Can anyone give me recipes for breakfast that doesn’t require any cooking or chopping stuff? An easy peasy but a tasty, healthy breakfast.

Steven C.
Skyr (icelandic yogourth high in protein), 2 to 3 tbsp, high fibre muesli with seeds and nuts, 2 to 3 tbsp and fruit, berries, sliced apple, banana
Cassidy O.
Smoothies! There’s a lot of ways to craft a tasty, and filling breakfast smoothie. I always try to keep in mind that sweetness is not the goal, it’s just a benefit. Start with a base milk, I use oat or soy usually. You want enough milk so that it’s easy to drink, not super thick. Then some greens! I use spinach (avocado or kale works too) because it’s easy to keep a big frozen bag on hand that’s already chopped and ready to go, throw in about a cup for a big smoothies and half a cup for a smaller one. Then your fruits! This can be any combination that you like, just make sure it’s more fruit than greens. So at least a cup for a big smoothie. I use apples, bananas (frozen is a nice touch), strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, peaches, mangos, anything. A lot of this you can buy frozen and pre-cut, but buying fresh reduces plastic waste sometimes . Top it off with Chia seeds for protein, and for more protein find a protein powder you like and add a scoop. I like vegan vanilla powder!
Earl P.
You could try overnight oats. There are lots of variations, but basically you put oatmeal in a container and stir in milk and any flavors you like. You can keep it simple with some brown sugar and fruit. Then just leave it in the fridge overnight.
Luciano A.
Overnight Oats are super easy, add equal parts oats and milk (any kind) to a cup and refrigerate overnight. Top with something like berries and nuts. Add a drizzle of honey to sweeten if needed.

If you prefer a light breakfast or need small side item to go with your breakfast take a berrie nut mixture and put it ontop of either unsweetened yogurt (I prefer greek) or a bed of fresh spinach.

For a more substantial breakfast eat that on the side with chicken (pulled off a rotisserie chicken) dipped in your favorite jam (I recommend apricot jam).

For a meal on the go I turn to a peanut butter and honey sandwich on raisin bread (my guilty breakfast pleasure). It's even better if you can slice or mash up a banana to go on it!

On the note of bananas. Frozen bananas are amazing (they taste like a cream popsicle). You can dip them in peanut butter, hazelnut spread,or chocolate spread (if you need treat yourself!).

If the microwave is an option scrambled eggs are easy and surprisingly good. Microwave 30sec, stir and then microwave till done (about another 10sec). I like mine with raisin mixed in, they're also good with nuts, herbs (rosemary!), or other berries.

Katja A.
Sandwich, oatmeal (just add oats in a bowl and pour boiled water) yogurt, granola/cereal with milk, crackers with jam, (not on a completely empty stomach) fruits such as banana, blueberries, orange, melon etc, granola bars, toasts with honey and butter
Allison C.
Yogurt + granola + berries; bagel with cream cheese and cucumber/tomato with everything bagel seasoning (or other seed combo); cereal/muesli + milk + berries
Nicole C.
When I want an easy breakfast I make oatmeal.
1/3 cup oatmeal
1/2-2/3 cup water

2 minutes in the microwave

Then add your favourite toppings. I usually put a scoop or two of yogurt and some frozen blueberries. Sometimes some fresh banana slices.
You can use any fruit (fresh or frozen), pre-chopped nuts, raisins, other dried fruits, honey, milk, whatever. If I want a real treat I put a bit of maple syrup or a sprinkle of brown sugar

Nelson S.
Energising Smoothie
Ready prepared curly kale(available in most supermarkets)
Frozen berries (your preference)
Frozen mango
250ml water or more to your taste

Put in nutribullet or blender and whizz together for one minute. Repeat as necessary and enjoy!!!

Daisy N.
The perfect breakfast sometimes is the simplest one. A one that you can grab on the go, and still provide you with energy and essential nutrients. Fruits are a great example of this. You can also try to add some nuts or dairy products to add protein which will help you stay full and energized for a longer time.
Madison C.
Have a straight up yoghurt and add some of your favourite fruits. There are also to go salads in shops like Morrison. You may also want to make yourself a sandwich. Or toast. When making toast you put the bread in the toaster and then wait until its ready and then spread anything onto it. If you don't want to cut then you can get ready cut bread. And that's all I can come up with. Bye 🙂
Veci S.
One of my favorite breakfast meals is an English muffin toasted with peanut butter and washer raspberries on top! Super delicious and easy to make