Top 5 Healthy Breakfast Recipes To Boost Your Energy Levels
Bored of regular breakfast that carries lot many calories with the routine taste? So star your day with some kick-off breakfasts, which are tasty and healthy at the same time. Switching onto these healthy recipes, like burritos, dhoklas, sandwiches, and a healthy porridge will help you to boost your energy levels. We might not have enough time to make a perfect breakfast in the morning, but these recipes will save your time and also promote a well balanced diet.
Recipes like sandwiches and dhoklas are easy to make and have rich nutritional values. So, here are some tempting breakfast recipes that help your stomach to stay satisfied till lunch time.
Burritos is a special type of Mexican food that best suits for people who love fat less breakfast. Try this low fat breakfast recipe and this dish adds a total of 282.3 caloric value to your regular diet.
Egg whites- 2
Whole Wheat Tortillas- 2
Fat Free Cheese- ¼ cup
Canned Beans- ¼ cup rinsed
Vegetable Cooking Spray
Salsa- to taste
Spray the vegetable cooking spray into a frying pan.
Now, scramble the egg whites in the pan and cook to the required degree.
Place the cooked eggs on tortillas and sprinkle the cheese onto eggs.
Place the beans over the cheese and eggs.
Roll each tortilla (the cheese, eggs, beans must be wrapped with the tortilla).
Microwave for 30 seconds and top it with salsa.
Dhokla Satay Sticks
Dhokla (a fermented batter of gram flour) is one of the popular breakfast items in Western India. It is easy to make and can be served instantly without putting much effort.
12 Dhokla- cut onto 2 pieces
Canned Pineapple pieces- 12(2 pieces)
Cucumber slices- 12
Parboiled Carrot Slices- 12
Olive oil- 2tbsp
Asafoetida- ½ tsp
Cumin seeds- 2 tsp
Dried Fenugreek leaves- 1 tsp
Freshly ground Black Pepper Powder- 1 tsp
Salt- to taste
Spring Onions- for garnishing
Heat the oil in a pan and add cumin seeds to it.
When the seeds begin to crackle add asafoetida and sauté for 10 seconds.
Pout this tempering to the dhokla pieces and toss it well. Keep it aside for some time.
Heat the remaining oil and add carrot and cucumber pieces and sauté it well for about 2 minutes.
Mix well the ingredients by adding fenu greek leaves and the desired salt. Sauté for ½ a minute and keep aside.
Now, add pepper and a pinch of salt to pine apple pieces, mix well and keep aside.
Take some satay sticks and pierce one dhokla piece, pineapple, cucumber and carrot in a sequence.
Repeat the same until the end of the stick is reached leaving a little portion.
Granish the recipe with spring onions and serve it.
Manoja. K is a Post Graduate in Organic Chemistry and has a BSc degree in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics (Osmania university). She has over 8 years of experience in diet planning, nutrition, and fitness. Her expertise lies in health-related issues such as weight management, PCOD, thyroid, obesity, and stress. She is the chief adviser and full-time contributor at Fit Indian and has the final say on all the segments under the Fit Indian paradigm.
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