A satisfying breakfast with simple but delicious recipes can be made in ten minutes or less with only key four wholesome pantry ingredients. Top them with fruits, granola, and a drizzle of honey for a superfood breakfast that you’ll feel great about all day.

4 Healthy Ingredients to Spice Up Your Breakfast

Chia Seeds

healthy options Chia Seeds

Have you fallen in love with chia seeds yet? Packed with healthy omega-3 fatty acids, these little seeds also contain protein, fiber, antioxidants, and minerals like calcium, magnesium, and iron. And because of their gelling properties, they help make breakfasts more filling and satisfying without weighing you down.

The Aztecs first cultivated chia seeds. Believing it endowed the with power due to the strength it gave them, the Aztecs reaped its benefits by eating them whole, grinding it to flour, and pressing it into oil. While this may sound like a legend, the belief holds true.

Just look at the world’s best long-distance marathon runners, the Tarahumara. Their secret: a drink called Iskiate. And would you believe it, the key ingredient, is chia! Chia means 'Strength' in the Mayan language. Let these seeds strengthen you with energy, fiber and omega 3 goodness worthy of a legend.           


Quick Oats

healthy options quick oats

Quick oats are called quick because you can cook them in under a minute. They are easy to chew and can be readily cooked with just warm water or milk. Prepare oats as healthy breakfast for kids and your family. Oats can also be a staple as healthy breakfast for weight loss. Simply swirl in your choice of milk, kefir, yogurt, honey, maple syrup for breakfast flavors you can quickly customize.

Although the origin of oats isn't certain, these once considered weeds were found growing across Europe, Asia and America and are here to stay thanks to their hardiness on the field and versatility in the kitchen. Oats does many wonders for your health: it’s high in soluble fiber, supports weight loss, promotes good digestion and stabilizes blood sugar.



healthy options muesli

If you're a maven for muesli, thank Swiss physician Dr. Maximillian Bircher-Benner for his creativity in the kitchen and thought of mixing together grains, fruits, seeds and nuts. It’s more than your average bowl of cereal, not only is it high in fiber and a good source of healthy fats, it also gives energy and improves digestion.

Simply mix muesli with milk, yogurt or honey for your much-awaited breakfast. If you’re not a fan of the crunch, soak it in milk overnight for a breakfast that’s creamier than crunchy. A sprinkle of muesli on top of the likes of muffins and fudge also make it a delightful not-so-secret ingredient. 



healthy options flaxseeds

Dating back thousands of years ago, most especially well known in Ancient Egypt but originated in the Mediterranean region, flax is one of the world’s oldest crops as it was cultivated since the beginning of civilization.

Flaxseeds are extremely high in omega-3 fatty acids, and they also have a deliciously nutty and toasty flavor. One of the best ways to eat flaxseeds for breakfast is to try them in cereals, yogurt, or homemade granola.

Have no time to prepare in the morning? Pop the flax seeds into a wide jar with some coconut milk the night before, leave to swell in the fridge, and they’re ready to serve the next day.



Healthy Options Chia Seeds, Oats, Muesli, and Flaxseeds are manufactured in a certified gluten-free facility, and free from food additives, preservatives, and the top 8 allergens (peanuts, nuts, milk, egg, soy, wheat, fish, and shell fish).

These are recommended not only for those who have gluten intolerance, gluten sensitivity, Celiac disease, wheat allergies, and other daily dietary challenges, but also for those looking out to eat healthier and wholesome meals. Eating gluten-free food helps to improve cholesterol levels, promote digestive health, and increase energy levels. To learn more about the benefits of a gluten-free diet, check this article.