Any suggestions for a simple and great breakfast?

C Lsio Q.
It depends on your routine and diet. I skip breakfast and sip about 800ml or warm/room temp water through the morning until 12. This works for me as I'm practicing intermittent fasting all the time because of my sedentary work routine.

Alison E.
I suggest trying something cooked and something dry. I have found that boiled eggs are an easy to-go thing, along with a handful of whatever kind of nuts or oats you like!

Lino A.
Egg muffins (I usually make it with egg whites and veggies). You can make them at the beginning of the week and eat them for breakfast through the week.

Berto C.
Boil a 1/2 of milk (I like an almond/coconut blend) add in some instant steel cut oats and a small pinch of sea salt, stir. It’s ready while you sip on some water or make a cup of tea. Add it some chia, flax, berries, coconut flakes, nuts, or other fruits. It’s quick, satisfying and feels like you prepared a real meal for yourself.

Evan U.
I have recently started to have wholegrain toasts with peanut butter and a sliced banana on top. I often have a black americano with it. Other options, just yogurt or shakes, but I often wake up hungry and thinking about just having that is not enough haha I used to have soya milk with cereal but apparently that's bad because of the sugar crush you feel later on.

Milo Z.
Mix in a blender a cup of plain yogurt+frozen fruit (for ex. 6 strawberries or 1/2 cup of blueberries, etc.), serve. Put on a line of granola, a line of chia seeds and a line of sliced banana. Enjoy.

Lucy O.
I like to eat two scrambled eggs, half an avocado with low sodium soy sauce, a slice or two of turkey bacon and some fruit. Yesterday was a slice of cantaloupe.

Joanne C.
Basically foods that are readily available and can be adjusted depending on your needs that day l. So for example, fruit, nut butter, hard boiled eggs, nuts and seeds, dried fruit, yogurt, smoothies, whole grain bread with some marmalade or lean ham, etc. .

Jerome Z.
Hello dear…..I would suggest you to have a healthy breakfast which is rich in proteins such as oatmeal,eggs,etc. because proteins help to boost your metabolism throughout the day and keep your energy levels high throughput the day keeping you active whereas skipping breakfast or even having carbohydrates for breakfast will give you energy outbursts for just a short time period and after sometime you will feel hungry again and start munching on various unhealthy snacks which is not good for your health…..so,I would suggest you to have a protein rich healthy breakfast….😘

Terry S.
Cornflakes and plant-based milk. Or a smoothie full of fruits and nuts. Or a smoothie bowl, which is pretty much the same but you can enjoy it much more!:) Or just a piece of bread with cheese and an egg and maybe some avocado.

Silke P.
Toast and eggs. Preferably sourdough bread. Top with preferred topping. Peanut butter would be healthiest but I prefer jelly.

Or oatmeal with berries! Plain oatmeal! (Top with some brown sugar hehe

Paula Q.
I’ve been obsessed with overnight oats which I didn’t think that I’d like. I prep them in less than two minutes the night before, put them in the fridge and then snag them in the morning on my way out the door. I love them with chia, flax , blueberries and maple syrup.

Daisy X.
It may be a good idea to talk bout how it may be necessary for some people to adjust their wake up time to accomodate this. Not having enough time is a pretty big reason I have always skipped breakfast. The fast breakfast suggestions are helpful but waking up and making something with enough time is more gratifying.

Claudete Z.
I try to eat a good portion of protein, moderate portion of vegetables and a little portion Of good carbs. An example of a filling breakfast is: omelet with spinach, peppers, onions and turkey meat, an Ezekiel toast and coffee

Amandine S.
Scrambled egg with kale mixed in is delicious and filling! Or healthy breakfast sandwiches with a veggie filled egg patty and a sausage

Carl C.
for a quick breakfast in the morning before school, i make eggs because they have a whole lot of protein and keep me energized until my snack at about 10.
another tip is to meal prep. i make pancakes during the weekend and keep them in the fridge.

Anna B.
Eggs for the win! If you rush in the morning, you can even put some eggs in a saucepan with water the night before- and then in the morning all you have to do is boil them. Peel them, salt and pepper on top and it's basically got all the nutrients. Pair it with a nice pot of yogurt and a cup of coffee – or have some toast etc.

Sebastian J.
Making overnight oatmeal is simple to make and ready to eat in the morning once you remember to make it the night before.

Michail F.
Two boiled eggs with avocado and a side of strawberries and blueberries. Filling but light with no bulky carbs that can cause bloating.

Alicja U.
Toast 1-2 pieces of bread and spread some of an avocado 🥑 on top! For extra protein, add an hard-boiled egg or two (make them the night before!).

David Z.
Lately, I have been doing avacado toast with some eggs and fruit. Not only is it super quick and easy, it is a healthy breakfast as well.

Matthieu T.
A quick & delicious breakfast I really love is this open face sandwich made with toasted whole wheat bread topped with fresh cucumber slices, tomato slices, avocado slices & a fried egg. Season with salt and pepper for more flavour.