Ramadan is a blessed month that comes once every year. For all Muslims across the world, Ramadan is a month which they always wait to come because it’s beautiful and full of blessings. In order to stay energized and hydrated during fasting in the day, you shouldn’t skip suhoor. Yes, the idea of having not interrupted sleep sounds tantalizing, but you should eat your suhoor
Experiment With Your Family.
Speaking of suhoor, eating meals that are largely carbohydrates can cause blood sugar fluctuation and leave you feeling tired, headachy, and moody. So here go excellent healthy foods to keep you energized during fasting.
Dates are blessed foods mentioned multiple times in both the Quran and Sunnah. Dates are a great little nutrient powerhouse and good to be part of your suhoor meal.
- Cheesy savory steel cut oatmeal with avocado and fried egg
These savory oats are well-balanced of complex carbs, healthy fats, and protein, and you can easily adjust the recipe to feed your whole family.
- Quinoa breakfast bars
These bars are mouthwatering big-batch breakfast that you can pack and take with you on the road trip if you plan to fast while traveling.
- Cottage cheese breakfast bowl
Put together this high-protein cottage cheese bowl in just five minutes or less. These are very delicious.
- Breakfast egg muffin with spinach and mushroom
If spinach and mushroom aren’t really your best friends, you can try using other ingredients like kale, butternut squash, tomatoes, etc.
- Ultimate vegan breakfast burrito
You can make the veggies, chickpeas, and seitan the night before. Toss it all into a burrito in under five minutes in suhoor.
Yes, those are 6 excellent filling foods for suhoor you can experiment with your family to keep the body stay energized. Aren’t they so mouth-watering and healthy? Happy fasting!