What’s your best healthy breakfast recipe?

Noham Y.
Nothing to me beats a nice egg breakfast with vegetables on the side like sauteed spinach and tomato. Throw an avocado and some bacon or turkey sausage and I'm fueled for the day!
Jessica O.
Scrambled egg white and 1 whole egg, with spinach, a pinch of salt, pepper, dill seasoning and salsa on top.
Dry whole wheat toast.
1/2 cup strawberries
Coffee and a water w/lemon
Pratyasha F.
Muesli with peanut butter, soy milk and a few slices of seasonal fruit. I am a vegan so I prefer plant-based butters and milk, but you can choose to have it with regular milk, as well. Seasonal fruit would be orange segments in winter, mango or watermelon slices in summer. You can add dried fruits if that's your jam. Adding fruits gives that natural sweetness, reducing the need to consume sugar first thing in the morning.
Nadia N.
Omelet with 2 eggs whites 1 whole egg, green peppers, onions seasoning to taste, cheese. Along with turkey bacon, and water.
Laura C.
I prefer egg as a best healthy breakfast. I have an egg with a tomato and a cucumber. I gives energy for the rest of the day.
Henry Q.
A smoothie with 100g of spelt flakes, a banana, 70g of frozen strawberries, a theespoon of coconut oil and 500ml of milk.
Sophie T.
I love to have pancakes as they give me fuel for the day, I top them with fruits and cream and honey to indulge in my sweet side, whilst also getting in my fruits for the day!
Will Z.
If you're not doing intermittent fasting I advise a breakfast with enough protein. Animal based can be heavy, eggs are always easy though. Don't forget plant based proteins as well.
Melanie O.
Healthy for me is a slice of seeded sourdough toast with garlic and herb full fat cheese, topped with fried mushrooms, tomatoes and spinach with an egg on top. Lekker!
Niko O.
My favorite healthy breakfast is an everything bagel with cream cheese, salmon, avocado, tomato, and sometimes an over-medium egg.
Jerry E.
I think the best healthy breakfast includes a lot of protein and fuel for the day. Two eggs with half a grapefruit and a piece of whole wheat toast.
Katniss R.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
Here's what I usually take for breakfast. I mix match few things sometimes but I'm always conscious of a balanced plate.
Eggs – boiled or omelette
Fruits – mostly apple or banana
Cereal – without sugar, hot milk
Sometimes, pancakes and honey instead of cereal.
A cup of coffee to finish the meal.

Please note: As much as I love coffee, I never take it in an empty stomach. If you like having coffee the first thing in the morning, have at least two glasses of water before having caffeine.

Marilice Q.
A bowl of 50g unsweetened porridge, 120g of unsweetened soy milk or any other milk for that matter. Mix them well and let them rest for 5-10 minutes until the oat inside the porridge expands. Meanwhile prepare a handful of berries (any type will do) and a handful of mixed nuts. If you want to add sweetness to your bowl cut one or two dates and sprinkle them above your bowl. alternatively you can use a banana for added sweetness.
Jette I.
I like to eat some mixed Nuts for breakfast, or oatmeal with raisins. Just light enough for early mornings, but also with the needed energy to start the day.
Selma N.
Normally I grab a cheese stick and some type of fruit. If I know I will have time to sit down either before I leave or at work I’ll make oatmeal or prep overnight oats.
Taylor N.
My favourite healthy breakfast recipe is avocado toast with fresh tomato, salt and pepper. It’s quick, easy and delicious.
Jodi Q.
My husband and I discovered that we should boil about a dozen hard-boiled eggs and keep them in the refrigerator to eat with yogurt, cereal, nuts, and/or frozen fruit with a supergreens smoothie.

On the other hand, my most favorite but decadent and a little bit time-consuming breakfast is salmon cakes fried in olive oil. I use canned salmon, add an egg and some oatmeal, garlic powder, and chopped onion. Mix it all together and form into patties and fry them until golden then turn them over and fry some more. Keep them in the refrigerator to have for a warm or cold breakfast! They give you tons of energy for starting the day.

Bradley F.
1 cup of oatmeal
1 tablespoon of coconut sugar
1 tablespoon of chocolate sprinkles
1/2 a cup of almond milk

Mix all together and heat up for a 1 min and 30 secs. Enjoy

Jessie A.
Oatmeal, plain and simple. I make a large batch (5cups water, 2 cups oats) so I have breakfast prepped for four days. Top with fruit, greek yogurt, and flax seeds!
Peter N.
I personally love a 3-4 egg omlet, because it has a good portion of protein, and keeps me full for hours. You can also add some cinnamon sugar toast to it if you want.
Sheila C.
Currently, there are two I am in love with. 1. Cream cheese pancakes (sounds like they should be bad, but actually come out under 400kcal and is super heavy on the protein so keeps you full for longer) and 2. Quinoa spiced porridge with blueberry maralade – no added sugar just the fruits! I use an amazing website called hurrythefoodup – it is a vegan / vegetarian foodie website that so easy to use with excellent, constantly updated recipies. Highly recommended
Dean J.
Cut up some strawberries and put them in a bowl with some blueberries. Top with slivered almonds, hemp seeds, and almond butter. Pour a little oat milk over it all
Alessandro Z.
I usually prefer a protein-rich breakfast to have enough energy to do things during the day, and my favorite breakfast is salmon with spinach salad.
Eloane Z.
I love a protein shake with cashew butter, some macadamia nuts, and ice. I like mine thick and chunky so I put in a little less water than I otherwise might.
Araci I.
When I want to eat a healthy breakfast I usually go for eggs. They are delicious and can be eaten in so many different ways; fried, boiled, scrambled, Sunnyside up. Sometimes I will get low-carb wraps and make a breakfast burrito.
Te Filo C.
Heavy protein to start my day and keep me full until lunch. 3 eggs for me. Fruit for the benefits and sweetness. And some other whole wheat carb
Ondina C.
Smoothie with mixed greens, apples, strawberries, and flax seeds (and protein powder if needed), and savory oatmeal with an egg 🤭
Ma Lys U.
I created something for myself I had to love or else I would never look forward to eating it! Lol. So adjust or change things you don’t like to make it your own. Everyday I eat the same thing- a toasted piece of gluten free cinnamon raisin bread with a thin slice of melted cheddar cheese on top. Next, I add thinly sliced Roma tomatoes, avocado, and spinach (all organic) on top of the melted/ toasted cheese bread. Then, I cook 2 eggs medium hard in a tiny egg pan that makes them circular and fits perfectly on the bread. Add salt, pepper, and lemon juice to eggs toward the end of them being cooked how you want- it adds just a little something extra. I look forward to eating this everyday and it makes me feel great. Adjust like I said to how you want (different veggies, cheese, how you cook the eggs, etc.) and ENJOY!
Somo U.
Hey fabulous mate! Well currently I'm not cooking for breakfast. I'm having oatmeal and fruits. Precisely.. Bokomo eet Bix and bananas and some apples. With this combination.. I am well covered for breakfast. Thank You!! xoxo♡
Karsten J.
My usual breakfast consists of two slices of toast with either jam or peanut butter and a cup of earl grey tea. If I feel like cereal, I’ll have a bowl of crunchy oat clusters with either baked apple and cinnamon, or cranberry, apple and roasted nut. When I am in the mood for a smoothie I’ll simply blend a banana with milk and ice, and I’m in the mood to cook I’ll usually make scrambled eggs on toast with bacon.
Lance F.
Right now it's a handful of almonds because I'm processing a lot of trauma and I don't have a lot of brain space for breakfast but in the past I've really liked the breakfast smoothie recipe that this app provides