12 Quick And Easy Raw Food Breakfast Ideas

Healthy and easy options to make the most important day of the meal super tasty.

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Breakfast should be the most important and heavy meal of the day. But, with late nights and hectic work schedules, you might not have enough rest, time, or energy to be able to prepare it on time. However, rather than skipping it altogether, you should at least try making yourself a raw food breakfast instead! Breakfast should be eaten within two hours of waking up and that is enough time to grab a fresh fruit bowl or relish on some freshly made green smoothie! Not only are these quick and easy to make but super-healthy as well! Now that’s a win-win both ways, isn’t it? Read on to learn more about such healthy and convenient raw food breakfast ideas to keep you energized throughout the day!

1. Marinated Skewers:

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These are a great way to start the day. Marinated skewers are vibrant and delicious, making them perfect for any kind of breakfast. These are so simple to make that all you need are skewers and chunks of fresh organic fruits like bananas, strawberries, pineapples, apples, grapes, kiwis, or whatever other fruit you like.

For the marinade, mix grated ginger and lemon juice, then add maple syrup. Cover and coat the skewered fruit with the marinade at night to enjoy a fine breakfast in the morning. Leaving them in the fridge overnight allows the fruit to absorb the intense taste of the marinade.

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You can also make an easier version of this recipe by cutting up three to five seasonal fruits and tossing them in a bowl with a pinch of salt and lemon juice.

2. Banana And Walnut Bread:

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To make this banana and walnut bread, you will need a cup of walnuts, 3 chopped bananas and a teaspoon of vanilla extract. Add it all in a food processor and take it out once it has comes together like dough. Put the mixture in a bowl and add some raisins to it. Once that’s done, prepare little one inch thick bread slices with the dough, and leave them in a food dehydrator through the night.

The classic banana bread recipes are very different from this little wonder. And apart from its health aspect, it is also filling and fit to energize. It is a great way to fuel up in the mornings and can be eaten on the go as well.

3. Raw Oats Muesli:

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Oats fight cholesterol and build stronger immunity, so you’ll want to have a healthy serving of raw oats muesli in the morning. Prepare some flaked sprouted oats and add half a cup of them to a bowl, and then some milk (or nut milk made from nuts like almond), cinnamon, diced fruit, and chopped nuts. Top it off with some chia seeds and maple syrup or raw honey for sweetness. Stir it together and enjoy the delicious breakfast.

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You can also add honey, agave syrup, stevia, brown sugar, or molasses for added sweetness.

4. Banana And Chocolate Smoothie:

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This is another quick fix that’s definitely healthy and filling, but tastes like dessert! Chop 3 bananas and pop them in a blender with a couple of tablespoons of cocoa powder and a cup of nut milk. Blend till creamy and smooth. To chill it, you could add ice or pop it in the freezer till you are ready for your power shake. Vegans can opt for dairy-free milk, like almond milk or nuts milk while vegetarians can have it with any milk.

5. Raw Egg Protein Shake:

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Raw eggs can give you salmonella, but not if you pick healthy alternatives. Blend one-third of a cup of yogurt, a quarter cup of fresh fruits, 1 egg (pasteurizing eggs will kill any bacteria in them and are much safer to use). Blend for about 15 – 20 seconds for a smooth shake. Drink it immediately, and if you don’t finish it right away, refrigerate it. Leaving it out will spoil it.

Eggs have loads of benefits as they are rich in Vitamin B12 that is required to break down carbohydrates and protein. The other vitamins and minerals in eggs help repair and protect body cells and distribute good amounts of calcium to keep the teeth and bones strong.

6. Breakfast Bites:

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The estimated time to make this is less than 5 minutes! Simply slice bananas and cover them in butter (nut butter that is), sprinkle some finely chopped nuts and finally add raisins. You don’t even need a bowl, as you can eat them as you make them.

7. Cinnamon Rolls:

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Cinnamon rolls, without the cooking, are a dream come true. You can indulge in gooey goodness without the guilt, because they lack processed sugars and fats. Cut thin slices of a banana and blend some raisins, dates and a hint of cinnamon. Coat the banana slices with the blend. You can then dehydrate them or eat them as they are with more cinnamon and some icing.

8. Fruit Tacos:

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You can use a taco shell for this or make them yourself with romaine lettuce leaves. For the filling, slice fruits like strawberries, bananas, and pineapples. For a glaze, you can use dark chocolate, pineapple chunks, and dried figs.

9. Banana Cookies:

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Make a batch of some lovely banana cookies that you can eat every morning. It’s very simple, and again, there is no need for baking. Mix in a bowl sliced bananas, a cup of oats, maple syrup, and raw nut butter. Shape and decorate the mix like cookies with nut flakes and raisins. Dehydrate them till you’re happy with the consistency and store them to consume as breakfast cookies.

