Recipes for Two: 15 Flex Breakfasts for the Nutrisystem Partner Plan

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Air Fryer Sausage, Potatoes and Veggies

If you don’t own an air fryer, put it on your must-have list. This countertop appliance delivers delicious food with less oil and fewer calories so you can enjoy your favorites without guilt. Like this well-balanced breakfast recipe that combines baby potatoes, zucchini and sausage with just a pinch of garlic powder for added flavor.

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Air Fryer Sausage, Potato, and Veggies

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Roasted Pear and Cinnamon Porridge

Who doesn’t like dessert for breakfast? A bowl of oatmeal gets fancy when you add almond milk, vanilla extract, cinnamon and chopped hazelnuts. But the real piece de resistance is the delectable roasted pear baked with honey, coconut oil and a dash of cinnamon. This breakfast for two will get your day off on the right foot.

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Roasted Pear and Cinnamon Porridge

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4-Ingredient Breakfast Mushroom Caps

This recipe is for savory breakfast lovers: meaty portobello mushroom caps stuffed with scrambled eggs (or sausage, if you prefer), spinach and shredded reduced fat cheddar. It’s a simple yet sophisticated breakfast recipe for two. Feel free to add a SmartCarb with a side of cooked potatoes or toast.

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4-Ingredient Breakfast Mushroom Caps

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Pancake Breakfast Sandwich

Homemade high-fiber pancakes substitute for bread in this breakfast sandwich filled with high-protein eggs and cheese. It’s a totally satisfying and tasty meal to start the day. Use metal circle cookie cutters to keep the eggs just the right size. The easy pancakes are made with whole wheat flour, eggs, milk, almond milk and maple syrup. This two-serving breakfast is only 304 calories.

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Pancake Breakfast Sandwich

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Everything ‘Bagel’ Breakfast Sandwich

Portobello mushrooms are so versatile, they can replace both meat and bread in a recipe. In this breakfast, with a little olive oil and everything bagel seasoning, mushroom caps become bagels for a sandwich filled with eggs, turkey bacon and reduced fat provolone cheese. Want to add a SmartCarb? Enjoy a side of fresh fruit.

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Everything ‘Bagel’ Breakfast Sandwich

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Cheddar Cheese Bacon Omelet

Looking for easy breakfast recipes for two? This one is so simple and quick to make, you can whip one up even on a work day. Eggs, turkey bacon, low-fat cheddar, black pepper and fresh chopped chives make a delicious, savory meal under 200 calories. Add a SmartCarb with a side of whole grain toast.

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Cheddar Cheese Bacon Omelet

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Asparagus with Poached Egg Toast

Is avocado toast still a thing? It will be when you make it this way. Choose your favorite healthy bread—a toasted whole wheat sourdough would be perfect—smear it with mashed avocado, then layer on grilled asparagus and a poached egg. At only 228 calories per serving, this is a restaurant style brunch that’s easy to make at home.

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Asparagus with Poached Egg Toast

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Air Fryer Baked Eggs

There are only four steps to this flavorful, high-protein breakfast that’s a cinch to whip up quickly in your air fryer. Crack an egg in two ramekins, sprinkle with thin-sliced spinach, onions and a seasoning mix of rosemary, thyme, parsley and pepper, then “bake” in your air fryer. Ta-da! Breakfast is served. Enjoy with a side of fresh fruit for your SmartCarb.

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Air Fryer Baked Eggs

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Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Shake

Protein shakes are great breakfast recipes for two. But imagine starting your morning with a shake that tastes like an oatmeal raisin cookie! Could you have anything other than a great day with that to kickstart you? Best of all, it’s simple. It starts with one serving of Nutrisystem Vanilla Shake Mix to which you add frozen banana, nonfat milk, oats, cinnamon and raisins.

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Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Shake

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Fiesta Breakfast Panini

Ciabatta bread, egg whites, salsa, avocado, Mexican cheese—that’s the combo that’s going to make any morning you have this breakfast a very good day. Paninis, in case you’ve never had one, are cooked on a grill (indoor or outdoor) so the cheese is melted and the bread is golden and crisp on the outside. Kind of like grilled cheese! This decadent breakfast sandwich is 225 calories.

