6 Best Anti Inflammatory Breakfast Recipes

Here are 6 delicious anti inflammatory breakfast recipes. You’ll enjoy delicious breakfasts while getting rid of inflammation with these recipes.

6 Anti Inflammatory Breakfast Recipes

It is possible to get support from some foods to get rid of inflammation in the body. These foods will help you a lot in your fight against inflammation thanks to their anti-inflammatory effects.

But are they all compatible with breakfast? Just leave that to us. All of these recipes that we have compiled for you will help you with this.

However, if the inflammation problem in the body does not take into consideration and treated, it can lead to many diseases.

For this reason, you should definitely get support from a physician for this serious or chronic problem.

Anti Inflammatory Breakfast Recipes

  • Anti Inflammatory Recipes with Eggs

1. Egg Stuffed Avocado (2 Servings)

Anti inflammatory breakfast recipes

Anti inflammatory breakfast recipes – Egg stuffed avocado

Avocado is one of the foods with very strong anti-inflammatory properties. This superfood protects our body against inflammation, reduces existing inflammation, and reduces the risk of cancer.

Ingredients

Egg (4 nos)

Feta cheese (1 tbsp)

Avocado (1)

Olive oil (2 tbsp)

Scallion (3 branches, only green parts, chopped)

Rosemary (1 tsp, finely chopped)

Salt and pepper to taste

Recipe – 2min prep / 8min cooking time

Hard boil the eggs.

Run the boiled eggs under cold water and peel off their shells.

Then cut it in half, transfer the yolk portions into a bowl.

Finely chop the scallions.

Add avocado, salt, pepper, feta cheese, olive oil, finely chopped rosemary to the egg yolks and mash well.

Finally, add the scallions and mix.

Divide the mixture you have obtained into the egg whites in equal amounts.

That’s all.

Recommendation: You can drizzle olive oil on them and serve with lettuce and lemon.

Recommendation: If you wish, you can add different anti-inflammatory alternatives such as pepper, parsley, or raw spinach into the filling.

Per Serving

Calories: 440

Fat: 39g

Cholesterol: 376mg

Sodium: 194mg

Potassium: 655mg

Total Carbohydrates: 10g

Net Carbs: 3g

Dietary Fiber: 7.2g

Sugars: 1.4g

Protein: 15g

Daily Values*

16% Vitamin A

20% Vitamin C

8% Calcium

15% Iron

2. Sweet Potato Stuffed With Eggs (1 Serving)

Anti inflammatory breakfast recipes

Anti inflammatory breakfast recipes – Sweet potato stuffed with egg

Almost all components have anti-inflammatory properties, this alternative breakfast also has an incredible taste. Contains mustard, which provides anti-inflammatory protection, sweet potatoes, mushrooms, garlic, and avocados that have the same effect.

Ingredients

Sweet potato (1/2)

Butter (1/2 tsp)

Mushroom (1)

Garlic (1 clove)

Cheddar cheese (2 thin slices)

Egg (1 no)

Salt (1/2 tsp)

Black pepper (1/2 tsp)

Mustard (1/2 tsp)

For Avocado Mixture:

Avocado (1/4)

Garlic (1 clove)

Cherry tomatoes (1 cherry)

Onion (1 tsp, chopped)

Green pepper (1 tsp, chopped)

Chili pepper (1 tsp, chopped)

Lemon juice (1/2 tsp)

Recipe – 10min prep – 15min baking time

Wash the sweet potato, cut it in half, and microwave it for 4-5 minutes.

Take out the inside of the sweet potato, which is slightly softened, add a little butter and mix it.

Then add mustard, salt, and pepper, shape, and place on a plate.

Chop the mushrooms and cheese into small pieces.

After grating the garlic and flavoring it with salt and pepper, mix it and add it to the potato you carved.

Put the egg into a mushroom and cheese potato dish and place it on a baking tray lined with greaseproof paper.

Bake in the preheated oven for 7-8 minutes.

