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4 Breakfast Ideas under 200 Calories

1. Veggie Egg White Omelet
You can never go wrong will an egg white omelet, especially one that’s loaded with nutritious veggies. An egg white contains around 17 calories, which means you can add 5 to your omelet for only 85 calories. Put in some low calories veggies like spinach and mushrooms and you’ll still have room for a piece of dry whole wheat toast, which clocks in at around 60 calories. Depending on the brand of bread you use, you may even have room for a small piece of fruit, like a plum, which is about 30 calories.
2. Cereal
Yes, you can eat cereal for under 200 calories, but you’re going to have to do some measuring here. A low calorie cereal, like Fiber One, contains 60 calories for a half cup. You can add ¾ cup to your bowl, along with a cup of non-fat milk (90 calories), and only come in at 180 calories. You even have room to cut up a few strawberries (around 5 calories each) to top it off. Make sure you choose a cereal that is low in sugar and high in nutrition.
3. Yogurt Parfait
For this one, you’re going to have to make your own yogurt parfait. Stay away from the store bought ones, as the sugary granola and syrupy fruit can make this breakfast option a bad one! Instead, grab a container of non-fat yogurt, which contains around 100 calories. Remember the low calorie cereal from before? Add a half cup to the parfait for 60 calories. You still have room to add some fruit, but don’t overdo it here. Cut up some strawberries and add a handful of blueberries.
4. Hard Boiled Egg and Banana
A hard boiled egg and banana is a nutritious combination that should hold you over until your mid-morning snack. The egg is around 75 calories and the banana is 105, so it doesn’t leave room for much else…except maybe a few strawberries. Notice that the banana, while highly nutritious, is one of the higher-calorie fruits. Keep this in mind when adding one to your breakfast.

Here are 4 ideas to show you what you can get out of breakfast for under 200 calories. Make sure you always measure your food and be mindful of any condiments, like butter or jam, that you may use. Also, make sure you don’t add excessive cream or sugar to your coffee—and if you do, these calories need to be taken into account. When you consume a healthy and nutritious breakfast, you are properly fueling your body for the day to come.

4 Breakfast Ideas under 200 Calories


1. Veggie Egg White Omelet

You can never go wrong will an egg white omelet, especially one that’s loaded with nutritious veggies. An egg white contains around 17 calories, which means you can add 5 to your omelet for only 85 calories. Put in some low calories veggies like spinach and mushrooms and you’ll still have room for a piece of dry whole wheat toast, which clocks in at around 60 calories. Depending on the brand of bread you use, you may even have room for a small piece of fruit, like a plum, which is about 30 calories.

2. Cereal

Yes, you can eat cereal for under 200 calories, but you’re going to have to do some measuring here. A low calorie cereal, like Fiber One, contains 60 calories for a half cup. You can add ¾ cup to your bowl, along with a cup of non-fat milk (90 calories), and only come in at 180 calories. You even have room to cut up a few strawberries (around 5 calories each) to top it off. Make sure you choose a cereal that is low in sugar and high in nutrition.

3. Yogurt Parfait

For this one, you’re going to have to make your own yogurt parfait. Stay away from the store bought ones, as the sugary granola and syrupy fruit can make this breakfast option a bad one! Instead, grab a container of non-fat yogurt, which contains around 100 calories. Remember the low calorie cereal from before? Add a half cup to the parfait for 60 calories. You still have room to add some fruit, but don’t overdo it here. Cut up some strawberries and add a handful of blueberries.

4. Hard Boiled Egg and Banana

A hard boiled egg and banana is a nutritious combination that should hold you over until your mid-morning snack. The egg is around 75 calories and the banana is 105, so it doesn’t leave room for much else…except maybe a few strawberries. Notice that the banana, while highly nutritious, is one of the higher-calorie fruits. Keep this in mind when adding one to your breakfast.

Here are 4 ideas to show you what you can get out of breakfast for under 200 calories. Make sure you always measure your food and be mindful of any condiments, like butter or jam, that you may use. Also, make sure you don’t add excessive cream or sugar to your coffee—and if you do, these calories need to be taken into account. When you consume a healthy and nutritious breakfast, you are properly fueling your body for the day to come.

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