Ive also found eating breakfast in the same place helps me slow down. When I worked as a server I showed up 15 minutes early, sat at the same bar stool, read the Oregonian and at that to go food I mentioned. Now I eat at my home desk and look over my calendar. I hope this helps and makes sense. I know you're going to customize your habits in a way that meets your needs. Cheers!
Prepare easily accessible breakfasts the night before such as overnight oats in the fridge (there are so many good recipes online), and putting fruit and a bag of nuts on the side that you can grab before you leave.
Smoothies are also a great option for when you have no time at all – blend everything the night before (oats, yoghurt, fresh and frozen fruits, peanut butter, protein powder, the options are limitless), then put it in the fridge and grab it when you leave.
- What are your ideas for healthy make-ahead breakfasts?
- How important is variety when it comes to eating breakfast?
- Does anyone have any suggestions for an on the go breakfast to just take with me along with my normal piece of fruit? The main reason I may not eat breakfast in the morning is due to time, but I find most ‘breakfast bar’ type on the go breakfasts boring and unsatisfying so I still find myself snacking an hour or two later.
- How long does it usually take to make your protein-rich breakfast on average? What shortcuts do you have, if any?
- What is something to eat for breakfast when you have to run out the door?
- I would like to ask for some help amongst the Fabulous members. Because I’m not easily motivated and don’t have much time on my hands, what can I do to ensure that I have a good breakfast without being time consuming in the morning?
- What about oil in breakfast? Is it good or bad? For example paratha and fried egg?
- What are some uncommon but amazing proteins to add to my mornings?
- What are vegan options for a high protein breakfast?
- What are good ideas for breakfast on the go??