Published at Saturday, June 16th, 2018 - 05:39:09 AM. healthy breakfast for kids. By alfat.
Excerpt from healthy breakfast for diabetics :
1. Classic Whole Grain Oatmeal
Photo by: Starbucks
By most standards the oatmeal, which is high in fiber and low in sodium and saturated fat and contains no added sugar, is the healthiest breakfast item on Starbucks' menu — it also happens to be one of the best tasting. The oatmeal has a slightly nutty flavor and a great texture that's a combo of toothsome and creamy — not mushy! — thanks, presumably, to the fact that it's a blend of old-fashioned and steel-cut oats. Add the packets of nuts and fruit for a flavor and nutrition boost, but skip the brown sugar to keep it extra healthy. A splash of milk is a nice addition too.
2. Egg and Cheddar Breakfast Sandwich
Photo by: Kathryn Barnard Photography / Starbucks
Sometimes you just have to scratch that egg sandwich itch, and this classic egg and cheddar on an English muffin is a pretty good way to do it. Sure, the "wheat muffin" is only made with part whole wheat flour (the rest is white flour — tricky!), but it clocks in at a fairly modest 280 calories and has less sodium than all of Starbucks' other breakfast sandwiches. This is our favorite pick when we want whole eggs, not egg whites.
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