It is extremely important that you consume an iron-rich meal during your period. Especially, if you have anemia or any other iron deficiencies, eat iron-rich meals every day. Whether or not you cook, these breakfast recipes are so delicious, that you will be looking forward to making them. One tip is always to pair Iron-rich foods with vitamin C and fats. Here are some delicious breakfast recipes to cook on your next period:
Avocado, Fried Eggs, & Sauerkraut
On a plate, toast a slice of whole wheat bread, and add some butter. Thinly slice half an avocado and add on the top of the bread. Fry two free-range chicken eggs in butter and put them on the plate. Garnish with salt and pepper. Add 2-3 forkfuls of sauerkraut and enjoy this healthy breakfast. Serve with a side of freshly squeezed orange juice.
Chichen & Kale Omelette
Whisk three eggs in a bowl with a pinch of salt. Warm the omelette pan and add a knob of butter and a bit of olive oil. Pour the egg mixture into the pan and let it cook. Add a handful of leftover shredded chicken and kale leaves and season with salt and pepper. Fold the omelette and flip it to cook the other side well. Serve this with freshly squeezed pineapple juice.
Lamb Hummus Breakfast Wrap
Make this iron-rich wrap by toasting a whole wheat tortilla wrap. Cut the leftover lamb into thin strips and set it aside. Smear a dollop of hummus on the wrap, add a crunchy lettuce leave, add 2 tomato slices, add the lamb slices, and drizzle some tzatziki sauce. Roll it up and cut it into two pieces. Serve this breakfast wrap with a side of sauerkraut and fresh juice.
Baked Duck Eggs with Basil Pesto
In a big ramekin, butter it well and crack 2 duck eggs. Add 2 dollops of fresh basil pesto, a pinch of salt, and pepper. Bake it for 8-12 minutes at 150 C depending on how runny you want the eggs to be. Serve with toasted whole wheat bread slices to dunk into the gooey baked eggs. Serve this healthy breakfast with a side of green juice.
These breakfast recipes are so good that you would want to make these every week. If you have clinically proved iron deficiency, please consult with your doctor.