I don’t have much time for breakfast, what are some quick but healthy and delicious recipes that I can make?

Elmano F.
Overnight oats. You make them the night before so in the morning all you have to do is eat them.
Make them 1 part oats to 1 part milk (I make 1/2 cup of each but whatever is a good portion size for you), then add whatever you like. I like to add flax and chia seeds, banana and cacao. You can also add nut butters, berries, apple and cinnamon, whatever suits you!

Armando F.
I love to have hard boiled eggs in the fridge so that if I can’t make my usual, avocado toast with egg, I can at least grab a perfectly packaged healthy protein.

Jabes Y.
I usually have my brekkie on the run. I have banana and a cereal bar or greek yogi with honey and some nuts. Keeps me going until lunch.

Floyd Z.
You can make your self a smoothie for breakfast or a fruit salad or even quick on the go vegetable omelet. Just some things to through out there.

Villads Z.
Check out this link I found:
https://greatist.com/health/healthy-fast-breakfast-recipes and make sure to prepare your breakfast the day before. I had the following this morning: sliced banana with lemon, covered with porridge, sprinkled with nuts and covered with a yoghurt, sprinkled with almonds, a pinch of salt&pepper and cinnamon. All prepared last night. All I had to do this morning was take it out of the fridge and eat it. This evening I shall be preparing scrambled eggs for tomorrow (during my evening routine). Good luck!

Debra Z.
I personally have been eating just a protein or breakfast bar (e.g. Clif bars), followed 2-3 hours later (when my stomach starts to feel uncomfortable) by greek yogurt (specifically a pre-packaged one that's about 1 cup in size so I get a variety of flavors for each day, and so don't have to bother scooping anything out of a big container to further save time); I'll sometimes add a fruit to my yogurt as well. This is surprisingly enough food until evening when I eat my last meal (I've been maintaining my weight with this diet, and could steadily lose about 0.5 lbs per week if I added more cardio); a con to it, though, is you do notice your low blood sugar due to less food at the beginning and throughout the day until evening, so it makes having energy for things like weight lifting and putting 100% into focusing on tasks more difficult.

Kenzo F.
Oats with nuts and honey is good or an omelette is always quick and easy . Grabbing a fruit like apple , banana and a glass of milk with nuts, if you have no time , can also be considered.

Rosa R.
Overnight oats are a great choice because you make them the night before and they're ready to go in the morning. There's lots of recipes and it's easy to customize but usually is built around 1/2 cup quick cook oats and 1/2 cup of any kind of milk. Mix in berries, fruit, yogurt, honey nuts or anything else you like in the morning.

Debbie O.
I prepare cream of rice 1/4 c dry in 12 oz water which is 50% too much water and let it sit after the cook time of 1.5min microwave so thickens as cools to "normal" consistency. I add 1 t. grass-fed butter, 6-8 oz blueberries and sprinkle 2 t raw sugar over top. This gets me through 4 + hours active work no problem, especially if I snack on boiled egg ( hot sauce drops) some time later.

If I have time on weekend, I make baked egg cups in muffin tins using left over cut veggies, cooked meats and/or cheese. Internet has all kinds of recipes to bake/fridge/freeze these.

Patrick C.
Make egg salad ahead of time, and spread it on bread or toast. It can also be eaten without bread, but you need something with fiber to balance the meal. I cut apples and oranges up again ahead of time. After eating the egg salad the fruit can be eaten on the go.

Nero Z.
Prep it the night before like oatmeal with fruits and milk in the refrigerator or keep the bread, fruits or what you will want for breakfast at the table .I also even leave my coffee mug ready on the table and make a quick sandwich or scrambled eggs .

Ellen J.
I usually prepare overnight oats for the next 2-3 days, I use a ratio of 1:1 for the oats and either water, milk, almond milk. A tablespoon of yogurt and top of off with some fruit or nuts or even both. And I use a mason jar just in case I’m on the go

Roy P.
3-7dates with raw almonds "very delicious and healthy food. It provides you with the neutritional requirements of the morning

August P.
I would recommend preparing quick breakfast the night before for instance oatmeal can be made the night before and all u have to add is your flavorings in the morning or you could pick eggs either boil them the night before or quick scrambled eggs in the morning with toast. Or if you have zero time the night before or in the morning then fruit is always your friend such as bananas grapefruit and lots of others, i would recommend atleast three.

