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Step away from the cereal and indulge in these food. Getting a delicious yet filling meal under 300 calories may sound like a challenge. Don't fuss. I got you covered with five healthy and nutritious breakfast to "fuel" you up. Keep scrolling to meet your new breakfast!

1. Power Protein Tortilla

Calories: 290
I know, I know some of you might be thinking "Tacos for breakfast....isn't it heavy?" Well, not if you top one whole wheat tortilla with a sunny side up, a cup of black beans, 1/4 cup of low-fat cheddar. Add salsa and cilantro as desired. This meal will keep you full until lunch (no kidding).

2. Avocado Salmon Toast

Calories: 296
This meal covers two of the recommend foods you should eat once a week. In addition, this combination is filled with healthy fats plus fiber that'll keep you full longer.

3. Eggs and Chives Sammy

Calories: 228
This will become your new go-to breakfast. Assemble it however you want and place Place a hard-boiled egg (with 1 tablespoon of light mayo and chives) under a tomato on a whole wheat english muffin.

4. Peach Cobbler Oatmeal

Calories: 284
Peach flavored oatmeal? Yes, please! Cook a bowl of steel-cut oatmeal with peach slices (fresh or frozen) and a tablespoon of chopped walnuts. Sprinkle on some cinnamon and chia seeds and you got yourself a heart-healthy does of fiber and antioxidant. =)

5. Strawberry Nut waffle with a side of Cottage Cheese

Calories: 295
This is what I like to do - purchase a box of frozen waffle, almond butter, cottage cheese and strawberries for the week. Every morning I would toast the waffle, top it with almond butter and chopped strawberries. Have a side of cottage cheese and let's call it a morning delight.
What's your favorite low-calorie power breakfast?
loved the ideas number 2 and 5
I usually go for greek yogurt, frozen berries, a little honey, and a sprinkle of chia seeds!
All great suggestions @stargaze!
@Nisfit You and @AvocadoLove would be besties.
I'm always happy to start my days with waffles :)
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