What are your favorite healthy whole grain and low sugar fruit options for breakfast?

Kenesha J.
Oatmeal(not instant) and banana. Oatmeal has less added sugars great with fiber and keeping full. Banana low in sugar and gives a little protein.

Liz C.
I'm loving the keto lifestyle so I don't eat whole grains or have fruit. I do eat lots of nuts and seeds and have berries.

Kira U.
I’m much more fond of eggs and veggies in the morning than grains and fruit – but a whole or sprouted grain muffin with seeds and fruit baked in is yummy! Or some blueberries and yogurt and oats or granola on top is a treat for me. My mom likes to make buckwheat pancakes and top them with frozen berries like raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries, and some Greek yogurt to make it creamy. Perfect!

Frukh V.
I just eat Paratha and egg. Or sometimes I eat slice of bread with egg and tea is always necessary for me in the morning.

Benjamin O.
My home made Granola, made with oats, dried fruit and nuts with Tahini and mango, banana, strawberries, blueberries, kiwifruit, peaches, fresh cherries or apples. Not all of this together of course but I love most fruit especially summer fruit like stone fruit and mangos.

Lauren S.
Right now usually about 70 minutes a week, sometimes around 80-85 minutes! I have been cleaning the dishes in Evening for day, after I have started supper! In my day I straighten as I go, to keep things looking refreshed! Sometimes I just rearrange things to have a more refreshing appearance in my space!

Nairi Z.
1. A pear/banana/apple and a hard-boiled egg. 2. "Overnight 'oats'" Three tbsp of chia seeds, 1 scoop protein powder, 1 cup almond or cashew milk as a base, add either 2/3 cup blueberries, or other fruit, or half a banana and a tbsp of peanut butter. Leave in fridge overnight in a large container or small jar. 3. Savory oats: 2/3 cup quick oats, garlic powder and pepper flakes to taste, 2 tbsp real bacon bits, 1 egg (hard-boiled or however), plus whatever veggies you like. I add tomato, avocado, red pepper and red onion.

Lara G.
It would probably have to be midfields granola. (I'm not sure if it's a local company/product) but granola eather way is great

Marisol Z.
I love oats. I add raisins and a bit of nuts, a lot of cinnamon, milk and voilà! The perfect breakfast. I eat that 3 or 4 times a week.

S T.
I don't eat grain products as they cause me to feel gassy and bloated. Working as a cake decorator that can be tough; fresh baked bread, cheese bread, scones, pastries coming out of the ovens early every morning. The smell of them and the warmth of them… So I just don't. Once started, it's hard for me to stop.
As for fruit, I don't limit it though I do mind tropical fruits because of their high sugars. Berries are of course a great option but not always available or at a decent cost. Apples have been my go-to and fruit favourite since I was a child. My favourite breakfast is a good apple like a 'Pink Lady' with peanut butter. It combines natural sweetness with crunch and creamy nuttiness.

Pasquale Q.
Not sure it's whole grain or low sugar. But I always make raspberry crumble with frozen raspberries, oatmeal, honey and cinnamon.

Rebecca S.
I enjoy having chicken sausage diced up and mixed into scrambled eggs and sometimes have a whole grain English muffin with fruit jam.