5 easy Suhoor dishes to make this Ramadan
The most important meal of the day…
If you are doing Ramadan and looking to impress your family with some tasty Suhoor breakfast dishes, we’ve got you covered. During the fasting month, the pressure is ON to make a delicious Suhoor that will set the whole family up for the day ahead. Whether you consider yourself a bit of a pro in the kitchen, or you usually leave it down to your parents, we’ve rounded up some easy dishes that anyone can make.
Discover our favourite Suhoor recipes that are guaranteed to keep nourished and healthy throughout your fast days.
What is Ramadan?
Ramadan is a month-long holy tradition, celebrated by Muslims worldwide. It takes place on the 9th month of the Islamic calendar. During this period, Mulsims fast each day from dawn (suhoor) to sunset (ifar). At the end of the month, Mulsims celebrate Eid with their families and loved ones.
What is Suhoor?
Suhoor is the meal eaten before sunrise during the month of Ramadan. It is an important meal that acts as a breakfast before a full day of fasting.
Suhoor recipes for ramadan
Ensuring your Suhoor meal is filling and full of nourishing qualities is so important. It will keep your strength up for longer and allow you to go about your usual daily routine during Ramadan. We have rounded up some delicious ideas that the whole family can enjoy.
Baked oats are basically like eating cake for breakfast (yes please). You’ve probably seen them all over your TikTok FYP. Made from porridge oats, milk and eggs (or a banana) and whatever toppings you want. Choose fruit, nutella, biscoff or whatever takes your fancy.
Strawberry shortcake overnight oats
These overnight oats are sweet, delicious and great for slow-releasing energy, keeping you full for longer. The best bit is, you make them in advance and pop them in the fridge until it is time for Suhoor. The ingredients include fresh strawberries, oats, greek yoghurt, honey and milk. You can even add in a dollop of strawberry jam if you’re feeling sweet.
Indian masala egg muffins
Not everybody has a sweet tooth early in the morning, so these Egg muffins are a great savoury alternative. Made with red onions, broccoli, mushrooms, peppers and cheese, these savoury treats will last in the fridge for up to four days, meaning that you can batch cook them ahead of time.
Granola smoothie bowl
Packed full of fruits, fibre and protein rich greek yoghurt, a smoothie bowl is perfect for keeping you full all morning long. Top it with your favourite fruits, cereals and more. Top tip- add your favourite nut butters such as almond or peanut for long lasting fullness.
Egg, mushroom, potato and spinach hash
This filling and savoury breakfast is easy to make in big portions to serve all the family at once. Potatoes are nutritionally dense, making for a good start to a day of fasting. You can add feta or halloumi and a drizzle of hot sauce for an extra kicks.
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