Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and it’s even more so for diabetics. If you’re looking for some tasty breakfast options that are diabetic-friendly yet hearty enough to keep your blood sugar levels stable, these three best breakfast recipes should do the trick! The spinach scramble recipe has been given as an example with full details on how to make it. You can also make mango shrikhand by adding cardamom powder in boiled & chilled milk followed by blending well till a smooth paste is obtained. Finally, oats Pongal will be prepared after soaking oats in water for about 10 minutes then straining out excess water before cooking them until all liquid evaporates completely where ghee or butter could be added if desired along with cashews & almonds.
Spinach Scramble Recipe
The spinach scramble recipe is an easy, quick, and delicious breakfast option for all those who love spinach. The best part of this dish is that it doesn’t require any special skills or expertise in cooking. All you need to do is follow some simple steps and there you go with a healthy, wholesome meal ready in a jiffy! What’s more, here’s the recipe to make it.
- Spinach leaves, 1 bunch (finely chopped)
- Turmeric powder, ¼ tsp
- Cumin seeds, ½ tsp (roasted and crushed into powder form)
- Salt, as per taste
- Black pepper, as per taste
- Sugar/honey/sweetener of your choice (optional)
Heat oil in a pan on medium flame. Add cumin seeds and let them sizzle for a few seconds. Now add turmeric powder and saute for 2 minutes. Add spinach leaves along with salt & black pepper powder to it and cook till all the water evaporates completely. Add crushed cumin seeds and mix well. Serve hot with shaped bread toast or paranthas.
Mango Shrikhand Recipe
- Whole milk, 1 cup (boiled and chilled)
- Sugar/honey/sweetener of your choice, 3-4 tbsp to taste
- Cardamom powder, 1 pinch
This is one of the most popular and the best breakfast recipes for diabetics. Its preparation is quite simple. Put sugar in a blender and add boiled & chilled milk to it. Add cardamom powder and blend well till a smooth paste is obtained. Keep it in the refrigerator for about 10 minutes so that set & thicken the mixture. Now the dish is ready, serve chilled with any Indian breakfast like parantha or poori. You can also have it as a dessert after the meal.
3) Oats Pongal Recipe
- Oats, 1 cup
- Water, 4 cups
- Salt, as per taste
- Ghee or butter, ½ tsp (optional)
Soak oats in water for about 10 minutes. Strain out the excess water and put it back on low flame. Add salt to it and cook till all the water evaporates completely. Serve hot by adding ghee or butter if you are not watching your weight. You can also garnish with cashews & almonds for added flavor & crunchiness. Now enjoy your sumptuous breakfast.