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Fiesta Breakfast Panini

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Chocolate Peanut Butter French Toast

You’ll have to remind yourself you’re dieting when you take the first bite of this sweet, delicious French toast breakfast. Ingredients make all the difference. You start with whole wheat bread and soak it in a mixture of eggs, vanilla and a scoop of Chocolate Nutrisystem Shake Mix. After cooking, drizzle warm peanut butter on top with a sprinkling of chocolate chips. See how we did that?

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Chocolate Peanut Butter French Toast

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Mediterranean Avocado Toast

You can imagine yourself and your partner relaxing outside on a whitewashed patio on Santorini as you enjoy this Greek-inspired breakfast. It combines toasted whole wheat bread with mashed avocado, thinly sliced cucumber, halved cherry tomatoes, chopped Kalamata olives, crumbled feta cheese, oregano and red pepper flakes. Savor it for only 205 calories.

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Mediterranean Avocado Toast

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Healthy Baked Cloud Eggs

If you thought eggs came only in a few categories—poached, fried, scrambled or boiled—think again. Now there are “cloud eggs.” Our version incorporates chopped chives into the whipped egg whites for even more flavor. They only take about six minutes in the oven, so they’re easy to make anytime. Add a SmartCarb with a side of whole grain toast.

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Healthy Baked Cloud Eggs

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5-Ingredient English Muffin French Toast

Now you have two French toast breakfast recipes for two! Instead of plain old white bread, we use whole wheat English Muffins as the base of this easy version. You’ll still get to enjoy the delicious combination of eggs, vanilla and cinnamon. You can add another PowerFuel by topping your meal with crunchy chopped nuts or warm nut butter. You could also add a side of scrambled eggs or turkey bacon.

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5-Ingredient English Muffin French Toast

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Baked Cinnamon Grapefruit Crisp

Turn one Nutrisystem breakfast into two magnificent morning meals! Nutrisystem Granola Cereal is the crunchy topping in this baked fruit crisp that’s diet-friendly and delicious. If you’d like to add a PowerFuel to this Flex breakfast, pump up the protein with a side of low-fat yogurt or cottage cheese. If you have any Extras to spare for the day, top it with a drizzle of honey or a dollop of low-fat whipped cream.

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Baked Cinnamon Grapefruit Crisp

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One of the wonderful things about the Nutrisystem Partner Plan is that you can share meals with someone you love. If you’re searching for healthy Flex meal recipes that serve two people, The Leaf is your go-to destination.

Luscious chocolatey French toast, cheddar bacon omelets, a shake that tastes like your favorite cookie … isn’t that the way you’d like to launch your day? Check out these 15 healthy breakfast recipes for two!

You and your sidekick on the Nutrisystem Partner Plan have probably already learned how much easier weight loss is when you do it with someone else. Studies have shown that people who don’t go it alone tend to lose more weight and keep it off than those who take this journey solo. The reason is simple: You help each other stick to your goals, whether it’s to eat healthier or to get more exercise, which will get each of you to your weight loss destination.

The best thing is that you can share meals, from breakfast to dinner, using the dozens of delicious recipes you’ll find on The Leaf. Many of them make two servings which can be whipped up in the time it takes to make one. That means you can have a weekend brunch meal for breakfast even on work days! Luscious chocolatey French toast, cheddar bacon omelets, a shake that tastes like your favorite cookie … isn’t that the way you’d like to launch your day?

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Try these 15 breakfast recipes for two that can easily become “breakfast for dinner” recipes when you’re both in the mood.

1. Air Fryer Sausage, Potatoes and Veggies >

Air Fryer Sausage, Potato, and Veggies

Calories per Serving: 247

On Nutrisystem, Count As: 1 SmartCarb, 1 PowerFuel, 1 Extra and 1 Vegetable

If you don’t own an air fryer, put it on your must-have list. This countertop appliance delivers delicious food with less oil and fewer calories so you can enjoy your favorites without guilt. Like this well-balanced breakfast (or breakfast-for-dinner) recipe that combines baby potatoes, zucchini and chicken sausage with just a pinch of garlic powder for added flavor. The healthy breakfast recipe for two is only 247 calories. Click here for the full recipe! >

2. Roasted Pear and Cinnamon Porridge >

Roasted Pear and Cinnamon Porridge

Calories per Serving: 223

On Nutrisystem, Count As: 1 SmartCarb, ½ PowerFuel and 2 Extras

Who doesn’t like dessert for breakfast? A bowl of oatmeal gets fancy when you add almond milk, vanilla extract, cinnamon and chopped hazelnuts. But the real piece de resistance is the delectable roasted pear baked with honey, coconut oil and a dash of cinnamon. Like veggies, fruit becomes even sweeter when roasted or baked. This breakfast for two, at only 223 calories per serving, will get your day off on the right foot. Click here for the full recipe! >

