Now that Ramadan is just around the corner, you may be thinking of what to prepare for your family for sahur. So here’s our list of power-packed sahur meals that are not only rich in fibre, protein and good fats but quick and easy to make! Perfect if you’re preparing for you and your family 😀

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1. Smoothie Bowl

Smoothies are meant to be slurped through a straw, but what if you make it thicker, somewhat like ice-cream, such that you have to use a spoon instead? Add to that, endless possibilities of fun toppings? You’ll get a nutrient-packed and super-filling smoothie bowl!

Peach pie smoothie bowl
Peach pie smoothie bowl

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Super green smoothie bowl - avocados and kale FTW!
Super green smoothie bowl – avocados and kale FTW!

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2. Old-School Sardine Sandwich

You can never go wrong with this classic, old-time favourite! And did you know that sardines are full of protein, Omega 3, and vitamin D?

Make the filling by mixing shallots, lime juice and chilli slices to mashed sardines (eggs optional!). Then slather the filling between two slabs of wholemeal bread for extra fibre! Include some tomatoes and lettuce to your sandwich for added hydration throughout the day.


3. Omelette Souffle

Omelettes are your usual go-tos for a quick sahur meal. But how about we elevate the humble omelette to greater heights by making a fluffy omelette souffle? You can choose a variety of fillings to go with your omelette such as cheese, mushrooms or spinach!


4. Muesli French Toast

Add a new spin to your typical french toast by rolling it in muesli. The result will be a crispy and crunchy sahur treat! Make it even more irresistible by drizzling maple syrup over the toast and topping it off with some fresh fruits.

Muesli french toast - a good balance of fibre and protein to stave off those hunger pangs!
Muesli french toast – a good balance of fibre and protein to stave off those hunger pangs!

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Find the full recipe here!

5. Overnight Oatmeal Bars

Overnight oats was all the rage last season, so this time around let’s put a clever twist to it by making overnight oatmeal bars – no spoon needed here! And it’s easily customisable too – throw in your favourite nuts or dried fruit to the basic yoghurt and oatmeal combo.

Overnight oatmeal bars

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#HHWT Tip: Drizzle some chocolate sauce onto the bars to entice the kids!

6. Granola Yogurt Parfaits

Granola yogurt parfaits must be a God-send for sleepyheads during sahur because minimal effort is involved. Just assemble the layers and dive right in!

Granola yogurt parfaits – jam-packed with fibre and protein!

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7. Anything-goes Wraps

Wraps are the most versatile sahur items as you can easily use any leftover meats from dinner as the filling. Don’t forget to include your favourite vegetables and dressing, and use wholemeal wraps to amp up your fibre intake! Here are some recipes to get you started.

Grilled chicken and hummus wrap

Find the recipe on cooking classy.

Portobello mushroom wrap. M
Portobello mushroom wrap.

Mushrooms are nutrient-rich, have a high water content, and help the body to release energy. Just perfect for sahur!

Get the full recipe on girl makes food.

8. Breakfast Salad

Salads are now no longer confined to those on diets. Today, breakfast salads are the IN-thing for those looking for an energy-boosting and satiating mix of protein, healthy fats, whole grains, fresh fruits and/or vegetables all in one. It’s a multi-tasker, we tell ya!

Guacamole and egg breakfast salad

Find the recipe on kitchen sanctuary.

Fresh fruit breakfast salad
Fresh fruit breakfast salad

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We certainly hope we got your creative juices flowing with these sahur ideas! When it comes to cooking and preparing food for your family, you are only limited by your imagination! Happy fasting from all of us at #HHWT and don’t forget to look out for our upcoming articles for Ramadan!


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    Wow your recipe on the Smoothie bowl is just too good.I have been looking for sweet dishes to prepare for suhoor. I came across good desserts through Nestle Family They are low in calories and less sweet. Your recipe on Granola Yogurt Parfaits is certainly my next try.
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