Hunting for a tasty breakfast meal to get your day started right? You’ve arrived at the correct location. We’ve got your taste buds served with everything from fluffy pancakes to nutritious smoothies and any form of egg dish you can think of (egg-and-sausage pies, anyone?).

While it’s better to avoid unhealthy products heavy in sugar, processed carbohydrates, and additives, it’s not always simple to know what to select. As a result, the list below will assist you in constructing a nutritious breakfast. Grab a cup of coffee and begin scrolling.

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Pan Fried Eggs

If you want to prioritize protein in your breakfast, egg dishes are a terrific option. Breakfast scrambles, omelettes, and simple fried eggs may become monotonous, so try one of the recipes below to spice things up. For a transportable breakfast alternative, make individual frittatas in muffin pans. On days when you have extra time, make a large breakfast casserole or shakshuka for yourself and your spouse or family.

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Frest Berry Smoothie

Smoothies are among of the greatest breakfast dishes since they include a lot of fruits and vegetables in your first supper of the day. Years of smoothie-making experience have taught us that a clump of spinach is nearly invisible, so add some in to improve the nutrition in a fruit smoothie!

Blend in a superfood, such as hemp seeds, nut butter, matcha, or maca powder, for an extra healthy boost. Make your smoothie the night before and refrigerate it for a quick morning, or prepare individual smoothie packets. Measure out the fruit, vegetable, and superfood components for a single smoothie into a container, and prepare for as many days as you like at once.

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Porridge with Mashed Banana and Dried Blueberries

In a mixing bowl, combine oats and a fistful of dried blueberries, then add semi-skimmed milk. Microwave for 3 to 4 minutes, stirring every now and again. When the rice is done, whisk in the mashed banana, which is a better alternative to sugar or honey. Use a really ripe banana for the best results.

Baked Beans on Wholemeal Toast

Not only are baked beans inherently low in fat, but they are also high in fibre and protein, making them a vegetarian protein source. Keep an eye out for reduced-salt and reduced-sugar options.Don't Eat Your Problems For Breakfast, Eat These - Banana Bagel Sandwich

Banana Bagel Sandwich

Mash a ripe banana and put it in a toasted (ideally wholemeal) bagel. Because mashing the banana instead of slicing it gives the filling a creamier texture, you won’t need a low-fat spread.

Quick Porridge

Preparing porridge is simpler than you would believe. In a bowl, combine 50g rolled or instant oats and 200ml (or more for runny porridge) semi-skimmed milk, and microwave on high for 2 minutes. Garnish with dried fruit or nuts.


In a mixing dish, add 1 beaten egg, a few spinach leaves, and some diced lean roast ham. Microwave on high for 1 minute, or until the egg is firm.