4 Easy Breakfast Recipes For People With Diabetes

“One should not attend even the end of the world without a good breakfast,” is an adequate saying for breakfast by Robert A. Heinlein, popularly known as the ‘dean of science fiction writers.’ This statement should fit in for each and every one of us. People diagnosed with diabetes face a higher risk and have to be quite selective when it comes to their diet. According to us, both are equally important for the patient. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and generally, people are very specific about what to have and what not in the morning.

We understand the need for taste and a healthy breakfast. And hence, we’ve 4 amazing diabetic-friendly breakfast recipes which are tasty at the same time. Hope you’ll like at least one of these and will add to your routine!

1. Easy Spud Breakfast

Bake the potato and add onions, ham, eggs, reduced-fat cheddar cheese, parsley, green pepper, red pepper, ground pepper, and salt. You can add or reduce the ingredients and the species according to your taste and preferences. Your stomach will be blessing you with this delicious breakfast. It has 189 calories.

2. Quick Homemade Raisin Bread

This is a quick yet lowest calorie breakfast on our list and when you are making bread at home, there’s no harm in adding some natural sweet raisins to it. When all it includes is just 90 calories.

Ingredients: dark seedless raisins, all-purpose flour, whole-wheat flour, baking soda, artificial sweetener, cinnamon, salt, egg, vanilla, and canola oil.

3. Double-Duty Banana Pancakes

Pancakes are preferred as a fair breakfast as it is nutritious and its better version is when fresh banana slices are added on top of it pancake syrup, along with a glass of fat-free milk. This breakfast will be a healthy start to your day. It has 100 calories.

Ingredients: buckwheat pancake mix, bananas, fat-free milk, and light pancake syrup.

4. Peanut Butter and Jelly Muffins

Who wouldn’t like to have a sweet breakfast some mornings? And for those mornings one should get these peanut butter and jelly muffins which will not only fill your stomach but will keep you healthy. And use sugar-free jam to get it better not only for taste but for health too. this breakfast will be having 200 calories.

Ingredients: whole-wheat flour, sugar, baking powder, peanut butter, egg, fat-free milk, sugar-free jelly.