Fruit. Applesauce, peaches, pineapple chunks, pears, grapes (sliced in half so she doesn't choke), oranges, clementines, nectarines, avocodos, apples, plums, kiwis, strawberries, blueberries (watch out - they STAIN!), bananas,etc. My son has fruit nearly every morning.
Grain. Cereal, oatmeal (good with cinnamon), wheat toast, bagel, pita bread, tortilla (warmed, sprinkled with cinnamon and a tiny hint of sugar), English muffin, croissant, grits, cream of wheat, etc.
Veggies: who says you have to have them only for lunch or dinner? Sweet potatoes, squash, carrots, pumpkin, chickpeas (hummus - have with toasted pita points - YUM!), eggplant (baba ganouj - again, with toasted pita points - double yumm!), or whatever she likes.
Protein. Yogurt, egg (try hard-boiled - my son likes them like that), omelet (with cheese and shredded chicken), nut butters (if no allergies - you might want to wait until she is 18 months old), milk, or cheese.
Make sure she has at least two (three is better) of the above categories.
Some combos we like are:
Yogurt with frozen blueberries stirred in
Yogurt with granola ("Crunchy Yogurt")
Cereal with milk and a banana (or other fruit)
Egg and toast with a clementine
Oatmeal and applesauce (sometimes mixed together)
Omelet and peaches
French toast and apple slices
Sweet potatoes and bananas (good mashed together, warmed with cinnamon and brown sugar)
Mixed fruit (whatever I have on hand: kiwis, strawberries, oranges, apples, etc.) and toast
We always have milk to drink with breakfast.
Skip the jarred junk. Feed her what you eat - hopefully a healthy breakfast!! You just have to cut it smaller.