3. 4-Ingredient Breakfast Mushroom Caps >

4-Ingredient Breakfast Mushroom Caps

Calories per Serving: 122

On Nutrisystem, Count As: 1 PowerFuel and 1 Vegetable

This recipe is for savory breakfast lovers: meaty portobello mushroom caps stuffed with scrambled eggs (or sausage, if you prefer), spinach and shredded reduced fat cheddar. Prep your mushrooms ahead of time by cleaning, removing the stem and scraping out the gills. Scramble two eggs with a cup of baby spinach and fill the mushroom caps with the egg mixture. Sprinkle some cheddar and stick under the broiler for about three minutes. You can add a SmartCarb with a side of cooked potatoes. Click here for the full recipe! >

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4. Pancake Breakfast Sandwich >

Pancake Breakfast Sandwich

Calories per Serving: 304

On Nutrisystem, Count As: 1 SmartCarb, 2 PowerFuels and 2 Extras

Homemade high-fiber pancakes substitute for bread in this breakfast sandwich filled with high-protein eggs and cheese. It’s a totally satisfying and tasty meal to start the day. Use metal circle cookie cutters to keep the eggs just the right size. The easy pancakes are made with whole wheat flour, eggs, milk, almond milk and maple syrup. This two-serving breakfast is only 304 calories. Click here for the full recipe! >

5. Everything ‘Bagel’ Breakfast Sandwich >

Everything ‘Bagel’ Breakfast Sandwich recipe for two

Calories per Serving: 206

On Nutrisystem, Count As: 2 PowerFuels, 1 Extra and 1 Vegetable

Portobello mushrooms are so versatile, they can replace both meat and bread in a recipe. In this breakfast, with a little olive oil and everything bagel seasoning, mushroom caps become bagels for a sandwich filled with eggs, turkey bacon and reduced fat provolone cheese. At only 206 calories, this is the kind of “bagel” sandwich that you can indulge in guilt-free. Want to add a SmartCarb? Enjoy a side of fresh fruit. Click here for the full recipe! >

6. Cheddar Cheese Bacon Omelet >

Cheddar Cheese Bacon Omelet

Calories per Serving: 180

On Nutrisystem, Count As: 2 PowerFuels

Looking for easy breakfast recipes for two? This one is so simple and quick to make, you can whip one up even on a work day. (But it would be just as delicious as a quick lunch or light dinner.) Eggs, turkey bacon, low-fat cheddar, black pepper and fresh chopped chives make a delicious, savory meal that clocks in at only 180 calories. Add a SmartCarb with a side of whole grain toast. Click here for the full recipe! >

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7. Asparagus with Poached Egg Toast >

Asparagus with Poached Egg Toast breakfast for two

Calories per Serving: 228

On Nutrisystem, Count As: 1 SmartCarb, 1 PowerFuel, 1 Vegetable and 1 Extra

Is avocado toast still a thing? It will be when you make it this way. Choose your favorite healthy bread—a toasted whole wheat sourdough would be perfect—smear it with mashed avocado, then layer on grilled asparagus and a poached egg. At only 228 calories per serving, this is a restaurant style brunch that’s easy to make at home. Click here for the full recipe! >

8. Air Fryer Baked Eggs >

Air Fryer Baked Eggs breakfast recipe for two

Calories per Serving: 81

On Nutrisystem, Count As: 1 PowerFuel

There are only four steps to this flavorful, high-protein breakfast that’s a cinch to whip up quickly in your air fryer. Crack an egg in two ramekins, sprinkle with thin-sliced spinach, onions and a seasoning mix of rosemary, thyme, parsley and pepper, then “bake” in your air fryer. Ta-da! Breakfast is served. Enjoy with a side of fresh fruit for your SmartCarb. Click here for the full recipe! >

9. Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Shake >

Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Shake breakfast for two

Calories per Serving: 271

On Nutrisystem, Count As: 2 SmartCarbs and 1 PowerFuel

Protein shakes are great breakfast recipes for two. But imagine starting your morning with a shake that tastes like an oatmeal raisin cookie! Could you have anything other than a great day with that to kickstart you? Best of all, it’s simple. It starts with one serving of Nutrisystem Vanilla Shake Mix to which you add frozen banana, nonfat milk, oats, cinnamon and raisins. A few whirs in a blender or food processor and you have breakfast for two at only 271 calories per serving. Click here for the full recipe! >

