6 Suhoor Recipes You Don't Want to Miss.


In Ramadan, Suhoor is considered to be as important as the Iftar meals. This is because it impacts your energy levels throughout the fasting duration and it also gives your body the right nutrients it needs in order to recover during sleep.

Here are some good healthy recipes for Suhoor that will set up your body for a good recovery.

I promise it's simple and it won't take time to prepare

* Greek quinoa salad:

-1/2 cup cooked quinoa
-1 red bell pepper cut into small cubes
-1 large tomato cut into small cubes
-1 cucumber cut into small cubes
-1 Tbsp olive oil
-100 grams Greek feta cheese
-Oregano or thyme to taste.
-crushed handful of walnuts (optional)
- A few olives (optional)

* Moroccan poichich (hummus) salad:

-1 cup of hummus. (Not mashed)
-1 tomato cut into small cubes
-1 small onion cut into cubes.
-A small handful of fresh mint leaves crushed using a mortar and pestle.
- Salt to taste
-1 tsp olive oil (optional)
- A twist of lemon (optional)

* Guacamole:

- 3 medium sized avocado (pick the soft ripe ones). Peel them off and Mash them until puréed.
-1 small tomato cut into small cubes.
-1 small onion cut into small cubes.
- Twist of lemon
-Salt and pepper to taste

* Caprese salad:

- 2 pieces of buffalo mozzarella cut into slices.
- 2 medium tomatoes cut into slices
-Fresh basil leaves
-Drizzle olive oil and balsamic vinegar to taste

* Labneh dip:

- Reduced fat Labneh
- 1 Tbsp olive oil

* Mixed berries yogurt parfait:

- 1 cup yogurt
- 1 handful mixed frozen berries
-1/2 medium mango cut into cubes
-1 tsp almond butter
-1 tsp Chia seed.
-1 tsp honey