Can anybody please give me some breakfast ideas that doesn’t involve toast and is easy?

Corinne Q.
Apples and cottage cheese. Peaches and cottage cheese. Apples and peanut butter. Make some hard boiled eggs the night before while working on something or watching your favorite show and then you can eat them the next day.

Candice Z.
I like to make a batch of egg muffins to have on hand. I fill a muffin tin with chopped veggies and beaten eggs (you can add shredded cheese too) then bake. I freeze them and grab 2 every morning for a quick breakfast. Only about 1-2 minutes in the microwave if frozen, 30 seconds if you defrosted them in the fridge overnight

Kenzi E.
Plain unsweetened yogurt, two bananas, two teaspoons of peanutbutter, a pinch of salt and a splash of milk to make it less thick in the blender. Peanutbutter banana breakfast smoothie! (Gives you those required proteins and sugars)

Dwight E.
I’ve been eating an apple and I’ll scoop peanut butter onto it to make it taste even better. Or instant oatmeal I just pour milk/water in and microwave.

Mary U.
You could make some things ahead of time like egg bites or overnight oats. I also like smoothies or oatmeal. You can too overnight oats and oatmeal with nuts, fruit, nut butters, honey, etc. I will make egg bites with a protein and cheese or veggies for instance bacon bits with cheese or sundried tomatoes with feta and basil. You could also cut an avocado and make avocado boats. I like to sprinkle my avocado with everything bagel seasoning or honey/salt/pepitas. Sometimes I’ll also roast up a batch of veggies and put an egg on top and I can make it all ahead of time.

Stine N.
How about oatmeal? I’m not a big fan of plain oatmeal, but you can add a spoonful of peanut butter, and/or other nuts like walnuts, hazelnuts, seeds like pumpkin or sunflower, chia, sesame seeds even. You can add any dried fruit, or have already chopped fruit in the fridge or freezer to make it easy to add. You can also try adding some cottage cheese, maybe sour cream and experiment with different plant based milk in place of water/ cows milk. Almond or rice milk could perhaps add a nice taste 🙂 the oatmeal itself can soak overnight in the fridge and just be warmed quickly in a microwave or on the stove, or made in the morning.

April B.
Plain yogurt and fruit is my go to. Almost all protein and easy to keep interesting by changing up the fruit. You can also add honey or maple syrup if it's not sweet enough for you.

Jana F.
You can have oatmeal
You can prepare it the night before
You can do it the way you like and it’s nice and really helps in weight loss

Annabel F.
Oatmeal can be prepared the night before. (Look for directional online). A scrambled egg is fast and filling, plus think of all that protein to start the day.

Ewa T.
Overnight oats! A night before put together some oats, natural yoghurt, fruit, cinammon. Ready when you wake up. You can add some honey. Tons of recipes on pintrest

Selma G.
Egg burritos. Heat up the wrap in microwave (30 seconds). Scramble 1 large-sized egg and wrap it in. Add cheese and any other ingredients like chopped kale, mushrooms, tomatoes, salami, bacons if you like to make it a more sumptuous breakfast. Enjoy!

Jan A.
Besides toast, a good idea could be making a regular ham and cheese sandwich. Or boil a couple eggs. Try maybe also getting cereal with full oats?

Jem F.
My new favorite – a green smoothie. Put in a blender: almond or coconut milk, a couple teaspoons of powdered ginger (or to your taste), a big handful of spinach, a banana, and a few ice cubes. Blend, pour, drink! Good to take to go. You can also blend the spinach ahead of time and pour into an ice cube tray, so you can use frozen spinach cubes. And you can also peel bananas, break them into chunks, and freeze them. So nothing goes bad and using frozen ingredients makes it taste more like ice cream. This smoothie is also good with avocado and/or protein or collagen powder too.

Also pre-make a batch of hard boiled eggs, so you can grab one to eat with the smoothie.

Hannah F.
1/2 cup of muesli (no added sugar), 4 tbsp low-fat Greek yoghurt, 1 sliced banana and a few dried blueberries – delicious!

Lison T.
Hi there an easy breakfast is an amulet with ham and cheese in it or you can put anything you want in it or you could have overnight oats there one of the best breakfasted I’ve ever had if you search it up the slimming world one is very nice hope this helped ❤️🙂

T Ina Z.
Some good options for an easy and fast healthy breakfast is to make a smoothie, chia pudding, and overnight oatmeal. These are some of my favorites and I hope you found this helpful.

Andreas C.
You could try porridge and top it according to your taste, or maybe you could make a bowl with a yoghurt base and fruit, always picking your toppings. It would be best to add a source of healthy fats there, it's pretty easy (you could go for nuts, seeds, nut butters, maybe coconut…).
You could also go for a savoury breakfast and cook up some eggs with some veggies, like spinach, and eat your favorite carb source with it.
I suggest you to try out chia pudding as well, it's easy to make (you could even prep it the night before) and it's very nutritious.
They're not my favourite, but you could give a go to smoothies and smoothie bowls too. You can experiment with different ingredients, different consistencies and different toppings.
[If you're vegan, you can substitute milk and yoghurt with non-dairy alternatives and eggs with your preferred protein sources — I've never tried eggs substitutes and I don't know about their nutrients content, sooo…]

Kylie I.
One of my favorite breakfasts are Oatmeal with Walnuts and honey(instead of sugar). You can even add fresh fruits too. I sometimes have scrambled eggs with it as well. Both are easy to prepare.

Erstename S.
Oatmeal is wonderful! You can prepare it the night before, or really quickly in the morning. You can make it spicy or sweet. You can add whatever you want to it to personalize and refine it. Oatmeal is great!

