As we all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But with so many things to do in the morning, getting ourselves ready for the body and many other reasons, we tend to skip breakfast or simply end up preparing a light breakfast that may not be a healthy breakfast. A good healthy breakfast can make your day more awesome. A nutritious breakfast will give you and your family the necessary energy and nutrients to start the day and stay healthy!!!

Some recipes are given below:

• Moong Sprouts Chaat

Sprouted moong refers to whole moong beans, which have been sprouted. It gives you protein, vitamins and minerals. Combining moong sprouts with Indian spices, herbs and chutney makes for an excellent chaat. The recipe is simple and even without the addition of chutney taste good. A sparkling of chaat masala, red chilli powder and lime juice is enough to make a tasty chaat. You can add tomato, onion, soybean in it according to your choice.
Moong sprouts are a nutri-dense sprout. Sprouted moon beans contain fewer calories but have more antioxidants and amino acid. It is a good source of B-Vitamins, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus etc. the high fiber count of these crunchy sprouts make them an ideal choice for those trying to achieve weight loss.

• Black Chana Chaat

Chana chaat is a delicious tangy chaat that is made using boiled black chickpeas. It is healthy and a great source of vegetarian protein. In place of making oily pakoras and bhajias, you should make this chaat. This delicious mixture is topped with yogurt, chutneys, green chillies, fresh coriander etc. you can also substitute kala chana with kabuli chana, lobia or hara chana to make this easy and delicious chaat.
Black chickpeas are a great source of protein; therefore it is a great ingredient to include in your meal. It is also high in antioxidants which promotes heart health and is also good for your skin. Fiber in black chickpeas also controls the cholesterol and is good for your overall health.

• Colorful Veggie Salad

Every salad should be colorful and crunchy. By choosing foods from every color of the rainbow, you maximize the number of different micronutrients you are consuming. This is very important. Sometimes we can get stuck eating the same vegetables over and over again but it is important to diversify what we are eating to make sure we are getting all the nutrients we need. Fruits and vegetables that are brightly colored are rich in antioxidants that protect us from damaging free radicals and thereby help prevent diseases, among other things. Green vegetables are rich in vitamins A, C, K and folate and magnesium. They are also very low in calories.