2. Baked oats in the over are a good one and lasts yoi for multiple days.
3. Bread with peanutbutter and banana.
Hope this helps you on your journey to a healthy lifestyle!
Yogurt and granola
Banana oat chocolate chip muffins (more involved, but delicious)
Meal prepping is key!
Oatmeal with fruit
Peanut butter and apple slices
For my fellow Indians who love a traditional brekkie – the humble dish of dosa/uttapam/idli
It's ready to eat in the morning!
Low sugar protein bars are great too! Just make sure if you have any intolerances the bar is free of them. I am gluten, lactose, and legume intolerant. So I can't have soy, whey, or protein. I have to read the ingredients carefully when I'm buying one.
Banana and peanut butter is a quick and delish fix. Same with apple slices and peanut butter. Bonus points if the peanut butter is natural with no sugar added.
A dense wholegrain loaf of bread with raw peanut butter is great too. Two slices is better than 1. Add sugar free jam to sweeten if you need to, or even better would be smashing some berries or banana slices.
Tuna salad in mayonnaise
Cook only 1 time but it can keep to 1 week
Cereal topped with fruit and wheat germ, flax, or chia seeds
Make ahead mason jar breakfasts
Make ahead crustless egg tartlets
Try to stick to whole grains, and fruit. If you enjoy larger breakfasts, try to incorporate protein to stay full for longer. A lot of my friends will make-ahead egg cups in a muffin tin (add peppers or cheese as you like) and grab one or two a day.
Takes 5 min to make the night before and you store in the fridge before eating it the next morning. You can look up recipes online
The Golden role prepare the food before ahead, before you go to bed just spend 10 mins getting things ready.
However here are my favorite recipes (they contain healthy carbs, protein and vitamins) for the meal:
This is the best granola to pair with yogurt and fruit.
Mango, strawberry, raspberry, or green SMOOTHIES. YUMMY and still rich in fiber, protein if u add milk and delicious.
Eggs 🥚 they are pure and strong protein sources, you can boil one wile getting dressed or fry one which takes less than 5 mins combined with fresh vegetables or green leaves ( Cucumber, tomatoes, lattice… Etc)
To make it even easier a large apple 🍏 or a medium size banana with two to three teaspoons of oatmeal and you are ready to run a marathon hehehe.
Make a big sheet pan of this almond and oat granola bark and you'll be set for breakfast (and snacks!) throughout the week.
Pineapple, Ginger, and Walnut Oatmeal. Get them slightly cooked add 🍯 honey and keep them in the refrigerator take 3 to 4 spoons in the morning and you are ready 😍
Chilled Overnight Chia
Go ahead and sleep in, because these creamy oats literally cook themselves overnight in the fridge.
You will need small plates half a cup of milk for each 1 big tables spoon of chia 1 big table spoon of oatmeal a handful of nuts and slices of 🍌 bananas.
Heath the milk mix the ingredients let it cook in the fridge sleep tight and enjoy them in the morning.
Slice of toast, low fat white cheese , and greens.
I hope that I was able to help.
So, here my options:
– tea with a teaspoon of honey, two slices of whole bread with my favourite jam
– a banana and raspberries smoothie, really easy to make
– banana and oatmeal pancakes and a glass of juice
– milk and whole wheat cereals, maybe with chunks of dark chocolate
– oatmeal and nuts bar, I made them by myself once a month, so I have 12/15 bars ready to go
– sometimes I like english breakfast, so toasted whole wheat bread with scrambled eggs and soft cheese and a glass of juice or tea
This is it, hope this is useful for you!
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