One of the most known sayings when talking about health and nutrition is that “breakfast is the most important meal of the day”. There is a reason why so many people put effort into their first meal of the day and what makes it so important. Breakfast provides us our energy for starting the day and it helps frame the rest of our healthy eating habits for later meals.
By starting off with healthy choices, you are more likely to make healthier choices throughout the day. Here are some healthy and energizing breakfast ideas to start your day off right:
Southwest Egg Scramble
Eggs is a breakfast staple and a protein-packed food that is great for starting off your day. The Southwest Egg Scramble is super is easy to make, takes almost no time at all, and is budget-friendly. What’s great about this recipe is that it’s super simple to make it your own and to use up veggies or ingredients before they go bad. Plus you can make it just for yourself and for the whole family.
Peanut Butter and Fruit Wrap
If you are looking for a healthy breakfast on the go for you and your kids, this is the perfect solution. These Peanut Butter and Fruit Wraps can be made the night ahead to ensure your breakfast is ready when you’re running late or don’t have time to make meal before work or school. With this recipe simply spread some peanut butter on a tortilla or wrap the add on fruits like strawberries, raspberries, bananas, apples, or blueberries.
Maple Pecan Quinoa Bowl
For a hardy, sweet, and filling breakfast, start your day with this Maple Pecan Quinoa Bowl. This bowl is packed with complex carbohydrates to help keep you full longer throughout the day. It’s also great for warming you up on chilly mornings. It’s full of simple ingredients that are full of nutrients and is super easy to make at the start of your day or for preparing for the week to come.
What’s better than having dessert for breakfast? This Cereal Sundae is delicious, nutritious, and the perfect recipe for sweetening up your morning. The recipe calls for your favorite cereal and adding in lemon or vanilla greek yogurt to boost fiber and protein then topping it off with some fruit and granola.