Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, kicking off our metabolism for the rest of our day. Often times we are too busy in the morning to eat, but it’s unhealthy to skip this meal. Another problem with breakfast can be a lack of variety, if this is your problem then here are a few more options to add to your repertoire!
This breakfast is only 259 calories and contains 15 grams of protein. Fortunately it only takes 15 minutes to prepare. I like this recipe because it is quick and easy, but also the eggs are a good source of protein for the day. Additionally, it is filling which is an added bonus when it has so few calories.
I love French toast, and this recipe adds cornflakes to the traditional version giving the toast a little crunch. You can lighten the recipe even more by using skim milk or low-calorie wheat bread. Only 149 calories! I like that even though this meal is well under 300 calories you don’t have to deny yourself something so delicious.
One of my weaknesses when it comes to food is peanut butter. I could eat it by the spoonful, but I also eat it with apples, on toast, bagels, and pancakes. And that is why I like this recipe, a peanut butter and banana smoothie! This recipe yields only one serving and contains 45 carbohydrate grams.
I selected this recipe because, again, I love peanut butter! But these bars are also convenient because you can make them the night before and all you have to do the next morning is grab a bar and go! I love it when things are convenient, especially when I’m running late in the morning.
I chose this recipe because the donuts are only 200 calories! And pumpkin flavored foods are perfect for the fall and winter seasons. A delicious pumpkin flavored donut with a cream cheese, I mean, how perfect does that sound!