13 Healthy Breakfast Recipes That Will Help You Lose Weight

From omnivores to vegans, every kind of eater needs to fuel up early. And nothing energizes better than a healthy breakfast dish. Forget about boring, routine meals. We’ve rounded up recipes that are varied and interesting. All of them boost calorie burning throughout the day, helping to manage your weight.

Avocado toast with a twist

Image by Vicky Wasik via Serious Eats

Despite being a trending topic for better or worse, the avocado fights for its place on the table. It proves to make a good pair with smoked salmon. Both are fatty, so add capers, tomatoes, and rounds of red onions sliced thinly. Spread goat cheese on the toast. Then finish with a squeeze of lemon and a sprinkle of black pepper.

See the recipe on Serious Eats.

Bacon Gruyére breakfast pie

Image by Danielle Occhiogrosso via Good Housekeeping

Perfect for weekends, this “pie” is good for six servings. What you need: puff pastry, sour cream, Gruyére cheese, bacon, eggs, and thyme for garnish. What you get: a sunny-side-up “pizza.” Air quotes aside, call it whatever you want as long as it’s delicious. It takes 55 minutes to prep and bake.

See the recipe on Good Housekeeping.

Chocolate cherry waffles

Do you swear by whole grains? This breakfast idea is for you. Even better if you are also always on the go. Get two pieces of Van’s 8 Whole Grains Waffles. Spread on each one tablespoon of chocolate almond butter. Top with cherries, and then you’re good!

See the recipe on Women’s Health.

Banana peanut butter chia seed pudding

Image by The Suburban Soapbox

Here’s another dish you can whip up fast and easy. All you have to do is puree the banana, peanut butter, and milk in a blender. Mix in the chia seeds. Then keep the mixture in the refrigerator overnight.

Fill yourself up with this sweet pudding the next morning. Aside from the calcium boost you get from the milk and chia seeds, enjoy the protein serving of the peanut butter and the natural sweetness that comes from the ripe banana.

See the recipe on The Suburban Soapbox.

Cheesy mushroom scramble

Got less than five minutes? This egg recipe only requires four. Toss fresh mushrooms and shredded mozzarella into whisked eggs. Spray PAMor your cooking spray brand of choiceon the pan. Then add egg and scramble until firm.

See the recipe on Prevention.

Strawberry-yogurt smoothie

The power combo of strawberry and yogurt makes this simple recipe packed. Berries are high in fiber, potassium, and Vitamin C but low in calories. Yogurt dishes out probiotics, protein, calcium, magnesium, and Vitamins B2 and B12. Just blend to get the most out of the two. If that’s not enough for you, stir in orange for a sweet tang.

See the recipe on Reader’s Digest.

Lemon poppy seed protein squares

Image by My Fresh Perspective

These bites are for the vegans among you. These protein squares are gluten-free rolled oats, vanilla protein shake, and poppy seeds rolled into one. There should be the tangy zest of the lemon, too. This version uses coconut oil instead of yogurt and applesauce. If you’re worried, the recipe maker ensures that you won’t even detect the coconut taste.

See the recipe on My Fresh Perspective.

Southwest tofu scramble

Image by Minimalist Baker

Even if you’re not vegan, you might have experimented with tofu in the kitchen. There are many ways to cook this soybean product. One is to make a Southwest-inspired scramble out of it. For the scramble itself, you’ll need extra-firm tofu, kale, red onion, and red pepper. For the sauce, scour your pantry for sea salt, garlic powder, cumin powder, chili powder, and turmeric (optional).

See the recipe on Minimalist Baker.

Warm fruit bowl

Image by Nutrition Stripped

Here’s a bowl bursting with fiber and antioxidants. That’s thanks to the berries that you will have to bake for 20 minutes. The wilted effect on blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries contrast well with the crunchy goodness of coconut shreds or coconut shavings. Add the latter after taking the berries out of the oven. Pour milk and enjoy.

See the recipe on Nutrition Stripped.

Spinach and cheddar microwave quiche

Image by Bowl of Delicious

A high-protein breakfast can let you kick the day into high gear. And what if you can get that resource from quiche? Only this one can be cooked in a microwave! Make sure to dry your spinach before adding it into a mug containing egg, milk, shredded cheddar, salt, and pepper. Throwing bacon into the mix is optional.

See the recipe on Bowl of Delicious.

Tomato toast with macadamia ricotta

Image by Dolly and Oatmeal

You have two things to prepare separately here. There’s the macadamia ricotta, and there’s the tomato toast. The former combines many ingredients that are good for the brain, such as macadamia nuts and miso. Of course, tomatoes are always great for toasts.

See the recipe on Dolly and Oatmeal.

Asparagus and smoked salmon bundle


This protein-rich starter can also be a breakfast staple. Do not get intimidated by the bundle. It may look fancy, but the method is simple. You can even prepare a generous serving and save portions for later consumption. The resulting dish should fill you up, as each wrap offers 10 grams of protein.

See the recipe on POPSUGAR.

