16 Ways To Eat Chocolate For Breakfast, So You Can Always Start Your Day Off Right

Even though you're a fully grown adult, there's no reason why you shouldn't eat chocolate for breakfast. It's basically an undisputed fact that chocolate is one of the greatest things to eat on this earth. I don't even have the words to describe how delicious it is. It's safe to say that chocolate is good on basically anything, whether it's something hot, cold, salty, or equally as sweet. So who's to say you can't have it for breakfast? Just because it's sweet doesn't mean you can't eat it first thing in the morning!

In fact, I would go so far as to say that chocolate actually tastes better when eaten with a cup of coffee when you first wake up. I don't know why, it just does. If you want to make yourself feel better about the fact that you're eating dessert during the most important meal of the day, then just incorporate chocolate into some classic breakfast foods. These 16 recipes below will help you eat chocolate for breakfast guilt-free every day of the week. Enjoy!

Image: Jelly Toast

Vanilla Chai And Earl Grey Chocolate Banana Muffins

You can’t argue with the fact that muffins are a classic breakfast menu item — as is Chai and Earl Grey tea. Add in some chocolate and a little bit of banana, and you’ve got a sweet and unique flavor so good you’ll want to make a huge batch of these.

Recipe and image: Half-Baked Harvest

Chocolate Chip Pancakes

The easiest way to eat chocolate for breakfast is via chocolate chip pancakes. Is it the most original idea? Maybe not, but when something tastes this good, who cares?

Recipe and image: A Better Happier St. Sebastian

Banana And Chocolate Chip Baked French Toast

The great thing about this breakfast is that it can — and should — be made the night before. This means you can have a delicious, practically gourmet breakfast without having to get up super early to put it all together.

Recipe and image: Foodie Crush

Salted Caramel Chocolate Biscotti

Whip up a batch of these biscotti, then pretend you’re on vacation in Italy while you munch down two (or five) with your cup of coffee. It’s totally appropriate to eat chocolate during breakfast in Europe, so you’re fine.

Recipe and image: Jelly Toast

Chocolate Cinnamon Rolls

If something isn’t broken, why try to fix it? Cinnamon rolls are perfection on their own, and there’s only one thing that could make them better: chocolate. Lots of chocolate.

Recipe and image: Food Fanatic

Salted Chocolate And Marzipan Babka

Sometimes nothing beats having a slice of homemade bread for breakfast. This flakey babka incorporates sea salt, almonds, marzipan, and of course chocolate for a sweet treat. Bonus: Make it the day before so you don’t have to do extra work in the morning.

Recipe and image: Half-Baked Harvest

Superfood Chocolate Coconut Pancakes

These chocolate coconut pancakes are so decadent and delicious that you might start to believe you’re actually having dessert for breakfast. But, uh, who cares?

Recipe and image: I Am A Food Blog

Chocolate Fudge Pistachio Cake Doughnuts

Doughnuts are one of those sweets that are totally appropriate for the morning — in fact, they’re even encouraged to be eaten in the early part of the day. Why not embrace that?

Recipe and image: How Sweet It Is

Coconut Scones With Dark Chocolate Chunks

Coconut and chocolate go together perfectly, especially in this delicious scone recipe. Make a whole bunch so these last you all week!

Recipe and image: A Farmgirl’s Dabbles

Cherry Chocolate Almond Muffins

These muffins are super easy to make. Take advantage of cherries being in season, and enjoy a tart yet sweet treat.

Recipe and image: Good Life Eats

Chocolate Avocado Smoothie

Looking for a healthy way to eat chocolate for breakfast? Mix up a smoothie of avocado, chocolate, bananas, coconut, and dates. So good, it’s like eating ice cream!

Recipe and image: Jelly Toast

Nutella Stuffed French Toast

This breakfast could not be faster to put together — and it’s guaranteed to be a crowd pleaser. Put Nutella between bread, then cook. Perfection.

Recipe and image: For Love and Lemons

Dark Chocolate Oatmeal

There is no limit to what you can do with oatmeal, so why not make it decadent by mixing it with chocolate? You’ll never look at oatmeal the same way again.

Recipe and image: A Pastry Affair

Whole Wheat Belgium Chocolate Chip Waffles

Uh, tell me I’m not the only one drooling right now. As if bananas and chocolate weren’t a good enough mix, someone has added coconut, waffles, and caramelizing action to them. Can I eat this every day?

Recipe and image:: Half-Baked Harvest

Peanut Butter Crispy Treats

Why buy Rice Krispie treats when you could make your own? This is like a little DIY granola bar, and can be eaten for the whole week.

Recipe and image: For Love and Lemons

Triple Chip Banana Bread

Banana bread is great on its own, but it’s even better when it’s made with chocolate. A mix of dark and white chocolate keeps these flavors interesting.

Recipe and image: Food Fanatic