Get ready to challenge yourself this Summer by waking up to these gluten free, easy and unique recipes which will irrefutably inspire your mornings. Eating healthy now does not have to come at the excessive cost of time and money.

1. Mung beans

Hailed as the 'mighty mung bean' and a staple in Asian cuisine; this green cereal alternative is a high fibre health boost with only a meagre amount of three heaped tablespoons constituting your five-a-day. Each bean is packed with magnesium and a multitude of essential B-Vitamins that are fundamental to optimise your day.

At a price of £1.35 in your local ASDA, the mung beans top our list of affordable superfoods, therefore, gear up your mornings with mung beans and a squeeze of honey.

2. Almonds

These crunchy snacks have continuously been associated with higher intellect, due to containing two important compounds necessary for neural development, riboflavin and L-carnitine which promote activity in the brain and might play a role in reducing the risk of Alzheimer. The low in calories snack is ideal for those on the go and negates the hassle of having to spend time cooking in the morning.

3. Avocado and banana yoghurt

The unique fruit mix has proven extremely popular amongst the vegan community with its rich, creamy and sweet flavour; now, tried and tested we have had to agree.

The inclusion of avocado, which tops the world’s healthiest foods, list creates a breakfast that is high in monounsaturated fat thus reducing your risk of heart disease and other cardiovascular disorders. Moreover, the fruit has been noted for reducing blood pressure in conjunction to maintaining insulin levels via its high fibre content.

Remember an avocado a day keeps the cardiologist away and what better way to attain this than our five-minute recipe.

4. Tapioca and pumpkin seed porridge

The 90 pence recipe is another one of our five-minute favourites.

Simply purchase a can of tapioca for your nearest retail store and microwave on full power for two minutes while ensuring you stir halfway into the heating time.

Finally sprinkle with some pumpkin seeds, whose tryptophan to total protein ratio, will increase the serotonin levels in your bloodstream and elevate your mood levels

The tapioca and pumpkin seed porridge alternative provides a break from your conventional oatmeal, in tandem to aiding your digestive system with its abundant fibre content.

Moreover, it’s long term consumption can prevent colorectal cancer by maintaining optimal levels of digestive health. The iron and vitamin K rich, gluten free carbohydrate helps to stimulate neural activity preventing the presence of free radicals in the brain that enlarges the risk of developing Alzheimer’s in later life.

5. Egg white and banana pancake

Our final recipe of the day, which is available on a student-friendly budget, has been referred to as the ‘protein pancake’ by gym fanatics.

Essentially, whisk together two eggs with a ripe banana to produce the pancake mixture and lightly fry with a little olive oil until golden brown.

The pancake switch up is low in calories and carbohydrate; the emphasis on eggs guarantees one of the best dietary sources of choline. Implementing two eggs per day into your diet can increase your good cholesterol levels by 10% and subsequently minimising your potential for developing the number one killer in Britain, coronary heart disease.

Remember to eat to live and not live to eat with our top five Summer Breakfast switch ups.