What to Eat for Breakfast on the Mediterranean Diet
Mediterranean Diet Cookbook For Dummies
Eggs are common in the Mediterranean diet because they’re economical and readily available. Eating eggs is a great choice for you because they’re a good source of protein and vitamins A, D, and B-12.
You can replace the vegetables in this recipe with whatever you have on hand. Some good fits include mushrooms, broccoli, and spinach. Just make sure you sauté them until they’re soft before adding your eggs.
Zucchini and Goat Cheese Frittata
Frittatas and egg scrambles are typically reserved for breakfasts on the weekends. For this simple frittata, you can use yellow squash in place of the zucchini. For other frittatas, choose healthy vegetables, possibly left over from meals prepared throughout the week.
Mediterranean Egg Scramble
Don’t limit yourself to the vegetables in the recipe. For example, replace the potatoes and red peppers with artichoke hearts and fennel for an Italian scramble.
Scones and pancakes are breakfast traditions in many areas of the world, including the Mediterranean. these scones are bright and light, which follows the Mediterranean people’s habit of light breakfasts, especially throughout the week.
Savory Fava Beans with Warm Pita Bread
Fava beans are popular in Mediterranean cuisine, and the primary ingredient in Falafel. Eating beans for breakfast probably seems odd to those used to the cuisine of the United States, but is not uncommon in the Mediterranean. Opening the door to new breakfast foods to take you out of any food ruts so you can kick back and enjoy your first meal of the day.