Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Starting your day with a healthy and nutritious breakfast helps kick-start your metabolism, stabilize your blood glucose, and ward off mid-morning hunger. I know for a fact that, if I skip breakfast, I usually experience a mid-morning energy slump which is usually accompanied by a craving for junk food and coffee!
But, most breakfast cereals are full of sugar; just read the nutrition label if you don’t believe me! Sugar plus a whole lot of refined wheat, rice, or other grains mean that most popular cereals are the absolute opposite of a healthy breakfast. And chocolate in breakfast cereals? How is that ever healthy?!
So, here are FIVE no added sugar breakfasts that will start your day the right way. If you don’t think you have time for breakfast, try getting up 15 minutes earlier so you do! And some of these recipes, as well as being healthy and tasty, take only a few minutes to make.
Sugar-Free – Muffins
Start your day with this tasty high on protein muffins. A healthy muffin with no added sugar. Recipe here.
Sugar Free Recipe Cookbook
If you’re looking for a low sugar recipe book I highly recommend you The 21 day Sugar Detox by Diane Sanfilippo. 110 low sugar recipes, meal planner and simple nutritions instructions so you know exactly what you can and can’t eat. Find more about this book here.
No Added Sugar – The Real oatmeal
Instant Oatmeal contains a lot of sugar, try this sugar free oatmeal. This is the original and the real healthy oatmeal recipe.
Special Sugar-Free Muffin
High on protein and healthy fats, this muffin doesn’t contain any added sugar so it’s perfect for your no sugar diet. Recipe here.
Cheesy, eggy mushrooms with spinach
With only 2 minutes prepare a high protein breakfast with very low sugar. See the recipe here.
Sugar-Free – Peanut butter and banana on toast
Using natural ingredients create an amazing toast with no added sugar. Try this sugar free recipe for your breakfast. Continue here.
our grand kids, boys, were just put on a gluten free, dairy free and sugar free diet because of alergies. Can I use food items that have 1 gram of sugar?
Hi Arlene. 1 gram of sugar is very low sugar so yes I would say that’s not a problem but ask your nutritionist or your Physician. Thanks