How to Have the Best Morning Ever

The first step to a great morning for Tia Mowry is sunrise yoga in a park by the beach. Not everyone can live in sunny Los Angeles, though, so you may have to skip to step two: her savory quinoa breakfast bowl.
By: Cooking Channel Staff

The Quinoa Breakfast Bowl With Crispy Kale Chips, as seen on Cooking Channel's Tia Mowry @ Home, Season 1.

Photo by: Adam Rose ©2015, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Adam Rose, 2015, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

The first step to a great morning for Tia Mowry is sunrise yoga in a park by the beach. Not everyone can live in sunny Los Angeles, though, so you may have to skip to step two: her savory quinoa breakfast bowl.

This filling bowl is packed with fiber, protein and iron, so it'll help you get energized for a busy day. It starts with Tia's favorite grain, quinoa, cooked until tender and fluffy. She tops that with crispy baked kale; earthy and meaty Shitake mushrooms and a perfect fried egg (the trick is to cook is low and slow).

The result is as pretty as it is healthy.

To get more of Tia's tips for the best morning ever, watch Tia Mowry at Home on Wednesday at 9pm ET.

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