6 Healthy Breakfast Recipes You Can Make in 5 Minutes
14 July 2016
As the first and most important meal of the day, breakfast should ideally be something you look forward to, but in the rush to get everyone up, organised and out the door on time for work or school, there’s rarely time for anything more exotic than a piece of toast. Boring, isn’t it?!
Get your day off to a better start by trying some of these six healthy breakfast ideas that taste great, look appetising and take just five minutes to prepare:
1. Greek Yogurt and Blueberries
With this recipe from Sci MX Nutrition, you can enjoy a fat-free, low-carb, high-protein brekkie that has just three ingredients and takes seconds to make.
It’s simple, tasty, refreshing and healthy – what’s not to like?!
For a bit of variety, try switching the blueberries for strawberries, raspberries or a sliced banana. SCI MX is available to buy instore now.
2. Vegan Avocado Spread
Often described as a ‘superfood’, avocados are a natural source of more than 20 different minerals and vitamins and they’re also packed with fats that are good for your heart.
Flexitarian recommend mashing them up with a few other healthy ingredients and spreading them on a toasted bagel. Yum.
3. Raspberry and Mango Smoothie with Chia Seeds
If you really are pressed for time in the mornings then don’t skip a healthy breakfast, take it with you!
This refreshing recipe from Supper in the Suburbs, which includes mango, raspberry, yogurt and chia seeds, can be whizzed up in a smoothie blender in the time it takes you to brush your teeth and put your shoes on.
4. Italian Scrambled Eggs on Toast
Don’t just go to work on an egg, go on a delicious, Italian-style scrambled one!
This healthy breakfast idea from The Crazy Kitchen puts a fresh and tasty twist on a British breakfast classic.
All you need is a little oil, some eggs, tomatoes, basil and ciabatta and in less than 5 minutes, you can enjoy a hearty, healthy breakfast that sets you up for the day.
5. Homemade Granola
Granola is both healthy and filling so it will keep those pesky hunger pangs at bay until lunchtime.
This recipe from Larger Family Life requires a little more preparation (around 15 mins) than the other suggestions we’ve made, but it’s oh so worth it.
Prepare your granola in advance and you can store it in an airtight tupperware container so that it’s ready for a super quick breakfast any day of the week.
6. Clean Eating Ham Pots
Roll out of bed, pop these Clean Eating Ham Pots in the oven, get dressed and when you’re ready, so will your breakfast be.
This healthy recipe from Helo Health feels a bit like a naughty fry-up without all of the calories or guilt.
You can find all the cookware, tableware and containers you need to make and store any of these recipes, instore at B&M.