Low Calorie Breakfasts

Breakfast is one of the most vital intakes of food for the day. It balances our metabolism and gives us enough energy throughout the day. So, the breakfast that we consume should be healthy and balances, should contain the right amount of nutrients and proteins. It should also be able to replenish the supply of glucose in our body. We should try to avoid greasy and unhealthy breakfasts and consume more natural and light alternatives, lets look at some of the low-calorie breakfasts:

Toast with Banana, Peanut Butter, and Chia

Take a piece of whole wheat bread and toast it, after that liberally spread a tablespoon of peanut butter. Take a banana and slice in thin pieces and cover the toast with it. Take a tablespoon of chia seeds and spread it over the toast, after that sprinkle a bit of cinnamon powder for a balanced taste.

Green Tropical Smoothie


The ingredients you need to procure for this recipe are a cup of chopped kale and pineapple chunks, you would also need half a cup of green grapes, a tablespoon of extra virgin coconut and lemon juice along with that add a small piece of fresh ginger and two tablespoons of chia or ground flax seeds. Blend all of them together in the mixer till you get a good consistency. It will have a distinct green color.

Oatmeal Bowl with Pistachio and Pomegranate

Cook one cup of oatmeal with water and add it with 2 tablespoons of greek yogurt and pomegranate seeds and then a tablespoon of roasted pistachios. Mix it well and add a drizzle of fresh honey, if you want a bit of spice you can add a small amount of cinnamon powder.

Tortilla with Cheese and Bacon

Top one flour tortilla with 2 tablespoons of shredded Swiss cheese and 1 piece of sliced bacon. Roast until the cheese is completely melted. Top with 2 dice of avocado; black pepper season and salt. Add a few tablespoons of your favorite hot sauce or garnish.

Spicy Sausage Waffle Sandwich

Sprinkle two tablespoons of shredded Pepper Jack cheese on a toasted buttermilk waffle. Sear until the cheese melts. Cut the waffle down the middle and top one half with two little cut tomatoes; season with salt and pepper and afterwards include a cooked sausage patty. Make a sandwich with the rest of the waffle half.

Yoghurt Sundae

Crush 1/3 cup of raspberries using a fork and along with it 1 tablespoon of maple syrup until it has a saucy consistency. Scoop a cup of low-fat Greek yogurt and pour the raspberry sauce over it, 1/4th cup of blueberries and a tablespoon of roasted almonds. Make sure to mix it properly in a manner that the yogurt and the sauce don’t completely blend.

Baked Potato with Egg and Cheese Stuffing

Add a tablespoon of butter in a nonstick skillet and over that add a whole large egg after that season with salt and pepper and scramble it over once it starts sizzling. Split 1 little hot baked potato and add the scrambled egg into the potato as stuffing. Cover the baked potato with a tablespoon of cheddar cheese and some scallions, make sure to eat it while it’s still hot.

Parmesan and Pesto Eggs

Cook 2 big eggs in 1/2 tablespoon of melted butter in a non-stick skillet; sprinkle with salt. Slide 1 tablespoon of pesto, 1 sliced pickled cherry pepper and 1 tablespoon of Parmesan finely chopped onto a tray top.