Amandine Y.
Porridge is Amazing , not only is it super fast and easy to make it will provide you with lots of energy. Also you can customise it with any toppings of you choice personally I like 3 teaspoons of sweetener.

Maya U.
Here are some possible breakfast ideas, I hope they are useful to you:

– fruit salad
– oatmeal with fruit, some seeds, and/or some almonds, nuts… (or you can just buy an already prepared mix in the store)
– omelette with just eggs and chopped olives, and in addition to that some orange juice or fresh tomatoes (I personally love this one)
– boiled or fried eggs, and whatever you have at home at the moment 🙂

Bon appetit!

Victor Q.
Hi. I'm used to have a glass of water first thing in the morning, than 2-3 peaces of fruit and then I reccomend a green smoothie (e. g. cucumber, avocado, spinach, frozen berries, water). It's my morning routine. But you also might like some eggs (scrambled, soft egg,..) with seasonal vegetable, or handful of nuts with.. I don't know.. white yogurt, if you'd enjoy it. Have a nice day 🙂🤞🌼

Remo N.
Overnight oats are amazing! 1/2 cup oats to every 2/3-3/4 cups milk product of choice (I've used heavy cream and coffee creamers and they are amazing). Add some spices of your choice and let sit overnight in a Mason jar. Can be eaten cold or nuked for about a minute to heat through.

Erin G.
I'm currently obsessed with almond flour pancakes: 1/2 c almond flour, 1 egg, 1 tbsp oil, pinch of baking powder, and a few drops of vanilla extract. I like the dense texture and nutty (not starchy) taste. I top with pb or fresh fruit with a dollop of Greek yogurt and usually a side of another egg for extra protein.

Clyde B.
Porridge and half a banana or blueberries

Wholegrain cereals such as granola (just be mindful of the sugar content as some are high in sugar)

Ang Lica Y.
a parfait is pretty easy, just yogurt and fruits, some good cereal with yogurt is also a nice, filling breakfast (i like greek yogurt with muesli and some fruit). Fruits in general are super filling and energizing so anything with fruits will do. Peanut butter is also really filling and energizing! I like to put it in overnight oats (the crunchy peanut butter adds a nice texture!) There's a traditional dish from where I'm from called "perico" (Literally "parakeet") it's very simple, delicious, and filling! it's made by scrambling eggs with tomatoes and onions, super quick and easy, a great variation on regular scrambled eggs!

Taciana E.
Porridge + sweet /savoury toppings (I even put hummus and a soft boiler egg in sometimes)
Everything premade is easy in the morning, so you could do some chickpea flour pancakes and get the batter prepped in the evening.
Smoothies are also a good option if you have a few bananas and other produce around, the better the blender the easier it will be. These won't keep you full for too long though

Claude O.
You can have two over easy eggs with a 2 ounce piece of chicken tenderloin stir fried along mushrooms and cherry tomatoes. I usually take this wiht a protein shake made with almond milk. A no carb breakfast will keep you sated until lunch.

Emily W.
Maybe a friut mix with yogurt and nuts can goes well. Or maybe simple morning cereal but adding nuts and fruits like bananna with it

Agata O.
Try Ryvita (or Wasa or any other rye-based crispbread) with salmon, thyme, black pepper and a drop of lemon juice, accompanied with a small bowl of fruit. If you don't like salmon, try bresaola or pastrami.

Arianna T.
I like to ear porridge with fresh seasonal fruit, 3 times a week
And the authors days fresh fruit shake, with almond milk 😉

Nicoline Z.
A nice fruit salad mix (strawberry, kiwi, banana, melon, pineapple, etc.) with a couple eggs, scrambled has great sugar and protein for a long day. Through in some cooked potatoes (like a potato pancake) and you’ve got a full meal!

Liam E.
Overnight oats. You can prepare this the morning before, and switch up the toppings so you don't get bored. I like oats, natural yoghurt, dried cranberries and mixed nuts/seeds.

Sara F.
I love Swiss oatmeal. My fav—chop up an apple & sprinkle with cinnamon, cover with old fashioned oats, then a thick layer of plain yogurt. Top it with a small small amount of orange juice or apple juice, then cover & refrigerate. The next morning, the juice will have seeped through all the layers. It’s really good!

Alicia N.
Smoothies are quick and versatile and a great way to get rid of less than perfect fruit. I also love making oatmeal just toss a cup of quick oats plus a cup or water add a bit of cinnamon and some maple syrup and toss in microwave for 2 mins. Super easy and versatile as well.

Juan O.
Frozen 4 Jonsonville precooked sausage links rolled in a paper towel. Microwave on 60% power for 2 minutes. Protein deliciousness!

Bakiza X.
Currently I have been using meal replacements to help my busy days where I am running out the door. They are like protein shakes but have the recommended nutrients that one needs in a day. Like Hol food. It's not everybody's cup of tea but it works better than no breakfast. 🙂 good luck! (Also maybe prepping breakfast night before?)

Andrea X.
Oats and banana or thinly sliced apple in the bowl
Breakfast smoothie with berries and oats
Healthy cereal
Fried eggs if you have time – best breakfast

Carlene Z.
Potato rosti is pretty easy. Grate a potato. Squeeze out the water. Mix the potato with an egg per person, salt, pepper, sweet chili sauce and cheese. Then store until ready to use. To cook: heat a frying pan and spoon in mixture to make a fritter. I let it cook about 7 minutes per side by setting a timer and getting myself ready. Then enjoy.

Mehraj Q.
Indian Poha is a great choice for a light and non sweet breakfast. Have it with peanuts and sprinkle some pomegranate. Poha is some sort of flattened rice. It’s cooked after soaking it in water for 5-7 mins. Serve it hot. Remember you will be hungry again in an hour or so after this.