Once again, eggs offer their nutrients to this satisfying breakfast. And putting them over some sweet potato hash is super smart. According to Medical News Today, sweet potatoes are filled with fiber for healthy digestion and potassium, which helps lower blood pressure levels. They also have fewer calories than a regular potato. Cut one up and combine it with some onions and your favorite breakfast meat. Add your eggs, and you’re ready to eat.
3. Protein pancakes topped with fruit and almond butter
One way to keep the typical pancake or waffle meal healthy is by making sure to add some protein to the mix. Notes a typical pancake usually contains about 28 grams of carbohydrates, 1 gram of fiber, and 4 grams of protein. The high carbohydrate content probably has a lot to do with why many people often have more than one for breakfast. Without enough protein or healthy fat, you can easily eat more than the recommended serving. The next time you’re making morning pancakes, make sure to add a scoop of protein powder to the bowl. You can also top it with your favorite nut butter and some fresh fruit. Add a drizzle of honey for a touch of sweetness