A piping hot bowl of oats is sure to stick with you all morning long, especially when you add fiber-rich apple to it. Best of all, by including cinnamon, Garcia says you likely won't need to add much sugar to enhance the flavor.
Chia seeds and berries are among the highest-fiber foods you can find, says Klamer—and not only that, but they also both happen to be antioxidant powerhouses.
suggests tossing some veggies in, like frozen riced cauliflower or spinach, for a filling boost of fiber and added antioxidants
Top your stack of pancakes off with fresh strawberries, which Baron notes are lower on the glycemic index. That means this particular fruit won't spike your blood sugar
You can't go wrong starting your day off with this classic sandwich, says Garcia—the peanut butter offers filling protein and healthy fat,
Greek yogurt parfaits are a popular breakfast choice for a few good reasons: they're tasty, can be easily customized to incorporate whatever add-ins you prefer, and most importantly, they're high in protein.