For people with diabetes, morning is usually the time when they have to eat the most important meal, for better control throughout the day. Though, breakfast is the most essential meal of the day for everybody. Besides people with diabetes, this kind of diet is healthy for everyone else.
There are many different kinds of recipes for diabetics you can choose from for what to cook in the morning.
This time, we manage to make a list of top 10 breakfast recipes for people with diabetes, sweet and savory, and we think that we have made a fine choice.
Don’t let your breakfast be boring any longer, check out this list, and see if we are right.
Have a great morning!
Recipe via diabetes.org.uk
Busy at work? Running late or simply wishing to skip the rush hour traffic? This is the perfect recipe that can be eaten on the go. It is always recommended at home, but we always have these days where 5 minutes to sit and enjoy breakfast 6 minutes is too much! The breakfast burrito will keep you on heart’s content until your afternoon lunch and is a great way to look after the waistline. For the non-veggies out there, you can add grilled chicken breasts or grilled salmon. Bring out the Mexican to work today.
Poached Egg & Avocado Toast
Recipe via pinchofyum.com
Getting rid of refined sugar and almost eliminating it from our diet is rather possible with recipes like these. And no one said that without sugar, it won’t be fun. Perfect poached eggs aren’t as easy as it looks which is crazy to think. However, after a couple of attempts, you’ll soon get the hang of things. Swirl your simmering water with a wooden spoon, add a dash of white vinegar and break the egg into its center immediately and watch it dance sound and around.
Arugula and Crisped Prosciutto Egg Sandwich
Recipe via foodformyfamily.com
The breakfast of champions. Something warm and something rather great to have first thing in the morning; feeling amazing about yourself for the continuity of the day. This recipe feels like an upgraded version of the famously known muffin & cheese that is sure to impress your other half. Make him or her this breakfast idea, and without a doubt would spoil you in happiness and joy for the rest of the week. You could skip the meat, and opt for salmon instead.
Peanut Butter Crepes with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Filling
Recipe via naturalnoshing.com
Getting up in the morning can be difficult let alone prepare something to eat. Most of us could get by with a simple tea or shot of coffee (and water, always drink water!), but hopefully, this will inspire you to look after yourself, as breakfast is the most important part of the day. If you crave a sweet tooth but perhaps not thousands of calories in the process, then this recipe is for you. It is genuine and full of goodness.
Spinach Quiche Cups
Recipe via manilaspoon.com
Gluten-free and very low in carbs, these little cupcake bags are full of flavors. Rich in iron and protein, it is a great way to start your day. This recipe can be tweaked for you to add other vegetables that we would suggest to grill one by one. The Flexi Muffin tray is fabulous. Food grade silicon is terrific while baking as it would almost never ever stick. And you won’t need a good dollop of butter or oil to grease the tin up for it not to stick either. You’ll enjoy making them in different combinations.
Recipe via marthastewart.com
There is literally almost everything in this recipe that you need to kick start the day with a treat for yourself. It contains a nice variety of seeds, nuts, and fruits from the globe. Bananas, mango, raisins, papaya, and even coconut. And a beautiful cookie of sheer brilliance that can be enjoyed with a nice hot cup of tea or simply great on its own. This is a great alternative to granola bars.
Berry Smoothie with Greek Yogurt
Recipe via diabeticconnect.com
Natural sugars within these packed in goodness berries will prevent you from further digging into a bag of sweets or chocolates. With everything low in fat yet still full of flavors. It’s packed with great nutrients, proteins, and healthy carbs, it will be something for the entire family to enjoy.
Cherry Almond Oat Breakfast Cookies
Recipe via bettycrocker.com
Yes, this recipe makes you treat yourself with cookies. We love cookies, let’s face it. But it is true that we also believe they have thousands of calories each. Well, not quite, but still, we’re not far away. This recipe is a more reasonable option to the super heavy traditional (yet indeed, delicious oh my word) cookie, and can be enjoyed by the whole family and stay healthy in the process. Not to be consumed every day, but once in a while, it gets our thumbs up.
Tomato and Zucchini Frittata
Recipe via skinnytaste.com
Wish to wake up to the beautiful scenery of Spain, but where you are is raining and frankly dull looking outside? If you haven’t got the luxury to hop on a plane as you please, then trying out this recipe is sure going to be worth it instead. The great thing about making a frittata is that most veggies are great to use which means, whatever is in your fridge. Perfect for breakfast and super healthy too.
Cream Cheese Pancakes
Recipe via ibreatheimhungry.com
These keto cream cheese pancakes are gluten-free, nut-free with a very little carb but yet so delicious. Being “free” of so many things” ultimately does not mean it impacts the flavor and the end result. On the contrary. This breakfast is perfect if you have over-indulged during the festivities or if you have certain allergies you cannot bypass. You will have the wow factor eating these without the guilt attached to it thinking you need to hit the gym for hours on end afterward. Relax and enjoy.
7 thoughts on “Top 10 Diabetic Breakfast Ideas”
Thank you for your list.
I am a diabetic patient. Please let me know of some breakfast diabetic foods.
I am diabetic and would like a diabetic menus and especially for breakfast
How about a plain old spinach and mushroom omelette?
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Breakfast ideas for diabetics that don’t include eggs, please?