The Top 11 Trader Joe's Breakfast Foods to Help You Lose Weight  

Whole Wheat English Muffin

Bread, especially fiber-rich bread, can help you lose weight, contrary to popular belief. These Whole Wheat English Muffins from Trader Joe's pack 4 grams of fiber per serving and are only 130 calories.

Greek Nonfat Yogurt, Plain

Greek yoghurt is versatile and high in protein. Choose plain or low-sugar yoghurt. Some flavoured yoghurts have over 20 grammes of sugar per serving! Trader Joe's Greek Nonfat Yoghurt adds protein to fruit smoothies and parfaits with nuts and fruit. 

Peanut Butter Overnight Oat

Peanut Butter Overnight Oats are perfect for on-the-go breakfasts. These tasty oats have 270 calories per serving and a healthy nutritional profile. If this is too low, add fruit or Greek yoghurt to your oats for a healthy calorie boost. 

Spinach & Feta Egg White Burrito

A complete meal, this Spinach & Feta Egg White Burrito requires no prep. Just microwave this hearty meal and enjoy. The 19 grammes of protein and 5 grammes of fibre per serving will keep you full until lunch. 

Egg Bites, Cheese, Spinach & Kale 

Eggs are high in protein, but cooking them at home may take too long some mornings. Egg Bites are pre-cooked and just need warming. At 150 calories per serving (one package), you'll need to pair this with another food for balance.

Crunchy Almond Butter No Salt

Healthy fats, fibre, and protein are in almond butter, which requires no prep. This Crunchy Almond Butter can be added to many breakfast recipes, but it's not a meal. Spread on whole wheat toast with sliced banana, mix into Greek yoghurt, smoothies or muesli. 

Joe's O's Cereal

Breakfast cereal is nostalgic and easy. All options are not created equal. Many cereals are high in sugar and low in fibre, making them unsuitable for weight loss. Joe's O's have only 2 grammes of added sugar per giant 1 ¾ cup serving!

Organic Dried & Pitted Deglet Noor Date

Sugary dates are often criticised, but it's natural. Dates have fibre and natural sugars like apples and berries. Organic Dried & Pitted Deglet Noor Dates can sweeten smoothies, replace fresh fruit in muesli, and pair with almond butter for a sweet and savoury meal.

Organic Freeze-Dried Berry Medley

Berries are only available in summer, but they are high in fibre and antioxidants. While fresh, they may not be as tasty during other seasons. Another option with impressive nutrients is this Organic Freeze-Dried Berry Medley. 

Uncured Turkey Bacon

Pork bacon has flavour but little protein. Try Trader Joe's Uncured Turkey Bacon, which has 6 grammes of protein, 35 calories, and 1 gramme of fat! It can be the main protein at breakfast or layered on a sandwich for flavour and protein.

Holiday Vegetable Hash

Although not breakfast-like, vegetable hash is a great way to get more produce. Holiday Vegetable Hash with butternut squash, sweet potato, celery, red onion, and herbs is tasty and low-calorie. Scramble this hash with eggs or cooked chicken sausage for a balanced breakfast. 

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