In this post, I will show you some vegetarian/vegan meals I eat for breakfast to balance insulin levels and provide enough nutrients for my body.
As I’ve mentioned in many
Moreover, spikes worsen your insulin sensitivity and make you store fat really quickly which we definitely don’t want.
Okay, so what you can eat to start your day right?
Check these simple low-carb high-protein breakfast ideas. You can adjust them by adding new ingredients/substituting/changing the cooking method.
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- 2 boiled eggs
- 1 tbsp vegan cream cheese
- ¼ avocado
- 1 tbsp hemp seeds
- leafy greens of your choice
How to prepare: The first thing you need to do is to prepare vegan cream cheese beforehand. This recipe is so delicious and simple. You can make a cup of cheese, put in a fridge and use during the week.
Then you just boil the eggs (you can fry them or make poached eggs), arrange salad on your plate, add cream cheese and avocado, sprinkle hemp seed on top. And that’s it! Enjoy your simple yet healthy breakfast!
Calories: 416 / Protein: 22 / Carbs: 13 / Fat: 32
Chia pudding with berry jelly
- 30 g white chia (about 3 tbsp)
- 1/2 cup high-protein soy milk
- 1 tbsp hemp seeds (you can use protein powder instead)
- 1/3 cup raspberries
- 1/2 cup water
- 1 tsp agar powder (I use this one)
How to prepare: It’s better to make this breakfast dessert a night before as it takes time for the
Mash raspberries and place in a pot, add water and evenly sprinkle agar powder. Stir really well and bring to a boil. Boil for about 1-1,5 minute and then take off the stove. Let the mixture cool down for 5-7 minutes and pour a layer to your chia jar.
Leave in a
Calories: 277 / Protein: 16 / Carbs: 10 /Fat: 18
Vegan chickpea omelet
- 1 medium onion
- 4 medium mushrooms
- 3 tbsp chickpea flour + 8 tbsp water + seasonings + salt + 2 extra tbsp chickpea flour
- 1 tomato
- 1/2 tsp turmeric
- 2,5 tbsp flax seeds
- fresh greens
- 50g tofu (optional)
How to prepare: In a bowl mix flax seed and 5 tbsp water and leave for 10 minutes.
Meanwhile, in another bowl mix flour with water and seasonings. You will get a dough with a sour-cream like consistency. Fry veggies and tofu with olive oil, add spices and salt to taste. Add veggies to the dough with flaxseed “egg” and fresh greens. Pour the mixture to the pan and fry from both sides.
Calories: 260 / Protein: 17 / Carbs: 21 / Fat: 9
- 200ml unsweetened almond/soy milk
- 30g (3 tbsp) chia seeds
- 1 tbsp cocoa powder
- 1 scoop chocolate protein powder ( I use Orgain Chocolate Fudge)
- stevia/monk fruit to taste
How to prepare: To make this mousse you need to blend chia seeds in a blender really well. Then add milk and blend again. Add all the rest ingredients and blend until it’s really smooth. Pour in jar and place in the fridge for at least an hour.
Add you favorite berries and nuts when serving.
Calories: 289 / Protein: 20 / Carbs: 9 / Fat: 16
I hope you will love these simple recipes! I eat these meals almost every single day for breakfast and it makes my life so much easier! I don’t think about what to cook or what I would like to eat today, I just know I have these staples and I stick to it. They are easy, delicious and make my hormones happy 🙂
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