This Oatmeal Medley Is All You Need For A High-Fibre Breakfast
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No matter if you are on a diet or not, breakfast is one thing that is important to stay healthy. A wholesome breakfast is crucial for a strong start to the day. As the first meal of the day, breakfast tends to set the tone for the rest of the day. This is why experts suggest having a high-power breakfast with a good balance of all essential macro-nutrients, that may keep you energised for the rest of the day. On the other hand, a morning meal with too many greasy or oily foods may end up making you feel lazy, sluggish and can even give you a feeling of indigestion. While there is no single set breakfast that everyone should follow, nor are there any set rules for a healthy breakfast that works for everyone, but all experts suggest a healthy mix of essential macro-nutrients and micro-nutrients in breakfast meals. 

The Recipe For A Healthy Breakfast 

When you speak of breakfast, there appears to be some foods that are commonly eaten as breakfast across the world. Cereals, eggs, fruits, and certain dairy products and fruits. Speaking of cereals, oats have emerged to be one of the most nutritious and healthy options that many fitness enthusiasts vouch for. So is a bowl of curd, along with some fresh fruits. And these three make for one wholesome meal, that is enough to fill you up with essential nutrients for the day. And our quick and easy breakfast recipe combines all three foods in delicious medley of nutrition. 

Oats, yogurt and fruits for breakfast, here's why: 

1. Oats 

A high-fibre and high-protein breakfast cereal, oats have garnered the attention of experts all across the world for being an ideal first meal of the day. This is because it not only helps you keep your blood sugar levels optimal, but its low-calorie content can also help in healthy weight loss.  

2. Yogurt 

A perfect balance of probiotics with a healthy dose of calcium and protein, yogurt is a portion of health besides being a low-calorie food.  

3. Fruits 

Packed with fibre, antioxidants and phytochemicals, whole fruits make for a great breakfast option. Fruit juices too are full of micro-nutrients, all of which are important to fight inflammation in the body. 

Our recipe of oats, yogurt and fruit medley is both healthy as well as delicious. Its refreshing flavours are sure to get you hooked, and you’ll never go back to the breads too!  

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1 tbsp oats 

1/2 cup juice (any fresh juice of a non-pulpy fruit like apple or pineapple) 

1 tsp cinnamon powder (optional) 

2 tbsp flavoured yogurt 

2 tbsp fruits, chopped 

1/2 tbsp nuts (coarsely crushed, roasted) 

1/2 tbsp raisins 

1/2 tbsp honey 


. Put oats and juice in a microwave proof bowl, cook for 2-3 minutes. 

. Once cooked, stir in a little more juice if it is too thick. 

. Add and mix in some cinnamon powder if you are using. Refrigerate the cooked oats. 

. Now take a tall glass jar, start layering the ingredients. Start with oats and add them at the bottom, flatten and level with a spoon. 

. Layer up raisins along with some fruit. 

. Now comes the yogurt and some more fruit followed by nuts and some more raisins if you like. 

. Lastly, drizzle over the honey. Chill in the fridge for a bit before serving.