1 large egg, boiled: 100 caloriesTotal calories = 100 Boiled egg is a great treat for breakfast. Egg is packed full of protein and will keep you full until lunch time. Hard boiled or soft and gooey in the centre, this low-calorie breakfast is so simple to make. Sprinkle some salt pepper on top and it's ready to be enjoyed!
�tsp honey: 10 calories25g porridge oats: 89 caloriesWater: n/aPinch of cinnamon: n/a Total calories = 99 caloriesPorridge 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!
1 medium egg: 78 calories60g fresh spinach: 16 caloriesTotal calories = 94An 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.
1tbsp sultanas: 42 calories 3tbsp fat-free Greek yogurt: 24 calories4 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 from the 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.