10 Diabetes-Friendly Breakfasts You Can Prep the Night Before

Combine oats with unsweetened almond milk, chia seeds, and a sweetener like stevia. Add berries or nuts for extra flavor and texture.

Overnight oats:

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Chia seed pudding:

Layer Greek yogurt with berries and a sprinkle of nuts or seeds. You can add a drizzle of honey or a sugar-free syrup for sweetness.

Greek yogurt parfait:

Whisk eggs with vegetables like spinach, bell peppers, and onions. Pour into muffin tins and bake. Store in the fridge and reheat in the morning.

Egg muffins:

Prepare a frittata with eggs, vegetables, and cheese. Cut into slices and store in the fridge. Reheat a slice in the morning for a quick breakfast.

Vegetable frittata:

Prepare individual smoothie packs with frozen fruits, spinach, and protein powder. In the morning, blend with unsweetened almond milk or water.

Smoothie packs:

Fill whole wheat tortillas with scrambled eggs, black beans, and vegetables. Wrap in foil and store in the fridge. Reheat in the oven or microwave in the morning.

Breakfast burritos:

Bake muffins using almond flour or coconut flour. Add ingredients like nuts, seeds, or berries for extra flavor and texture.

Low-carb muffins:

Layer whisked eggs with vegetables and cheese in a mason jar. Shake well and refrigerate overnight. Microwave in the morning until set.

Omelet in a jar:

Make a batch of pancakes using protein powder, eggs, and almond flour. Store in the fridge and reheat in the morning.

Protein pancakes: