What to Eat for Suhoor | Healthy Suhoor Ideas!

What to Eat for Suhoor | Healthy Suhoor Ideas!

Hey guys welcome back to my channel, my name is Lina. If you guys are new, I would love for you guys to subscribe. If you have not already today, I'm going to be sharing with you a few easy so who are a meal, prep recipes?

I wanted to make these recipes so that you can make ahead of time that we can just like grab them out of the fridge or just like put them together super quickly that way, you're not like cooking in the middle of the night. Before I get into the recipes, I wanted to give you guys a few tips for nutrition and hydration during Ramadan that I recently learned on anur gouri's og TV. She did an IG TV with a nutritionist named Fatima. I will leave it linked down below because it was so helpful, but I wanted to give you guys a few takeaway points that I really found helpful. So one thing she said that was helpful was to focus on iftar time for, replenishing and so time for hydration. So so more time anyone doesn't know is the breakfast. They eat right before the Sun comes up in the morning, and that is the time and that you need to focus on really hydrating your body. So since this is this, ahora recipes, video I'll talk a little bit more about so more time. She said you want to avoid something called water logging, so water logging is when you chug water, and you fill your stomach up with water and a few hours later, you just excrete everything all out, and this is something that I have done. It for probably every single Ramadan you wake up and at some more time you chug a whole ton of water and then you pray, fed room and then few hours later, you're just running to the bathroom and you're, hoping that your body is like processing the water And like hydrating it yourselves, but she said that when you consume that much water in a short period of time it doesn't process the water the way that it should. So she said the best way to hydrate yourself is to make sure you're sipping over longer periods of time, rather than just chugging at your water, all in one sitting, for if not time and she said to drink eight ounces of water. When you break your fast and then throughout the night, just make sure you're sipping on water, literally like in between prayers in, between whatever you're doing just have some water. Next to you, and just make sure you are sipping at support, I'm in the morning just wake up like a little bit earlier. That way, you can spread your water consumption over, maybe like thirty minutes to an hour rather than just chugging at all. In five minutes. She also stressed the importance of hydrating fruits and veg Stables, and she really highlighted watermelon as like one of the most hydrating fruits. Obviously we know it has a ton of water in it. She also said the vitamins and nutrients in these fruits can help the water actually get into your cells. Better and actually hydrate is really nice, because watermelon is in season right now so with some of the recipes I'm gon na share with you guys in just a second just, have yourself a little side of watermelon that way: you're hydrating yourself. At the same time, anyways, like I said, only get down below because she goes into so many more like amazing tips, and I just thought I would share it with you, because it really like gave me so many aha moments when it came to nutrition and hydration.

During Ramadan so without further ado, let's get into my so hora meal, prep recipes. So one of the recipes I recently tried out

Are these mini omelet bites? These are the perfect little protein bites that you can just grab out of the fridge when you are so tired. One thing I will say, though, is I tried to like batch - make these for a few days, and I just really liked them when they were as fresh as possible, so next time I'll just make enough for the next morning, so that they're super fresh. But you can add whatever veggies you like. I added onion bell, pepper cherry tomatoes, and spinach, but you can also add mushrooms, cheese, any kind of meat that you like. I season mine with garlic, salt, and black pepper, and then you just add your veggies. It makes everything together and then add them to your muffin tins and they literally take like fifteen minutes to bake. It's amazing using some olive oil cooking spray.

On my mini muffin tins just so the eggs pop out easily, I was thinking of other ways, that I want to make these I'm a huge fan of like goat cheese and feta cheese and. That would be so good with mushrooms. Like can you imagine, like, oh my god, those aren't so good, I baked mine at three hundred and fifty degrees Fahrenheit for fifteen minutes and they turned out perfect. So when you wake up for support, you just heat these up real quick, add some toast and some avocado on the side, and you are good to go it's so delicious.

I am such a chocolate lover, and chocolate chia seed. Pudding is really good for either breakfast or as a healthy dessert, so you're going to need a milk of your choice. I use almond milk, cacao powder, vanilla, extract, chia, seeds, some sea salt and sweetener of your choice. I used in maple syrup. You could also use honey. I will leave all of the measurements for these things down below in the description box. There are so many reasons that chia seeds are so good for you, especially during Ramadan they contain so many vitamins and minerals, but they also contain a lot a lot of fiber, which is so needed during this month. You just shake it up in your container and you leave it in the fridge for a few hours, and it turns into this really nice pudding, consistency, I'm, adding berries to mine, and it just tastes like chocolate, pudding and it just makes me so happy. This next one is. My version of healthy granola bars, they're, no bake, so they're super simple and easy to make. You can also eat this as a healthy treat after iftar as well. The base for these are medjool dates.

Then you add oats, some unsweetened, coconut sea salt, creamy, peanut butter, some raw walnuts, flax, seed powder for, fiber and I add cacao powder just, because I love chocolate so much. I'm blending everything in my high-powered Ninja Blender, but this would probably work best. If you had a food processor, I will be leaving all of the measurements in the description box for this as well and I blend everything together, except for the oats. Just because I want those in whole pieces and I just mix those by hand. at the end, I'm just lightning mine out by hand. I stuck them in the fridge for about twenty minutes just so they were easier to cut and then I'm placing them on my plate. These are just really easy to grab in the morning and fill yourself up with lots of fiber and nutrient, and I would say these stay good in the fridge for about four or five days, so they're really nice to make ahead. I wanted to show you guys how you can make your smoothie in the morning. It's super quick and easy. So this is my tropical green smoothie, I'm putting all in the contents of this movie into a plastic bag. You can pre make a bunch of little baggies like this, so all you have to do is grab them out of the freezer in the morning pop them into your little blender and then just add your liquid.

This movie contains banana mango spinach and ginger, I'm, adding a squeeze of lime and coconut water pre, making your little smoothie packs. It makes it so much easier to just make your smoothie super quick that way, you're not having to get out all of your different ingredients, and it just makes the whole time it's so much more seamless.

I hope that you guys enjoyed it

These recipes and got some info for what you can make for suhoor.

I will leave all the recipes in the description box for you guys, so it's easy for you guys to follow.

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