While it is cooking, chop all the ingredients for the avocado sauce into small pieces and mix.

After placing the potato dish on the serving plate, add the mashed potatoes with mustard and add a bowl of avocado sauce and serve.

Per Serving

Calories: 327

Total Fat: 22g

Cholesterol: 196mg

Sodium: 341mg

Potassium: 663mg

Total Carbohydrates: 20g

Dietary Fiber: 5.4g

Sugars: 5.1g

Protein: 15g

Daily Values*

236% Vitamin A

33% Vitamin C

21% Calcium

10% Iron

3. Scrambled Egg Salad with Cheese and Pepper (1 Serving)

Anti inflammatory breakfast recipes

Anti inflammatory breakfast recipes – Scrambled egg salad with cheese and pepper

Along with the anti-inflammatory properties of (Locoto) peppers, cheese, and parsley, you’ll want to eat this delicious salad every day just for the taste.

Ingredients

Eggs (2 eggs)

Parsley (1/3 bunch)

Feta cheese (1 slice)

Green pepper (1 pepper)

Olive oil (1 tbsp)

Paprika, salt, cumin to taste

Recipe – 5min prep / 2min cooking time

Start by finely chopping the parsley and peppers.

Add the cheese to the parsley and peppers you cut into a bowl and break the eggs on it.

Add the spices and mix well.

Heat the pan.

Add olive oil to the pan.

Once the oil is hot, add the egg mixture.

Stir the egg occasionally.

2-3 minutes is enough for the egg to cook.

Tip: If you wish, you can boil and slice the egg and mix it with egg slices without cooking the cheese mixture.

Recommendation: Don’t overcook the egg. 2 or 3 minutes will be enough.

Nutritional Facts

Calories 356

Total Fat: 28g

Cholesterol: 353mg

Sodium: 394mg

Potassium: 395mg

Total Carb: 10g

Net Carbs: 8g

Fiber: 1.8g

Sugars: 5.2g

Protein: 16g

Daily Value*

Vitamin A: 43%

Vitamin C: 168%

Calcium: 17%

Iron: 17%

  • Anti Inflammatory Recipes with Greek Yogurt

4. Fruit Salad with Greek Yogurt (1 Serving)

Anti inflammatory breakfast recipes

Anti inflammatory breakfast recipes – Fruit salad with Greek yogurt

With its anti-inflammatory properties, plain Greek yogurt is the hero of this salad. Other following heroes are the pomegranate, apple, and cinnamon that you will add to this yogurt.

Let’s look at the recipe…

Ingredients

Plain Greek yogurt (1 cup, low-fat)

Pear (1/2)

Green apple (1/2)

Orange (1/2)

Kiwi (1/2)

Pomegranate seeds (3 tbsp)

Cereal (2 tbsp)

Cinnamon (1 tsp)

Recipe – 5min prep time

Mix the yogurt and cinnamon well in a bowl and set aside.

Peel the pear, green apple, orange, and kiwi and cut them all into small cubes.

In a jar or bowl, first put the pomegranate seeds, and then the pear.

Pour the yogurt mixture you prepared for it and add all the remaining fruits in turn.

Leave in layers without mixing and close the lid of the jar.

Top with the cereal just before serving.

Calories: 334

Total Fat: 2.1g

Cholesterol: 11mg

Sodium: 104mg

Potassium: 855mg

Total Carbohydrates: 59g

Net Carbs: 48g

Dietary Fiber: 11g

Sugars: 39g

Protein: 26g

Daily Value*

Vitamin A: 8.1%

Vitamin C: 143%

Calcium: 27%

Iron: 12%

5. Beetroot Breakfast Bowl (2 Servings)

Anti inflammatory breakfast recipes

Anti inflammatory breakfast recipes – Beetroot breakfast bowl

This delicious flavor that will add joy to your breakfasts contains beet, blackberries, strawberries, chia seeds, and peanuts which have very high anti-inflammatory properties.

