Low sugar breakfasts and snacks

 

This week some brands stated that their products should not be eaten more than once a week because they are high in sugar. So here are some ideas  for low sugar breakfasts and snacks.

Breakfast:

  • Eggs: boiled, poached, frittata, omelette, scrambled with veg (asparagus, spinach, mushrooms, tomatoes) and whole grain bread
  • Yoghurt: unsweetened with fruit and seeds
  • Fish: pate on toast, sardines, smoked salmon
  • Nut butters: on oat cakes/brown toast
  • Vegetable and protein smoothie
  • Low sugar beans on toast
  • Avocado and prawns on crisp bread
  • Lower sugar cereal – Range of grains (Millet, Quinoa, rice, Amaranth); Oat based cereal; Weetabix; Shredded wheat; Cornflakes/Cheerios (8%)

Snacks:

  • 2 Rough milled oatcakes with nut butter
  • ½ avocado or 2 tbsp cottage cheese and 2 rye crisp bread
  • Carrot/cucumber sticks and 2 tbsp hummus
  • ½ cup of blueberries and some natural yoghurt BUT avoid sweeter and dried fruit
  • 1 slice of melon and a slice of Parma ham

 

If you would like to find out how we could help give us a call on

07947 026366 (Ceri) or 07747 791587 (Ann) or email us at ceri@recipeforhealth.co.uk or ann@recipeforhealth.co.uk

 

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