5 Ideas For A Healthy Wedding Day Breakfast

A healthy and tasty breakfast is a great way to kick-start your big day. It is a very important meal that should give you much-needed energy and help you to look contented while walking down the aisle.

You can have a big breakfast rich in vitamins, proteins, carbohydrates and fibre, or just a light morning meal that will keep you going until lunchtime. Since your skin and hair need hydration, don’t forget to drink water or herbal tea with your breakfast, while a tasty fruit smoothie or Greek yoghurt can be a great alternative.


Cereals are a fantastic choice for your wedding day breakfast as they are a great source of fibre. A tasty muesli full of nuts and seeds is the perfect option and you can add fresh berries which will not only enhance the taste but also add nutritional value. You can mix cereals with skimmed milk or yoghurt and professional nutritionists suggest Greek yoghurt as the healthiest option since it is packed with calcium and proteins. Chia seeds are also a great addition to your morning cereals as they are a great source of Omega 3 as well as fibre, protein, calcium, manganese and magnesium.


If you prefer a light meal in the morning, you can start your day with an energising smoothie made from delicious fresh fruit. A combination of berries and banana is a great mixture, but you can also blend together your favourite fruit with yoghurt. To make this simple breakfast more nutritious, add a spoonful of chia seeds and if you want to add a delicious ingredient that will make you feel fuller, why not include some peanut butter in the mix.


Oatmeal is a very healthy option and we think porridge is the ideal choice for your wedding day breakfast. You can sweeten it with raisins and honey or add delicious berries to it. Banana is a fabulous addition to porridge as well because it is a great source of resistant starch, which can keep you feeling fuller for longer. If you love pancakes for breakfast, you can make a scrumptious topping from oatmeal and honey or maple syrup. Another great way to include oatmeal in your breakfast is to add it to your cereals.


Toast can be a healthy breakfast too, especially if you choose wholegrain bread packed with fibre and pick a healthy topping. Honey and banana is a delightful healthy combination, especially if you prefer to have a sweet breakfast, but you can also make a delicious savoury spread. We love toast with mashed avocado seasoned with salt, pepper, olive oil and lemon juice, but you can also have it with a slice of salmon and a slice of cheese.


Eggs are a great choice if you want a big breakfast that will keep you feeling full until lunchtime. They are a good source of protein and Vitamin D and there are many different recipes to choose from. You can make poached eggs and eat them with wholegrain toast, or prepare a delicious omelette with cheese and tomatoes.

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