Healthy Breakfast : My Top 5 Quick & Easy Breakfast Recipes


These breakfast recipes I'm about to share will answer most common “breakfast queries” below...

What makes a good healthy breakfast?

What is the best thing to eat for breakfast?

What is the healthiest fast food breakfast?

First of all, breakfast essentially means “break fast” so it really doesn’t have to mean it has to be taken in the A.M.. Yes, most people probably break fast right after they rise. But to some who practice intermittent fasting (for more detailed explanation on intermittent fasting) for example, may only break their fast at 12pm. Not to rattle on too much about the term breakfast, and that's okay. That's their breakfast! I just wanted to get that in due to many misconception about breakfast being the most important meal of the day. It is important, but breakfast doesn't necessarily mean it has to be taken before 12pm, it just means the first meal of the day! 😊

Breakfast recipes are aplenty. But, I would like to share with you today recipes that are quick and low-glycemic (think sprouted bread, rolled oats, berries, cinnamon) at the same time, making them ideal for busy people out there to manage blood sugar level, reduce possibility of cravings throughout the day, and to basically set your day up for a productive one.

“I’ve repeated many of the same ingredients, making it easy for you to switch it up and spice up your breakfast everyday!”

Here are my top 5 healthy quick breakfast recipes:

Healthy Breakfast Recipe #1: Apple Cinnamon Overnight Oats


Combination of oats, cinnamon, and almond butter in this breakfast recipe give you the fiber you need, healthy fat and protein to start your day strong, vitamins from apples and cinnamon to reduce blood sugar levels.

It takes minutes to assemble this the night before, refrigerate and you’re good to go the next morning.

Apple Cinnamon Overnight Oats Recipe

Ingredients: ¾ Cup Rolled Oats | ¾ Cup Homemade Nutmilk | 1 Tbsp Almond Cinnamon Spread | 1 Tbsp Nuts & Seeds | ½ Apple (sliced) | Sprinkle of Cinnamon


  1. Add rolled oats, nutmilk and almond cinnamon spread into a jar, mix well. Refrigerate overnight.
  2. Next morning, add sliced apples, nuts and cinnamon. Mix well, and enjoy!

Healthy Breakfast Recipe #2: A Nutty Sandwich

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Flourless sprouted bread gives you fiber, increse availability of its nutrients to your body and does not cause blood sugar spikes like how normal white bread would do. Top that with healthy fats from nut butter, nuts and seeds, vitamins from blueberries, and cinnamon to regulate blood sugar to make a perfect low GI breakfast.

If you move quick, you can get this done in under 2 minutes! I’ve done it, for reals.. 😅

Nutty Sandwich Recipe

Ingredients: 2 Slices Toasted Sprouted Bread | 1 Tbsp Peanut Butter | ½ Handful of Walnuts | 1 Handful of Berries | Sprinkle of Cinnamon


  1. Spread nut butter on both slices of toast.
  2. Add the rest of the ingredients on one piece of toast. Place the other piece over it (nut butter face down)
  3. Cut into half, and enjoy as a sandwich!

Healthy Breakfast Recipe #3: Yoghurt Bowl

A gut-loving breakfast; this non-flavoured natural yoghurt (only 2 ingredients in the yoghurt: milk and live cultures) paired with antioxidant-rich, low GI berries, nuts and seeds for healthy fat, drizzles of honey to add a touch of mild sweetness and cinnamon to regulate blood sugar.

Note: You can add a few slices of banana if you’d like to give it a little sweetness.

Takes no genius to know that this just takes popping in different things from the fridge and pantry to put this together. Yea this is definitely a quick one to put together!

Yoghurt Bowl Recipe

Ingredients: Plain Yoghurt | 2 Tablespoons of Nuts and Seeds of your Choice | 1 Tbsp of Berries | Slices of Bananas (optional) | Drizzle of Raw Honey or Nut Butter | Sprinkle of Cinnamon

Healthy Breakfast Recipe #4: Coconut Berry Smoothie

Prepare these ingredients in a ziplock bag night before, pop them in the blender in the morning, pour it in a tumbler, and you’re out the door! Sip sip sip away your vitamins, minerals, and all your nutrients.

Coconut Berry Smoothie Recipe

Ingredients: 300ml Coconut Water and Flesh of 1 Coconut | Handful of Frozen Strawberries | Handful of Chopped Zucchinis


  1. Add all ingredients into blender except for coconut flakes.
  2. Blend till you get a smooth consistency, pour into your glass/tumbler.
  3. Enjoy

Healthy Breakfast Recipe #5: The Breakfast Bowl

Now, this breakfast bowl may taste light and refreshing, but it is definitely satiating. An energy boosting breakfast, filled with protein and good fats from nuts and seeds, lots of greens and gut-loving yoghurt.

Breakfast Bowl Recipe

Ingredients: Handful of Baby Spinach | Handful of Blueberries | 1 Tbsp of Almonds and Hazelnuts | 1 Tbsp of Pumpkin Seeds | 3 Heap Tbsp of Plain Yoghurt | Drizzle of Raw Honey


  1. Add all ingredients into a bowl and enjoy!


Pantry & Grocery Checklist to Make These Breakfast Recipes

To make these recipes, I’ve made a checklist of ingredients you need. Stock your pantry and fridge with these, and you’ve got 5 amazing breakfast to alternate everyday.

Checklist for Pantry Ingredients:

Organic Rolled Oats

Sprouted Bread

Nut butter

Nuts & Seeds

Cinnamon (lowers blood sugar levels - great add on to any breakfast)


Checklist for Fresh Ingredients:

Berries (any type - low GI fruit)

Baby Spinach (or any fresh greens)

Coconut Water


If you’ve got more time to spare (about 15-20 minutes) in the morning for breakfast, here are other breakfast ideas to try out:

Flourless Pancakes with Scrambled Eggs and Smoked Salmon

Flourless Chocolate Pancakes with Coconut Flakes and Peanut Butter

Mayo-free Egg Sandwich

Spicy Grilled Chicken and Spinach Open Face Sandwich

I hope these breakfast recipes and ideas will inspire you to DIY. It's better for your body and your health. Plus, it is really not a hassle especially when all you need is 10 minutes tops for each those recipes. Be sure to tag us and let me know if you've tried any of these recipes out. 

Lots of love, 


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