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Healthy Breakfast Recipes Step by Step – We all know the fact that breakfast is the most important meal of the day because it gives the energy to work by kick-starting our metabolism. Skip breakfast and you will be performing at less than 100%. I can explain this with my example. I try to take good food pictures, for that, I would go on changing the crockery, etc until I am happy with the shot.  Further, I shoot recipes in the morning because I love to take pictures in the natural light. If I get over engaged and skip my breakfast, I feel exhausted too soon and I end up with very average pictures without trying to change the background or crockery for better food pictures. Yes, this is the effect of skipping breakfast on my productivity and believe me it hampers everyone’s capacity. To fully charge yourself with a healthy breakfast before you step out to take on the world. Here is a collection of Healthy Breakfast Recipes for you and me (smile).

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20 Best Healthy Breakfast Recipes

Banarasi Chooda Matar

A fantastic combination of flattened rice (poha) and green peas, which is one of the distinct healthy breakfast recipes for poha, from the state of Uttar Pradesh is Banarasi Chooda Matar aka Chura Matar. It is a must try during winters when fresh peas are available in abundance. Just serve it with hot masala chai and have a breakfast perfect for winters. Another healthier recipe with poha is usal poha.

For the recipe of Banarasi Chooda  Matar please click here.chura matar 2

Instant Sooji Idli

It is a very versatile and healthy breakfast recipe. Sooji idli can be served with any chutney or gravy of your choice. Not only this, it can be fried or stuffed in a number of ways. Sooji idli when made in mini molds, can be a delight for kids and can be served in their tiffins too. A very interesting extension of sooji idli is stuffed idli. Another idli that you might like is oats idli.

For the recipe of instant sooji idli please click here.INSTANT SOOJI IDLI

Sabudana Khichadi 

This is one healthy breakfast recipe which can be relished during fasts too. In fact, it is one of the most common fasting recipes if I can say so. The recipe gives all the necessary tips and tricks so that you get perfect sabudana khichadi. Another healthy recipe using sabudana is the nonfried sabudana vada recipe.

For the recipe of sabudana khichadi recipe please click here.sabudana khichadi

Semiya Upma

I love upma recipes. They are so wholesome, delightful and quick to make. Whenever I need a break from the regular upma I either switch to tomato upma or my favorite semiya upma. It is so flavourful and light. You can use the semiya of your choice. The tempering also allows a lot of customization.

For the recipe of semiya upma please click here.

Veg Dalia Pulao

It is a very wholesome dish which is prepared using broken wheat i.e. dalia. It is very fibrous and loaded with vegetables, making it a healthy breakfast recipe. You can add in the vegetables of your choice. Veg dalia pulao can be served with a chutney of your choice or with simple yogurt. There is one more recipe for dalia pulao. Choose your favorite.

For the recipe of Veg. dalia pulao please click here.

Vegetable Dalia Pulao

Stuffed Khandvi 

Khandvi is pretty yellow rolls from Gujarat. These are super soft and delicious. Stuffing of coconut, coriander leaves, cottage cheese not only makes it super appetizing but also makes it quite filling, otherwise, khandvi is very light on the stomach. Basically, one batch of stuffed khandvi or two of the non-stuffed one. Here is another interesting variation of stuffed khandvi i.e. the cheese khandvi recipe.

For the recipe of stuffed khandvi please click here.stuffed khandvi

Poha Palak Cutlets

These are super crispy cutlets made using flatten rice with the addition of spinach leaves. Spinach not only adds great taste to cutlets but when fried, it gets very crunchy, giving an awesome texture to the poha palak cutlet. These can be served with tomato ketchup for breakfast or tea time. Another healthy cutlets recipe is sooji cutlets.

For the recipe of poha palak cutlets, please click here.poha palak cutlets

Instant Rava Appe

Kids get charmed by shapes and size. These balls shaped rava dish is another pleaser. They are crisp one bite snacks, which make not only a great breakfast option but also a good kids tiffin option. The recipe for instant rava appe can be extended to make stuffed appe.

For the recipe of instant rava appe please click here. 


Doodhi Muthia

Doodhi muthia also known as lauki muthia is a very tasty and nutritious recipe from the state of Gujarat. The word muthia comes from the word “mutthi” which means fist. The dough is given shapes using a fist. In order to make doodhi muthia, the dough is steamed. And steaming is a very healthy cooking option. Doodhi as in bottle gourd is not a kids’ favorite thing. So this recipe is a great way to include the very healthy bottle gourd (lauki) into their diet. Doodhi muthia is very flavourful and the tempering gives such a nice crunch to each bite. Another muthia recipe, especially for the winters is methi muthia.