Ingredients

Plain Greek yogurt (6 tbsp, low-fat, drained)

Banana (1 medium)

Blackberries (6 berries)

Peanuts (2 tbsp)

Strawberry (10 berries)

Oatmeal (1 tbsp)

Chia seeds (1 tbsp)

Coconut powder – OR Shredded coconut (1 tbsp)

Beetroot (1 small)

Recipe – 5min prep time

Add yogurt, peanut butter, and oats to the blender or food processor respectively, and mix.

Then add the fruits.

Tip: Beets can be added boiled-chilled or boiled-frozen. But in terms of taste and benefit, it may be a better option to use raw.

Restart the processor.

Divide the fruit yogurt you have obtained into two bowls.

Let’s slice bananas and strawberries on it.

Garnish with coconut and chia seeds and serve.

Watch Anti-Inflammatory Beetroot Breakfast Bowl Recipe Video

 

Recommendation: You can increase the number of fruits such as strawberries, raspberries, or blackberries as much as you want.

Per Serving

Calories: 226

Total Fat: 8g

Cholesterol: 2.1mg

Sodium: 82mg

Potassium: 614mg

Total Carb: 33g

Net Carbs: 25g

Dietary Fiber: 8.1g

Sugars: 17g

Protein: 9.8g

Daily Value*

Vitamin A: 2.1%

Vitamin C: 105%

Calcium: 9.1%

Iron: 8.8%

  • Anti Inflammatory Recipes with Nuts

6. Spinach Breakfast Salad with Nuts (2 Servings)

Anti inflammatory breakfast recipes

Anti inflammatory breakfast recipes – Spinach breakfast salad with nuts

Although it is preferred for lunch or dinner, you can get lots of hazelnuts with excellent anti-inflammatory properties with this simple and healthy recipe, which is also a great option for breakfast.

Ingredients

Spinach (1 bunch)

Avocado (1/2)

Strawberry (6 berries)

Goat cheese (3.5 oz)

Hazelnuts (0.2 cups, raw)

Sesame seeds (1 tsp)

Black Seeds (1 tsp)

Dressing

Olive oil (4 tbsp)

Lemon juice (1 tbsp)

Red wine vinegar (1 tbsp)

Garlic (2 cloves, grated)

Agave syrup (1 tbsp)

Salt

Recipe – 10min prep time

Extract the spinach leaves.

Dry thoroughly after washing with plenty of water.

Slice the ripe avocado that you peeled.

Finely chop the strawberries that you cut off the stems.

For the dressing of the salad mix olive oil, lemon juice, red grape vinegar, grated garlic, salt, and agave syrup.

Take the dried spinach leaves in a large salad bowl.

Add the avocado and strawberry slices.

Add the goat cheese to the salad after crumbling it to get the perfect sweet-salty harmony.

Add hazelnuts and sesame. After adding the dressing to the salad, mix all the ingredients.

After adding the black cumin, serve without waiting.

Recommendation: You will feel more energetic thanks to this salad that you will consume without adding goat cheese, by the raw food movement, which is a life philosophy in which the enzymes required for digestion in vegetables, fruits, and sprouted legumes are consumed without loss.

Tip: Don’t forget to add the dressing of the salad just before serving and dry the spinach you washed in plenty of water. Be careful not to use the thick stems of the spinach.

Per Serving

Calories: 672

Total Fat: 52g

Cholesterol: 22mg

Sodium: 544mg

Potassium: 2504mg

Total Carb: 36g

Dietary Fiber: 16g

Sugars: 13g

Protein: 26g

Daily Value*

Vitamin A: 955%

Vitamin C: 140%

Calcium: 56%

Iron: 102%

Bottom Line

As a result, there are delicious recipes that you can enjoy while reducing inflammation in your body.

However, if you still have an important disease such as inflammation, we recommend that you consult a specialist before making major changes in your diet.

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2.000 calorie diet.

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