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Ramadan helps foster self-control and discipline, indicating that fasting stretches beyond eating healthy meals. Instead, we are advised to maintain a healthy lifestyle supplemented with a well-balanced diet. Here are some easy-peasy healthy Ramadan breakfast meals you can make at home. Check out these healthy recipes below:

1. Blueberry-Flax Oatmeal

A bowl of blueberry oatmeal is a healthy meal

Oatmeals are widely regarded as a healthy breakfast meal. Couple it with blueberries (or any other berries of your choice) with some almonds, bolsters vital vitamins and minerals to keep you mentally sharp until it is time to feast again. 

Prep time – 15 mins | Cooking – 10 mins | Portion: 1 serving  

Ingredients:

Quaker Whole Rolled Oats
St. Dalfour Wild Blueberry
Marigold-HL-Milk-Low-Fat-Plain-2L
Eva Honey
Radiant Whole Food Organic Flaxseed
NATURE'S WONDERS Baked Almonds
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Instructions: 

  1. Combine the oats, blueberry, vanilla, cinnamon, salt, honey and milk into a small pot.
  2. Boil over high heat before lowering to medium and low heat while stirring for 5 – 6 minutes until a thick consistency is formed and oats are soft.
  3. Remove from heat, add the ground flaxseed and serve with almonds.

2. Grilled Chicken with Herbs

Grilled chicken is a healthy meal to eat during Ramadan.

Equip yourself with well-needed protein, essential for gym junkies and bodybuilders who need those gains. Sides like vegetables and spices like chilli, garlic and lemon juice equate to a balanced and flavourful meal. Get prepping on this healthy recipe below:

Prep time – 15 mins | Cooking – 20 mins | Portion: 4-6 servings

Ingredients:

For grilled chicken:

For vegetables:

Chicken Skinless Boneless Breast
Sunglo-Natural-Low-Fat-Greek-Yoghurt
Garlic
Mccormick White Pepper Ground Spice
Colavita Olive Oil
Mccormick Oregano Dried Leaves 10G
Chicken Skinless Boneless Breast
Sunglo-Natural-Low-Fat-Greek-Yoghurt
Garlic
Mccormick White Pepper Ground Spice
Colavita Olive Oil
Mccormick Oregano Dried Leaves 10G
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Instructions:

  1. Marinate the chicken breast for 2 hours or overnight.
  2. Mix all ingredients in a bowl.
  3. Grill chicken over medium heat for about 6 minutes on each side.
  4. Remove and set on a plate.
  5. Separately, add the vegetables with olive oil, salt and black pepper and cook.
  6. Set with the grilled chicken and serve.

3. Bubur Lambuk

Eat bubur lambuk for Ramadan.

Filling yourself for the day does not mean stuffing yourself to the brim, but eating moderately and light. Porridge (bubur) is a light meal that helps ease your way into other heavier meals, essential in avoiding indigestions and discomforts.

Prep time – 20 mins | Cooking – 20 mins | Portion – 4-5 serving

Ingredients:

Garnish:

  • 20g dried shallots
  • 15g parsley (chopped)
  • 15g spring onions (chopped)
  • 10g red chilli (chopped)
Jasmine Sunwhite AAA Special Rice
Chicken Thigh
Yellow Onion
Ginger-Young
M&S Coconut Milk Uht
SAJI Cooking Oil
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Instructions:

  1. Heat cooking oil and ghee.
  2. Saute the garlic, onion, ginger, star anise, cinnamon, cardamom, clove and coriander until aromatic.
  3. Add in the rice with water into a pot and bring to boil. Stir occasionally until rice is soft and becomes porridge.
  4. Add the chicken and cook until soft and tender. 
  5. Add the coconut milk and sprinkle salt.
  6. Stir until thickens and serve with garnish.

There you have it, 3 simple but immensely healthy Ramadan recipes meals to keep you going throughout Ramadan. But keep them to yourself, share this meal with your loved one for a healthy Ramadan meal this year.

Hungry for more?

Check out some of our top Ramadan recipes:

Caramel Puding
Kek Lapis
Karipap
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Also Read: 4-Steps To Fry Sweet & Spicy Chicken Wings This Ramadan