5 Healthy Breakfast Recipes For Weight Loss

5 Healthy Breakfast Recipes For Weight Loss

5 WEIGHT LOSS BREAKFAST IDEAS

Healthy recipes for weight-loss

Here in this post and video, I’ll be sharing 5 healthy recipes that are ideal to eat for breakfast if you’re trying to lose weight!

These recipes are all made from whole unprocessed ingredients, and contain healthy fats, good carbs and good protein – and so they will help to keep you fuller for longer, with sustained energy.

Make sure you check out the video below to see how I’ve easily made them all step-by-step. I’ve also typed up all of the recipes below for you.

I hope that you love them as much as I do!

Liezl Jayne XO



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BREAKFAST #1

CHOCOLATE SMOOTHIE BOWL


THE RECIPE

-2 frozen bananas

-1/3 avocado

-1 Tablespoon almond butter

-2 teaspoons cacao powder (raw cocoa)

-1/4 cup water (or to blend)

-pinch cinnamon (optional)

-pinch vanilla extract (optional)

THE METHOD

-add the frozen banana, avocado, almond butter, cacao and water to a blender

-optionally add cinnamon and vanilla extract

-blend together until smooth

-once smooth, serve in a bowl and top with toppings (optional)

-I love to use fresh berries as a topping!

-eat with a spoon and enjoy!


(serves one – roughly 400 calories without toppings)



BREAKFAST #2

TOMATO & MUSHROOM SCRAMBLE


THE RECIPE

-2 free-ranged eggs

-1 cup button mushroom slices

-1/2 cup halved cherry tomatoes

-1/2 teaspoon Italian herb mix

-sea salt and black pepper

-1 teaspoon cooking oil (I use macadamia)

-*1 slice wholegrain gluten-free/ 100% rye toast

THE METHOD

-add the cooking oil, mushroom slices, cherry tomatoes, Italian herb mix, sea salt and black pepper to a pan

-toss in the pan over a medium heat on the stove until cooked

-whisk the eggs together in a bowl with a fork

-add the egg mix to the vegetables in the pan and start tossing with a spatula right away, and until the eggs are cooked

-once cooked, add the egg mix to a slice of toast

-fresh avocado slices and fresh arugula are delicious as additional toppings!

-eat fresh and enjoy!


(serves one – roughly 400 calories without toppings)

*Calories per slice should be roughly 100 calories (suggested)



BREAKFAST #3

FRUITY YOGURT BOWL


THE RECIPE

-*2/3 cup full cream plain yogurt (or coconut yogurt)

-1 medium banana

-14 raw almonds

-10 raw cashew nuts

-**extra optional: other fresh fruit of choice

THE METHOD

-add the yogurt to a bowl

-add the fresh banana slices, and raw nuts to the bowl

-eat with a spoon and enjoy!


(serves one – roughly 400 calories without extra optional ingredients)

*I use coconut yogurt because I am dairy-free, you can also use another dairy yogurt substitute

**extra calories for additional fruit toppings have not been included



BREAKFAST #4

BLUEBERRY PIE OATMEAL


THE RECIPE

-1/2 cup rolled oats (dry)

-1 + 1/2 cups water

-1 cup frozen blueberries

-1 teaspoon cold-pressed coconut oil

-pinch cinnamon (optional)

-pinch pure vanilla extract (optional)

-1 Tablespoon unsweetened nut butter

THE METHOD

-add the dry oats and water to a pot

-bring the oats to a boil on the stove, and then let it simmer for 10 minutes

-after 10 minutes, add the frozen blueberries to the pot

-cook for another 5 minutes, or until the blueberries are cooked

-once ready, add the coconut oil, cinnamon and pure vanilla extract

-the coconut oil will melt into the oats and add healthy fats

-serve in a bowl

-top with 1 Tablespoon unsweetened nut butter

-eat with a spoon and enjoy!


(serves one – roughly 400 calories without extra toppings)



BREAKFAST #5

APPLE WALNUT OVERNIGHT OATS


THE RECIPE

-1/2 cup rolled oats (dry)

-3/4 cup water

-2 teaspoons chia seeds

-pinch cinnamon (optional)

-8 raw walnut halves (roughly chopped)

-1 medium apple (chopped up)

THE METHOD

-add the dry oats, chia seeds, cinnamon and water to a bowl

-mix and then add the chopped walnut pieces

-mix again and then add the chopped apple

-cover and store in the fridge overnight (or for about 8 hours)

-in the morning your oats will be ready

-eat with a spoon and enjoy!


(serves one – roughly 400 calories without extra toppings)



Photos and video by Liezl Jayne Strydom – for liezljayne.com

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