10. Breakfast Pudding:

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This pudding is purely fruit and once you get a load of it you’ll never reach for the store bought stuff again. In a food processor, make chunks of 3 dried mango pieces, then throw in half a cup of frozen or fresh mango, 2 sliced bananas and 3 dates. Mix till thick and smooth. Finally, in a bowl, top it off with some fresh fruit and coconut flakes for a yummy breakfast experience.

11. Avocado Open Sandwich

You can make open avocado and tofu toast. Grab whole-grain bread and keep avocado slices on top of it. You can also add tofu chunks to this. Lastly, drizzle some coconut oil mixed with your favorite condiments like thyme and enjoy a healthy breakfast.

12. Fruit Cereal

Create a refreshing and nutritious raw fruit cereal for a quick and easy breakfast. In a bowl, combine a variety of fresh fruits like sliced bananas, berries, chopped mangoes, and kiwis. Add a handful of crunchy elements like granola, nuts, or seeds for added texture and a boost of protein. Drizzle natural sweeteners like honey or maple syrup. Include a dollop of yogurt or almond milk for a creamy texture. Customize your fruit cereal with spices like cinnamon or a sprinkle of chia seeds for added health benefits. This raw fruit cereal offers a delightful mix of flavors while ensuring you get the essential vitamins, fiber, and antioxidants.

Infographic: 5 Simple Raw Food Breakfast Ideas

A wholesome, hearty breakfast sets the mood for the day. But figuring out easy breakfast recipes while dealing with your hectic schedule can be a tiring task. We have rounded up some easy, healthy, and delicious raw food breakfast ideas that can kick-start your day. Check out the infographic below to know more!

5 simple raw food breakfast ideas (infographic)

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Breakfast supplies your body with essential energy and nutrients after a long gap of sleep. Eating raw vegetables and superfoods can help maintain the nutritional value of your diet and aid in weight loss, improve digestion, and offer clearer skin. Consuming unprocessed, natural, and nutrient-rich raw breakfast recipes can be a delicious and easy way to stay energized throughout the day.

Marinated skewers, banana and walnut bread, raw oat muesli, banana and chocolate smoothie, raw egg protein shake, and breakfast bites are the best raw food breakfasts to try. You can also add a few more options to your breakfast lists such as tempeh, sprouts, and herbal tea. Start incorporating them into your diet today.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can vegans eat cereal?

While most cereals are made from animal-derived ingredients, there are plant-based vegan cereals you can try out. Try and consume gluten-free whole grain cereals as they are loaded with nutrients and easy to digest. Pseudo-cereals like quinoa, buckwheat, etc. are also good options in this regard.

How fast can you lose weight on a raw food diet?

This may vary from person to person and depends on several factors. Consult your doctor for further information on the raw food diet.

Can I have a raw food breakfast every day?

Yes, you can have raw food for breakfast every day. Remember to include a variety of fruits, vegetables, protein, and healthy fats in your meals.

Are there any restrictions or foods to avoid when following a raw food breakfast?

While following a raw food for breakfast, it is important to avoid processed and cooked food like bread, cereals, and cooked meat and eggs.

Can I prepare raw food breakfasts in advance?

Yes, you can prepare oats or chia pudding the night before and store it for consumption the next day. You can also prepare fruit salads and vegetable smoothies in large quantities and store them in an airtight container in the freezer.

Can I have a raw food breakfast if I have dietary restrictions or allergies?

Yes, you can still have raw food breakfast if you have dietary restrictions or allergies, but be mindful of the ingredients you use. If you have gluten intolerance, choose gluten-free grains like quinoa or buckwheat. Those with a nut allergy can go for pumpkin and sunflower seeds as a source of protein and healthy fats.

Can I have raw food for breakfast when traveling or eating out?

Yes, you can follow a raw food plan for breakfast even while traveling or eating out. Some restaurants and cafes may offer raw food options, but make sure you research and plan ahead.

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Key Takeaways

  • Fruit breakfasts may be a quick and highly nutritious meal choice for busy mornings.
  • Raw food diets are linked with weight loss and better health.
  • Shakes and pudding are energy-dense recipes to keep you energized through the day.
  • Raw foods like fruit tacos and muesli may prevent bloating and stomach discomfort while providing guilt-free calories.
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Reda Elmardi is a registered dietician, certified nutritionist, and certified strength and conditioning specialist trainer. He has more than 10 years of experience and has been an NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist Trainer since 2015. He shares sports nutrition tips and gives guidance on exercises, sports, and martial arts through his website. Reda is a Brazilian jiu-jitsu brown belt,...read full bio

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