Make this easy, weight-loss-friendly breakfast in minutes, before you sit down to work in your home-office – Times Now

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Key Highlights

  • Eating healthily during the lockdown is very important to ensure you do not gain weight
  • Breakfast is a very important meal when it comes to weight loss and staying healthy
  • Here is how you can make a healthy, weight-loss friendly, and tasty breakfast meal to stay healthy and satiated as you work from home

New Delhi: Due to the coronavirus pandemic, various countries, including India have gone under a lockdown, forcing all of us to work from home, except services that require people to be at their workplace. All of us seem to be struggling to be healthy, both physically and mentally. Some of us are also finding ourselves worried about how we will gain weight by the end of the pandemic, and all our weight loss goals will be left unachieved.

We know how important breakfast is to stay healthy and lose weight. Given we have a little too much time on our hands right now, eating a tasty, healthy breakfast is easier, since we do not have to go to office, but have to work from home. It is also important to eat right and make sure we are at our healthiest to reduce our risk of infection.

Make this easy, weight-loss friendly breakfast in minutes

If you have run out of breakfast ideas, here is a simple, easy, and quick breakfast recipe that you can make, before you head out to your work office.

Banana, oatmeal pancakes

Pancakes are the perfect, exotic breakfast that everyone loves. However, traditionally, refined flour, butter, and various other unhealthy ingredients are used in making the pancakes. To make a healthier version, here is what you can do.

Add 2 cups of oats, one mashed banana, 1 cup of protein powder, and some skimmed milk into a blender. Add a pinch of baking powder to it. Blend the mix. This will make the pancake batter smoother. Pick a non-stick pan, and pour the batter on the pan, after turning the stove on. When little bubbles appear on the top surface of the pancake, flip it. Let it cook for 30 seconds to 1 minute on the other side, and take it off into a plate.

You can make as many of these as you wish, and serve them with maple syrup, honey, or chocolate syrup, depending on what you prefer.

The pancakes will be ready in just minutes, and will take even lesser time to eat. While you work from home and stay at home to keep yourself safe, make sure you eat healthily as well.

Disclaimer: Tips and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purpose only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or a dietician before starting any fitness programme or making any changes to your diet.

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