There is no disagreeing to the fact that breakfast is the most crucial meal of the day. It is believed that a good breakfast can make or break your day. It gives your body all the energy it needs to go about the day, carrying out various tasks.
Because of our busy schedules, we often forget to pay attention to our breakfast and grab whatever that comes handy to quickly satiate our hunger. However, we need to realize that breakfast is not just about stuffing food in the body but eating carefully to give our body all the essential nutrients.
So, if you skip breakfast, you should not compensate for it by gobbling on oily noodles or buttery parathas. Moreover, if you are confused about what to make, here are 5 quick and healthy breakfast ideas that will give you instant energy to start your day!
Dosa is one breakfast item which is very delicious and relatively light, adding low calories in your body. Not only this, but it is also a very healthy choice to overcome obesity due to the less presence of saturated fat. Doing this is a positive thing as high saturated fat increases the risk of heart diseases. Fortunately, pre-mixed dosa batters are available easily in the market, and this makes dosa a very quick and convenient breakfast option for people who are always in a hurry. You can also buy kitchen appliances like KENT Chilla & Dosa Maker to prepare healthy and hygienic dosa in just a few minutes.
- Sabudana khichdi
Sabudana khichdi is one food item which isn’t just healthy but also tastes great. Sabudana (sago) is rich in starch and carbohydrates that supplies a boost of energy. It is easily digestible because of its low-fat content, and it is the ideal option to jumpstart your day.
Daliya is one of the most common breakfast choices in our country. Daliya or unrefined wheat is filled with fibres and many complex carbohydrates. The best part about daliya is that it can be prepared with almost no effort. Adding nuts and veggies to your daliya can make it taste more delicious than it already is.
Poha is rice flattened into very light and dry flakes. Poha is a great breakfast idea as it takes very little time to cook, tastes delicious and is also a filling meal. Make your poha more nutritious by adding in some veggies, peas, and nuts. Poha with potatoes, onions and seasoning like lemon, chillies, and curry leaves make up an easy and tasty meal, especially when you don’t feel like cooking.
Another gem of South Indian cuisine, Idlis are full of minerals, vitamins, and carbohydrates. The best part about idlis is that they are prepared with no masala or oil, which makes them a very healthy breakfast option. You can also try eating your idli with peanut butter, honey or Nutella if you don’t have much time to make the chutney.
Apart from these healthy quick bites, you can also prefer drinking a glass of freshly homemade juice along with your breakfast every day to boost your health. While making a choice about the juice, try choosing a cold press juicer by brands like KENT as it uses the low-speed squeezing technique. This technique holds not only the original and natural taste but also the nutrients which make the juice tastier and healthier. So, stop skipping your breakfast and have these yummy dishes from today onwards!
Disclaimer – This is a contributed post from Varsha Chana and all contents are her’s.