Pumpkin overnight oats

Image by EatingWell

If you have remaining canned pumpkin from Thanksgiving, well here’s another delicious way to get rid of it. You can prep this the night before while you watch your favorite TV or Netflix drama.  You’ll be finished in no time and will have more time to enjoy your show. Just combine the ingredients and refrigerate. You’ve got a no-drama recipe right here.

See the recipe on EatingWell.

You may also like


5 Tips to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions


Picture this: January 1st, you wake up to the vibrant rays of sunlight seeping through your curtain’s fabrics, you open your phone and your feed is bombarded by photographs of aesthetically appetizing vegetable salads, mirror selfies of people in workout outfits followed by a “stolen” photo of a friend in the middle of a home-based workout session; all posted with a caption that reads “New Year, New Me!”

Laughing was your immediate reaction, in thought that this isn’t the first time you’ve ever witnessed them go all out with their new and fresh fitness regimes and diet. Unmistakably, after a month or so, the healthy lifestyle posts slowly disappeared from your daily encounters in social media and now only remain deep in the accounts of those who had posted them; like a momentary wave that will most likely return next year.

New Year’s Resolutions are commonly unsuccessful. People start with such…

Read More
Diet & Nutrition Health

Reasons Why Daily Dose of Bananas Will Change Your Life


Bananas and Its Effect On Your Health

Bananas are all around us; It is the crowd favorite everywhere in the world. In continents like Asia (there are just too many bananas), America, Europe, even Australia, bananas are very well-liked and favored. A banana is an elongated fruit that varies in color (it ranges from green to yellow, some are red) and tastes to those who don’t know. They come from a family of Musa plants, which are natives of Southeast Asia and grown in many of the warmer areas in the world (Arnarson, 2019). It is rich in numerous vitamins and minerals that immune us from harmful diseases and keep us hydrated. There are many kinds of research out there that proves banana’s effectiveness to ward off or to help us fight some deficiencies.

Listed below are the Vitamins and Minerals present in a piece of banana:

Carbohydrates and Sugars

Banana is an…

Read More
Health Weight Loss

Importance of Eating When Losing Weight


Are you one of those people who consider skipping their meals just to lose weight quickly? Trust me, as someone who dreams of having that thin and “perfect” figure, I’ve been there. Other people consider eating once a day, and because they can see the promising results immediately, they tend to just stick with that diet for a long time… Which is actually dangerous.

You see, our bodies are designed to do something; It is intended for activities. If we deprive it of the foods and chemicals that it needs, it may lead to lousiness, crankiness, and even complicate other vital systems’ functions inside our body.
Our bodies have their own healing powers to become well and stay healthy on their own- if only we provide sufficient amounts of nutrients inside them.

According to the book entitled “Fit For Life,” it is not enough to determine levels of nutrients based on chemical…

Read More

5 Habits to End Laziness


In these times, when we are in our house, we often ignore our responsibilities and stay idle. We may think that it is our way of relaxing- but it is not. Laziness can affect us greatly than we expect- it can cause excessive stress and physical disturbance. Also, this can lead to irreversible health damage. So, here are some of the practices you can nourish to put an end to your laziness.

1. Eat Good Food for a Better Mood

According to studies, there is a link between diet and mental health, not just specific foods or nutrients, which means that there is no superfood for mental health rather it is important to have a balanced diet.

So, eating a wide variety of vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, wholegrain cereals, legumes, low-fat dairy, lean meat, and oily fish will make you healthy not just physically but also mentally. Keep in mind that what…

Read More
Diet & Nutrition Health

Benefits of Green Tea


Are you fond of drinking coffee when you cannot sleep or when you’re just too sleepy for an online class? Do you find yourself in the kitchen looking for your coffee maker when you are burnt-out, stressed, and fed up with the works and assessments? Trust me; you’re not alone. Almost half of the population in the world drinks coffee or addicted to it, too.
But did you know that there is an alternative option if you want to be a little bit healthier than your usual self? I know that you’ve heard of this before. Green Tea!

There are various researches out there (you can directly search it on your search engine) to prove that green teas have more benefits than your regular coffee. It has caffeine, yes. But much lesser than the coffees that we used to have. You can drain 3 to 5 cups of green tea a…

Read More

4 Easter Treats That Will Make Staying at Home Worthwile


Amidst the uncertainty and panic around the world due to COVID-19 or most commonly known as Corona virus – Easter Sunday and its joyous treats is still happening.

What’s Easter Sunday without chocolates! Rich, decadent, with a beauty enhancing twist—what more could you want?

By letting chocolate claim its rightful place as the star of the show, these decadent-tasting clean eating desserts maximize rich chocolate flavor without overpowering this super food’s heart-healthy properties with extra fat and sugar.

1. No Bake Brownie Energy Bars

Luscious, soft and chewy good brownie energy bars will surely melt everyone’s heart. This brownie recipe is quick, easy, and uses ingredients you probably have on hand in your pantry.

no bake energy bars


    • walnuts
    • pecans
    • pistachios
    • goji berries
    • chia seeds
    • coconut
    • cocoa powder (or cacao)
    • dark chocolate
    • sea salt

2. Chocolate-Covered Carrot Cake Pops

Who would’ve thought that carrots and…

Read More