Approved Suhoor Meals

If you think Futoor’s the most important meal in Ramadan, stomach then you need to think again. Futoor’s all about getting your blood sugar up and rehydration from 16 hours of fasting. Basically, side effects all you need are 3 dates and 2 glasses of water. Unfortunately, we never stop there. 16 hours of fasting builds crazy cravings, and when delicious food is laid on the table, not even a nuclear bomb can stop us from indulging.

The Bulge

What happens after we feast, or more appropriately pig out? We get dizzy and lay on a sofa rubbing our bulging bellies from all the food we ate. It’s common sense people- fasting for 16 hours and then gorging on a huge calorie load will send us into low blood sugar induced deep sleep. Plus, all the blood supply will rush towards the stomach to aid in digestion, leaving us light headed.

I apologize for going off-topic, but I need you all to understand why Futoor’s not the most important meal in Ramadan. Like I said earlier, it only takes 3 dates and 2 glasses of water to get energized from 16 hours of fasting.


Was that clear enough for you guys? Hook yourself up with the best alarm clock you can find! Go steal BIG BEN if you have to, just make sure YOU WAKE UP! Suhoor’s importance TRUMPS Futoor’s- it’s the meal that’ll help kill hunger and energize you for 8-10 hours. However, it’s also the meal that can damage you the most, sending your cravings to unprecedented levels once you wake up.

Eating too little at Suhoor won’t provide your body with enough nutrients to sustain energy and kill cravings, but eating too much will send your blood sugar levels crashing. Once your blood sugar levels go down, you’ll wake up sluggish, tired and SUPER HUNGRY.

Anyways, enough with the chatter. Lets get down to business!

Suhoor Option #1 [IDEAL SNACK]

Suhoor Option #2 [STEAK & POTATO]

  • 8-10 oz of Lean Red Meat (Filet Mignon, Sirloin) + 300 grams (raw weight) Sweet Potato + Green Veggies.


  • 250ml of Skimmed Liban + 5 Dates.

Suhoor Option #4 [BREAKFAST]

  • 2-3 whole eggs (boiled, poached or fried in 1 tsp butter) + 2-4 slices of Turkey Breast + Green Veggies + 1 Low-Carb Pita Bread (from The Sultan Center).

Suhoor Option #5 [SOUP]

  • 2-cups of Lentil Soup + Green Veggies.

Suhoor Option #6 [BREAKFAST #2]

  • 1/2-cup of All-Bran Buds or Plus + 250ml of Al Marai Lactofree Milk.

Suhoor Option #7 [SHAKE]

  • 1-3 scoops of Casein Protein + 2 tablespoons of All-Natural Peanut Butter + 1-cup of Black/Raspberries OR 1/2-cup of All Bran Buds or Plus.

Suhoor Option #8 [SHAKE #2]

  • 1-3 scoops of Casein Protein + 1 oz of Raw Almonds + 1-cup of Black/Raspberries OR 1/2-cup of All Bran Buds or Plus.

Suhoor Option #9 [NIKHI O BAJILA]

  • 1-cup of cooked Nikhi or Bajila + 100 grams of Low Fat Feta Cheese or Light Halloumi + Veggies of choice + 2 tablespoons Balsamic Vinegar.

Suhoor Option #10 [COTTAGE CHEESE]

  • 1 container of Cottage Cheese + 1-cup of Black/Raspberries + 2 packets of Stevia.


  • 1 Low-Carb Pita Bread (from The Sultan Center) + 4 tablespoons nonfat Cream Cheese + 2 teaspoons of Natureland Mountain Honey.

Suhoor Option #12 [TURKEY, CHEESE & PITA]

  • 1 Low-Carb Pita Bread (from The Sultan Center) + 2 tablespoons of nonfat Cream Cheese OR 2 slices of nonfat Cheese + 2-4 slices of Turkey Breast + Veggies.

Suhoor Option #13 [OSTRICH & BEANS]

  • 125 grams of Ostrich Filet + 1-cup of cooked beans, legumes or pulses + Veggies of choice.


