Overnight Oats with Fresh Berries
Not only that this recipe is very easy to make, oatmeal and berries provide a very high level of fiber to keep you full and energized during the day. Mix plain milk (substitutable to almond or soy milk), oatmeal and a drizzle of honey in a bowl and leave it over night in the refrigerator. In the morning cut mix types of berries (can be strawberries, blueberries, or raspberries) and serve it together on top of the overnight oat.
Oat Muffins With Vegetables
Substitute your muffin cravings for its very healthy counterpart: morning glory muffins. It is basically made by an oat based muffin, however loaded with nutritious vegetables such as carrots and zucchini which will not ruin your diet, sweetened lightly with raisins and just a little pinch of sugar.
Toast With Avocado and Egg
Toast two slices of whole grain bread and top it with smashed avocado and a pinch of salt and pepper to make it savory and rich. Add with two sunny side up eggs to fulfill your daily protein need, or even stack them together to turn it into a sandwich to go.
Mini Quinoa Quiches
Mix two cups of cooked quinoa with two eggs, a cup of your favorite vegetables (be it spinach or zucchini, but make sure it is finely cut), a cup of grated cheese and a dash of salt and pepper at the end. Set it into a mini muffin tin that has been lightly oiled and bake at 350 F for about 15 to 20 minutes. Surely a different way to enjoy quinoa that you may have never thought before.
Egg and Left-overs
Making use of food leftovers from last night like a pro. Firstly, put a scoop of leftover roasted meat, veggies or potatoes in a container. Then, top it up with an egg and then turn it in a microwave until the egg white is cooked through for about 30 to 45 seconds. Finish it nicely with freshly grated cheese or a dash of fresh rosemary.
To make this, scramble two egg whites, then mix it with a quarter cup of black beans, two tablespoons of salsa as well as two tablespoons of shredded cheese. Wrap it in a small whole wheat tortilla. Make tons of them, wrap in foil and keep it in the freezer for a simple and effortless 2 minutes breakfast. Another bonus aside from being so easy breezy would be the high amount of protein given by the eggs and beans, along with a full blown fiber support from whole wheat tortilla, guaranteed to keep you full at least up until lunch time. A very effective mid day snacking prevention strategy.
Classic Eggs Sandwich
Saute some spinach and fry two eggs, and place them on top of two whole wheat muffin halves with a slice of cheese in between. You may even wrap it in foil so that the cheese melts beautifully.
Scrambled Eggs With Vegetables – Microwave Version
Contrary to what is thought to be impossible by most people, scramble eggs in the microwave can be really scrumptious too. Without having to heat the oil and flip the pan, this type of scrambled eggs can be made by firstly mixing two eggs in a microwave safe container. After that, add a handful of vegetables of your choosing (better be chopped nicely so it will be able to mix beautifully) as well as grated cheese, to the amount that you prefer. Microwave the mixture for 30 seconds, take it out and stir, and then cook for another 30 seconds or as long as it takes to make the eggs solid.
Banana Smoothie with Peanut Butter
Blend two tablespoons of your favorite brand peanut butter, one frozen banana, one cup of almond milk (or any type of milk that you may prefer) and a few ice cubes until it becomes smooth and well-mixed. You can also add a scoop of your favorite vanilla or chocolate protein shake to get an extra dose of protein, and you will be ready to hit the gym!
Mix Yogurt Smoothie
To make use of whatever fruit is left in the fridge, blend a cup of plain Greek yogurt and a cup of any frozen fruit (although banana and berries would be extremely suitable) with half a cup of liquid, which may be milk, juice, coconut water – anything that you have and you would like to mix. Freeze it for the night and enjoy it in the following day.