Looking for healthy breakfast ideas? Try our easy low-calorie recipes. Our healthy options to start the day include low-fat breakfasts foods, vegan breakfast ideas and many more recipes for a nourishing breakfast.
Our low-calorie breakfast recipes are ideal for a busy lifestyle. We also have plenty more on-the-go breakfast recipes from acai smoothie bowls to muffins and lighter style eggs. For more inspiration, try our smoothie recipes and smoothie bowl recipes.
Healthy breakfast ideas
Packed with nuts, fruit and oats, this hearty bowl is perfect for a post-workout breakfast.
Breakfast with less than 250 calories… Check out our rhubarb pots for a healthy breakfast. These colourful breakfast pots are super simple to make and are high in protein, perfect fuel to start your day.
For a quick and satisfying breakfast packed with vibrant fruit, check out this creamy lassi smoothie bowl.
Quick to make and easy to eat on the go; fast and raw food is a hot healthy trend. These breakfast bars use dates and nut butter to hold together. Experiment with different seeds and nuts in your next batch, and use agave for a vegan version.
Morning porridge tastes so much more exciting when you add cocoa powder, espresso, almond milk, dates and cinnamon. The perfect vegan start to the day.
If you’re looking for a healthy eating recipe that feels like an indulgence, try our avocado and smoked salmon toasts – a recipe that’s bound to get you out of bed in the morning. The healthy breakfast comes in at under 300 calories. We’re a little obsessed with avo at olive, so try one of our best avocado on toast recipes.
Delicious but low calorie… these easy figs on toast with labneh are super simple and quick to make. This recipe is creamy yet low in calories, and veggie-friendly. Ready in just 15 minutes these make for a mouth-watering breakfast, brunch or snack.
One for those early risers with a savoury tooth, this quick and easy breakfast idea is high in protein and full of flavour from the smoked haddock, pecorino and garlic oil.
Prep your oats the night before to make this quick and easy vegan breakfast for two. It may be low calorie but it’ll leave you feeling satisfied and full until lunchtime.
If you’re looking for an easy breakfast recipe that you can plan the night before, try our bircher muesli with chia seeds. This muesli recipe is perfect for a healthy breakfast and can be topped with banana and blueberries.
Check out this low-calorie vegan breakfast recipe with smoked tofu, punchy chilli and pan-fried courgette. Ready in less than 30 minutes, this easy recipe is a quick brunch idea for 300 calories. Check out more low-calorie vegan ideas.
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If you want a healthy brunch recipe to try for a weekend brunch, make this healthy spring greens shakshuka. Made with eggs and green vegetables, this dish is perfect for anyone wanting a healthy yet filling breakfast.
Baked eggs with spinach is the perfect dish for a lighter brunch. It feels indulgent, but made with spinach, mushrooms and low-fat crème fraîche, this comes in at under 200 calories per serving. Want more eggs inspiration? We have over 60 more eggs recipes for you to check out.
Make these fruity almond muffins for an energising breakfast. Banana and yogurt keep them moist, while the butter, ground almonds and oats make them filling. No added sugar means you’re getting the day off to a good start too.
Full of plenty of good bacteria, this fruity smoothie recipe makes a great on-the-go breakfast idea.
Check out our quick and easy vegan smoothie with fresh strawberries, bananas and tofu – ready in 5 minutes. Using silken tofu may sound strange for a sweet recipe but will give a creamy texture to the smoothie. Our healthy smoothie recipes are easy to make, and we have plenty more here.
This almond milk smoothie combines banana, cinnamon, porridge oats and nutmeg to make a hearty, high protein and gently spiced shake to start the day.
Make your own plant milks with these three quick and easy recipe ideas
You can make this with white or brown rice, but the latter will give a nuttier taste. To keep it vegan, use maple syrup as a sweetener.
This super-easy milk alternative is great to splash over cereals or add to your morning tea or coffee. To keep it vegan, use maple syrup as a sweetener.
An easy, creamy milk alternative for vegans – simply use rolled oats and water, blend together and strain through a muslin. To keep it vegan, use maple syrup as a sweetener.Check out these comforting honey-baked apples. These sweet and syrupy apples make for the ideal winter dessert or breakfast, plus they’re gluten free and low in calories too.