I like to have a sweet breakfast, but I also want it healthy. What is an easy sweet and healthy breakfast?

Kitty P.
Fresh fruit!!! Shop what's in season for the cheapest & best tasting fresh fruit, or buy frozen.

A fruit smoothie. Just be careful not to add too much sugar, to keep it healthy. Hide some greens in there too.

Oatmeal with fruit & cacao.
I love mixed berries & keep a huge bag in the freezer. Make a serving of oatmeal, stir in 1 tbsp organic cacao powder & 1 tsp maple syrup or honey. Top with about a 1/2 cup of thawed berries & a few tsp of cacao nibs. Sometimes I'll add chia, hemp seeds, or toasted coconut flakes.

Joann N.
I think oatmeal is healthy and sweet. If you get a sweet type of oatmeal, like apple and cinnamon, you’ll still be gaining the right nutrients while feeding your sugar crave.
Celine A.
My favorite sweet and healthy (no sugar of course) breakfast is banana pancakes, I did them today! Here is the recipe :
1- mash one banana in a bowl
2- add 1/4 cup milk and 1 egg to your banana (add 1/2 tsp vanilla extract too)
3- whisk these ingredients until smooth
4- add 1/2 cup of flour ( I usually remove 2 tblsp of flour from the 1/2 cup) and 1 tsp of baking powder
5- mix well
6- butter a pan and use a 1/4 measuring cup to put in the batter
7- I usually wait 30 seconds between each side but it all depends on your heater!
8- Enjoy ❤️
Jane Q.
Oats with yogurt and fruit or rice porridge sweetened with dates and vanilla are really great options! Rice porridge can be done with rice leftovers (if not too salty) or by cooking rice directly in milk infused with a small lemon peel, cinamon and the pitted dates. If you have a sweet tooth, i highly recommend this. You can top it with fruit, to add your daily dose of vitamins and fiber.
Dino Q.
French toast is a great option, here is the recipe that I use:
1. 1egg, 1/2 cup of milk, 3 spoons of cinnamon, toast, butter
2. Mix the milk, eggs and cinnamon in a bowl and soak the toast in the mixture.
3. Put some butter in the pan and spread it, throw the toast in and wait till it's ready then you can put any toppings you want.
Andrew Z.
For a breakfast with something sweet I recommend an apple, just cut it in four pieces cut the middle hard part out and enjoy . I usually make myself two loafs of bread with some type of ham and cheese then besides that I put four pieces of apple it's a perfect match for me! And don't forget to make yourself some good tea or another drink of choice
Kathy L.
I like to make banana walnut oatmeal. I use one medium banana 1 T walnuts, 1/2 c oatmeal with about 3/4 c water. I cook it in the microwave for 2 min. The Banana makes it so sweet.
Geraldo N.
I like to do Ezekiel toast with almond butter and sliced strawberries on top! Or a cup of overnight oats with a scoop of protein power (flavor of your choice).
Kara O.
Yogurt parfait! Plain yogurt, berries (that's where the sweet is), and granola. Sometimes I'll get granola with honey for the sweetness, too.
Lisdey C.
I like to prepare french toasts with some strawberries and honey. It is really easy to prepare and with the right ingrediens can be healthy too.
Grace X.
Oatmeal with blueberries. Get rolled oats that can be quick-cooked and it takes only a min in the microwave. Throw in blueberries, almonds, chia seeds, honey, whatever you’d like. Quick, easy, delicious.
Jeni O.
Banana nice cream! Two or three frozen bananas blended with a bit of water or milk (if needed) until a soft serve ice cream texture. Enough calories to power you until lunch, very healthy, and you get to eat ice cream for breakfast!
Francisco F.
if you are used to sweet cutting it out completely may feel violent lol. Try unsweetened versions of breakfast options and add a healthier sugar-alternative as needed at the table. Processed foods contain way more sugar and salt than you would ever add at the table.
Thatogatsi Z.
The only sweet healthy recipe I've tried before are fluffy and fruity honey egg pancakes other wise I stick with the way I think of healthy
Sara F.
Mix one mashed banana and two eggs. Fry it into pancakes in one teaspoon of oil. Powder one teaspoon of powder sugar and serve with sliced strawberries.
Super healthy and sweet!
Susana P.
Oatmeal with milk and fruit. I make mine with coconut milk and it's delicious. You can leave the oatmeal in the milk and you won't need to cook it
Blyss Q.
You can get away with eating sweet as long as you pair it with protein; adding in some fat is a good idea too. So really, anything is fair game.

What I have for breakfast is 11% Greek yogurt (fat, protein), 1 cup blueberries (sweet), a handful of walnuts (fat, protein) and a handful of granola (sweet and some fat, protein). You can sub in any fruit for the blueberries, bananas are good and sweet. I find this is a perfect balance of tastes and textures. You can also try making pancakes (yes with chocolate chips). Spread peanut butter over a cooled pancake and pop an egg in the middle, sandwich another pancake spread with pb on top.

Eventually you’ll get bored but just come back to the rule of thumb: eat sweet with protein…and add in some fat cuz it’s good too. I’m 5’6” and I weigh 112 lbs…this is what I eat. I barely exercise. I intermittently fast (16:8)…just so you have an idea of who’s writing this.

Nalle O.
I make some oatmeal with fruits (apples, bananas or strawberries) the night before, just soak it with milk and I eat it the next morning.
Christopher C.
Make up some fruit salad! Pick fruits that won't brown so that you can make a bunch up and it'll keep; then just add an apple or whatnot before eating. I even add a drizzle of maple syrup. Just make sure you get a source of protein!
Julie I.
Yogurt parfait with fruit. Fruit on your oatmeal.
Ideally…you should limit the amount of sugar in the morning. Fruit also has sugar, thought it is healthier than some of the other forms of sugar.
Sugar gives you highs and lows with energy, and it's also very taxing on your insulin response.

