2. Whole-grain Cereal
The right cereal is always a great option for breakfast, whether hot or cold. A bowl of low-sugar and high fiber cereal can be mixed with skimmed milk and enjoyed early in the morning or you can also heat plain oatmeal.
Kennedy also approves this when he says that nothing can beat a steel-cut oats when it comes to whole-grain cereal. “They are full of minerals, vitamins and fiber and are a great base for diabetes-friendly and a healthy breakfast”, says Kennedy.
One serving can be equal to half a cup and has 15 grams of carbs in it. But you should be careful with what you add to it and the use of sugar and butter should be limited. Topping with fresh fruits or fat-free milk can do. You can also use any sugar substitute to sweeten it.
3. Muffin Parfait
For another easy and quick breakfast option, just halve a high-fiber or whole-grain muffin.
Try to get the muffin with at least 3 grams of fiber and 30 grams of carbohydrates in it.
By topping it with a dollop of low-fat yogurt and covering it with berries, your delicious and full of energy breakfast will be ready.