10 healthy breakfast ideas
Jump-start your metabolism and perk up your day with these healthy and delicious breakfast ideas.
A wholesome breakfast sets your day in motion. It equips your body with the nutrients it needs to kick off your morning feeling healthy and energized.
But wholesome doesn’t have to mean plain or boring. You can still have a delish breakfast to fuel you up for the day ahead that’s packed with the good stuff . We’ve found 10 healthy and tasty breakfast ideas you would totally wake up for in the AM, with a glass of SkinnyMint Morning Boost Tea on the side.
This low-fat, high-protein breakfast uses whole-wheat tortillas and egg whites (instead of whole eggs). To amp up the flavor, add a sensible scoop of salsa for a true-blue Mexican dish. Alternately, opt for Greek yogurt for an additional protein boost.
One serving of these grain-free protein crepes contains 189 calories, nine grams of fat, 13 grams total carbs (five grams of net carbs), eight grams of fiber and 14 grams of protein — enough to fill you up until lunch time. The perfect base for anything sweet or savoury, these crepes double up as a lunch dish too.
If you’re in for something light and savoury, try this. Featuring ‘super-food’ cauliflower, it feeds your body with a remarkable range of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Add a shot of runny yolk for essential fatty acids DHA and AA.
Replace your classic peanut butter sandwich for this healthier alternative that also packs an equal amount of protein punch. Perfect as mid-day snacks as well, these quick breakfast fixes will no doubt be a popular breakfast choice for the young and old.
Due for a power-packed workout later? This decadent indulgence is made with frozen bananas, thick Greek yogurt, creamy peanut butter, cocoa powder (we recommend substituting with chocolate protein powder), and vanilla almond milk for a blast of delicious protein.
Similar but smaller than frittatas, it gives you the protein, green nutrients and dairy you need in one bite-sized treat. They can also stay fresh for a few days. So if you don’t have time to make breakfast on a weekday morning, make these on Sunday instead. These egg muffins make great grab-and-go breakfast snacks.
Popsicles for breakfast? Why, yes! With summer beckoning, these breakfast popsicles are perfect for when it gets too warm to whip up a hot breakfast meal. All you need is non-fat yogurt, your favorite fruits, and you’re set. Dip it in granola for extra crunch.
A healthier alternative to original waffles, these fiber-rich and protein-rich waffles made from whole wheat flour and flax seed meal make for a hearty, tummy-filling breakfast. Top off with organic maple syrup and sprinkle with pecans for their heart-healthy benefits.
This breakfast classic now comes with a healthy twist. Without crust, you are cutting out a lot of unnecessary carbs and calories. High-protein, low-carb and incredibly delicious, you’ll also be getting a lot of nutrition from this flavourful quiche. Make, store and reheat for the week ahead!
We never say no to a colourful explosion of breakfast pudding. Created with ultra-antioxidant chia seeds, almond milk and fresh seasonal fruits, this wholesome breakfast not only tastes great, it also fills and fuels you up for an energetic start to the day. Keep it refrigerated for a cold, refreshing treat.
Which healthy breakfast treats tickle your tummy’s fancy? Tell us by commenting below.