BLUEBERRY OATMEAL 179 CALORIES

Oatmeal is my all time favorite things to eat for breakfast, the complex carbs keep you full until lunch time without turning into fat, and the blueberries give you the natural energy you need to get ready for your day.

All you need is ½ cup of plain oatmeal (100) calories, ½ cup fresh blueberries (42) calories, one tablespoon flax seed (37) calories, and a dash of cinnamon (0) calories. Total calories 179 serves one.

Boil 1/2 cup of plain oatmeal in one cup of water until the oats soften, or you can use an instant oatmeal, just make sure its plain and without preservatives. When the oatmeal is cooked, add one tablespoon of flax seed and stir. Put the oatmeal in a bowl and top it with 1/2 a cup of fresh blueberries and a dash of cinnamon. Stir well and Enjoy.

TROPICAL FRUIT BOWL 198 CALORIES

This cleansing fruit bowl is tasty and is a perfect breakfast for a sunny morning. Because this bowl is so light in calories, you can also eat it as a snack.

All you need is half a medium papaya cubed (59) calories, one cup blackberries (62) calories, one small apple (77) calories. Total 198 calories serves one.

Cut a medium papaya in half, place plastic wrap around one half of the papaya and put it in the refrigerator for tomorrow. Discard the seeds and rind from the other half of the papaya and cut it into small cubes. Remove the core of a small apple and discard. Cut the apple into small cubes. Put the cubed apple and papaya into a bowl and top it with the cup of blackberries. Enjoy.

 

FRESH FRUIT BOWL 255 CALORIES

This simple fruit bowl is all you need to jump start your morning. It’s light enough so that you can eat it and get right to your morning workout routine.

All you need is half a cantaloupe (94) calories, one small apple chopped (77) calories, one cup fresh blueberries (84) calories. Total 255 calories serves one.

Cut a cantaloupe in half, put plastic wrap over one half and save it in the refrigerator for tomorrow. Remove the seeds and the rind from the other half and cut the cantaloupe into small cubes. Remove the core from one small apple, and cut the apple into small chunks. Put the cubed apple and cantaloupe into a bowl and top it off with a cup of fresh blueberries. Ejnoy.

STRAWBERRY BANANA YOGURT 258 CALORIES

This quick and easy breakfast will get you out the door in no time, and still give you your daily serving of fruit.

All you need is 6 ounces of plain nonfat greek yogurt (100) calories, one medium banana sliced (105) calories, one cup of strawberries sliced (53) calories. Total 258 calories serves one.

Slice one medium banana into thin slices. Then slice a bunch of fresh strawberries into thin slices, so that the slices equal a cup of fruit. Put six ounces of plain nonfat greek yogurt into a bowl and mix in the fruit. Enjoy.

YOGURT WITH APPLES AND HONEY 237 CALORIES

For those day when you need a balanced breakfast but you really don’t want to put too much thought into it. This vegetarian meal is simple and easy but most of all healthy.

All you need is 6 ounces of plain nonfat Greek yogurt (100) calories, small apple sliced (77) calories, one tablespoon raw organic honey (60) calories. Total 237 calories serves one.

Slice an apple into small, bite sized pieces. Scoop six ounces of plain nonfat Greek yogurt into a bowl. Mix the honey into the yogurt and add the apple on top. Enjoy.

 

 

OATMEAL WITH BANANAS 205 CALORIES

This 205 calorie breakfast is simple but effective. bananas are packed with the good type of carbohydrates to get you energized for a hard days work, or to refuel you after an awesome workout.

All you need is ½ cup of plain oatmeal (100) calories, one medium banana (105) calories, total 205 calories serves one.

Boil the oatmeal in 1/2 cup of water in a pot for about 10 minutes or until the oats have absorbed the water and are soft. you can use instant oatmeal if you prefer, but try to find one with the least amount of preservatives. Slice the banana into thin slices. Put the cooked oatmeal into a bowl and add the banana slices, then enjoy.