Eggs are always a perfect breakfast and so versatile. Sometimes, when I just don't want eggs, I mix it up. Like adding freshly chopped cilantro and a couple dabs of my favorite hot sauce, or scrambling with unsweetened vanilla almond milk and a pinch of salt and pepper. You can hardboil them and stick them in a quick salad with some raspberries, or over-easy on a slice of whole wheat toast. If I really want to indulge, I will make a small omelette with fresh spinach, bell peppers, chives, and cilantro. The healthy possibilities are endless!
I actually don't care about the calories as long as they're not sugar based like cocopops… I think I would prefer things like fruit eggs and avocado
For a low calorie breakfast u should always say yes to fruits…boiled veggies…some eggs can also be included…oats can work as well…u can have brown bread with some butter or cheese…avoid eating oily food or junk foods…they are not a great start for a good active day😊😊😊
Light and fit Greek yogurt with Raspberries and Blackberries. Yogurt is 80 calories and delicious, and you can choose from what ever type of fruit you want to go with it!
Any fruit. I'd recommend a fruit bowl for variety or to add something. Try sprinkling cinnamon and sugar over apple slices, maybe microwaving or baking them if you want. Frozen blueberries in a bowl with milk and a little bit of sugar and creamer is good as well. Just make sure you're getting enough calories and nutrients to properly nourish yourself!
One of my favorites is an English muffin toasted with some peanut butter and honey (just watch the amount of pb!). Another go-to is low fat yogurt with honey, granola, and some fruit
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