O Allah: For the sake of You have I fasted; and with Your sustenance have I broken my fast; and in You have I trusted.
It is also recommended to begin breaking the fast with utterly legally gotten food, especially dates. This act doubles the reward of the prayer to four hundred folds. It is also advisable to break the fast with dates, ripe dates, candy, sugar-candy, and cool water.
Another Dua at Iftar:
It is recommended to say the following at the first bite of the food with which the fasting is broken:
In the Name of Allah; the All-beneficent, the All-merciful.
بِسْمِ اللّهِ الرَّحْمنِ الرَّحِيمِ،
O the Liberal in forgiving: (please do) forgive me.
.يَا وَاسِعَ الْمَغْفِرَةِ اغْفِرْ لِي
Forgiveness of Almighty Allah is the reward of saying this supplication.
A Hadith reads, “Almighty Allah releases from Hellfire one million persons at the last hour of every day in Rama¤¡n; therefore, pray Almighty Allah to include you with these released ones.”
It is recommended to recite the S£rah of al-Qadr at breaking the fast.
`All¡mah al-°illiy, in ‘al-Ris¡lah al-Sa`diyyah’, has narrated that Imam Ja`far al-¯¡diq (a.s) said, “As for any believer who feeds another believer with a single bite of food in Rama¤¡n, Almighty Allah will decide for him the reward of manumitting thirty believing slaves and will decide for him response of his prayer.”