When you wake up to face the day you want to eat a healthy breakfast that will give you energy throughout your morning. Finding the best options for you and still having variety is the key. Eating a protein bar for breakfast every single day can get pretty boring. Eating a good meal for breakfast doesn't mean that you have to sacrifice how healthy it is.
Making sure you have a good breakfast that will sustain you prevents you from getting hungry too soon and incessantly snacking later on. You're less likely to overeat if you aren't feeling ravenous before your meal. There are many delicious breakfast options that contain proteins, carbs, and healthy fats. These help keep you feeling full and maintain your energy all morning long.
There are so many ways to prepare an egg. They can be boiled, scrambled, poached, fried… A scrambled egg on a whole wheat tortilla with red pepper is a warm, filling breakfast. It's got protein and healthy whole grains and red pepper. There are lots of delicious healthy foods that pair well with eggs.
Eggs and avocado are a hearty and healthy combination. The fiber, protein, and healthy fats make a nice blend. Egg on whole wheat toast is another yummy choice. A couple of slices of turkey bacon or low-fat cheese would make a tasty omelet. Adding black beans and chickpeas also makes eggs a healthy, filling option.
Baked or Overnight Oats
Oatmeal makes for a filling breakfast choice. It can be paired with lots of tasty, healthy add-ons like berries, walnuts, and honey. Oatmeal is one of the healthiest grains. It's proven to lower blood sugar and reduce the risk of heart disease. Oatmeal helps you feel full and digests slowly. Oatmeal with a banana or cut up strawberries is a delicious choice. Baked oats are the easiest way to go if you have a long day ahead, just put one cup of oats, and one cup of nut milk in a cup, and leave it in the fridge overnight. When you wake up in the morning, your oats will have absorbed the milk making it like a pudding, which you can garnish with anything you’d like. You can also blend a cup of oats in a blender with your choice of nut milk, a splash of vanilla extract, 1 teaspoon of baking powder, and a dash of cinnamon to make a batter-like texture. Spray an oven safe bowl with some oil, pour your oat batter into the bowl, and add your toppings of choice. We recommend using our fresh berries or seasonal fruit on top for some extra flavor and antioxidants.
Whole grain toast is a healthy, filling meal option that helps us sustain our energy throughout the day. Whole grain bread and tortillas can be paired with a variety of different foods, they can also help with energy and digestion. You could add some greek yogurt to your toast, mashed bananas, Golden Butterz locally roasted coconut almond butter, cinnamon, and honey which liven up your breakfast.
Nutritious Nut Butter
Peanut butter is an excellent source of protein, it is tasty and filling, and the healthy fats will keep you going. Sunflower butter, hazelnut butter, pistachio butter, and cashew butter are just a few varieties of nut butter. They have lots of protein and fiber that work well with our body and system. Nut Butter will make you feel fuller longer. It can be paired with an apple sliced or some celery. You could also sprinkle in some granola.