Personally, I’m always fascinated by what other people eat for breakfast. Especially models. It can’t be glazed doughnuts and leftover pad Thai, right?
There’s such a wide variety of information available about which breakfast foods you should eat to encourage weight loss and which you should avoid at all costs. But I crave specifics. What do the slimmest, fittest women on the planet put into their bodies each morning?
I figured I wasn’t the only curious one. So I did some digging to put together this list of the actual breakfast foods 13 top models swear by.
To find out what your favourite supermodels really eat for breakfast, keep reading!
Can’t choose between the omelette and the granola? Go the way of this Danish darling and order both.
The combination of protein and whole grains provides a balanced nutritional boost for the rest of the day. Agdal also adds a little vitamin-packed fruit, and tops it all off with a latte for fun. Loaded with satisfying calories, a breakfast like this will ensure that you don’t binge on that chocolate bar, come 3 p.m.
Most of us are plenty familiar with Teigen’s affinity for food, so we know it’s big news when she calls something her “favourite easy breakfast.” That’s what this bad boy is: a fried egg, tomatoes, prosciutto, and avocado mashed with chili flakes, layered over a slice of “that heavy-ass sprouted Ezekiel bread (£5) to hold it all together.” Uh, yum.
Do pancakes the model-y way (yes, it’s possible) with Miranda Kerr’s signature banana pancake recipe. One banana, one egg, one egg white, two tablespoons of oatmeal, and coconut oil is all you need to whip up this health-conscious dish.
The great thing about green juices and smoothies is that the ingredients are so low in calories yet so nutritionally rich that you can get away with downing an entire pitcher. Although Bündchen has a little help finishing hers...
For VS model Lindsey Ellingson, breakfast is all about organic simplicity. She goes for a cup of Kusmi Detox Tea (£15)—which she describes as a blend of mate and green tea—followed by a bowl of Greek yogurt mixed with raw honey and berries. Protein + antioxidants + convenience = a *model* breakfast.
We don’t know what it is about Brazilian models, but these girls know how to put away a serious breakfast spread. Lima's carnivorous assemblage of ham, cheese, fruit, and pastries show that even supermodels splurge when they go back home for a visit. One of the nine commandments of a balanced diet is “thou shalt indulge,” after all.
Kurková’s go-to recipe for homemade (vegan!) oatmeal is giving us serious inspo. First, she creates a fruit reduction using guava and pineapple juice, dried cherries, sliced apples, cinnamon, cloves, orange juice, and a splash of lemon juice. She boils the fruit until soft, adds in the oatmeal until cooked, and tops this dish with a few cacao nibs. It’s the stick-to-your-ribs kind of carbs.
A bowlful of fruit, scrambled eggs, nuts, and matcha is this Brazilian beauty’s pre–fashion show breakfast of choice.
Kloss is known for her clean eating lifestyle (she even has her own line of all-natural “kookies” at Momofuku Milk Bar). But she’s also known for keeping her diet interesting with photogenic, flavorful foods like this blackberry breakfast smoothie.
All you need to re-create it is a cup of unsweetened almond milk mixed with a scoop of chocolate protein powder, a banana, and a cup of blackberries. (Any meal you can prepare in a blender is music to our ears.)
Pot stickers and rice for breakfast? The first East Asian model to walk in the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show wouldn’t have it any other way. Paired with fresh orange juice and black coffee, this meal features sugar and caffeine done right.
Another take on the model breakfast, this French beauty tucks into a spread of fruit, granola, avocado, tea, and veggie juice.
Can’t keep your eyes off that avocado? (We’re with you.) You’ll love this list of easy breakfast toast recipes.
Not everyone has the time to whip up a restaurant-worthy breakfast from scratch every morning, and this model/food blogger gets that. Fraser swears by these healthy breakfast cookies, which she makes in bulk to take on-the-go. These little guys are vegan and gluten-free, not to mention a fab source of “protein, fibre, healthy fats, and slow burning carbs.” (Peep her full recipe.)
Want more healthy breakfast inspo? Check out these under-300 calorie morning meals, which are both filling and delicious.