These Healthy Breakfast Meals Will Get You Through The Week

Published on April 20, 2020

Working on building a healthy lifestyle and coming up with healthy breakfast meals and other food ideas can be difficult for anyone. Yes, it may be a challenge, but in life, all things come with a challenge. Eating healthy can always seem like a stressful and unpleasant thing, but I only think that’s the case when you let it be.

Don’t let your mind take over and present to you those unhappy thoughts about eating healthy, filter those negative thoughts out. Think about in the long run and how once you maintain this habit, it will be something that you can quickly put into your day to day routine.

Instead of making this a daunting thing lets create a good practice and make healthy dishes fun just like we enjoy making brownies or cookies lets take that same motive and apply it to make a healthy meal.

For this week’s delicious healthy recipes we are going to be cooking up some breakfast dishes. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day as it fuels you and prepares you for what kind of day you have ahead of you. So, let’s dive into some breakfast meals that will fuel you up for that day

Acai Bowl: One of my favorite meals to eat at all times of the day really, it’s so filling and also delicious. Now when it comes to adding fruit on top, you can choose whichever fruit that fits your needs, but I will list the fruits I used as well.


2 Tbsp fresh lime juice 

1 packet unsweetened frozen acai puree 

2 Tbsp strawberries

2 Tbsp kiwi 

2 Tbsp pineapple 

2 Tbsp blueberries 

Chopped raw whole raw cashews 

Instructions: Blend your acai puree and lime juice until smooth, then place blended acai puree into a bowl and top it off with the fruit of your choice. For me, I like to add a little bit of almond butter as well.

Banana Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies: Now fixing cookies for breakfast isn’t ideal but you can always prepare these the night before so in the morning you can just grab and go. 


3 bananas (mashed)

1 Tsp cinnamon

1 Tsp salt

1 Tbsp vanilla extract 

½ cup of oats 

¼ cup of shredded coconut 

1 handful of dark chocolate chips 

Instructions: Preheat your oven to 350° F. Then, you are going to get yourself a mixing bowl and mix all your ingredients. Once you have mixed your ingredients, you are going to get a baking pan and oil it so your cookies won’t stick and then begin to portion out and place your cookies onto the pan. Let them cook for 20 minutes, and once they’ve finished, let them cool, and then they are ready to eat.

Jori Ayers is a Staff Writer at Grit Daily based in Tampa, Florida. She was formerly with the editorial team at Tampa Bay Parenting Magazine.

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