Healthy Breakfast Recipes:
The most important meal of the day is a healthy breakfast! Apparently, some people skip the morning food often, perhaps because of time constraints but this is not right. Here’s it; work on your schedule, and carve out time for your breakfast every day.Some healthy recipes can be put together for breakfast – they can quickly be done in less time than it takes you to dress up. It has been confirmed by researchers that those who eat breakfasts are often slimmer than those who don’t. This is because your body resumes work after about 8 hours of fasting. The earlier you eat; the sooner your metabolism gets to work for the day!
But if you skip breakfast, your body will remain still for more hours (plus your sleeping hours), and fats will continue to settle – thereby adding to your weight. The healthy recipes your body needs for breakfast should contain around 500 calories with at least 20 grams of protein. But how do you make such recipe composing of enough vitamins, proteins, and minerals in few minutes? Below are three healthy breakfast recipes that won’t take you much time to prepare:
Blueberry Smoothie with Toasted-Cheese Sandwich
You can make this in just four minutes. Ingredients include 1/2 c Kashi Go Lean Crunch, cereal, two slices whole-wheat bread, 1 c frozen blueberries, 1 c fat-free milk, and 1-oz slice Cheddar cheese. Pop the bread into the toaster. Put the milk, cereal, and berries into a blender and liquefy. Stick a piece of Cheddar between the warm slices of toast and nuke the sandwich in a microwave for 15 seconds. It will taste grilled. Your muscle will grow well with the milk and cheese in this meal, the minerals in the cheese and milk will help keep blood-pressure levels down, and the whole grains in the bread and cereal will help lower your cholesterol. Per meal, you have 509 calories, 75 g carbohydrates, 26 grams (g) protein, 12 g fiber and 14 g total fat.
You will prepare this in just a minute with 1/2-pint fat-free milk, one medium apple, one pack Skippy Squeeze, one bran Vita muffin and Stix peanut butter. Slice the apple, muffin, grab the milk, and peanut butter, and go. Squeeze out the peanut butter of its pack onto your apple slices as you eat. The benefits of this are that Vita muffins contain 100 percent of your suggested intake of several important nutrients which include vitamins A, B6, B12, C, D, and E. Foods high in monounsaturated fats like peanut butter will boost testosterone levels. This meal will also help you burn energy more efficiently and lift more weight at the gym. The nutrients per meal include 506 calories, 87 g carbohydrates, 20 g protein, 15 g fiber and 12 g total fat.
Minute Omelette with Toast
The minute omelette with toast remains one of the quick breakfasts you can prepare – it takes about 2 minutes to make. Ingredients include thawed one slice Canadian bacon, one egg 3/4 c frozen spinach, 1 Tbsp. Almond butter, diced two slices whole-wheat bread, and 1 c Welch’s grape juice. Stir the spinach, egg, and Canadian bacon together and pour onto a plate coated with nonstick spray. Put in a microwave oven for a minute or until the egg is thoroughly boiled. Now, toast the bread and eat it with the almond butter. You can wash everything down with grape juice. Benefits of this meal are that Monounsaturated fat that is present in the almond spread will help prevent spikes and drops in blood sugar level, which can leave you feeling exhausted or crabby. Grape juice supplies your body with an antioxidant, called resveratrol. This not only helps lower cholesterol levels but also helps improve the flow of blood to the heart. The nutrients per meal include 540 calories, 73 g carbohydrates, 25 g protein, 8 g fiber and 19 g total fat.