Healthy Breakfast Fruit Recipe

If your breakfast consists of a cup of coffee and a banana, you’re missing the mark. The importance of the morning meal can be found in the word itself -- it “breaks the fast” and replenishes your body with energy and nutrients after a long night’s sleep. Understanding the components of a healthy breakfast is crucial for building a better breakfast -- and while fruit is a healthy choice, it shouldn’t be the only food that fills your empty stomach.

When it comes to healthy breakfast fruits, the options are endless. Good news, breakfast lovers, wake up to a delicious and nutritious breakfast - Low-fat yogurt dresses up this tasty fruit cup.  Though no need to limit those delicious dishes to the morning hours. 

Fruit’s Benefits

Fruit is packed with vitamins and minerals, which help keep the body functioning at its optimal level. The sweet treats are also filled with fiber, which helps promote normal digestive patterns and contributes to lower cholesterol levels. When choosing fruit, select fresh or unsweetened frozen varieties when possible. Although canned fruits will suffice in a pinch, they tend to be a bit higher in sugar and sodium. Some fruit juices are also filled with sugar and sodium, so always check the nutrition label before gulping a glass.
Healthy Breakfast Fruit

Makes 4 servings.  ½ cup per serving. 
Prep time: 5 minutes


2 oranges, peeled,  seeded, and sliced into bite-size pieces 
1 medium banana, peeled and sliced 
1 tablespoon raisins 
1⁄3 cup low-fat vanilla yogurt 
½ teaspoon ground cinnamon

In a small bowl,  combine fruit. 
Divide fruit equally into 4 bowls. 
Put a rounded tablespoon of low-fat yogurt over fruit in each bowl, and sprinkle equal amounts of ground cinnamon before serving. 

Nutrition information per serving:  Calories 81, Carbohydrate 19 g,  Dietary Fiber 2 g, Protein 2 g, Total Fat 0 g, Saturated Fat 0 g, Trans Fat 0 g,  Cholesterol 1 mg, Sodium 14 mg.
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