Bacon and store in the fridge for the next day to just warm it up and add it to some scrambled eggs and some fresh tomatoes. You can peel off a carrot and cut it in slices in advance so it’s ready to eat. Buy some berries, they last in the fridge for a couple of days, so every morning you just have to make your bowl of yogurt, add the berries, some cereals, chocolates bits of you want and you are set to go. Buy a bag of roasted almonds and just pick as many as you please in the morning with the rest of your meal.. you can have nuts on the go as well if you commute. I also buy berries, 4 types, cut them all, add a banana, pack all these fruits in 6-7 ikeas plastic food bags, 1 per every day of the week, and freeze them. So in the morning I take one out, Chuck it in the blender, add coconut milk or yogurt and whatever else I please and in a couple of minutes I got an energising smoothie/frozen yogurt I can drink while getting ready for the day or take it with me.
A) Plan your breakfasts – morning meals are the most important ones to plan ahead because people usually have less time and it’s going to set you up for the day! So think ahead: how much time do you have to prepare a meal on workdays? 10 minutes? 5? Maybe no time at all? Work with what you have. Let’s say you only have 5 minutes in this example.
B) Prepare: once you’ve planned ahead, you know you only have 5 minutes to prepare. That means you will need to do the bulk of your preparation ahead of time, and you have 5 minutes to assemble and/or heat up your food. Some options for a 5 minute prep time: egg muffins (basically omelettes in the shape of a muffin for portion control and easy to carry around); fruit & nut butter; open faced smoked fish sandwich; boiled eggs.
C) Prepare again: preparation is so important! Healthier options usually need some cooking time before they’re ready, so make sure you always have some elements in your fridge or pantry that are ready to eat if your schedule gets ahead of you: a bunch of boiled eggs, homemade sauces and seasonings, roasted vegetables etc. If you run out of time one day, you’ll have this ready and no excuse to pick up a drive thru fast food breakfast!
1/2 cup liquid like dairy milk or almond, coconut milk
1/2 cup oats
1/2 cup yoghurt (optional)
1 teaspoon chia seeds (optional but highly recommended!)
1/2 banana smashed (optional)
Blend this all together the night before and leave in fridge over night. Your healthy breakfast is ready for you the next morning. Top with your favorite toppings to make even better, for example cinnamon, fresh fruit or berries
You can prepare a nice cereal in the evening with different nuts, raisins, etc. and in the Morning you just add some fresh fruits and milk.
This can be done in like 5 min.
Otherwise boil some eggs and eat them in the morning. You can peal it and with two bites you have a lot of “Energy fuel“ in your Body.
I make a green smoothie for breakfast every day which cuts down this entire process by far more than half since I use bananas, frozen organic strawberries and blueberries, baby spinach, and apple cider, all which require no prep; I use only a straw and a glass/cup. And cleaning my vitamix requires just 30 seconds of blending water with a single drop of dish soap and a quick rinse.
If I have a couple of minutes more: one egg, 2 spoons of yogurt, 2 spoons of oat bran, and cook for 2 minutes each side.
Both are really good and easy! 😊
peel ,cut ,eat just in a jiffy,
If ur veg go for potatoes…there are alot of reciepes on youtube try that too
1. Try to wake up earlier – this is definitely the hardest option, but an earlier rise will help you have more time to make breakfast.
2. Meal prep on Sundays before the week starts! A great meal prep option is hard boiled eggs, pair that with some whole wheat bread and fresh fruit and you’ll have an easy, on the go breakfast every morning
3. Make smoothies – if you aren’t a fan of the meal prepping, you can also smoothie prep. Combine fresh fruits, vegetables and coconut water or fruit juice, add in some protein powder or oatmeal and you can get a completely breakfast, quickly!
My person preference is a combination of 2 and 3, this way I mix up my meals and on the days I have a little more time I make a smoothie! And when I don’t I have eggs fruit and bread ready for me!
I hope this helps
Do it for two weeks until you get used to the rhythm. Then change it if needed
You can prepare something in advance like overnight oats.
I personally have a meal replacement which provides all the nutritional needs of a complete and balanced meal.
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