Start the Day Right! 12 Breakfasts Under 300 Calories

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A healthy meal in the morning is the most important for your overall health and gives you energy, satisfies your appetite, and sets the stage for smart decisions all day long.

When you have the possibility to choose what to eat, aim for a breakfast that combines good carbs and fiber with some protein, but also take care about the calories that it provides for you.  Luckily, there are plenty of such options, which provide you with these requirements, and are low in calories (under 300) that the experts recommend getting.

Look at these 12 light recipes: 

  1. Egg White Frittata

Here are used classic Mediterranean ingredients like peppers, spinach and onion that bring texture, nutrition and flavor to this low-calorie frittata. In addition, egg whites and feta provide over 20 grams of protein.

It’s recommended on a weekday morning but is elegant enough to be served to friends at a special weekend brunch.

Total calories: 300

Get recipe HERE

  1. Baked Eggs in Ham Cups

When you need to grab a quick bite you can make eggs at home most mornings and combine them with some ham.

Total calories (for two ham cups): 218

Get the recipe HERE

  1. Italian Baked Egg and Vegetables

This baked egg dish is prepared by roasting vegetables in the evening, simply roasting a big batch of vegetables in advance the night before, so you can eat it next morning or easily add them to this dish all week long.

Total calories: 149

Get the recipe HERE 

  1. Low-Carb Hotcakes

You can still enjoy a stack of hotcakes, even if you’re sensible of calories. These are wheat-free pancakes, combined with the flaxseed and almond meal that increase protein and fiber intake.

Total calories (per serving): 152

Get the recipe HERE

  1. Coconut Chia Pudding

A perfect combination for Paleo-friendly pudding is chia seeds and coconut milk, which work great for breakfast. This pudding is high in anti-inflammatory omega-3s. It can be prepared ahead that will save you time, help you debloat and fill you up on fiber.

Total calories: 206

Get the recipe HERE 

  1. Starbucks Spinach Feta Wrap

For you who cannot give up your Starbucks spinach-feta wrap easy, here is a solution. You can prepare this homemade breakfast wrap that is free of preservatives and lower in calories and carbs.

Total calories: 252

Get the recipe HERE 

  1. Sweet Spinach Smoothie

Consuming just one 16-ounce serving of Harley Pasternak’s sweet spinach smoothie, you’ll get recommended amount of vitamin A and bone-building vitamin K.

Total calories: 296

Get the recipe HERE

  1. Apple Ring Oatmeal Pancakes

If you want to be creative for making pancakes, whip up these delicious apple ring pancakes. It is easy to prepare – just slice fresh apples and dip them in oatmeal pancake batter. Total calories (for five rings): 285

Get the recipe HERE 

  1. French Toast With Ricotta

It is made of whole-grain French toast with ricotta cheese and offers more than 20 grams of protein.

Total calories: 252

Get the recipe HERE

  1. Berry Refreshing Smoothie Bowl

This is a perfect smoothie of berries that is rich in vitamin C and low in calories. It will fill you up and get you going in the morning.

Total calories: 265

Get the recipe HERE 

  1. Oatmeal Breakfast Bites

If you love baked goods like scones and quick bread, which tend to be high in sugar and fat, so you want to avoid these side effects, then prepare a batch of these lower-calorie oatmeal breakfast.

Total calories (for four bites): 296

Get the recipe HERE

  1. Quinoa Egg Bake

This is a gluten-free breakfast, usually prepared for the weekends. It provides you with plenty of protein and fiber and you’ll up your iron and calcium intake too.

Total calories: 250

Get the recipe HERE

Source: www.popsugar.com

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