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Low Fat Breakfast - Doesn't Have To Be Hard. Read These Choices! Smeh Beautytips

The word Breakfast came from breaking the fast. As the word suggests, in the morning after overnight fasting, eating meal breaks the fast. This is the major meal for the whole day as it gives alertness, necessary energy, and nutrition to the whole body to function the entire day. A healthy and balanced breakfast provide the goodness to the body to work properly the day ahead. It lowers the feeling of hunger and can make one more physically active while poor breakfast can lead to lethargy and poor health. 


Low-fat breakfast is in one of the healthy breakfasts that one can follow when wishing to lose weight or going for healthy eating choices. The best way to feel full and absorb the necessary nutrients is to add carbohydrates, protein, and fibres in the breakfast. Choose carbohydrates wisely!.

Low Fat Breakfast Ideas:

If someone is on a low-fat diet and wants to eat a low-fat breakfast in the morning then they can go for the following choices.

French Toast:

French toasts taste good and are also low fat breakfast when made by egg white and dairy-free milk. For two-slice servings, in a bowl, mix 1 egg white, a few drops of vanilla essence (optional), 1/4 cup of dairy-free milk. Beat them well. Now dip bread in the mixture and then place it over the non-stick skillet. Brown each side and serve with fruit syrup. To know how to make fruit syrup at home, check the video, 'How to make fruit syrup'.

Low-Fat Pancakes

Oat pancakes are low in fat as compared to traditional pancake breakfasts. In oat pancakes, healthy ingredients are used. Fruits and egg white are key ingredients in it as an alternative to sugar and fat. So for syrup use fruits generously and any sweet fruit can be chosen for this purpose. Egg white helps in binding the oats and fruits chunk so as to give it a proper shape.

Pumpkin Oatmeal:

Oatmeal is best for breakfast and it's incredibly nutritious. Oats are packed with antioxidants. Eating a meal rich in antioxidants in the morning helps the body fighting from free radicals. For adding flavour, one can add pumpkin puree into it. Pumpkin puree is high in Vitamin A and antioxidants that reduce the risk of chronic diseases - best to boost the immune system. It's easy to make low-fat pumpkin oatmeal breakfast and can be eaten in the morning or when one feels peckish.

Omelet Without Egg Yolk:

Omelet is famous for its nutrients and a kick start of the day. For fat-free breakfast, make omelet after removing egg yolk. One can add different vegetables into it to add more flavour and goodness to it.

For family serving, whisk 10 large egg whites in a bowl. Add 2 cup of skimmed milk, 1 teaspoon of salt, 1 teaspoon of grounded black pepper, 1 chopped green pepper, and 2 chopped onions. Mix them all well and pour them into a baking dish. Bake at 200 C° or 400 F° (gas mark 6) for 25 minutes or until it starts popping or turns golden.


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  1. These are good ideas, worth a try

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  2. Low fat pancakes sounds like a great start to the day.

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  3. Such a great breakfast ideas.

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  4. Im going to be completly honest - i havent eaten breakfast in about ten years! I have just always skipped it!

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  5. This quarantine thing has made my food habits go haywire! Will surely try to follow this. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. These are great ideas. I normally skip breakfast, but these are good for when I don't.

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  7. not a breakfast person too but will try these for sure

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  8. We can all need recipes like this!
    Even though I dont have that much of a healthy lifestyle, I do enjoy a good meal with low fat :)

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  9. French toasts and Omelet are on top of my list. I like that it's easy to prepare and yummy!

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  10. These all sound really good. The pumpkin oatmeal is the winner for me out of these. At least for tomorrow morning.

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  11. These look like great alternatives. I never thought of French Toast or Pancakes as low fat. Good to know!!

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  12. These are awesome brekkie ideas, and can be prepared quickie! I love French toasts and omelette.

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  13. I'm so glad I stumbled on this post. We were trying to find some new options for breakfast!

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  14. I try to keep all my meals as low fat as possible. I got some great suggestions from this articles. I'll try these out as soon as possible.

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  15. Current, I am eating sprouts in the breakfast. It is super light and super healthy.

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  16. Those were all awesome suggestions. It's always the ultimate question... what to eat?

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  17. You had me at french toast. Making it low fat just gave me a reason to eat it more. Thank you!

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  18. This is amazing! Love your blog!

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  19. Cool, I learned something new about low fat breakfast. Thanks for sharing.

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  20. My father in law had some issues with gall bladder stones and pancreatitis and now needs to follow a low fat diet. He's going to greatly appreciate this! Thank you for sharing :)

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  21. I usually get French Toasts or low calorie pancakes. Then I also have fruits so it won't be boring!

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  22. love these healthy breakfast choices, am now craving hungry for French Toast :D
    cheers, siennylovesdrawing

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  23. we love oatmeal for breakfast. probably have it at least twice a week if not more. great ideas. i'm saving your site love it!

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  24. Normally one for skipping breakfast but been making an effort while the lockdown has been going on to eat in the morning and will follow your suggestions next week

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  25. Those are looking absolutely delicious and certainly a great alternative to use. Will definitely try this one out sometime.

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  26. Great ideas to try once and a while to switch things up. I'm not much of a breakfast eater but will keep these in mind.

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  27. I am not that fan of oatmeal but I would like to try that pumpkin oatmeal

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  28. Nice ideas! I admit, I rarely eat breakfast. But I eat lunch early, around 11, so I guess I'm sort of eating breakfast?

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  29. Pumpkin oatmeal sounds so yummy. I need to make this for my weekend breakfast.

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  30. These are great! I love breakfast items like french toast and pancakes. I have never figured out how to make them lighter though, so I rarely eat them. I am definitely trying your french toast recipe as a treat!

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  31. I am so happy that I have came across your post! I am going back to clean eating and I need more food options.

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  32. Thank you for sharing these. I've been looking for new breakfast ideas as I'm getting very sick of the same old thing every day!

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  33. I really struggle with eating breakfast as I’m incredibly picky and lactose intolerant. I might try the oat pancakes!

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  34. Some one said eat breakfast as like a King, eat lunch as like a minister and dinner as like a bagger. So agreed that breakfast should not be quit, the shared low fat breakfast idea including French toast, pumpkin oatmeal, omelet without egg yolk are wonderful..... (World in Eyes)

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  35. cool. i need these kinds of breakfast to pair with my workouts. <3

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  36. I love the idea of pumpkin oatmeal! I will be trying that with my boys in the morning.

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  37. These are great suggestions...love that they are nutritious too!

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  38. I have always encouraged my friends and children to really ensure that they have breakfast and a healthy one in order to experience a productive day.

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  39. These all sound really tasty! I love french toast and I haven't had any in a while. I might consider making some tomorrow...

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  40. Great breakfast ideas! Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day and I always try to have it in full. thank you for new perspective!

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  41. Oatmeal is my favorite go-to easy breakfast!

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  42. Great suggestions! I will admit that I am really bad for having a coffee and calling it a meal despite recognizing that breakfast is so important. I am trying to get better about that. Reading these suggestions has inspired me to focus on that once again (especially French toast, I LOVE it)!

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  43. I love breakfast foods, and I try to eat healthier meals as much as possible. My favorite is low fat yogurt with some granola and fresh fruit. It's so fast and easy!

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  44. I would love to get back to low fat meals. This way is a good start.

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