A King’s Breakfast)


3. Jack-o’-Lantern Orange Fruit Cups: Don’t just stop at carving pumpkins this year. While these orange jack-o’-lanterns are *almost* too cute to eat, we don’t think the kiddos would have a problem scarfing those fruit “brains” down. (via Frugal Coupon Living)

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4. Pumpkin Pie Smoothie: We can’t talk about healthy breakfast without mentioning a smoothie or two. This makes enough for two, so grab a friend and start your day with a healthy serving of veggies. (via Savor the Baking)


5. Pumpkin Pie Breakfast Bake: You CAN have pie for breakfast with this healthy and filling baked oatmeal. (via Running With Spoons)


6. Healthy Pumpkin Spiderweb Pancakes: You’ll want to get out of bed on Saturday morning to make these adorable gluten-free pancakes. (via Delightful Mom)


7. Witch’s Brew: Give your daily green smoothie a Halloween twist with frozen grapes, peanut butter and a plastic spider or centipede. (via The Peach Kitchen)


8. Pumpkin Spice Pop Tarts: Skip the preservative-laden, store-bought version and make your own festive, on-the-go breakfast. (via Southern Fatty)


9. 10-Minute Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal: We all know oatmeal is one of the healthiest ways to start our day. Add a scoop of canned pumpkin to the mix to take your oatmeal to the next level. (via Two Healthy Kitchens)


10. Two-Minute Microwave Quinoa Pumpkin Mug Cake: Looking for a new vegan and gluten-free breakfast to serve this Halloween? This recipe was made for Y-O-U. (via Almost Getting It Together)

Do you have a favorite Halloween-themed breakfast recipe? Leave us the recipe in the comments!