300 Calories or Less Easy Breakfast Ideas

You want to be that wake-up-feeling-happy-refreshed-and-energized-every-morning person. You want to be that gets-up-early-to-fit-in-a-workout-shower-grooming-breakfast-and-quiet-coffee-ritual person. You want to be that breakfast-is-the-most-important-meal-of-my-day person. You want to be that leaves-my-home-every-morning-in-a-state-of-serene-smiling-calm-and-ready-to-start-my-day person.

Sometimes, maybe you are that person. Other times…strictly speaking hypothetically here…perhaps you’re not. And on those “alleged” mornings, it’s vital that you don’t fall back on those quick grab-n-go convenience breakfasts full of sugar and fat that send your energy levels crashing, your mood nose-diving and your appetite raging just a few mid-morning hours later – a.k.a. all the breakfast foods that trigger a day of overeating and weight gain.

Time to rethink those “healthy” breakfast foods that are actually keeping you fat. For mornings that are rushed and hectic, having a few quick and easy healthy breakfasts already planned and prepped can make a huge difference on your entire day, your waist-line and you’re a.m. stress levels. And taking 5 minutes before you go to bed to pre-chop or soak foods you’ll be using the next day for breakfast will help mornings go even more smoothly.

These breakfast ideas are a great and delicious place to start.

Mixed Berry Parfait

1 cup plain non-fat Greek Yogurt

½ cup strawberries

½ cup wild blueberries

2 Tbsp granola

1 Tbsp chia seeds

1 tsp raw honey or 100% pure maple syrup

1 sprig fresh mint (optional)

In a tall glass, scoop in ¼ cup of Greek yogurt. Over top, drizzle with ¼ tsp honey, and then layer in ¼ cup strawberries. Top this with another ¼ cup of yogurt, drizzle with an additional ¼ tsp honey and layer in ¼ cup blueberries. Repeat these two steps. Over top, sprinkle on the granola and flax seeds. Garnish with fresh mint.

Nutrition Facts: 278 calories/0g saturated fat/3g unsaturated fat/82g carbs/21g dietary fiber/50g sugar/25g protein

Courtesy of www.myfitnesspal.com


Open-faced Egg, Tomato, Spinach & Avocado Toast

2 eggs

1 handful baby spinach

2 tomato slices

2 Tbsp alfalfa sprouts

¼ ripe avocado

1 slice sourdough rye bread

Pinch sea salt and cracked black pepper

While the bread is toasting, fry two eggs sunny-side up or over-easy in a skillet. Place the toasted bread on a plate and spread on the avocado with a butter knife (if it’s not yet ripe enough for easy spreading, simply cut the avocado into thin slices and place these on top of the bread). Top this with spinach, alfalfa sprouts and tomato slices. When the eggs are finished frying, layer them on top of your sandwich. Sprinkle over with a pinch of salt and pepper.

Nutrition Facts: 307 calories/4g saturated fat/10g unsaturated fat/23g carbs/5g dietary fiber/1g sugar/18g protein

Courtesy of www.myfitnesspal.com


Overnight Banana Bread Oats

1 cup steel-cut oats (do not use instant oats, rolled oats or quick oats)

1 banana, sliced or mashed

2 cup water

1 cups unsweetened almond milk

1 ½ tsp cinnamon

¼ tsp salt

1 scoop SLIMQUICK Pure Protein French Vanilla

1 tsp raw honey

2 Tbsp raw walnuts


Before bed, place the steel-cut oats, protein powder, banana, water, milk, cinnamon and salt into a slow-cooker. Cook on low for 8 hours or overnight. In the morning, scoop out the oatmeal into a bowl, drizzle over with raw honey and top with walnuts.

Nutrition Facts: 322 calories/1g saturated fat/7g unsaturated fat/49g carbs/9g dietary fiber/20g sugar/16g protein

Courtesy of www.myfitnesspal.com


Slow-Carb Power Breakfast Smoothie

½ cup filtered watersmoothie

½ cup almond milk

1 handful dark leafy greens (like spinach, kale, dandelion greens, etc.), washed and torn

¼ cup organic frozen wild blueberries

¼ cup organic frozen cranberries

1 Tbsp raw almond butter

1 Tbsp pumpkin seeds

1 scoop SLIMQUICK Pure Protein Double Chocolate


Place all liquids into the blender first, and then place in the greens and pumpkin seeds. Begin blending. Add in the almond butter, protein powder and berries. Blend until creamy and smooth.

Nutrition Facts: 315 calories/1g saturated fat/12g unsaturated fat/34g carbs/16g dietary fiber/16g sugar/17g protein

Courtesy of www.myfitnesspal.com



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