A Week’s Worth of Healthy Breakfasts Under 200 Calories

Let’s face it – it’s HARD to keep track of your calories, to figure out meal plans and find something healthy and tasty during the time of day you’re most hungry, breakfast-time. But no worries my friends! Here are 7 super delicious HEALTHY breakfast options you can eat that will fill you and give you energy, and what’s best is they’re all under 200 calories! It’s a fact that those who skip breakfast are more likely to gain weight and be overweight than those who don’t eat breakfast, so why not munch on something low in calories, and healthy? That’s a meal under 200 calories for each day of the week. These meal ideas are perfect for those who are trying to lose weight fast or simply eat less calories without having to stress over what to eat!



2 rice cakes and one navel orange – Quaker whole grain rice cakes come in many flavors, and are only 50 calories each. My 2 favorites are apple cinnamon and double chocolate, and an orange is only 45 calories. That’s 145 calories total. I ate a rice cake for a snack a week ago and it surprised me how fast it filled me up! For breakfast this morning I ate 2 of them, with a sliced navel orange, and it was delicious, filling, and gave me lots of energy to start my day!



2 eggs and half a grapefruit – Eggs are around  75 calories each, if you eat them whole. If you choose to hard boil your eggs, or cook them in olive oil with pepper and sea salt, it may be 10-20 calories more. I like to hard boil my eggs and eat the whole thing. A half of a grapefruit is about 50 calories, so this meal option will be around 200 calories even. If you choose to eat just the eggwhite, they are 17 calories each, which means you can eat 3-4 egg whites and still be WAY under your calories for that day.



Strawberry protein oatmeal – There are 150 calories in a 1/2 cup dry serving of Quaker Old Fashioned Oats. 1 tablespoon of strawberry flavored protein powder is around 50 calories, depending on the quality of protein powder you use. I like to mix protein powder and water in oats and it becomes strawberry flavored oatmeal! This healthy option keeps you full longer, and you can even sprinkle some flax seeds on top for extra fiber!



Cottage cheese and fruit – 1/2 cup of low-fat cottage cheese runs around 90 calories, and if you pick 2 fruits and chop them up, such as strawberries (4 calories each) and pineapple chunks are 41 calories per 1/2 cup. This delicious breakfast can fill you up and give you extra energy to keep you active all day!



Almond butter toast – 1 slice of whole wheat bread will be around 70 calories, and there are around 100 calories in 1 tablespoon of Almond Butter. I like to toast my bread and put almond butter on top and drizzle a tiny bit of honey on top for extra deliciousness! The almond butter will also keep you full for a longer period of time, and there are many benefits to eating almonds!



Greek yogurt parfait – You can either buy non-fat or low-fat or 100 calorie Greek yogurt at the store, and then layer it with chopped fruits (I use 2 chopped strawberries and a small handful of blueberries, about 20 calories) and sprinkle some whole grain granola on top (about 30 calories) and you’re still under your calorie count for breakfast!



Veggie Omlet – I like to use egg-whites (the kind that come in a bottle), and grill those with olive oil with red and green bell peppers, chopped mushrooms, and spinach. If you use 1/2 cup of fresh chopped mushrooms (4 calories per mushroom), 3 eggwhites (17 calories each) 1/4 cup of bell peppers (red or green or both, 8 calories for both), and 1 cup of spinach, cook those first, and then add the egg whites, this meal makes a TON of food, and I bet you can’t say you’re hungry after eating all that! This delicious meal is so low in calories, you can even add some chopped fruit on the side!
Enjoy and please share! Once I reach 1000 likes, I’ll make a post about 7 HEALTHY LUNCHES under 300 calories!
Calorie/ Image Sources:
fatsecret.com, google.com, weightlossresources.co.uk

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