1 cup Oats
1 cup frozen berries
1 cup milk (I use coconut or almond)
Prepare in used peanut butter jar
Quick, easy, delicious!
Takes some planning to prepare the night before but in the morning just grab and go!
I use low fat Greek yoghurt, a handful of frozen berries (they defrost over night no problem), and a handful of mixed nuts and seeds (almonds, hazelnuts, flaxen seed, poppy seeds, whatever you like really).
Another fast one would be: the cereal mix I mentioned before and some sugar free Greek yogurt .
If you have more of a "salty" tooth you can prepare stuff the evening before: beat up a couple of eggs with herbs, a few little pieces of bell peppers (yellow, red, green), a teaspoon of parmesan cheese, salt and pepper. Leave it in a well sealed jar or tupperware. In the morning you will just put all this in a nonstick pan, or in a mug and than for a minute in the microwave, make some coffee or pour some juice and you are done! Have a great day!
minutes to prepare the night before and you can take them to go or eat them in 5 min. Give them flavor with cocoa powder or cinnamon and you a good fast healthy great t breakfast
* In Israel, you might have ﬂatbread dipped in olive oil and sprinkled with za’atar (a Middle Eastern dried herb mix), and fresh cucumber and tomato salad.
*Lebanon: leftover grains, usually bulgur or barley + milk + cinnamon + honey + fruit
*Spain and Italy: toasted bread + soft cheese + fresh fruit or freshly squeezed fruit juice
*Greece: paximadia (bread made from whole wheat, chickpea, and barley ﬂour) + olives + cheese
*Syria: tahini yogurt with chickpeas + pickles + sliced radishes
*Morocco: fried egg in olive oil + soft cheese + olives + ﬂatbread
Cereal for breakfast. Or I have a bar for breakfast if it is a fast breakfast. Also sometimes I have toast with avocado. Sometimes I have milk with it or water.
Other than that eggs in any style, and hot oats in milk are an easy goer too.
I like to melt butter in the pan first and put half a can of corn in to cook while I break and mix up the eggs! I also like to cut up half an onion to put in after the corn, before the eggs. It probably takes me about 7 minutes to make when I do all that. Very simple and simply delicious!
I use quick oats with the addition of some nuts (pecan pieces are my fav), dried fruits (raisin, cranberry, currents, etc) and then I add a little flaxseed & chia seeds.
I never measure anything. Just throw a little of this and that in a bowl, add hot water (I have an electric kettle that makes it super easy) cover for a min or two while doing whatever, then add some milk/almond milk n sugar (not too much) and voila! Tasty healthy warm food. Can be taken to go if necessary.
But slow down to eat when possible. 😉
P.S. You can find a great variety of recipes on the internet, and you can find frozen cut up fruit at the store
Also, an apple and a banana will give you slow release energy and all kinds of nutrients.
Instant oats are another great option. Just be careful of sugar content.
I’ve tried lots of things and this is the best for waking me up
Sometimes it will grab some frozen vegetables and heat up in the pan just before doing the eggs. I follow a slow carb diet and so works for me. Is a bit more time I stir fry capsicum shredded carrot with some mince and microgreens.
Peanut butter and Banana
- Why is it wrong to skip breakfast? I know people who skip breakfast and actually feel better after skipping breakfast.
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- How do I start remembering things better and feel comfortable with it?
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- Is caffeine okay, or not recommended?
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