We at foodviki found out that we can eat healthily, and it’s all quite simple and affordable. Here’s our newfound knowledge for you!
- Avocado fried eggs
This delicious breakfast, rich in protein and vegetable fats, will really please your heart.
Preheat an oven to 200°C (392°F). Cut an avocado in halves, then remove the pit and 2 tablespoons of pulp from each half. Pour an egg into each half, add tomatoes, salt and pepper to taste, and decorate with greens. Bake for 20-22 minutes.
- Fruit and toast with almond butter and salami
Many people believe this combination is too strange. But it’s tasty, satisfying, and altogether nutritious.
- Eggs, avocado toast, and bilberries
Multigrain toast, mashed avocado, and an egg fried on a low heat. Season it all with fresh greens and red pepper. Bilberries and greens are excellent antioxidants, and red pepper stimulates the circulatory system.
- Bilberry and ginger smoothie
This breakfast perfectly balances proteins, fats, and carbohydrates. Bilberries and ginger bring a wealth of vitamins for your eyesight and immune system!
- Fruit, veggies, and nutritious toast
Toast with almond butter, mashed avocado, and sunflower and sesame seeds. It would be nice to add a green smoothie to this breakfast. Fruit and vegetables are must-have components.
- Scrambled eggs with arugula
Scrambled eggs with greens are an excellent source of protein and vitamins.
- Avocado smoothie
A great breakfast for those whose morning starts actively. A universal recipe: 1/2 avocado, 1/2 cup of Greek yogurt, 1/2 cup milk, 1 banana, a pinch of vanilla, and a small handful of spinach. The taste will really surprise you.
- Healthy pancakes
This pancake recipe is simple: a tablespoon of protein powder, egg whites, 1/2 cup of mashed banana, and ground flax seeds. Goes well with green tea. Tasty, nutritious, and rich in proteins.
- Oatmeal with banana puree
Oatmeal cooked with milk will give you a sense of satiety for the whole morning. And banana puree will make it even tastier.
Oats are incredibly rich in various nutrients and vitamins. A bowl of oatmeal for breakfast will provide you with energy for the whole morning, and daily consumption of oatmeal will contribute to weight loss, lower blood sugar levels, and a reduced risk of heart disease.
- Omelet with avocado and salmon
To have a hearty and protein-rich breakfast, you can add an avocado and salmon pieces to a common omelet.
- Homemade soup
For traditional cuisine fans. A chicken broth with carrots, celery, and noodles. A great balance of protein and carbohydrates and a good start to a busy day.
- Vegetable omelet
This portion of vegetable omelet can be divided into five meals! And there’s always something to add there because we surely have veggies in the fridge.
- Avocado toast with cheese and eggs
Preheat an avocado and cheese toast in the oven. Put freshly fried eggs on top, and season with spices. Not only is it an excellent source of protein and vegetable fat, it also allows you to maintain a sense of satiety until lunch.
- Boiled eggs
American scientists came to the conclusion that if you combine a low-calorie diet with eggs for breakfast, you lose weight twice as quickly. Such a breakfast sates you for a long time, allowing you to decrease the amount of food consumed in a day.