250 – 300 Calories breakfast meals without grain products
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These breakfast meals are ideal if you don’t like grain products or if you try to remove the gluten from your diet.
Grain products are usually very calorie-dense so if you include them in your diet you will quickly reach the daily calorie target, as an example just imagine that 1 oz of whole wheat crackers has more than 120 calories, 4 times more compared with 1 oz of chicken breast.
If you go for a meal plan with 3 meals and 2 snacks per day a 250-300 Calories breakfast will fit in a 1200 -1400 Cal/day meal plan.
It is not recommended to have a gap bigger than 500 Calories between your intake and your daily calorie consumption. You can have a better estimation of your daily Calorie consumption using this basal metabolic rate calculator.

200-300 Cal Chickpea Salad

FoodServingCalories
Total265
Cherry tomatoes4 oz20
Cooked Dry Chickpeas3 oz102
Cucumber slices2 oz6
Flat-leaf parsley2 tbsp3
Red onion1 oz12
Olive oil1 tbsp119
Fresh lemon juice1 tbsp3
An extremely healthy option that provides you more than half of the daily requirement for vitamin A and vitamin C.

250-300 Cal Omelet & fruit

FoodServingCalories
Total275
Plain omelet
-- Eggs2 large140
-- Olive oil1/4 tablespoon30
Banana1 medium105
You can replace the banana with a slice of whole grain bread or with some other fruits like an apple, an orange, a pear or with about one cup of blueberries or other berries you like.

250-300 Cal Omelet with cheese and turkey

FoodServingCalories
Total290
Omelet
-- Eggs2 large140
-- Olive oil1/4 tbsp30
Low-fat cheddar cheese1/4 cup50
Turkey bacon2 slices70
Depending on your preference, you can give up at cheese to add more turkey bacon or vice versa, it will still remain a high protein meal. This menu option has a very high protein content, about 1 gram of protein for each 10 Calories.

250-300 Cal Fried or boiled eggs with cheese

FoodServingCalories
Total260
Boiled or fried eggs2 large140
Whole-grain bread1 slice70
Low-fat cheddar cheese1 slice50
If you go for the fried eggs try to use less than 1/2 tablespoon of olive oil for cooking. You can replace the cheese with chicken or turkey ham.

Take into consideration that adding a coffee with cream and sugar to your breakfast will increase the Calorie intake with about 50 Cal.