Ambre S.
Quick, healthy and delicious….Eggs are the best option. A quick 2 or 3 egg scramble with some butter and garlic does the trick. A handful of nuts on the side with a bowl of fresh unsweetened Greek yogurt and a spoon of honey. If you have extra time you can cut up a fruit too. But on the days when you’re really running late, just a bowl of yogurt and nuts is good enough. No preparation time and quicker and healthier to eat than cereal.

Dirce F.
I like to make an egg burrito that has scrambled eggs feta cheese red and green peppers and wrapped in a whole wheat tortilla. It doesn't take too long to make, especially if you nuke the ingredients in a microwave, and briefly toast the tortilla on a gas stove. Also it's delicious! Add a squirt of hot sauce if you like.

Tim S.
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I would suggest you to boil some eggs and eat them with a toasted bread and some cheese. I personally do that and it is really good:))

Brandon Z.
I love to have porridge in the morning. It’s warming and full of energy. If you have 15 minutes spare you can make it in the stove by combining 1/2 a cup oats with 1/2 a cup of milk and 1/2 a cup of water. For more protein add a tablespoon or two of chia seeds. Top it off with banana and peanut butter! For a shortcut simply add the same amount of milk and quick oats to a bowl and then pour boiling water over it and stir for a couple of minutes. Another great topping is cut up banana and cinnamon. Much luck!

Ngela Q.
If you don’t have much time in the morning, try prepping the evening before. It will also help alleviate morning stress. You could pre make egg/quiche “muffins” in the mini cupcake pans. Adding different ingredients to your liking. Have protein powder for a quick shake. Oatmeal, protein cookies prepared and so forth. Good luck! 🙂

Lison Y.
Personally I think the quickest breakfasts are eggs. They don’t take long to make and chopping up some veggies make it healthy. buying some pre-chopped veggies makes it even quicker. Sometimes I’ll hard boil some before hand to slice up and have with avacado or toast in the morning. Some other quick options I like are cottage cheese, Greek yogurt with some fruit, or sometimes I’ll make a protein smoothie or I’ll make oatmeal the night before so I can just zap it in the microwave in the morning. Hope these options are helpful.

Annett J.
You can make a smoothie and put it in a jar and in the morning take it out of the fridge grab a straw and go or you can make what I call an on the go snack but make it to your needs what I do is put some cheese and crackers in a container with some strawberries and then I put it in a bag with a water put it in the fridge and in the morning grab it and go (sorry if the spelling is bad I’m just 11)

Dietrich E.
Toast with peanut/almond butter and sliced banana

Plain yogurt with fruit and granola

Smoothies

Avocado toast. Great with a chili lime seasoning

All of these would take about 5 minutes to prepare

Jennifer F.
Smoothies are the best! You start your day with healthy fruits and some protein (if made with milk). Oatmeal with yogurt is also a great alternative. For this breakfast I bake crash almonds and walnuts, add honey, coconut oil and cinnamon and bake it. It is delicious!

Florentina Y.
You can make something like an omelette in a mason jar. If I remember right, it’s when you take an egg, whisk it and season it, pour the mixture into a mason jar, and put it in the microwave. After that, just put the lid on, grab and go. It can be seasoned with veggies of choice, so it can be as healthy as you want it to be!

Nathaniel B.
I am a firm believer in healthy fats, so I make sure there are plenty of those in breakfast. My usual pattern is to pop two pieces of organic sprouted bread into the toaster after my shower, then finish getting ready while it toasts. On my way out the door I top it with avocado or with butter and nut butter. Perhaps not the most creative or nutritionally diverse breakfast, but plenty of fats and proteins to get my day started right.

Logan F.
Bananas and granola bars are always a quick and health way to get some protein and energy in even when you don’t have time. They fill you up until lunch and prevent midday snacking. 🙂

Roselinde Y.
A can of sardines on some bread takes less than 3 minutes to prepare. Eggs don’t take much longer, but do create more work by adding more to the dishes to do, but those can be done later.

Clara S.
Smoothies are quick and easy, you can even prepare the ingredients and put them in freezer bags so you just have to dump them into the blender, add your milk of choice, and then blend. There is also muesli, and coconut fig bars (made the at night, you’ll have at least 3 servings), baked oatmeal is also easy, made at night for at least 3 servings)

Melvin A.
Smoothie is the best solution when you don't have enough time to make breakfast. You can add whatever you want in it and then just mix it. It takes you a few minutes and it's healthy, nutritious and tasty. Easy as it sounds.

