Good Breakfast Ideas

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It’s easy to get stuck in a rut with breakfast. And if you’re trying to start your day in the healthiest way possible, your options can feel limited.

Fear not. We’ve collected our most nourishing, flavourful breakfasts – from creamy avocado on toast to heart-healthy porridge oats – to give you a welcome break from your usual toast or cereal.

Healthy Breakfast Ideas To Kickstart Your Morning

Simple planning and a few more minutes in the morning are all that are required. Consider providing your body with the nourishment it needs to start the day off well as a gift.

Chocolate Banana Protein Shake

healthy breakfast ideas - Chocolate Banana Protein Shake

Our protein shake’s chocolaty flavor and the flavor of bananas together make for a delicious combination that will never get old.

Sweet Potato Toast

5 slices of sweet potato toast with different toppings, raspberry, avocado, blueberries, fried egg and banana

While occasionally enjoying a few slices of whole-grain toast is certainly acceptable, sweet potatoes work well as an alternative to bread in open-faced breakfast sandwiches. Sliced sweet potatoes should be toasted before being topped with anything healthy you have in your refrigerator or pantry, such as a fried egg, smashed avocado, ricotta cheese, berries, and honey, or nut butter and banana slices.

Ham and Egg Breakfast Sandwich

T-Minus 30 Recipes - Ham and Egg Breakfast Sandwich

You can make a healthier, more filling breakfast sandwich at home in less than 15 minutes using only six ingredients (ham, egg, spinach, olive oil, Swiss cheese, and a whole-grain English muffin). Take this bad boy wrapped in foil to work (or eat it on the way to work… we won’t judge).

Chocolate Blueberry Protein Shake

healthy breakfast ideas - Blueberry Protein Shake

Although you might not hear about blueberries and chocolate together very frequently, once you make this shake, you’ll be a fan. To sneak in some extra taste and protein, we even added some almond butter.

 Avocado on toast

Toast topped with mixed beans and avocado

Avocado is Instagram’s go-to breakfast food because it’s colorful, creamy, and filling. It includes more soluble fiber than other fruits, is a great source of monounsaturated fat and vitamin E, and offers a variety of minerals like iron, potassium, and folate.

Muesli

Bowl of muesli topped with yogurt and fresh berries

Making a batch of your own cereal for the upcoming week is easy, and you can customize it to include any ingredients you desire while avoiding the added sugar found in many store-bought types. Increasing your consumption of fiber in the form of wheat bran or germ, slow-releasing carbohydrates like oats, and/or nutritionally beneficial dried fruits, nuts, and seeds is another excellent benefit of the DIY alternative.

 Porridge

Healthy porridge bowl

Porridge is a great option for a healthy, adaptable breakfast to prepare at home or at work because it is affordable, quick, and full all at the same time. It can be flavorful and even more healthful with a few tweaks and delectable additions. Make it a routine to eat a bowl of cereal in the morning, and it will sustain you until lunch.

 Overnight oats

Overnight oats in glass jars, topped with fruit and honey

We adore overnight oats for a quick breakfast on-the-go because they provide a quick boost of nourishment. When you wake up in the morning, you will find creamy, soft oats that you can pack and take to work or enjoy as a quick, no-prep breakfast before a busy workday.

Omelette

Pan filled with an omelette

Cheap and versatile, eggs are also loaded with proteins, vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids. Whip them into an omelette along with veggies, herbs, salmon or cheese. This healthy herb omelletes with fried potatoes makes a protein-rich brunch or breakfast for two people and is ready in just 10 minutes.

 Clementine & vanilla porridge with citrus salsa

Porridge in white bowls with spoons

Brighten up your morning with this vibrant clementine & vanilla porridge with citrus salsa This porridge is low in fat and loaded with vitamin C, calcium and folate. Soak porridge oats with citrus peel and vanilla extract in 800ml water overnight, Then make a citrus salsa by chopping clementines, grapefruit and mint leaves. Cook the porridge and top with salsa, yogurt, seeds and nuts.

Mushroom brunch

Eggs with kale and mushrooms in frying pan

An easy one-pan breakfast requiring few ingredients is this mushroom brunch. Cook sliced mushrooms in garlic and olive oil for this low-calorie brunch dish, then stir in one bag of chopped kale. When the eggs are done to your preference, add the eggs to the pan and cook for an additional 2-3 minutes. Attempt serving with freshly baked sourdough bread.

Cinnamon crêpes with nut butter, sliced banana & raspberries

Crepes with fruit on white plate

Make these cinnamon crêpes with nut butter, sliced banana & raspberries for a gluten-free, veggie-friendly breakfast. Make a simple pancake batter from gluten-free brown bread flour, cinnamon, egg and milk. Cook the pancakes one at a time, then top with a nut butter such as almond butter or peanut butter and fresh fruit.

 Peanut butter & date oat pots

Peanut butter overnight oat pots

Making overnight oats is a quick and simple method to have a quick breakfast in the morning. Prepare these porridge oats with peanut butter and dates by soaking them in boiling water. Next, incorporate vanilla extract, chopped medjool dates, plain bio yogurt, and crunchy peanut butter. Leave to soak in the refrigerator all night. Add more yogurt on top, then sprinkle cinnamon on top.

 Poached eggs with smashed avocado & tomatoes

Smashed avocado on toast

With a ton of filling ingredients, these healthy poached eggs with mashed avocado and tomatoes will keep you going throughout the day. The eggs should be poached until the yolks are still runny but the whites are hard. Slices of white sourdough or whole-wheat soda bread can be toasted. Add an egg, an avocado that has been mashed, a bunch of rocket, and some black pepper on top.

 Avocado & black bean eggs

Black beans with eggs in pan

These really full avocado and black bean eggs are a great way for vegetarians to start their day. This quick recipe just requires one pan and takes ten minutes to prepare. Fry the eggs, then distribute the beans, tomatoes, and cumin seeds throughout the pan. Sprinkle with chopped coriander and avocado slices before adding lime juice.

Breakfast burrito

Hand holding burrito with green background

For a healthy breakfast on the fly, prepare this breakfast tortilla. Cook chopped kale and cherry tomatoes until softened, stirring an egg with a tablespoon of chipotle paste in the meantime. After cooking the beaten egg, put the ingredients in a warm whole-wheat tortilla wrap and top with avocado slices.

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