Delicious Nutritional Breakfast Recipes For Non Surgical Health
There are some (or more like, many) mornings where it’s everything we can do to will ourselves out of bed and grab a fistful of cereal or a crappy granola bar on our way out the door. It’s not like a gourmet breakfast is a realistic everyday goal. But that doesn’t mean we should settle for a sugar rush that will leave us sad and hungry just a half hour later. You’d be surprised how many healthy breakfast ideas require very little effort when put into practice
we’re often too rushed in the a.m. hours, especially if we’re also hitting the gym (or the snooze button). For a morning meal that fuels your day and still fits in your hands, look no further than these breakfast sandwiches.
Savory Oat Meal with an Egg
This bowl is filled with some of the most potent fat-blasting ingredients Mother Nature has to offer. While the egg yolks provide choline, a nutrient that promotes the breakdown of stored fat, the avocado lends a healthy helping of monounsaturated fats and oleic fatty acids, which have been proven to spot-reduce abdominal flab. To learn more about the mighty green fruit’s flat-belly benefits.
Homemade oatmeal for morning meal is a habit that more than happy to keep up, even if it does take a little longer. But clearly in no hurry, after all, it only took me a decade to start cooking breakfast from scratch! In my experience, one must learn to walk in the kitchen before one can run. It’s a marathon carb-loaded and stretched for though.
Quinoa Fruit Salad
Quinoa is an amazing seed that is prepared the same as rice: 2 parts water or broth to 1 part grain. Bring water and grain to a boil and reduce to a simmer for about 15 minutes or until liquid is absorbed. Quinoa is also a good source of fiber and it also provides iron, magnesium, potassium, folate, calcium, phosphorus, and vitamins A and E.
Couple all that goodness with the wonderful antioxidants in berries and this is one nutrient rich salad!
Quinoa and Chia Porridge
quinoa porridge is dead easy. It does, however, require that you have quinoa already cooked and ready to add to your porridge. Having it pre-prepared means that your cooking time goes from 15 minutes of standing at the stove stirring to just 5 minutes total cooking time. Quinoa flakes are much faster to whip up in the morning than regular quinoa.We can opt for flakes when time is of the essence. Quinoa and chia are an excellent source of fibre, protein, magnesium, iron and Omega 3 so you’ll feel great knowing your morning bowl is packed with so much ‘superfood’ goodness. Quinoa and chia are both naturally gluten free so they are a great alternative to oats in the morning and they are also nutritionally superior.
Place quinoa, chia seeds, milk, spices and salt in a small saucepan over medium heat. Gently simmer, stirring occasionally, for about 5 minutes, or until most of the milk is absorbed. If porridge becomes too dry add a little extra milk.
Chocolate Quinoa Breakfast Bowl
This breakfast bowl is incredibly simple, requiring just 7 ingredients, 30 minutes, and 1 pot to prepare.
Amount of protein and staying power in quinoa is hard to ignore – 1 cup cooked contains about 8 grams protein, 5 grams fiber, and tons of iron and magnesium.We can’t think of a better way to start the day.
Calories: 236 Fat: 6.7 g Saturated fat: 3.1 g Carbohydrates: 40.9 g Sugar: 9 g Sodium: 120 mg Fiber: 4 g Protein: 7.5 g
Overnight Crock-pot Egg Casserole
Crock Pot Breakfast Casserole is the perfect gluten-free breakfast for feeding a crowd. Hearty and so delicious!
This slow cooker breakfast is incredibly easy, and it includes ingredients that are likely already in your fridge. It’s equally perfect for all occasions. On a weekday, set the timer before you go to bed and let it cook overnight for a no-prep breakfast. And on a weekend, turn it on when you wake up for a yummy slow-cooked brunch.
Open-Face Breakfast Sandwich
When you’re craving bread but don’t want to overload on a greasy breakfast sandwich, this is a healthier happy medium. This sandwich stacks egg whites, tomato, and avocado for a beauty of a breakfast. And don’t even think about leaving out the protein-rich spinach.
This one’s for the kale lovers out there. Stock up on more than your entire day’s worth of vitamins A and C, all while treating yourself to some bacon-y, egg-y goodness. You could sandwich this between any type of bread, but we love the hearty whole-wheat bun and eating a pan of brownies one sliced off sliver at a time (no calories that way, don’t you know?) that I determined we have turned the corner into grilled cheese season and there is no turning back.
Blueberry Almond Overnight Oats
Overnight oats are a versatile, delicious and easy way to give you a head start on your day. They let you prepare a nourishing part of your breakfast the night before, and their grab-and-go format makes overnight oats a perfect complement to a breakfast loaf, muffin or piece of fruit in the morning.The method for this recipe couldn’t be simpler: mix ingredients in your container and leave them in the fridge overnight. For the best tasting oats, you’ll want to leave them in the fridge for a full eight hours, but if you only have a few hours, it will still give the oats enough time to absorb all the flavour of your ingredients.
Easy to portion and customize, everyone in the house can make their own jar or container of overnight oats with their favourite toppings. Additions to overnight oats leave endless room for variation.