Dorota W.
I make banana pancakes almost everyday. 1 banana, 1 tbsp peanut butter unsweetened, 2 eggs. Blend it and there you have it. You can also add cocoa powder, protein powder, shredded coconut, oats…

Alan F.
I make egg-in-a-cup with a pinch of cheese. A slice of whole grain toast.
High quality yogurt (preferably low in sugar), and a couple of apple slices, diced up and added and or a 1/2 teaspoon of honey for sweetener. I may have that with a slice of whole grain toast. Try to stay away from foods with a lot of sugar and preservatives and if the ingredient label is filled with a bunch of stuff that you do not know what it is or even how to say it… stay away from it.

Suzanna U.
The most of people thinks preparing breakfast as rocket science 🙁 As a die-hard breakfast evangelist I never miss any breakfast. According to the my calculations preparing a meal takes 30 minute if you prepare it at the morning. Here is another way: Prepare your breakfast before you sleep. At this time it takes 10 minute. Why? Because there is no rush. You just think simple. My advice for recipe is a simple sandwich just with cheese and a few olive and milk. Prepare it before the sleep.

Alma C.
A protein shake such as IsoLean Pro is not only healthy but will help you lose weight. You can also make boiled eggs the night before and keep them in the fridge, then just take them with you with an

Leonhard J.
I make a big batch of overnight oats that I can eat throughout the week. I also make eggs and toast which is really quick.

Izzie O.
I make smoothies the night before and keep them in the fridge. Add getting them out of the fridge part of your morning routine so you don’t leave without it.

Tobias Z.
I don’t usually have much time either , today I wasn’t working . On a work day I usually make a frittata in a Sunday and just have it called for breakfast or a banana and some nuts

Moritz U.
Egg salad. Just use microwave egg tray. Buy ready to eat salad mix. Top on with eggs, smoke salmon and any other topping you can add from your kitchen

Diego Q.
My go to breakfast is placing bacon in oven while I bring hot water to boil in my kettle then I place in pot to poach my eggs then I’ll toast a slice of wheat toast and add a slice of avacado or tomato.

Marvin J.
My breakfasts definitely vary depending on how much time I have – I usually try and make oatmeal (with raisins & milk & apple on top) but if I’m in a hurry branflakes and raisins are quicker, and I can bung an apple or orange or two in my bag for later. If you don’t mind cooking and eating quickly and leaving the washing up for later, crepe or pancake mix made the night before can be a very nice breakfast as long as you have everything ready. Good luck!!

Cory S.
This might sound obvious but fruit or raisin toast is healthier than many things and is really filling. It is also quick and easy to make.

Mathilde W.
Try to prepare your breakfast the night before. There are lots of easy and healthy recipes that don't need to be cooked. You can prepare some overnight oats, prepare a fruit cocktail, juice, etc. So by the time you get to the kitchen you're already halfway done with your breakfast instead of having to start from scratch.

Eric U.
Consider taking 5 minutes more in the morning and have yourself some overnight oats with banana slices. Lasting energy all morning!

Darrell Z.
Uncle Toby’s quick oat’s. It’s 90 second’s in the microwave. Splash some protein shake instead of plain milk on the oat’s after you cook the Uncle Toby’s quick oat’s.

Britney B.
Overnight oats; yoghurt and a banana and if you’re feeling frisky throw in some low sugar granola; fry up an egg, take some slices of bread and slice an avocado.

In S Y.
I always enjoy almond butter on whole wheat toast or a hard boiled egg with a handful of salted nuts, but my favorite make-ahead is chocolate overnight oatmeal. Slightly less than 1 C rolled oats, 1T brown sugar, 1T cocoa powder, 1 C chocolate almond milk, and a quarter cup frozen blueberries or strawberries. Stir or shake together and leave in the fridge overnight.

Thea F.
When I'm in a hurry I grab an Oikos Triple Zero yogurt (0g added sugar, 0g artificial sweeteners, 0% fat, and 15g protein to fill you up), a handful of grapes or another fruit, and some salted plantain chips (tastier than they sound!)

Andrea X.
Semolina porridge, oats in milk with lots of fruits, sprouts with broccoli tomatoes onions bell pepper, brown bread with omlette, poha, semolina idli

Elia O.
Oatmeal is my go-to in the morning. You can change it up by adding bananas, honey, cinnamon, or many other different toppings.

