6 Healthy Breakfast Recipes

6 Healthy Breakfast Recipes

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6 Healthy Breakfast Recipes

Healthy Berry Fruit Salad with Walnuts Recipe!!

A good healthy breakfast is a great start to the day. This is a great breakfast, it’s important to get your 5 a day. This recipe is loaded with 3 of your 5 per day. This breakfast is perfect for a balanced diet. Berries are full of good stuff, they are great for people with diabetes also due to berries not raising your blood sugar levels. Eating blueberries add vitamins A, C and B-6 to your daily diet. Raspberries are rich in vitamin A, B and vitamin C. Studies have shown that eating raspberries can help protect against cancer anti-ageing and obesity. Raspberries are full of antioxidants. Strawberries are not just great for breakfast, they also make a good dessert. They are loaded with vitamins and minerals and are truly a superfood. Nuts are a great source of protein. Walnuts in the right amounts really good for you. Walnuts are full of magnesium, calcium and vitamin C, throw in some good natural yoghurt that is full of protein and you’re off to a good start with a healthy breakfast!!!

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One packet of Fresh Strawberries

One Packet of Fresh Blue Berries

One Packet of Fresh Raspberries

30g of walnuts

Slice strawberries and mix blueberries and raspberries in a bowl

And add in walnut and mix with a wooden spoon

Fresh Natural yoghurt is optional

Directions –

Place all three packets of berries into a large bowl and mix with walnuts. Pour over some natural yoghurt. Serve in smaller bowls and enjoy!

Easy Veggie Omelette Recipe

This breakfast is simple and is a low-calorie meal. Omelettes are a great breakfast choice because they are fast and healthy. You can put some many different ingredients into an omelette. Omelette is great cold also and they can stores in the fridge for a tasty munch later on! The main ingredient is of course the humble egg. Eggs are loaded with protein. Eggs are full of vitamins D, B6 and B12. Eggs are a good source of iron, copper and zinc also. The lovely coloured egg yolk has the benefits of vitamins A, E, K and D. There are many ways to use eggs, and the different types of omelettes you can make are amazing. Put simply you can beat an omelette for breakfast!!!

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Serves 2 people


4 x eggs (preferably free-range eggs)

Olive oil

3 x tablespoons of green olives

8 x cherry tomatoes

A cheese of your choice

Fresh herbs

Directions –

Crack the 4 eggs in a large bowl and whisk until eggs become mixed

Chop cherry tomatoes in half’s

Pour some olive oil in a frying pan and swirl around the pan

Pour in egg mixture and cook

Cook for 3 minutes on each side, be careful flipping the omelette

Serve in a large plate and place olives and cheery tomatoes on top with small pieces of a cheese of your choice.


Oatmeal Three Different Recipes

These simple recipes are a super breakfast. Oats are quick and easy and they warm up your belly in the morning time! There’s nothing like a bowl of oats with some fruits, yoghurt and seeds. Oatmeal is also great with honey and jams. They are the perfect breakfast meal full of good stuff. Oatmeal is full of nutrition and has the benefits of fibre also. They are a slow-release carbohydrate, which is great for blood sugar levels. They also fill you up and you feel good after a small bowl of oats. Oatmeal is members of the whole grain family, which are slow rerelease carbohydrates which help the body, maintain good energy levels throughout the day. Eating oats help your get protein into your daily diet, a cup of oats has 6 grams of protein which is a large amount really. Oatmeal is 100% whole grain and gluten-free. They go great with fruit and a lot of different seeds and yoghurts. Oats are a must in your diet!! A cup of oats has only 150 calories in them which make them great opinion for a breakfast if you want to lose weight.

(1)Oats with Strawberries

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1 x cup of rolled oats preferably organic oats

One and a half cups of tap water

200 grams of strawberries

1 x tub of Natural yoghurt

2 x tablespoons of Flaxseeds

1 x tablespoon of Chia seeds


Slice strawberries with a sharp knife.

Pour one cup of oats and one and a half cups of water into a saucepan and heat up.

Heat up for 5 minutes until the oats are bubbling.

Pour into small bowls and place strawberries on top with one tablespoon on natural yoghurt.

Sprinkle Chia seeds and Flax seeds on top.


(2)Oats with Blueberries and Raspberries

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1 x cup of rolled oats preferably organic oats

One and a half cups of tap water

100 grams of blueberries

100 grams of raspberries


Pour one cup of oats and one and a half cups of water into a saucepan and heat up.

Heat up for 5 minutes until the oats are bubbling.

Pour into small bowls and place blueberries and raspberries over the oatmeal.

Dig in and Enjoy!

(3)Oats with Mixed Nuts and Yogurt

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1 x cup of rolled oats preferably organic oats

One and a half cups of tap water

50 grams of mixed nuts

1 x tub of Greek Yogurt


Pour one cup of oats and one and a half cups of water into a saucepan and heat up.

Heat up for 5 minutes until the oats are bubbling.

Serve in small bowls and place mixed nuts and a tablespoon of Greek yoghurt over the oatmeal.

Enjoy this healthy breakfast!

Overnight Oats with Yogurt and Berries Recipes

Overnight oats are a great way to get slow-release carbohydrates into the body. Overnight oats can also be a dessert or a treat. They are simple to prepare and can be store in the fridge for later the week. It’s a great way to get fresh fruit in your diet also by adding to an overnight oats mixture and top up with fresh yoghurt. This recipe is very handy if you are n the go and need something quick and simple, you can fire these overnight oats into your gear bag and off you go. Oats are full of good healthy stuff, they are a great source of protein and gluten-free. They have the added benefits of being a member of the slow-release carbohydrates family. Which make them great to maintain low blood sugar levels. Oats are full of fibre also being a whole grain, which helps hugely with digestion. Redcurrants have the advantages of vitamin C, iron and copper. They can assist with blood cell formation in the body and boost the immune system.

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Two cups of rolled oats (preferably organic)

100 grams of berries

100 grams

1 x Tub of Greek yoghurt

300 MLS of fresh milk


Making the overnight oats

Pour 2 cups of oats into a large bowl, and pour over the milk and let the oats soak overnight in the milk.

Place oats mixture in the fridge for 24 hours

Remove from the fridge after 24 hours

Mix with 1/3 a jar of natural yoghurt and full into jars of your choice

Top with fresh berries


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