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7 Breakfast Recipes Under 400 Calories

Update Date: Jun 10, 2016 06:00 AM EDT

Breakfast meals literally mean to "break your fast." This time of the day is also a great way to introduce high-energy but low calorie breakfast recipes that can help start the day.

1. Avocado Toast

If you're not really a morning person but you need to get up anyway, preparing something as simple like avocado toast might be for you. It's basically just made up of two ingredients and a little prep so you can have a filling breakfast that is low-calorie and delicious. This recipe from Sacramento Street is only 365 calories.

2. Overnight Oats with Berries

This recipe from Live and Diet takes a bit of preparation the night before. Overnight oats are trending among foodies and health enthusiasts, so why not make your own? This tantalizing and berry-fruitful dish is only 235 calories.

3. Peanut Butter and Jelly Waffle-Wich

Can't decide whether to have waffles or a sandwich? Get both! Upgrade your old peanut butter and jelly sandwich by getting waffles as your "bread" instead. This recipe from Cait's Plate recommends adding fresh fruit to add a touch of color for only 385 calories.

4. Banana and Peanut Butter Smoothie

Some people just aren't breakfast persons and that's okay. Aside from coffee, a breakfast smoothie can be a simple alternative to food. This recipe from the Chubby Vegetarian is only under 400 calories. It is important to use frozen bananas as this substitutes the dairy for those who are lactose intolerant. The outcome? A smooth and delicious breakfast smoothie that can be brought on the go.

5. Baked Eggs with Spinach and Cheese

For some people, breakfast isn't complete without eggs. This recipe from Sugar Free Mom takes regular sunny-side up eggs to the next level with parmesan cheese and fresh spinach. The egg sandwich can be eaten on its own or supplied with various fresh fruits or oatmeal.

6. Peanut Butter Energy Bars

If you're someone who loves sleep and would love to just have something on the go for when you walk out the door, peanut butter energy bars is the answer. This recipe from Get Inspired Everyday can be made beforehand. While packaged bars are readily available, making your own ensures that you know what you're putting inside your body - and that is the energizing goodness of peanuts and dates.

7. Breakfast Rolls

This recipe from Home Cooking Memories is a great idea for making breakfast in the morning. Furthermore, it is versatile enough that you can substitute whatever food you have on hand. You can either have eggs, cheese, leftover meat, veggies or all. It's up to you!

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