Eileen U.
You can try mixing some frozen berries in a cup of yogurt with a blender. You can put the berries in hot water first so they unfreeze, then pour the water out and add yougurt or other dairy product of your choice. Also i like to start my day with a couple of fried eggs and blue cheese. It's fast and easy and very tasty. Good old cereal is still a nice choice 🙂

Indro P.
Overnight oats is great!

1/3 – 1/2 c milk (almond, dairy, cashew, coconut etc)
1/3 – 1/2 c old fashioned rolled oats, uncooked
1/3 – 1/2 c yogurt
1/2 banana mashed
1 t chia seeds

1. Add everything to jar or container. Mix well. Refrigerate overnight or at least five hours.

2. In the morning add additional liquid if you want. Top with fruits, nuts, seeds, granola, spices, etc

Note: very flexible recipe and Is good base for add-ons. You can vary your milk and yogurt. I use almond and plain Greek yogurt. The banana really makes a difference. It should keep for up to 2 days. If you don’t add banana, up to 4 days.

Yum! Enjoy!

Ib Rico G.
Just plain scrambled eggs are my go-to. They cook in only a couple minutes and you can put anything you want on top of them!

Dean Z.
Quinoa porridge made with quinoa seeds and coconut milk, mix and put it in the fridge before bed and eat it in the morning, with some jam or fruits if you like

Olivia C.
The best things I have found are quick and easy things that don’t take much time at all. I love to do a banana or grapes and a yougurt because I don’t have the time or much of an Appetite in the morning

Edeltraut E.
Overnight oats is always easy. Find a recipe online or on Pinterest and make enough for 3 breakfasts. Wake up, grab and go!

Riza E.
Eggs and avocado with hot sauce is quick and healthy. I use 0 carb 0 sugar meal replacements and always keep some in the fridge for when I need a quick meal that sacrifices nothing in terms of my health. Coffee with MCT oil great too!

Anthony T.
Boiled sweet potatoes (you can boiled it last night in advance, or you can covered it with newspapers and soaked a little in water then boiled them in microwave for 5 minutes) + a cup of milk !

Lia E.
Try to prepare everything you need for some healthy salad the night before,so you can just put it all in a bowl and eat in the morning.or buy some nuts and eat it on your way to school/work.

Louis Y.
Some fruit or a smooty wil work. Or make breakfast the day before, so you can directly eat when you have ime or are on your way

Claudius I.
I like to make things ahead of time. I make a french onion frittata (makes 4 servings), cut up fruit, and make yogurt (placing them in 4 containers), put kettle out and have my teapot with tea bag ready. In the morning, I start the kettle, then place the frittata on a plate and microwave, grab yogurt and fruit from fridge. Get tea brewing, place everything on plate with frittata and viola! Takes maybe 5 minutes.

Tracey U.
I had a handful of mixed nuts, salami and cheese this morning. Sometimes I have time for a full breakfast most mornings I eat on the go so things like nuts, cheese cubes, and hard sausages give me the energy I need to get started

Mathilde N.
I always prepare a breakfast plate before I go bed and put it in fridge. You can count this as 10 min evening habit. Also I prepare coffee machine with coffee and water in it at night. When I wake up my first to do is go to kitchen, drink water, start the coffee machine and take the breakfast plate from the fridge.

Kevin N.
My fast and super delicios breakfast recipes are the following 🙂 : eggs (scrambled, boiled) with avocado and cheese/salmon. At this recipe you can always add some radishes or other seasonal vegetable that you like. I sometimes like to eat also wholegrain vegetables with milk and then add eild berries or banananas. Sometimes when I want to go wild I eat some energy bars which are on the sweet side but still are healthy 🙂

Nat O Q.
You will need:
Frozen berries
Fast cooking oatmeal
Honey
A mug

Fill the mug about halfway with the frozen berries and nuke the heck outta them in the microwave (should be completely melted and steaming a bit, I do 55 seconds).
Next, add a half teaspoon of honey to the warm berries and stir in until it melts.
Add oatmeal to it until you have a berry-to-oat ratio that you like (I use about 3-4 heaping tablespoons)
If needed, add some boiling water to warm it up more and get the level of wetness that you want

Cl Mentine Z.
Scrambled eggs. Seriously easy to make, tasty and light.

