Do you scratch your head every morning wondering what to make for breakfast? Well, worry not, we have some ideas! Here are a few wholesome breakfast options to get your morning off to a great start. Some recipes are ideal for making ahead, some are super quick to whip up in the morning, and some for those days when you have a little bit of time for a leisurely breakfast. These delicious breakfast recipes will warm you up this winter.
Full of fibre, oats are perfect for a healthy winter breakfast. You can have oatmeal porridge with a variety of toppings including fresh fruit, dried fruit, yogurt, nuts, and seeds. You can also bake oatmeal granola, store and have it through the week. Oats upma is exceedingly yummy, quick to make, and extremely nutritious. Likewise, oats idli is delicious too! Do incorporate oats in your breakfast menu, this cereal is heart-healthy and helps lower cholesterol as well as helps in effective weight management.
Winters are the time for juicy strawberries! Make sure you add generous amounts of the fruit to your smoothie. A super food, strawberries have vitamins A and C and robust anti-oxidants. Strawberries blend well with yogurt - you can add liberal amounts of chia seeds, nuts of your choice and some almond milk to make a smoothie. This recipe will rev up your immune system and will boost your endurance and stamina too!
Our humble, but finger-licking good chillas are absolutely appetizing and are laden with nutrition. What’s more they are super speedy to cook and you can whip up the batter in less than 15 minutes. Understand the nutritional value of pulses and you can try out a host of legumes and cereals for your chilla. Try Tata Sampann Multigrain Chilla Mix. It contains the pulses and spices from the stable of Tata Sampann products – ingredients at their unpolished best, with no added preservatives and flavours.
This hearty and healthy breakfast option puts you in the best frame of mind to seize the day. Parathas have a wonderful crispy texture with a soft filling in the middle. Choose your stuffing from potatoes, paneer, green peas, and dals. These parathas are wholesome and nutritious! The best part is - they’re straightforward and uncomplicated enough for weekdays, yet indulgent enough for weekend brunch. Pair the parathas with pudina chutney or fresh yogurt.
With these easy, healthy breakfast meal options, do give the idea of skipping breakfasts a skip. It not only leads to chronic overeating later during the day, but also keeps you from experimenting with different nutritious foods such as Tata Sampann’s range of Dals and Ready-to-Cook Mixes, and enhancing your culinary skills!
This article is authored by Dr. Shweta U. Shah
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