For the recipe of doodhi muthia, please click here


Idli Pakora

Idli pakora is soft idli dipped and fried in a lentil batter. The contrast of softness and crunch is something to go for. Yes, this is a list of healthy breakfast recipes and yes this includes pakoras. It is so because we are not deep frying the pakoras instead we will be frying them in minimum oil using an appam pan, which is very easily available in the market. One more healthy Indian breakfast recipe with mini idlis is vegetable idli.

For the recipe of idli pakora please click here.MINI IDLI PAKORA

Moong Dal Toast

Moong Dal Toast is a good break from other toasts and an innovative way of enjoying the moong dal cheela. The dal batter is spread on bread slices and then pan fried. The best part is that you can use any dal and any bread of your choice. It is a very accommodating recipe. To take a break from bread pakoras I started making besan toasts and then to take a break from besan toast I have been making moong dal toasts. And so far haven’t felt a need for a break. Another way to twist moong dal cheela is by stuffing it and making stuffed moong dal cheela

For the recipe of moong dal toast please click here.


Hung Curd Sandwich

Hung curd is a great spread; so smooth and light and refreshing. I love to use it to make hung curd sandwiches. To relish the smoothness, a contrasting crunch is introduced by adding lots of vegetables which not only give some crunch but also lots of nutrition to the sandwiches. One more nutritious sandwich is paneer sandwich

For the recipe of hung curd sandwich please click here.


Sev Khamani

Khaman is a very popular gram flour preparation from the state of Gujarat. When khaman is taken to an altogether different level, it becomes khamani or Amiri khaman. The soft khaman is paired with very crispy sev and juicy pomegranate seeds and many other ingredients, in the most delicious way. Amiri Khaman is a mix of flavors and textures. There is another interesting recipe using khaman i.e. khaman chaat

For the recipe of sev khamani please click here. AMIRI KHAMAN

Instant Rava Idli

Instant rava idlis are so simple yet so flavourful. These are made up of semolina and yogurt along with a list of ingredients to introduce flavors to the dish. A very popular dish from the South Indian cuisine!  Different in the sense that regular idlis are made of rice and lentils, this one is made up of semolina and of course these are instant. 

For the recipe of instant rava idli please click here.


Instant Sooji Dhokla

My family’s favorite – Instant Sooji Dhokla. Absolutely soft and spongy preparation of semolina! And the best part is this is an instant recipe. I love teaming it up with some green chutney. It is very easy and simple to make. A one bowl recipe, so light on tummy and absolutely delicious. You might also like is bread dhokla

For the recipe of instant sooji dhokla please click here.


Neer Dosa

Neer is a Hindi word that means water. And the dosa is so called because it has a very thin batter. I admit I got it right after many trials. So here is the recipe where I have shared all the tips and tricks so that you could nail it in the first attempt. When you have nothing in hand, except rice, you won’t starve. You can make this delicate and delicious crepe. Another gluten-free Indian breakfast recipes are rice balls and pathiri.

For the recipe of neer dosa please click here.


 Stuffed Moong Dal Cheela

Proteins are essential for our body and the best time to consume them is in the morning i.e. by including proteins in breakfast. Moong dal cheela stuffed with paneer is an excellent breakfast option. It makes a protein packed breakfast, also it is cooked in almost no oil. Another cheela you might like is besan cheela and instant sooji cheela.

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 Instant Rava Uttapam

Any breakfast option that starts with the word instant has got to be a good one. The combination of soft semolina base and crunchy veggies is a delight in the morning. Instant rava uttapam can be customized according to your choice as well as the availability of vegetables. Another uttapam with flavor and bite of caramelized onions is onion uttapam.

For the recipe for instant rava uttapam please click here.


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Hi! I am CA Vini Mehta. A Chartered Accountant by profession, a food blogger by passion! First of all, I would like to thank you for stopping by at Viniscookbook, I hope you have a good time. Here, yo...u will find the recipes which have been tried, at times re-tried in my kitchen and relished on the dining table. I am mother of two kids and the wife of a person with a high and selective taste sense, so basically anything, before finding its place on the blog, has many levels to cross and clear. This journey started a couple of years back. Before that I was making the most usual kind of food. The only experiment used to be asking my mother how to make something new or different☺. Then, one day, I tried a recipe for butter cookies. And they did not get to go in the container as they were over before I could store them. That day I was introduced to the joy of experimenting with recipes. And I loved everything else that followed especially garnishing and photographing food. I am still not well versed with the photography dos and don’ts but I love to experiment and learn, be it photography or cooking. Hope you too enjoy this journey as much as I do☺! Stay healthy, stay tuned!.