Healthy Breakfast Recipes to Try Now

Healthy Breakfast

Breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day. It jump starts your body after sleep and helps you to recharge for the entire day ahead. Some people may want to skip breakfast due to their diets, but doctors will argue that for the body to function correctly, people need to fuel up on breakfast food and count the calories on the other meals. Homemakers know that to feed their brood, they have to keep the breakfast menu, and the rest of the meals, varied aside from being nutritious. Therefore, it will be better if they plan the meals and grab fresh produce and other necessary items from wholesale food suppliers to save on costs and time.

This article provides homemakers with some ideas on how to prepare a varied breakfast selection that will start the family’s day right. Try some of these out and see how they react to the recipes you’ve planned for them.

1. Toast with mashed avocado and egg


Over slices of toast, generously spread mashed avocados and add a sprinkling of finely ground pepper and salt. Layer sunny-side-up eggs and add some other herbs for garnish. Not only will this be a different take on a regular toast, but it’s also a pretty nutritious and filling way to start the day.

2. Egg muffins


Here’s a protein-rich take on regular muffins. Whisk several eggs to create a batter mixture and fold cooked bacon, cheese, spinach, and other herbs and spices of your choice. Pour over a muffin tray and bake 15-20 minutes or until they’re reasonably cooked. It can fill you up pretty well quickly.

3. Fruit salad and quinoa or chia


Combine fruits such as bananas, berries, apples, and mangoes and toss them around with a scoop or two of quinoa or chia seeds (or put them both for added texture) for protein and fibre. You have the option of adding milk or slathering them with honey, lime juice, and basil for that extra oomph. This will keep you going for hours, and the calories aren’t that heavy, too.

4. Savoury oatmeal


Microwave a bowl of quick-cooking oats and mix cheese, onions, red and green peppers, and diced tomatoes for a complete meal for a different take on the usual bland oatmeal. Mix well once cooked and layer an egg cooked over easy for a creamier texture. You can also add chopped bacon or other deli meats in moderation.

5. Breakfast pita


Stuff a whole-wheat pita with chopped hard-boiled eggs, bacon bits, chopped cooked mushrooms, and vegetables such as spinach, lettuce, cabbages, and tomatoes. You can also mix in chia or toasted sesame seeds for added texture. Go easy on the mayonnaise or salad dressing, though.

6. Filling healthy sandwiches


You can’t go wrong with a sandwich. For a filling meal, toast slices of bread and layer healthy, lean meat, low-fat cheese, sliced tomatoes, lettuce, and an egg cooked either over easy or sunny-side up. It’s going to be pretty messy to eat, but it will help you keep your energy up for hours on end.


A healthy breakfast is key to good nutrition. Try something new now and then but ensure that you all have a core of grains, lean meat, low-fat dairy, and enough fruits and vegetables to keep your immune system and your energy levels substantial for the better part of the day.