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12 Things To Eat When You Only Have 5 Mins For Sahur

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Suzana  •  Jun 25, 2016

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Let's be honest, we're more than halfway into Ramadan 2022 and as the days roll by, it gets a little more challenging for us to wake up in time to prepare a good Sahur meal. But even if you wake up minutes before the Azan, don’t give up. Dash right to your kitchen because you might still be in time for a quick meal. Here are 12 things you can prepare in case you snooze! [Make sure you're fully prepared for Ramadan this year! Have a look at our Ramadan checklist to get started ] Credit: Giphy

Things To Eat When You Only Have 5 Mins For Sahur

1. Horlicks

Credit: Horlicks This childhood favourite is one of the best ways to have a quick, 5-minute sahur! Horlicks 3-in-1 contains 3 variants: Horlicks Original, Horlicks Cereal and Horlicks Lite. So all you have to do is take your pick of your favourite Horlicks drink, mix some water and a sachet of Horlicks in a glass and you're good to go 🤩 Healthy and tasty, Horlicks contains 19 Vital Nutrients such as calcium, vitamin, protein and energy! 😍 #HHWTTip: To feel full quickly, pick Horlicks Cereal ! Made with wheat, corn and rice, it's the perfect, hassle-free way to have a fuel up for the day in under 5 minutes. 😋 P.S. Get 20% off any Horlicks products from now till 31 May 2022! Just click here 😉

2. Dates

Credit: OrnaW on Pixabay No better way to start your day with dates! After all, our Prophet (S) said:”How excellent are dates as the believer’s Suhoor” [Abu Dawood, Ibn Hibban and al-Baihaqee; Sahih].

3. Granola and yoghurt

Credit: Irina Grigoraş on Unsplash Full of protein and close to no prep time needed! Chomp fast and wash down with a glass of water or milk.

4. Instant oatmeal drink

Credit: @fotografemelinaforsberg on Instagram Add hot water and stir. Plus, it’s really filling too!
5. Peanut butter, banana and honey on toast
Credit: @petite.fan on Instagram Spread fast, bananas optional. Who knew honey and peanut butter would go so well? #HHWT tip: Use wholemeal bread which is low-GI and high in fibre. That means you’ll feel fuller for a longer time as compared to eating white bread!

6. Scrambled eggs

Credit: Katherine Lim on Flickr Full of protein and ready in 2 minutes. Have 2 more minutes to spare? Throw the scrambled eggs on toast and you're good to go!

7. Bananas

 Credit: Eiliv-Sonas Aceron on Unsplash Bananas. Rich in carbohydrates to give you that energy boost to keep you going throughout the day!

8. Overnight Oats

Credit: Monika Grabkowska on Unsplash Leave raw oats and fruits soaked in milk and yoghurt overnight in the fridge. Wake up to a delicious treat! This could be the healthiest fast food ever.

9. Overnight Smoothie

Credit: DagnyWalter on Pixabay A quick blend in the morning and voila, you’ve got yourself a healthy instant Sahur meal packed with vitamins, protein and fibre. [Check out: 8 super smoothies to kickstart your day during Ramadan!]

10. Instant noodles

Credit: @trangtilmad on Instagram You don't need more than 5 minutes to prepare an awesome bowl of instant noodles. Add in some eggs too for some extra protein!

11. Muesli bar

Credit: Marco Verch Professional Photographer and Speaker on Flickr Stock up on a few packets of muesli bars before Ramadan. These tiny bars come in handy when you're rushing for sahur ?
12. 2 Glasses Of Water
water
Credit: Anda Ambrosini on Unsplash 2 glasses of water if you have no time for anything else. BONUS: Put a bottle of water and some dates on your bedside table if you ever wake up with one minute to spare. Better to be safe than sorry!   
Credit: bruce mars on Unsplash But of course, to be on the safe side... Set multiple alarms and don't snooze!