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10. Fiesta Breakfast Panini >

Fiesta Breakfast Panini recipe for two

Calories per Serving: 225

On Nutrisystem, Count As: 1 SmartCarb, 1 PowerFuel and 1 Extra

Ciabatta bread, egg whites, salsa, avocado, Mexican cheese—that’s the combo that’s going to make any morning you have this breakfast a very good day. Paninis, in case you’ve never had one, are cooked on a grill (indoor or outdoor) so the cheese is melted and the bread is golden and crisp on the outside. Kind of like grilled cheese! This decadent breakfast sandwich is 225 calories. Click here for the full recipe! >

11. Chocolate Peanut Butter French Toast >

Chocolate Peanut Butter French Toast

Calories per Serving: 238

On Nutrisystem, Count As: 1 SmartCarb, 1 PowerFuel and 1 Extra

You’ll have to remind yourself you’re dieting when you take the first bite of this sweet, delicious French toast breakfast. Ingredients make all the difference. You start with whole wheat bread with its healthy fiber and soak it in a mixture of eggs, vanilla and a scoop of Chocolate Nutrisystem Shake Mix (there’s the protein!). Then you’ll cook it in a pan treated with nonstick cooking spray. Finally, drizzle warm peanut butter on top with a sprinkling of chocolate chips. See how we did that? This sumptuous breakfast is only 238 calories. Click here for the full recipe! >

12. Mediterranean Avocado Toast >

Mediterranean Avocado Toast

Calories per Serving: 205

On Nutrisystem, Count As: 1 SmartCarb, 1 PowerFuel and 2 Extras

You can imagine yourself and your partner relaxing outside on a whitewashed patio on Santorini as you enjoy this Greek-inspired breakfast. It combines toasted whole wheat bread with mashed avocado, thinly sliced cucumber, halved cherry tomatoes, chopped Kalamata olives, crumbled feta cheese, oregano and red pepper flakes. Savor it for only 205 calories. Click here for the full recipe! >

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13. Healthy Baked Cloud Eggs >

Healthy Baked Cloud Eggs

Calories per Serving: 72

On Nutrisystem, Count As: 1 PowerFuel

If you thought eggs came only in a few categories—poached, fried, scrambled or boiled—think again. Now there are “cloud eggs,” which are made by separating white from yolk. You’ll whip the whites into a foam consistency before placing the yolk into a hole you scoop out in the center of the egg whites. They’re then baked in the oven on parchment paper. Our version incorporates chopped chives into the whipped egg whites for even more flavor. They only take about six minutes in the oven, so they’re easy to make anytime. Add a SmartCarb with a side of whole grain toast. Click here for the full recipe! >

14. 5-Ingredient English Muffin French Toast >

5-Ingredient English Muffin French Toast breakfast for two

Calories per Serving: 179

On Nutrisystem, Count As: 1 SmartCarb, ½ PowerFuel and 1 Extra

Now you have two French toast breakfast recipes for two! Instead of plain old white bread that’s void of nutrition, we use whole wheat English Muffins as the base of this easy version. You’ll still get to enjoy the delicious combination of eggs, vanilla and cinnamon but with more crunch, more fiber and more flavor. You can add another PowerFuel by topping your meal with crunchy chopped nuts or warm nut butter. You could also add a side of scrambled eggs or turkey bacon. Click here for the full recipe! >

15. Baked Cinnamon Grapefruit Crisp >

Baked Cinnamon Grapefruit Crisp breakfast for two

Calories per Serving: 142

On Nutrisystem, Count As: 1 SmartCarb and 2 Extras

Turn one Nutrisystem breakfast into two magnificent morning meals! Nutrisystem Granola Cereal is the crunchy topping in this baked fruit crisp that’s diet-friendly and delicious. Enjoy the warm flavor of cinnamon with sweet coconut sugar and bitter grapefruit for a unique flavor profile that’s smart and satisfying. If you’d like to add a PowerFuel to this Flex breakfast, pump up the protein with a side of low-fat yogurt or cottage cheese. If you have any Extras to spare for the day, top it with a drizzle of honey or a dollop of low-fat whipped cream. Click here for the full recipe! >

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