Does anyone have a list of healthy breakfast options you can make in under 15mins?

Léonard Vidal
Sounds super millennial but avocado spread with pepper and lime on whole wheat bread or bagel with an egg equals perfectly yummy and easy

Owen Sims
My healthy breakfast is made of a big cup of green tea, a slice of bread, eggs (preferably scrambled), a handful of almonds, tangerines and blueberries.

Shawn Frazier
I make plain, instant oats (although you can premake slow oats and keep them in the fridge for the week if you're so inclined). I then add fresh fruit (I'm partial to blueberries and strawberries and bananas), cinnamon, some chopped nuts, and protein enhanced nut milk. It takes about 3 mins to prepare. It's super simple and filling. 🙂

Adriane Dräger
I'd suggest going online & searching…there are many healthy, quick ideas out there. the whole key is planning: think about your morning the night before. just as setting out your clothes, making your lunch, planning your schedule–the more you can do the night before, the better. and if you get caught on the road minus breakfast, avoid the fatty fast food to make a quick stop at the grocery store. it really doesn't take long to bop in, buy a banana & an apple, and be on your way!

Connie Newman
I tends to drink raw eggs for two. If I get day off, I will cooking two scrambled eggs sometimes with omelette, depend on mood.

Marc Stone
“Pro-oatmeal”…1-1.5c oatmeal, 2tbs powdered peanut butter, whatever fruit, chia seeds, cinnamon, water or almond milk, microwave for 1-2 min.

Noah Hansen
I make some overnight refrigerator oats.
Simply add 1 dL of Oats to a bowl, 1 tablespoon of Chia seeds, and pour in 1 dL of milk. Leave in the refrigerator overnight and top of with frozen berries (I like raspberry or blueberry on mine) and drizzle on some coconut. Very quick and very tasty.

Mya Muller
Bananas with oats, cinnamon and honey.
Whole wheat bread with ricota cheese and avocados. Chia puddin with coconut milk, coconut flakes, almonds and blueberrys.
Tapioca with cottage cheese or other light health cheese.
Papaya with loads of chia seeds.

Linda Kim
Avocado toast! I made it just this morning! Especially easy if you have a toaster. I just pop two slices of bread in the toaster, put one half of the avocado on each toast, squeeze half a lime over it, add a pinch of salt, and smush up the avocado a bit with a fork so it sits evenly on the toast and top each with a poached egg. To make a poached egg, I just fill a small bowl with water, enough to cover the egg. Then I gently crack the egg into the bowl. I poke the yolk once with a fork, cover the bowl with a plate, microwave for just one minute, drain the water, and tada! Avocado toast with poached eggs!

Rachel Hoffman
A list? Maybe .. Some people keep lists for everything. I don’t. I like to think of food items with proteins that I can have for breakfast. In the morning I mix that item with whatever is available.
Sometimes, none is available so I have to wing it 😀

Julia Mitchelle
Morning of:
Scrambled eggs on top of a piece of wheat toast!
You can put a slice of tomato or avacado, maybe some cheese but don’t get carried away! Just crack the egg in the pan and scramble, while your bread is in the toaster. Putting the egg in the pan is easier than getting out a bowl and a whisk to scramble.
The night before:
If you want something sweet, I take a 1/2 cup of instant oatmeal and pour a 1/2 cup of vanilla almond milk and combine them in a small reusable plastic container. Put some frozen berries on top and leave it in the fridge overnight! Add a bit of honey in the morning and head out the door.

Alberte Christensen
I like to have daves killer bread with avocado on it,and an apple ,also maybe a cup of coconut milk. Somtimes ill take a bag of stirfry frozen vegetables, cook them fast in some coconut oil, and mix in 3 eggs . I season that with salt peper and garlic powder. Also always the microwave egg.

Saúl Porto
I like to make boiled eggs ahead of time the night before so they're easy to grab, peel and eat. I also keep bananas and apples on hand. Sometimes I also have peanut butter or almonds. I don't really like yogurt but it would be a good quick breakfast for someone who does but you have to make sure not to get yogurt that's full of sugar.

Anton Johansen
Power shake: 1 scoop protein powder, 1c frozen berries (seedy ones best for health, like blackberries or raspberries), 1c almond milk, 1/2 c fat free Greek yoghurt. Water if needed to thin. Mix in blender (I use Ninja blender). Takes less than 5min.

10min: 2c spinach cook in pan. Take out. Add 1-2eggs, and 3 egg whites. Can add a weight watchers tortilla if you want to make a wrap.

Dennis Jensen
Eggs, oatmeal, kale lemon berry smoothie, eizeikel bread with almond/peanut butter and berries, coffee with almond milk

Isaiah Bailey
Hi, here is the breakfast I eat almost every morning -amounts are approximate:
1/4 C Granola,
moistened w Soymilk
1 fist-full Walnut pieces
1/2 C Greek yogurt
1/3 C Keifer (probiotics)
5-6 Raspberries
1 fist-full Blueberries

It takes longer to heat my tea or coffee than to put this together.

Krystyna Goerke
Mix soya milk + cocoa powder + 1 banana
Toast a slice of wholemeal bread and put scrambled eggs with white cheese on top. Later in the morning I eat a small fruit (not bananas, try to vary).

Noah Gomez
I make hard boiled eggs for the week on Sunday. I eat breakfast salad that I make the night before with kale and lettuces (no iceberg!) And usually one or two veggies and then two of the hard boiled eggs. Dressing is lemon and oil. I also do green smoothies. Google Betty rocker breakfast recipes she's got some really good healthy recipes. The biggest thing is to prep so you aren't making everything in the AM.