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Super Simple Breakfast

Updated on September 12, 2011

A Smart Start To Beakfast

If you are pressed for time, try a piece of fruit and yogurt, a whole-grain cheese sandwich, and apple with orange juice, or prepare a smoothie of fresh fruit and yogurt the night before. No matter how busy your life is, you owe yourself the time to have a regular, healthy breakfast. Here are some nutritious and delicious suggestions.

Breakfast Trail Mix

Super Simple Breakfast.

1. Create a breakfast trail mix with your choice of whole grain cereal; dried fruit such as applies, apricots, banana chips, cherries, cranberries and/or raisins; and toasted almonds, pecans and/or walnuts.

2. Make a breakfast burrito by filling a whole wheat tortilla with egg whites or egg substitute scambled with green onions, shredded reduced fat cheese, salsa, and non-fat plain yogurt.

3. Try maple-glazed oranges and grapefruits. Heat 1/4 cup apples juice, 2 tablespoons maple syrup and 2 tablespoons water over medium heat until reduced by half. Drizzle over sliced oranges and grapefruits, and sprinkle with chopped fresh mint.

4. Top half of multigrain bagel or English muffin with low fat ricotta cheese and slice of tomato, sprinkle with pepper. and broil until lightly browned.

5. Make a smoothie with non-fat yogurt, soy milk, fresh fruit, honey or agave nectar, soynut or almond butter, and a scoop or protein powder.


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      Handicapped Chef 4 years ago from Radcliff Ky

      Wabash annie this is what I call a anytime snack that is healthy and good please try and enjoy.

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      wabash annie 4 years ago from Colorado Front Range

      Looks simple to prepare and very yummy too. Thanks for sharing a healthy version of breakfast. This could be a light lunch or supper also.

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      Handicapped Chef 6 years ago from Radcliff Ky

      Thank you Cebutouristspot I am trying to eat more healthier so this is what I am doing for breakfast these days.

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      cebutouristspot 6 years ago from Cebu

      Those look very good. I will surely exchange that to the oatmeal I am having now :) Thanks for sharing.

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      thehandicappedchef 6 years ago

      Thanks thranax i hope you get a chance to try a few they are very good

      @nd chefsref the smoothie is what i do for my son a few days a week and he loves them.

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      Lee Raynor 6 years ago from Citra Florida

      Hey Handi

      Good hub. Being a diabetic makes breakfast a problem meal for me. I've researched it and everyone in the world seems to start with a high carbohydrate meal. I never thought of your smoothie idea, I'll give it a whirl. ;>)

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      Andrew 6 years ago from Rep Boston MA

      Those sound yummy if I was awake in time for breakfast.