Strawberries With Breakfast? Try These Easy and Yummy Breakfast Ideas

Best ideas to get you looking forward to breakfast again

strawberry breakfast ideas

If you are searching for a tasty morning meal, these strawberry breakfast ideas are exactly what you need. 

Eating a delicious and healthy breakfast is a good kick start for your day.

Strawberries are luscious, beautiful fruits that can be eaten raw, frozen, or cooked. Nutritionally, strawberries contain low calories, high in fiber and antioxidants. 

You get to enjoy more strawberries from the mid-year up to late winter.

Moreover, people love to use strawberries to make sorbets, jams, smoothies, salads, and jello. 

1. Granola with strawberries and yogurt

Rolled oats, puffed rice, dried nuts, and honey were combined to make a healthy breakfast cereal called granola.

Granola is calorie-dense, and it contains protein, fiber, vitamins B and E, and magnesium, copper, zinc, and selenium.

Note that its nutritional value varies depending on the ingredients you put in your granola cereal recipe. 

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To make your granola more exciting and refreshing, you add chopped strawberries and have everything soaked with Greek yogurt.

When serving, top it with more strawberries and a few pieces of mint leaves. 

A serving of this breakfast will give you approximately 230 calories, 27 grams of carbohydrates, 8 grams of protein, and 9 grams of fat.

2. Strawberry oatmeal muffins

Breakfast, snack, or dessert, turn your ordinary oatmeal breakfast muffins with a sweet touch of strawberries!

Oats and buttermilk were soaked together at a given time before the rest of the baking ingredients were added.

The strawberries are added and folded once you have a nice, smoothly combined batter mixture.

The batter is scooped out into the muffin tin and baked until it is ready. The best thing about muffins, you can refrigerate or freeze them!

With that, you can have another taste of strawberry oatmeal muffin the next morning. You’ll just have to reheat it in the oven.

A piece of this strawberry breakfast muffin approximately gives you 145 calories, 23g of carbohydrates, 2g of protein, and 5g of fat. 

3. Gluten-free skinny strawberry pancakes 

Enjoy gluten-free pancakes with a combination of almond and oats powder instead of wheat flour!

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If you can find some almond flour oat flour at the grocery store, good for you. If not, you can make almond and oat powder at home! 

Just blend almonds, nuts, oats, and sugar into a fine powder.

And then, to finish the batter, you’ll add egg whites, fat-free cottage cheese, honey, salt, vanilla and almond extract, and baking powder.

Pour a small scoop of batter onto the greased and heated griddled and cook it the pancake way until it is done. 

Serve them with whipped cream and top it with sliced fresh strawberries.

A piece of this skinny strawberry pancake will give you approximately 317 calories, 23 grams of carbohydrates, 18 grams of protein, and 17 grams of fat.

4. Baked oatmeal with banana and strawberries

Have a heavy and nutritiously packed breakfast by baking oatmeal with fresh nuts, bananas, and strawberries! 

This breakfast consists of oats, strawberries, bananas, walnuts, sugar, chocolate, baking powder, salt, and a flavor combination of orange zest and Chinese five-spice.

You can combine all of these ingredients and place them in a baking dish.

And then pour the mixture of milk, butter, egg, and vanilla extract over the oats and fruits before baking to a golden brown. 

If you wish for a lighter version of this dish, you can skip the eggs and use low-fat milk. 

A serving of this breakfast dish will give you 427 calories, 52 grams of carbohydrates, 13g of protein, and 19g of fat.

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5. Strawberry-quinoa bowl

If you’re bored of always having a bowl of oats for breakfast, this is one of the strawberry breakfast ideas you need to try.

Quinoa is known for being a gluten-free, nutrient-dense food containing a high biological value protein.

Hence, it will be a great breakfast bowl for vegans and people with gluten intolerance. 

Let’s mix it with strawberry, hemp seed milk, sliced berries, and almonds to make it more interesting. 

This breakfast dish needs strawberry milk, cooked quinoa, nuts, and fruit toppings.

You start making the strawberry milk by blending hemp seeds, water, strawberries, and maple syrup.

Once done, the strawberry milk is poured into a bowl of cooked quinoa. Lastly, you add the nuts and fruit toppings before serving it.

A serving of this breakfast bowl will give you approximately 349 calories, 45g of carbohydrates, 14g of protein, and 14g of fat.

6. Strawberry tarts

Looking for a breakfast pastry this time?

Have some pieces of strawberry tarts! If you know about apple tarts, you can use the same pie crust recipe for your strawberry tart.

Or, you can find recipes that do not require chilling the crust at all. Before jumping to make these, make sure you already have some strawberry jam.

This is needed for your tart’s filling. To make this breakfast tart tastier, add some sweet cream cheese and a little squeeze of lemon to the strawberry filling

A serving or a piece of strawberries breakfast tart will give you approximately 140 calories, 29 grams of carbohydrates, 2 grams of protein, and 3 grams of fat.

Takeaway

Strawberries are irresistible, and they are loved by all ages. It is a nutritious fruit that is packed with fiber and antioxidants. Try these strawberry breakfast ideas and let us know.

Aside from the examples mentioned earlier, there are more strawberry breakfast recipes for you to explore. 

(Registered Nutritionist-Dietitian)

Dorothy is a Registered Nutritionist-Dietitian and a candidate for a master's degree in Public Health (MPH) major in Public Health Nutrition. She has a passion for teaching to her university students about food, nutrition, and health. Dorothy is a coffee lover and she enjoys traveling, writing, cycling, running, cooking, baking, and cooking.