  • 1-3 scoops of Casein Protein + 1/2-cup Libby’s Canned Pumpkin + 1/4-cup All-Bran Buds or Plus + 2 tablespoons sugar-free Caramel Syrup (from Caribou Coffee) + 2 tablespoons of water. Mix all ingredients together (except the All-Bran). Add in All-Bran at the end to remain crunchy. Add more tablespoons of water if mixture is too thick.

19 Responses to “Approved Suhoor Meals”

  1. Bo 3li Says:

    Hey Fahad. I am wondering how many grams of veggies in opinion 2. Maybe. 150-200g of mixed veggies ?

  2. mimi Says:

    i liked the “simple yet effective” one

    it doesn’t require any cooking, you go to sleep not feeling heavy and you’ll be done eating in 2 minutes :)

  3. Deem Says:

    Hey! Do you know the saying “trayag malik,tghada wazer w t3ashafageer?” ;p my mom says tge ramdhan version is “tfa6ar fageer w tsa7ar malik” ;p is that true? Wela do both as wazeer? ;p

  4. Danderma Says:

    Inzain what do you think of these for su7oor options, this is what I usually have:

    1- Frozen yogurt parfait with granola strawberry pinapples and bluberries
    2- Nestle Fitness with banana pieces and skim milk
    3- 2 Darabeel Elwatan + a cup of skim milk with hail o z3rafn
    4- A bowl of fool with lettuce, tomato, cucumbers, and 1/2 thin ma6a7en pita bread
    5- A bowl of rice (chawal made without oil) with low fat yogurt
    6- A small bowl of low fat labna with green olives, mint, drops of EVOO, and 1/2 thin ma6a7en pita bread
    7- 1/2 thin ma6a7en pita bread stuffed with cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato, cucumbers.

  5. Ahmed Says:

    Hey Fahad, another great Suhoor meal is a bowl of fool with spices+oregano+olive oil and some brown bread and together these digest slowly because of the high fiber and protein content. Followed by a nonfat yoghurt with honey to quench thirst and sugar needs. What do you think of that?

  6. Msk.Ace Says:

    great stuff, hows hummus in your book? is it acceptable or devil food?

  7. FAHAD Says:

    Bo 3li: Don’t count veggies. Eat as much as you can.

  8. FAHAD Says:

    mimi: Agreed! It’ll fill you up very fast :)

  9. FAHAD Says:

    Deem: That’s semi true. It depends on what you eat first, then quantity.

  10. FAHAD Says:

    1- Not Approved because of the Granola. Use All-Bran Buds mixed with cinnamon powder instead. Replace the pineapples with Kiwi or Raspberries.
    2- Not Approved.
    3- Not Approved.
    4- Approved, but without the ma6a7in Pita Bread.
    6- Al Wafa FATFREE Labneh with green olives, mint, drops of EVOO & 1 slice of LOW CARB PITA BREAD from The Sultan Center.
    7- 1 slice of LOW CARB PITA BREAD from the Sultan Center stuffed with nonfat cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato and cucumbers.

  11. FAHAD Says:

    Ahmed: For weight-loss? That’s a lot. Bowl of fool with brown bread and veggies is more than enough.

  12. FAHAD Says:

    Msk.Ace: Acceptable, but without the drizzle of olive oil.

  13. Yousuf M Says:

    Just have one for each day. Repeat! Month is overrrr.. Don’t think about eating that much (Won’t feel hungry then). You do have to pray too. :P

  14. Confucius Says:

    You make it look like its easy to make a shake in the middle of the night… -_-

  15. FAHAD Says:

    Confucius: lol because it is!

  16. noora Says:

    this might sound silly :$
    may I use/steal the pic above? me likey 

  17. FAHAD Says:

    noora: Go ahead! Steal anything you want :)

  18. Thunayan Says:


    Is it all right if I follow the first option of suhoor “Berries, yogurt and nuts) for the whole holy month or have a different suhoor options.

  19. FAHAD Says:

    Thunayan: you can follow the same exact suhoor for the entire month. No need to switch it up.

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