Stevia is a good sugar substitute. It comes from a plant. Agave nectar is also a good sugar substitute…and can also be a syrup substitute.

Malte F.
Fruit! I like making banana pancakes with fruit and maple syrup, there's tons of healthy recipes out there. Dates in smooties are also great to add sweetness, but also Fibre. 🙂
Cecily G.
porridge (oatmeal if ur american) and honey!! so easy and yummy. or you can put a square of dark chocolate in and let it melttt. check out @tracesoats on tiktok. he has a load of porridge recipes, which are all delicious ❤️
Kurt O.
French toast made with brown bread, eggs with a slight drop of milk, fried in a few squirts of low calorie spray with a fruit, a little sprinkle of cinnamon or drizzle of maple or low sugar syrup might hit the spot. There's complex carbs and protein to satiate too. I grab a quick protein shake when I'm in a rush. Or how about sliced banana on toast with a sprinkle of sugar or syrup?
Babette Z.
Fruit salad or a fruit smoothie. That was you have something healthy and naturally sweet. If not sweet enough for you, you could add a spoon of honey. Porridge with fruit and honey is also tasty and filling and not bad for you.
Josie Anne F.
Chocolate banana overnight oats! Blend a banana with a tsp cocoa powder and 3/4 cup milk, pour it over 1/2 cup oats in a bowl and mix together. Leave in fridge overnight. In the morning add strawberries/ raspberries and desiccated coconut!
Heribert E.
Try oatmeal with honey or fruits like banana, apple etc or just fruits. Cereal with milk and honey. Cottage cheese and sour cream with honey. Anything you would eat with sugar replace with honey. Or just eat things that are naturally sweet like fruits.
Zo F.
Yoghurt and fruit. I have found that the easiest way to keep breakfast sweet and healthy is to fill it with fruits. Start buy getting some plain greek yoghurt (or vanilla flavoured if plain is too bland for you) and toss in your favourite fruits to make a nice fruit bowl. The yoghurt will supply protein and the fibre from the fruit will keep you full. I also encourage you to get a variety of fruits you like and change up the bowl every morning. Also feel free to add granola or peanut butter to the bowl if you really crave more variety. But I find that fruits and yoghurt are just easy enough for me to stick to while leaving enough variety to not let me get bored.
Irina J.
Fruits are a great way to eat something sweet but healthy! I like to eat strawberries with my bagels or bananas with my oatmeal. I also have frozen blueberries that I've been thinking of adding, too.
Liz I.
One of my favorite sweet and healthy breakfast are chaffles with berries and sausage. I love the sweet and salty combination.
Caleb E.
I usually skip breakfast so I'm not really sure what would be a healthy one. But I can recommend you use Stevia sweetener, it's completely natural and doesn't have calories, it tastes really good too, I always use it 🙂
Laurel T.
I like to add a piece of fruit to breakfast and I count it as both the sweet part and the healthy part. I usually have an apple, but I also really love grapefruit or grapes. I like bananas and cheerios. If I don't feel like eating the whole fruit, I save it for later. I'd love to try some dried fruit someday.
Sam S.
Green smoothies! I make a smoothie every other morning, big enough to last 2 days, split it in half and store the other in the fridge. That way I dont have to take out the blender every morning. You could go even bigger and make it big enough for 3-4 days! I make up new recipes all the time, but right now I’ve been making Cherry Vanilla- 1. Add 2 handfuls of spinach & some water to blender and blend (this is the base of every smoothie I make) 2. Add protein of choice (if not vanilla flavored add a little vanilla extract) 3. Add 1 banana and 1/2 cup of frozen cherries (or more if you want more sweetness!) 4. Blend up!
Rasmus Z.
It can be any type of food that is easy upon ingestion such as low fat, lactose free or gluten free foods that give you nutrition, but also don't make you need to burp a lot 🙂
Luisa X.
Cream cheese or peanut butter bagels with a side of fruit and some juice, yogurt with some granola and fruit, a smoothie that you’ve prepared last night
Dasani F.
Actually I don't know . Because Some healthy foods are not sweet to eat and also many sweet foods are not healthy for us. Every day I have healthy breakfast and definitely i know that is not sweet 😂 but i have it for better life.
Ta Chara Q.
I always go for a smoothie with banana, strawberry and blueberries. I’ll add a little spinach in there too with almond milk.
Lonnie O.
I eat different flavored oatmeal and sometimes have a banana with it. Fruit has natural sugar in it. When I want something sweet I tend to grab those as I don’t keep surgery snacks in the house. I’ll also drink something sweet like flavored coffee or crystal light.
Venness O.
Overnight oats! Get a no calorie sweetener like stevia or Splenda and you won't even feel bad about it 🙂 add some nut butter, bananas or cinnamon + apples to get in your fruits. Look up healthy pancakes as well, and get a sugar free syrup to go with it.
Charlotte E.
A bowl of fruit and yogurt. I just use berries…no cutting. Also oatmeal and apples is nice. I'm not a fan of smoothies but they work for lots of people. Just be sure to add some protein and fiber because the blender obliterates the fiber in the fruit making it basically sugar water 😂
Lola Z.
Try and make a smoothie bowl just look up some recipes online but if you want something more sweet try some strawberries or just fruit with a bit of sugar on top