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4 Ideas for a Healthier Easter Breakfast and Brunch

With Easter quickly approaching, it is likely that many of you have already started deciding on your Eastern breakfast and brunch menu. The Pathway Genomics family has started planning the menu as well and it is going to be a healthy, vegetarian affair for us.

So, while Easter is all about tasty chocolate eggs. Let’s try something new this year and give your traditional Easter breakfast a healthier twist. Here are a few recipes that you can try this year on Easter.

1. Warm Spring Vegetables

If you are looking for something superquick, easy, and nutritious, this might be the preferred choice for you as the dish can be prepared within 25 minutes. Containing courgettes, lemon juice, asparagus, peas, beans, and extra virgin olive oil, this healthy breakfast will give you the boost you need to have an energetic, fun-filled Easter.

Calories: 63 Calories
Contains 4g fiber, 4g protein, and only 2g fat

2. Crispy Layered Thyme Potatoes

An impressive dish to be served with Easter brunch, this dish is made up of thinly sliced potatoes oven baked with thyme leaves, rock salt, and butter. While the dish requires more effort, it is rich in flavors and makes a perfect choice for Easter brunch.

Calories: 440 Calories
Contains 7g proteins, 6g fiber, and 55g carbs

3. Gingery Compote Crunch

This quick and crunchy dessert makes the perfect sweet treat for Easter breakfast. Quick and easy to prepare, Gingery Compote Crunch is a vegetarian dessert made using Bramley apples, apricot, ginger jam, crunch oat cereal, and pine nut. You can view the complete recipe here.

Calories: 421 Calories
Contains 5g fiber, 9g protein, and 60g carbs

4. Falafel Scotch Eggs

A perfect dish for Easter, Falafel Scotch Eggs is a health vegetarian disk that is made up of eggs coated in spiced and herbed chickpeas. While the paste used to coat the eggs contains onion, garlic, chickpeas, and coriander leaves, you can experiment and add your favorite herbs and spices.

Calories: 404 Calories
Contains 15g protein, 5g fiber, and 29g carbs

These are the recipes that we are going to try this Easter. Are you going to trying new, healthier options or create culinary masterpieces of your own? Share your inventions with us on our Facebook page.

Happy Easter!