I’ve come up with a couple of quick and healthy breakfast ideas! You can adjust as you wish, they are flexible recipes!
- Caesar salad on toast
- Yogurt berry oatmeal fusion
- Banana blend
- Gluten-free natural pancakes
1. Caesar Salad on Toast 2 whole wheat bread with colourful toppings! Great for those who prefer a heavy, stomach filling meal in the morning! Adjust to your taste.
What you’ll need:
- 2 whole wheat bread
- 5-10 cherry/grape tomatoes
- 1-1/2 cups of shredded lettuce
- 1 large chicken breast
- 1/4 cup of parmesan cheese
- 1/4 cup of Caesar salad dressing
Things that should be prepared the night before to avoid over-consumption of time:
- Cut all of your cherry/grape tomatoes in half without exposing it’s internal liquids and juices
- Shred your lettuce until it resembles the amount of 1-1/2 cups.
- Boil one large chicken breast until fully cooked
Things that should be done the morning of your breakfast:
- Toast 2 whole wheat breads.
- Mix Caesar salad dressing with the shredded lettuce.
- After the toast is crisp to your liking, place the lettuce onto the whole wheat bread.
- When the lettuce is in place, place your cherry tomatoes and your chicken breast.
- Sprinkle parmesan cheese over bread, and toast again.
2. Yogurt Berry Oatmeal Fusion This is perfect for those who need more intake of dairy products! A light, quick, breakfast meal! For those who dislike yoghurt- especially natural yoghurt, I’ve added a little flavouring for you guys! If you are using the jam, make sure that it’s by Smuckers and Splenda, to retain the ” healthy” aspect. 3 incredibly simple steps!
What you’ll need:
- 1 cup of all natural yoghurt
- 1 tbs Blackberry and Splenda Jam (Optional)
- 2 tbs of oatmeal
- 1/2 cup of any fruit
- Mix yoghurt and Blackberry jam until it resembles a regular fruit-flavoured yoghurt.
- Spread oatmeal over the surface and tap the bowl to even the ingredient.
- Slice any fruit into bite sized pieces and spread evenly over the oatmeal.
Step One: Mix Jam and Yoghurt
Step Two: Spread oatmeal evenly on surface
Step 3: Add your choice of fruit
*Oatmeal can be replaced with Granola*
Plum Yoghurt Grape Yoghurt
3. Fruit smoothie For those who have no absolute time to sit down and enjoy a nice breakfast, this one is for you! I call it the Triple B. It’s great to have a big cup of fresh and nutrient-rich smoothie in your car. I know that a good majority of you guys think that smoothies aren’t enough for a breakfast meal, but trust me, I’m always full even half way through my cup. The emerging of the yoghurt and the banana adds an extra….POW!
What You’ll need:
- fruit of your choice
- Banana (optional)
- Fill half of your blender with the fruit of your choice.
- Add 1 and 1/2 cup of milk and 2 tbs of yoghurt.
* Check if the consistency of your smoothie is what you desire. For a little thickness, add yoghurt and for a thinner consistency, add more milk.*
4. Gluten-free natural pancakes Let’s have a laugh, to this day, I still don’t know what “gluten-free” really means. But this pancake is flour less! Trust me, this does NOT taste as good as the Aunt Jemima ones, but they are VERY healthy. If you enjoy slow, comfortable and cozy mornings, try this out! You can add many things to it as well. It’s super simple, with two ingredients you get the things called banana egg pancakes! Enjoy!
What You’ll need:
- Two eggs
- 1 medium sized ripe banana
- Smash your banana with a whisk or a fork, until it resembles a gloppy texture
- whisk in eggs to create a batter.
- Put heat on low-medium.
- Spread a decent amount of oil in your pan (preferably a flat pan) and start pouring the batter.
- When the pancakes are solid, top with any garnish!
These are a couple suggestions!
- Peanut Butter
- Maple Syrup
- Honey (My favourite!)
5. Salad: Okay, I’m being extremely lazy on this one. Basically, chop all the fruits and veggies you have and throw it all in your bowl! I have a couple of really amazing combination of fruits and veggies here. They compliment each other, try it out!
” A party without cake is just a meeting” – Julia Child