Yogurt is a good option too – I buy it plain and mix it up with some dries fruit, nuts, granola, and a little maple syrup for sweetener. Sliced apples and peanut butter with a serving of cheese is great for a small quick breakfast as well. You can also add a hard boiled egg or two to these options! You can make those days ahead and have enough eggs already made for the week!
Once you’re in the habit you can make scrambled or fried eggs very quickly.
Cook and freeze sausages or bacon and microwave just what you need that day.
Bircher muesli is made the night before. Just add some nuts and yoghurt in the morning.
Meanwhile, toast some bread or grab some rice cakes (Tomato and Basil Ones are my fave!). Slice an avocado, take half and mash with fork. Add a squeeze of lime, salt, and a few chopped cherry tomatoes. Mix it up!
Add to toast or rice cake, slice eggs in half, and add on top! Sprinkle paprika and pepper to your liking, and voila! 1-2 servings!
I like peanut butter and banana on rye, or avocado and ham on rye with salt and pepper (both of these have protein, healthy fats and carbs so should last until lunch time). I also like rolled oats in coconut yoghurt with blueberries.
- What are some of your favorite low-carb breakfast options?
- Is cereal a good option for those days where you just don’t have the time to cook a proper meal?
- Do you have smoothies for breakfast? Any recipes to share?
- How long after waking up should I have breakfast?
- What do you prepare for your breakfast?
- What should I eat if I’m planning a bigger breakfast later in the morning?
- What supplements do you recommend adding to your daily breakfast intake?
- Do you prefer sweet (pastry, fruits, honey, grains, etc.) or savory (eggs, bacon, salmon, avocado toast, etc.) breakfasts?
- What are some ways to introduce more variety into my daily breakfast?
- What are some breakfast options for when you are on the go and rushing out the door?