Breakfast ideas under 100 calories - Slimming Solutions

Breakfast ideas under 100 calories

Breakfast is, after-all, the most important meal of the day so why not make it a delicious one, and under 100 calories too!


Kiwi, Greek yogurt and blueberrieskiwi
1 chopped kiwi: 42 calories
3tbsp fat-free Greek yogurt: 24 calories
50g blueberries: 29 calories

Total calories = 95

A few tablespoons of yogurt, a handful of blueberries and some chopped up kiwi can go a long way to make this a sweet start to the day. It’s really low in calories but not in flavour! Combine everything together in a bowl or blitz in a food processor for a simple yogurt smoothie on the go!




Boiled egg
1 large egg, boiled: 100 calories

Total calories = 100

Boiled eggs are a yummy treat for breakfast. Egg is packed full of protein and will keep you full until lunch time. Hard boiled or soft and runny in the centre, this low-calorie breakfast is so simple to make. Sprinkle some salt pepper on top and it’s ready to be devoured!


Bread and honeybread-honey
1 slice of wholemeal bread from small loaf: 55 calories
2tsp honey: 40 calories

Total calories = 95

If you’re counting the calories and are craving something sweet for breakfast, spread some honey on a slice of warm toasted wholemeal bread – it’s light and delicious all-in-one! The sweet flavour of the honey and the softness of the bread work really well together and it’s much lighter than most toast toppings.




Breakfast is the most important meal of the day; why not make it a delicious one!


Scrambled egg and mushrooms
1x medium egg: 78 calories
100g fresh mushrooms chopped: 13 calories

Total calories = 91

Scrambled egg is ideal for breakfast, as the protein in the egg will keep you feeling full until lunch time – avoid adding milk and/or butter and make with only one egg. Mixed with a handful of fresh mushrooms, this combo gives the eggs more texture and flavour and bulks it out a bit – plus it counts towards your 5-a-day.


Sultanas, Greek yogurt and almonds
1tbsp sultanas: 42 calories
3tbsp fat-free Greek yogurt: 24 calories
4 whole almonds with skin crushed: 28 calories

Total calories = 94

Add some crunch to your Greek yogurt with this 5:2 diet breakfast recipe by adding crushed almonds and sweet bursts of flavour with sultanas. The almonds are full of natural fats which are good for the body and have a slow energy release to keep you fuller for longer.


300g watermelon: 96 calories

Total calories: 96

Freshly prepared chunks of watermelon are a great way to start the day. Plenty of flavour, a light and sweet bite and only 96 calories per 300g too! Packed with natural sugars, eating watermelon is much better than reaching for a cereal bar.







Banana and honey
½tsp honey: 10 calories
1 small banana: 89 calories

Total calories = 99

Slice your banana into chunks – it will make it last longer. Drizzle with honey and turn this snack into a delicious breakfast. If you want to try something new, mash up your banana and warm in the microwave, top with honey and enjoy!




Spinach omelette
1 medium egg: 78 calories
60g fresh spinach: 16 calories

Total calories = 94

An omelette is a great choice for breakfast. Protein-packed egg and spinach, which is rich in iron – what more could you want? Crack and whisk the egg in a cup and then add to a small non-stick frying pan. Wait until the bottom of the omelette is cooked and then top with spinach and grill. Salt, pepper and some herbs will add some flavour to the egg.



Mixed berries, apricot and Greek yogurt
50g raspberries: 19 calories
3tbsp fat-free Greek yogurt: 24 calories
50g strawberries: 16 calories
50g blackberries: 20 calories
1 fresh apricot: 17 calories

Total calories = 96

This is the perfect ways to make your yogurt last longer and add some sweet flavour to it too. Topped with berries and fresh segments of apricot, you can enjoy all these fruits together for a hearty breakfast that will keep you satisfied.


½tsp honey: 10 calories
25g porridge oats: 89 calories
Water: n/a
Pinch of cinnamon: n/a

Total calories = 99 calories

Porridge is a great way to start the day. As a slow-energy releasing carb, the oats in this recipe will keep you full. Mixed with water rather than milk to keep the calories down, sweeten with a pinch of cinnamon. You could top your porridge with nuts too but just remember the calorie count!
beans-toastBeans on toast
1 slice of wholemeal bread from small loaf: 55 calories
50g baked beans: 42 calories

Total calories = 97 calories

Yes, you really can have beans on toast! Crusty wholemeal bread toasted and a tin of beans is a low-calorie start to the day. Heat the beans in the microwave and pop the bread in the toaster – quick and simple!






Ham omelette
1 medium egg: 78 calories
1 wafer thin slice of ham: 19 calories

Total calories = 97

Rustle up a mini ham omelette in just 5 mins! Whisk the egg in a cup and pour onto a small hot pan. Add in the chopped up ham slice – the smaller you cut the ham the more you can spread the flavour through the omelette. This protein-full breakfast will keep you happy until lunch time.


Breakfast should never be skipped and now you really have no reason to.


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