Do you have any ideas or recipes for an easy on the go breakfast?

Kelly U.
Overnight oats! I love the customisability of this easy to make meal.
I like to put fresh ground flax or chia seeds, raw almonds and a spoonful of honey or maple syrup.
The flax/chia gels overnight and is awesome at keeping you hydrated all day.

Nikolaj W.
The best thing I can suggest is meal prep in advance. You can make some egg and meat burritos, put them on the fridge and in the morning you heat them on the microwave and your ready to go. That same example you can do it with pretty much everything. The key is doing them in advance, that way is easy to just take, heat and go! I hope this helps you!

Mattias O.
My best tip is to boil 2 eggs the night before and then i make a smothie with some fresh fruit ond veggies in The morning grab a banana and then im ready to kickstart My Day. Good luck

Jorge J.
I like to do meal prep the night before. I usually make a bagel sandwich or have a homemade smoothie. It's quick for me in the morning and I only need one hand. I use Greek gods honey vanilla yogurt and my favorite fruit. I place it in the blender and sit it in the fridge the night before. In the morning while I am getting ready I just start it. My blender has a smoothie setting where it automatically stops when the blender is finished blending.

Josefine W.
I like to have some eggs either fried or boiled and sometimes if I try it I'll put it in a tortilla. Also I usually just go for some porridge oats as this is so good for skin and it will keep you full. I find it's better when u add cinnamon and a bit of Stevia it tastes just like a cinnamon cookie.

L Onie E.
Boil two eggs the night before and put them in the fridge in a container. You can then grab them and eat them cold on the go.

Jared U.
I’ve found that making little egg muffins and freezing them is a great way to have a nutritious breakfast that’s easy to prep in the morning.

I typically add eggs, red onions, peppers, spinach, a little dash of milk, and if I’m in the mood for meat a little bit of bacon or breakfast sausage 🙂 Whip up the eggs, pour them into a muffin pan, drop in the veggies and (cooked) meat…bake at 350 for about 10-12 minutes and you’re good to go! Make sure to spray the pan before pouring 🙂

Carl F.
Breakfast sandwiches are always fun and they can have a ton of variety. Those and burritos can be very fun. Especially if you add some veggies like bell peppers and mushrooms. Honestly just be creative, with food there are a ton of different possibilities that are just waiting to be tried by you. 🙂 Hope this helps! (Also with the state of the world right now, I do not recommend going anywhere. Keep yourself and those around you safe) Have a wonderful day! <3

Tamisonel N.
My recipes for an easy on the go breakfast are energy bars of many made products and protein plus drinks from Bolthouse Farms. Also many different kind of nutritional foods like nuts.

You could make peanut butter sandwich with an apple fruit or drink fruit smoothie on the easy go breakfast. Those are best nutritional values for your body and mind energy through lunch time.

You could get a cup of coffee in the morning to kick start of your concentration mind too.

Renan P.
Quality has effort. Less effort means less quality.

You can go Doritos on your breakfast, depending how you want your older self to look like.

Again, quality older self means current self must effort.

Iria Y.
Yes, carrot pancakes, blend three spons of oats, one carrot, add cinnamon, honey, two eggs and add a bit of milk and cook like a pancake. You can spread penaut butter and a bit of honey. 😘 Delicious

Scarlett G.
Poached egg breakfast wraps. You can poach an egg easily by cracking it into a cup with a little water in the bottom and putting it in the microwave for about 1 minute. This works really well when you're on the go and running short on time.

Karla Z.
A little milk, banana and frozen fruit blended up as a smoothie/milkshake. I'm normally not a fan of smoothie but making it more milkshakey helped me. Can add oats to make it more filling, honey for sweetening, chia seeds, protein powder, yoghurt etc. Whatever you want.

Beverly P.
Microwave oats, this is a more efficient way to cook them if you are in a rush, you can also add fruits with a squeeze of honey and this is a healthy and delicious way to have them
Also, if you fry egg and a selection of vegetables and meat such as bacon (kind of like an omelette), with a sprinkle of salt it's a quick healthy breakfast , not to mention delicious too!

Edgar C.
I love Avacado toast. I use the Ezekiel bread. Toast the bread lightly in toaster oven, then spread fresh avacado, a sprinkle of cheddar cheese, sprinkle of Parmesan cheese, if I have time I will add a soft boiled egg or fried egg, then broil it for about 1 min to crisp the cheese.

Martina O.
I usually do yogurt with a fruit, nuts and oatmeal. It takes about 5 minutes to do, is very simple and still gives you some energy for the day.

Verena C.
Every few weeks we go to the market and get seeds, nuts, dried berries, slivers of 100 percent chocolate, etc (all without added sugar). My husband makes a mixes this and we put it in a big jar. We just add this to yogurt or sometimes I have mine simply drizzled with local organic honey.

Amelia O.
I like to prepare overnight oats the night before – 40g oats, greek yoghurt or quark and blueberries – then I can grab it from the fridge to eat on my way to work or in a morning break.

Tevia F.
Peanut butter & apple slices, overnight oatmeal or smoothie bowls, smoothie prepped the night before, nut mixture, I like to have something sweet to sastify that craving, but lately it's been apples. Yogurt, egg sandwich, grilled cheese are some other things that I will have if they're available. Right now I'm living with another family and during quarantine so it's harder to run to the grocery store and prep beforehand, so I've been having to get creative with what's arounf me, but in general, whether on the go or not, it's really helpful for me to prep the food the night before or the week of so that it's something I can grab in the morning and eat, otherwise when I'm hungry and don't have something prepped that's when I'm much more likely to eat the things that aren't good for me, like peanut M&M's or peanut butter cups because "they have protein". Prep beforehand, prep the day before, that's what's helpful for me.

Shayma X.
For me, either omelette with cucumber and tomato is my way to go, with a cup of tea and water on the side!
On days where I’m not up to make something that big, I would usually make a simple cheese toast! But both are very good!

Judy X.
40g oats, low fat natural yogurt, frozen or fresh fruit. Layer the oats, yogurt and fruit in a container or jar and press down to make sure you have as much fruit in as you like. Put in the fridge overnight and eat next morning or take with you.