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5 Power Breakfasts that are Easy to Make

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Cover Photo: Rachel Park

1. Muesli bowl

Muesli Bowl
Photo Credit: Dani Rendina via Unsplash

A protein-rich wholesome breakfast to kickstart your day. An enriched bowl with VIBGYOR hues containing plenty of vitamins and minerals. A substitute for sugary cereals.


There’s not much for you to do

  • Simply pour your favourite milk or yoghurt into a bowl or just soak them overnight
  • Add fresh raspberries, strawberries, bananas and dry fruits, or customise your brekkie with any fruit you like

2. Poha

Poha, Indian Dish - Flattened Rice
Photo Credit: Spice Up the Curry

A go-to Indian low-calorie breakfast, a probiotic and highly rich in iron. It is a simple dish, even a rookie can’t go wrong and has an incredible filling capacity, you can also consider it as an evening snack.


  • Rinse the poha 2-3 times with water and clean it
  • Take a pan, add little oil add mustard seeds and saute some onions, then add tomatoes to it
  • Stir it, and add salt, chillis, and turmeric powder.
  • If you wish you can add potatoes, peanuts or different vegetables you like.
  • After stirring the mixture, add poha to it and stir it for 2-3 minutes.
  • Garnish your poha with fresh coriander leaves, squeeze a lemon onto it and voila!

3. Omelette

Photo Credit: Ben Kolde

When time is of the essence, one of the simplest dishes is to have an omelette. They will keep you keep active and are rich in protein, a healthy yet tasty option to suffice your cravings.


  • Add 2 eggs to a bowl, and whisk them, beat them until frothy. Further, add salt and chillies.
  • You can further add onion, tomato, coriander or any veggies you may want.
  • Heat the pan and pour the batter, cook it for 2-3 minutes and then flip the side.
  • You can sprinkle some extra spice after turning the stove off
  • You can have it sliced bread, cheese or even experiment with different veggies.

4. Banana Pancakes

Banana Pancake
Photo Credit: Eiliv Aceron

Who doesn’t love the fluffy pancakes in the morning? With simple substitutions, you can make pancakes easily in 5 minutes.


  • Take a bowl, add half cup flour, 3 tsp. baking powder,2 tsp brown sugar and 1 tsp salt whisk them together.
  • Take another bowl, beat milk and sour cream in it and then add eggs to it.
  • Then amalgamate the batter of two bowls.
  • In a pan, melt the butter on medium flame and ladle the batter, cook for 3 minutes and then turn the sides
  • Your fluffy pancake will be ready
  • Garnish it with banana slices and you can even pour honey or maple syrup over it.

5. Stuffed Sandwich

Stuffed Sandwich
Photo Credit: Eaters Collective

Start your day with a delicious sandwich, and a heavy breakfast which will keep you going for the day.


  • Take 2 slices of bread, multigrain if you want it to be completely healthy.
  • Finely chop onion, tomatoes, cucumber, carrot or any seasonal veggies
  • Add mayonnaise to the chopped veggies and then further add salt, chillies and seasoning
  • You can add salami to it, which will make it more tasteful and nutritional
  • Layer all the material in the bread and add a slice of cheese to it.
  • And you are ready with the robust sandwich within minutes.
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