Make ahead mason jars of steel cut oats can be topped with fruit and nuts for a grab and go breakfast.
Avocado on multigrain toast with a handful of greens and a splash of olive oil and balsamic is pretty quick to throw together.
You can also make individual omelettes in a muffin tin. Make a big batch on Sunday and then microwave individual portions each morning.
Or you could prepare oatmeal with fruits the evening before, and just Re-heat it in the morning or eat it cold.
Overall it’s super cheap because the only ingredients you use are eggs, oatmeal, cinnamon, artificial sweetener, and bananas, but it still keep me full for a long time while cutting the time needed in the morning. Definitely give it a shot!
Another thing to consider if you’re trying to lose weight is to try intermittent fasting (IF), which is basically only eating in an 6-8 hour window of the day (like noon-8pm). That way your lunch will be your breakfast in the sense of it being when you break your fast. It sounds difficult, but it helps in so many ways. First, it’s easy because you only have to worry about two meals a day. Second, it really builds your ability to resist cravings (yes, even after being fasted for 16 hours). Third, eating breakfast in the morning followed by a lunch in the middle of your workday tends to make people sluggish. By saving breakfast for lunchtime, you’re saving that good morning boost you need for the middle of your day when you need it most, and when you eat dinner at night, you’ll feel more relaxed and sleep more easily. Give it some research 🙂
Sometimes I will do something quick like fruit and yoghurt. The idea is to prep the night before if you have a busy morning so you can put it together and have it before you go. You only need about 10 mins so plan it into your morning the night before.
Developing a routine has helped me immensely
Figuring out the proportions for a perfect consistency took a few tries but what I really love about overnights oats is that I can really play with the ingredients.
Lately I have experimented with probiotic buttermilk instead of yogurt, 1-2 teaspoons of chia seeds and a variety of different spices.
Fry some eggs and add cheese on it so cheese can melt and meet with the wonderful taste of egg
And some milk annnnnd olive this is a great breakfast to me my friend
In the morning just stir it- add a bit more fresh berries/fruit maybe some seeds and or nuts.
I’ll normally do up 3 or 4 small jars ready for the week. I’ll alternate days with avocado toast topped with a homemade Dukka Or a slice of fresh tomato and a bowl of fresh fruit.
Add blueberries, shreded coconut, flax seeds, poppy seeds and cutted almonds and enjoy!
You can add bananas if you like it more sweet!
If I am in hurry in the morning I usually boil two eggs, and make a smoothie (banana, cereals, tumeric and yoghurt or almond milk)
Quick and filling.
Если нужен белок, то рекомендовал бы шейкер протеиновой смеси.
When I dont have as much prep time and have to cook each morning, I toast a piece of whole grain bread, sauté 1 cup of spinach, and fry 2 eggs. Stack them as an open sandwich, top with salsa, and eat with a fork (don’t try to pick it up!).
That being said, it's usually worth waking up a bit earlier to make sure one's morning routine is solid—if at all possible.
I often have porridge in oat milk with a huge spoon of peanut butter these days! 🙂
Also I love Raisin Bran w blueberries and milk- super fast.
It is a really good breakfast❤️
1st one : cut an avocado in half, then cut each half to small cubes and put them in a bowl, finally add honey to make sweet, but if you want to make it savory add garlic powder and onion powder with red summac and pomegranate molasses
2nd one : put half a cup of oats ( any kind of oats it doesn’t matter) with hot water ( water must reach to the top of the oats not the bowl) then add 2tbsp of honey and 2tbsp of peanut butter.
Ready to go smoothie
Fruits ready to swallow wt boiled eggs