Who would have thought that we would be seeing another Ramadan in lockdown? We certainly didn’t! For those in need of quick and filling recipes that don’t take a lot of effort to put together, you’ve come to the right place. If you’ve missed our Spotlight interview with content creator Filsun, please do also check it out to discover Filsun’s delicious, healthy and low-effort recipes that are perfect for Ramadan.
Make sure to have a piece of fruit and lots of water to accompany the following recipes in order to have a successful day of fasting.
This dish is incredibly versatile based on which fillings and bread that you choose for your toast. Not only is it relatively effortless, but it is also bound to keep you full with the right ingredients i.e. whole wheat bread, avocado, turkey slices etc.
Oats have to be a Suhoor staple, simply because of how incredibly filling it is. Try to substitute your warm oats for a delicious and easy-to-make bowl of cold overnight oats. This is another recipe that you can customize based on your preferences and dietary needs.
A salad for breakfast? Don’t knock it until you try it! What we love about this recipe is that it contains quinoa, a grain that is rich in protein, fiber and a lot of vitamins. Pro tip: add chopped dates and a balsamic vinaigrette for an unforgettable culinary experience right in the comfort of your own home. If you think that this salad alone won’t be filling enough, check out this Turkish savoury pancake recipe that we shared last year which this salad would go great with.
Banana egg cake
We only have one word for this recipe: YUM!
As much as we love drinking traditional smoothies, we also know that a good smoothie bowl is hard to resist. With these recipes, you are bound to meet your daily intake of fruits and vegetables in the most delicious way possible. If you’d like a creamier consistency, substitute one cup of milk for one cup of plain or Greek yogurt.
What are some of your go-to Suhoor recipes? Let us know in the comments or find us on Twitter!