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Save Time with these 5-Minute Delicious Breakfast Recipes

Skipping breakfast due to lack of time in our fast-paced lives is a routine. However, to your rescue come these recipes which will consume the least of your precious time and at the same time fulfill your nutritional requirements.

Exercise & Fitness By Vasudha Bhat / Apr 03, 2014

Give your Day a Healthy Start

Breakfast is considered to be the most important meal of the day. Many studies have suggested that skipping the first meal of the day can have adverse effects on our body. However, amidst the hustle and bustle of our lives, having a proper breakfast on time becomes nearly impossible.
Here are few quick breakfast recipes which give you complete nourishment and do not consume much of your time.

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Citrus Berry Smoothie

This smoothie is a whole meal in itself. Filled with the nourishment of berries and oranges, this smoothie is a great source of carbohydrates and powerful antioxidants which help you remain charged up all day long.

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A bowl full of cereals is good source of fiber for you. You can add low-fat yogurt instead of milk and add berries and bananas as topping to your healthy breakfast.

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Fruit Salad

Each morning while you struggle to make it on time to the office, it becomes quite difficult to extract time and cook something fresh. So, this is when fruit salad comes to your rescue. You can cut your favorite fruits and store them in the refrigerator in an air tight container. In the morning, all you have to do is wake up and grab the bowl and eat while performing your tasks simultaneously.

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Cheese Toast

Filling a slice of cheese between two slices of bread can be the best and quickest you can do in the morning. Put the sandwich in the toaster while you get ready for the day. Grab the sandwich and you can have it on your way.

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Scrambled Eggs

Mix two eggs with chopped and fried onions and add spices according to your taste. Stir the mixture for a couple of minutes. Your vitamin and mineral rich breakfast is ready.

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Take sprouts and add finely chopped onions and a dash of lemon juice. Mix it properly and you are ready with your daily dose of nourishment.

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This quick recipe will help you save a lot of time and fulfill your nutritional requirements for the day. Just add some poha to fried onion and add spices according to taste. Let it cook for few minutes and you are ready with a healthy breakfast.

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Vegetable Sandwich

Place sliced tomatoes, cucumber, onions and a slice of cheese in between two slices of bread and you are ready with a healthy breakfast which you can have while driving.

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Cheese Omelet

Add some freshly cut onions, tomatoes and grated cheese to two eggs and make a fine batter. Spread the mixture in a frying pan and cook it from both the sides and you are done with your breakfast.

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If you are bored of having the same old boring breakfast, try this and add some zing to the first meal of your day. Take a slice of bread and sauté in a pan. Once it becomes golden brown, cut a hole in its middle and fill it with an egg. Cook the bread from both the sides.

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