Healthy Brunch Ideas
May 26, 2015
Whether it is Dad and the kids cooking breakfast in bed or the whole family visiting a restaurant, brunch is a special tradition for many. However, if you are working out, a big hearty brunch may not sound so appetizing. With a little research, there is a way to enjoy a good brunch while still maintaining your healthy diet.
Healthy French Toast - French Toast is an all-time brunch favorite. The healthy version allows you to satisfy your craving for this classic; only it’s slimmed down a bit. Low-fat milk and egg whites as substitutes make this a healthier option.
Crustless Tomato Ricotta Pie - Vegetarians will love this cross between a frittata and quiche. It’s basically a cheese and tomato pie. Fresh herbs put this dish over the top.
Eggs Benedict - How can this rich breakfast become healthy? Easy. Substitute the traditional hollandaise with a lemony white sauce, spinach and whole wheat English Muffin to make it a delightful healthy breakfast.
Whole Wheat Waffles - Much like French toast, waffles are another brunch classic that everyone loves. Simply switch the typical white flour with whole-wheat flour and this classic is instantly a healthy treat. You can make a big quantity and add fresh fruit for topping, and it is perfect for your brunch menu.
Healthy Omelets - Loaded omelets do not have the reputation of being the healthiest brunch choice. However, by including egg whites, turkey ham, low-fat cheese and fresh chopped parsley you can cut out half the normal calories and still enjoy the loaded omelet you’ve been craving.
If you are feeding a crowd or just the family, these healthy options are a delicious way to stay on track with your workout and diet plan. You can find the full recipes for the above ideas and more at delish.com.
If you need help with your diet and are looking for a little nutritional guidance, check out Nutrition Together from Fitness Together. It’s a complete nutritional program that will complement your personal training routine. If you are ready for a healthier lifestyle, visit www.fitnesstogether.com to find your local studio.