Healthy Breakfast Recipes are really important when you’re trying to follow a healthy eating plan. As someone who has had bariatric surgery, finding breakfast recipes ideas after gastric bypass can be challenging at times.
Healthy Breakfast Recipes For Gastric Bypass Patients
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. With that being said, having a gastric bypass surgery can make it hard to eat much of anything. So, we have found our perfect healthy breakfast recipes just for you!
The Gracious Pantry
This recipe uses overnight oats. Overnight oats are a simple way to have breakfast ready and waiting for you in the morning.
The Primal Desire
Avocado, lime, salt, and eggs…what could be any better? This omelet is nutritious, delicious, and super easy to make. One bite and you’ll be making this for breakfast every day of the week.
Still only able to eat liquids and very small portions? Don’t worry, these breakfast popsicles are made with yogurt, fruit and chia seeds for a healthy breakfast on the go.
The Gracious Pantry
Fritters are the perfect food for those of us that tend to not make it to the grocery store in a timely fashion. However, these fritters aren’t your traditional fritters. They are lower in calories and fat making them the perfect go to breakfast option.
Make this dish overnight so you aren’t spending time making it in the morning. If you are anything like me, you have to prep your meals when you are feeling good.
More Healthy Breakfast Recipes that are Bariatric Friendly
Casseroles are always a great breakfast option. You can simply prep it the night before and finish it in the morning. It really helps take the big steps out of making breakfast.
Spinach is my number one go too veggie for breakfast. It’s like eggs and spinach are just made to go together. Fill little muffin trays for an egg muffin to go.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but may get kind of boring. These cinnamon apples are sure to spice up your day as well as your taste buds.
The Primal Desire
Who knew there was such a thing as banana flour? What I have learned is you can turn almost anything into a flour. These banana flour waffles are delicious, nutritious, and low carb.
Here’s another delicious and nutritious option. Pancakes are one of my favorite breakfast foods, but with gastric bypass, I can’t have the traditional ones. These are all I need.
Gastric Bypass Breakfast Ideas For Bariatric Patients
The Minimalist Baker
Peanut butter is packed full of protein. These PB& J bites are full of protein, energy, and they taste delicious. You can whip a batch up and have them for several days.
Eggs and mushrooms are definitely a low carb option. However, if you are like me, you can only eat the same thing so many days in a row. This souffle omelette with mushrooms adds a fresh twist.
When you don’t feel well, you don’t want to stand at the stove top making sure your eggs don’t burn. This recipe is great because you can just throw it in the oven and pop a squat.
Breakfast pizza has always been one of my favorites. However, it is packed full of carbs. The great thing about this recipe is that it is low carb, but still delicious.
Pesto and goat cheese…I am already sold! When it comes to eating healthy, you just can’t find anything any healthier than eggs, veggies, and cheese.
Other Bariatric Foods to Try
If you liked those breakfast recipes, you may like some of our other gastric bypass recipes. Check them out below!
- High Protein Air Fryer Salmon Cakes
- Vegetable Cucumber Bites
- Chicken & Broccoli Stir Fry
- Bariatric Friendly Parsnip Soup
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About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has studied nutrition for children and has also taught cooking skills to adults. Angela loves to share family meals and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!