100-Calorie Breakfasts You Can Make in 3 MinutesBrooke McLay
Let’s face it. We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but some days there’s just not enough time to make a hearty, healthy meal. On hectic mornings, it’s easy to pass over breakfast, then find yourself absurdly hungry before lunch, forcing you to the vending machine or fridge for a filling snack, which often isn’t the sort if snack that is good for you. When life starts looking wild, there’s no reason to skip out on a healthy, filling breakfast! Here are 8 100-calorie breakfast ideas that you can toss together in 3 minutes.
Strawberries and Cream 1 of 9
Slice 3 strawberries into a 6 ounces container of vanilla-flavored Dannon Light and Fit for a quick, delicious meal that contains just 90 calories and 5 grams of protein.
Photo from Light n' Fit.
Blueberry-Banana Toast 2 of 9
Spread a half-slice of reduced-calorie bread with a teaspoon of almond butter, then pile it high with blueberries and banana slices.
Photo from Zesty Cook.
Hard-Boiled Egg & an Apple 3 of 9
Looking for a quick breakfast with protein and fiber? Make some hard boiled eggs for the week (make sure you refrigerate them within two hours of cooking, keep them in their shells, and finish them off within seven days) and simply grab one on the go, along with half a medium-sized apple, for a filling meal!
Photos from The Daily Green.
Pineapple Parfait 4 of 9
Grab 1/4 cup of fresh pineapple and toss it over 1/2 cup of nonfat cottage cheese for a 100-calorie breakfast that contains about 15 grams of protein.
Photo from OC Fit Coach.
Strawberry Smoothie 5 of 9
Try making this 100-Calorie Strawberry Smoothie for breakfast. Just a minute in the blender and breakfast is served!
Click for the recipe from Cooking with Jax.
Quaker Chewy Granola Bar 6 of 9
Need breakfast fast? Grab a Quaker Oats Chewy Granola bar!
Photo from Quaker Oats.
Egg White Muffin 7 of 9
Crack two egg whites into a microwave-safe bowl. Season with salt and pepper, then zap for 50-80 seconds, until cooked completey. Serve atop a Thomas reduced-fat English muffin half or 1/2 a bagel thin with a slice of tomato.
Photo from Slate Hope.
Vanilla Soy Latte 8 of 9
If you prefer coffee in place of breakfast, here's a delicious 100-calorie Vanilla Soy Latte recipe from 3fatchicks.com. Place a cup of soy milk in a pot with a tablespoon of water. Heat until steaming. Add 1 tablespoon of instant coffee, 1 tablespoon of vanilla extract, 1 tablespoon of coffee mate and 1 to 2 packets of sugar substitute. Whisk until well-mixed. Toss in a mug and enjoy! (photo: sxc.hu)
100-Calorie Snacks 9 of 9
Now that you've got 8 fabulous 100-calorie breakfasts, add to your repertoire with these incredible 100-calorie snacks!
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