Yogurt With Strawberry and Almond-Buckwheat Groats
Greek yogurt is a very adaptable component of the Mediterranean diet that is full of health benefits and perfect for breakfast. Top with freshly sliced strawberries and toasted buckwheat groats rather than granola for a less sweet version of parfait.
Spinach and Artichoke Frittata
It might be overwhelming to begin a new dietary regimen at times. Meal prep is one thing that is beneficial! Prepare meal components (such grains) to have them ready ahead of time and freeze parts of finished dishes (like this one!) so you only need to reheat them.
Citrus-Spiced Overnight Oats
Can one follow a Mediterranean diet and eat oatmeal? Indeed! Choose to prepare on the burner or to leave the heavy lifting to your refrigerator overnight. Just before you eat, top oats with toasted nuts and fresh fruit.
Spinach and Lemon Hummus Egg Wraps
Turn eggs into protein-packed wrappers that you can load with herbaceous bulgur rather of making an omelet or scramble. Lemony hummus and heirloom tomatoes.
Strawberry-Thyme Millet Bowl
Nutrient-dense ancient grains, such as millet, quinoa, and farro, are staples of the Mediterranean diet. For a healthy dose of nutrients to keep you full and focused all morning, try millet first thing in the morning, topped with jammy roasted strawberries and herbs.
Blueberry Smoothie Bowl
The following justifies picking up a bowl during your next smoothie preparation: You may increase the amount of protein, healthy fats, vitamins, minerals, and fiber in your morning meal by adding sliced almonds, hemp seeds, and fresh fruit to this blueberry smoothie.
A meal of tabbouleh made primarily of cauliflower may not seem like your usual breakfast fare, but it's a filling, vegetable-focused way to start the day. Increase the amount of protein to make it a full meal by adding chickpeas, a fried egg, or chicken sausage.