Do you have any quick easy breakfast ideas for when you’re in a hurry?

Aaron O.
Avocado toast or toast with peanut butter and banana slices.. while your bread is being toasted mash your avocado and add seasonings or begin to slice your banana that way when your toast is done all you will have left to do is spread your topping.

Jim U.
When I am in a hurry I usually make me two scrambled eggs and put them in a Togo container or I’ll grab a banana and head out the door with that. I also like instant oatmeal when I’m in a hurry as well. Those are my three quick go to morning foods when I’m in a hurry.

Fen Sia Z.
Yeah I do. A lot of mornings I have Greek yogurt with some assortment of fruit and seeds, and a touch of honey. If I know I’m going to be in a hurry when I wake up, I’ll make breakfast ahead of time. Today I had a simple egg and cheese sandwich which I made last night and then just heated up for a few seconds this morning (and a cup of coffee). Nothing extravagant, but filling and healthy.

Marie S.
I usually drink a glass of milk on the mornings I can't make anything fancy. It keeps me full until lunchtime or longer. Whole milk will feel more satisfying than 2% or skim.

Jayden N.
I would suggest a fruit on the go like a banana, or you could prepare your breakfast the night before for example a porridge to avoid wasting a lot of time

April O.
usually i dont have a lot of time in the mornings soni just grab a banana or something else i can take on the go. however, if i have more time i like to make some eggs by just cracking them into he pan – it only takes, at most, 10 minutes and it fills me up until lunch.

Willard U.
Oatmeal doesn’t have to be boring nor take long to prepare. Have ingredients and toppings that you like ready and prepared so all you have to do in the morning is throw it together. Take a bowl and add 1 dL of oats, 1 dL of coconut milk and 1 dL of water. Add a pinch of salt and chia seeds. Stir and put it in the microwave for 3 minutes on low. You can use those 3 minutes for something else like packing your bag for the day 🙂 when the oats are done you can go ahead and put fruit, nuts, nut butter, seeds, stewed apples or whatever else you like on there. You now have a healthy, filling breakfast in just a few minutes

Debra T.
I’m learning that cold cuts and fruit never really stir me wrong. Or oatmeal with fruit as well. Just learned how to make polenta wouldn’t mind experimenting with that for breakfast

Donald O.
Well yes. Usually I make scrambled eggs (with milk, salt and pepper) and put them on my noodles. If I have less time than that, then I jusr butter 2 pieces of toast and put feta cheese on

Ben Z.
I try, not always successfully, to make things on the weekends for weekday breakfasts. Baked eggs, egg muffins… Something I can grab on the way out the door.

Adelaide B.
I blend my breakfast every day, I don’t like to eat first thing in the morning. I have a smoothie containing banana, orange juice and low fat natural yoghurt as a base then use spinach and various berries. It keeps me full, is 5/5 a day and it’s really quick and easy to make. You can also take it with you if you are in a hurry!

Herminia F.
Eggs and toast are super quick to make! If you need something quicker than that, try toast/English muffin with PB&J and some fruit on the side.

Ricardo J.
Since I work at an office I try to keep oatmeal at my desk in case I have to rush over here. Otherwise I’d say a granola bar with little processing and high protein.

Rebecca T.
I boil enough eggs to last me 2 or 3 days, so i make avocados toast with the eggs In the morning. Or I just eat muesli with milk.

Marine Y.
I purchased some microwave meals with omelets/eggs and sausage or bacon. The company is personal trainer foods, but there are probably others. I like them because they are whole food and minimal if any preservatives.

Jakob O.
I prep the ingredients for a protein shake the night before and then all I need to to in the morning is blend it all together and I'm good to go! A really easy and still tasty breakfast!

Charlotte Y.
You could make overnight oats! Or prep some yoghurt in a container, with some (homemade) granola in another one. Chop up some fruit in the morning to add and there you go! Or maybe an easy sandwich with hummus and some veggies like cucumber and chickpeas, for when you need some extra energy! Or make homemade breakfast muffing or bars! There are a lot of good recipes out there! 🙂

Clara B.
Overnight oats – made the night before and can just be taken with you, or eaten on way somewhere. Also granola bars, home made are the best.

Lonnie Q.
A handful of plain mixed nuts and a glass of water. Drink the water first, then eat the nuts once your out of the house.

Conny F.
I think overnight oats are a great option. Just soak oats in a bowl or jar overnight in the fridge then add any toppings you’d like. Zz

Malthe N.
I have cashews and clementines on hand, have with tea. Then for snack have milk and banana about an hour later. This will give you an iron and protein burst with citrus Vitamin C and fiber to start your day. As women, we need more iron. Then

Ricky Y.
Breakfasts:
Peanut butter on toast + fruit
Weetbix + fruit
Low sugar yoghurt and fruit
Eggs on toast
Baked beans on toast
Overnight oats
Porridge
Almond, walnut,pumpkinseeds,raisins, cranberry
Omelette

Ulla O.
I like to keep protein powders on deck for a quick breakfast! I always have a detox tea to help kickstart my metabolism, but for the actual “breakfast” I’ll use 1 serving of protein, yogurt (I like to use coconut yogurt), almond milk, and a few add ins depending on the recipe. These can also be meal prepped the night before, just add all the dry ingredients together that night and the add the liquids in in the morning! Other than that, avocado on whole grain toast or a two egg omelet can be whipped up in under 15 minutes!

Hermine X.
A sprinkle of low sugar granola in a bowl and add goji berries, hemp seed, pecan nuts, cacao nibs, pumpkin seeds, flaxseed, cacao powder, dates and coconut flakes. Add milk of your own choice.

Isa As Y.
I will grab an energy bar and a handful of mixed nuts to get me started until I can get something more substantial. Also fruit, fresh or dried.

Jacob S.
Most definitely you can kill your hunger with zero amount of time and this is how I do it : if you have fruits or any kinda if uncookable vegetables grab it! Or you can do what I do and which is more cool you basically cook morning launch and store them when you wake up and take them to work or where you are going . Your welcome ! Mike naim

Axel G.
Yes! I like to make overnight oats or chia pudding the night before (I do 1.4c oats, 1 Tbsp Chia seeds, 1/2c. Greek yogurt, milk of choice until it’s a little too thin, will thicken over time), top it with fruit or nuts in the morning. Can make it in a to-go container to eat on the way. I also like to prep a smoothie ahead by putting all the ingredients into a blender cup and putting it in the fridge overnight. Then just pop it on the blender and drink in the morning! Also eating a banana or apple with peanut butter or putting peanut butter on a toast and grabbing a fruit to eat are great fast morning options.

Layla W.
I have 3 suggestions .
1) a smoothie; fruits, yogurt, and a small amount of a healthy oil eg. Almond oil for healthy fats, and add peanut butter for protein, add liquids as necessary.

2) toast, nut-butter (protien), honey, sliced banana

3) overnight oats; prep 1/2 cup of raw oats in 1cup of milk, in the morning heat if you want, add nuts, fruit ect

Marie C.
My key is to prepare ahead, overnight oats, some fruit, nuts, seeds…makes it so easy to grab and walk out the door…eat on the way to work or when I get there…

I used to be useless and just not eat breakfast…but now I've learnt better…and feel better when I've started the day right.