Crack 3 eggs (free range for extra karma!), add a splash of milk, a dash of olive oil and a pinch of salt and pepper, turn up the heat and after a minute or 2 of moving it around – breakfast!

Sliced tomato and/or avocado on the side and you're done!

The key to this is to have the ingredients in stock the evening before – fail to prepare, prepare to fail!

Antonio U.
I would go with greek yogurt. It's healthy and full of proteins too (try it with a splash of Honey, it's delicious!). If You like salmon, You can have rye bread with light cream cheese and smoked salmon.

Fabien E.
Overnight steel cut oats have been my saving grace. You can make enough to last through the week and you can add pretty much whatever you’d like to them. My boyfriend uses chocolate almond milk and coffee in his. My favorite is vanilla almond milk and honey.

Falviana T.
The best key is meal prepping before…here are simple recipes : egg muffins (my fave are the ones with ground turkey, spinach and mushrooms), oatmeal bowl cakes, oatmeal pancakes with fruits, etc.

Jamie F.
I enjoy overnight oats for breakfast. You can find plenty of recipes online and the best part is you prepare them the night before, put in the fridge and they are ready when you wake up the next day. If you don’t like oatmeal then you can turn it into a smoothie too.

Juanita A.
I went and bought myself some protein bars and some dried fruit …. I also have yogurts that mix in sometimes to add a different flavor in

Helen Z.
I enjoy having baked oatmeal for my breakfast.

The ingredients are
1 egg
1/2 a banana (riper ones make it sweeter)
1/2 to 3/4 cup oatmeal
A splash of unsweetened almond milk or whatever kind of milk you like
1 – 2 tablespoons Ground flaxseed (optional)
Fruit (I like to put raisins and diced apples or whatever other kind of fruit I have).
Cinnamon
A spoon of peanut butter if desired.
Dash of salt if desired.

Crack the egg into a microwaveable bowl
Smash half a banana on a cutting board with a fork & put it into the bowl with the egg. Stir
Add the oatmeal, flax, dash of cinnamon, splash of almond milk and fruit and stir.
Microwave for 2 min. Or until it’s the consistency you want.
Add spoon of natural peanut
Butter on top and melt for 30more seconds and spread. “Chop” up with spoon and add more milk for a more cereal like oatmeal. Sometimes I don’t have some of the ingredients, but as long as I have the oatmeal and egg and some kind of fruit it’s a yummy filling breakfast. I hope you Enjoy!

Cl A Z.
Eggs and bacon is always good and easy to make. Boiled eggs are really good too. If you don't have time for that just make 2-3 slices of bread and butter. Some salad is good and quick/easy to make. Eggs are easiest healthy food to make in the morning I think.

Jesse Q.
You could prepare breakfast the night before, like oats or yoghurt with fruit, nuts and seeds, so that it’s ready to go in the morning. You could prepare a smoothie that you only blend in the morning. I hope this helps!

Billie P.
Overnight oats are a great make ahead breakfast. With oats, milk, fruit, etc. put in a mason jar and store in the fridge for up to 1 week. Heat up in the morning or grab and go. I also like a banana and a handful of almonds if I have no time.

Victoria P.
Overnight oats is brilliant because you can prepare it the night before and it will be ready for breakfast. Another good option is to make smoothies in the morning use some water/fruit juice/milk with any 2 fruits and 1 green veggie such as baby spinach

Virgil P.
I think you have to do one of two things:

1. change your sleep schedule so you go to bed earlier and wake-up earlier thus giving you more time for breakfast.

2. Prepare your breakfast at night. One of my personal favs is chia seed pudding. Get a can of lite coconut milk, blend it with a date and fresh berries, add about 1/4 cup of chia seeds. Slice up a banana and put it in the bottom of your serving containers. Pour the chia seed coconut milk mixture over it. Add some fresh berries and put a lid on the container and let it sit in the fridge overnight. You can do the same thing with rolled oats instead of chia seeds. When you wake up in the morning breakfast is ready to go in serving size portions. No heat necessary! Grab a spoon and dig in!

Nellie O.
Eggs are a great way to make a quick breakfast. Simple recipes like scrambled egg, boiled egg, omelette etc. You can add a few toats to it. Also, Oats can be a great and quick breakfast item – Oats with some milk and honey.

Nicole O.
Making chia seed pudding the night before is a great way to save time in the morning, just grab the mason jar and go, and there’s so many flavors you can make. Quick oats don’t take too long. Apple or banana or celery and peanut butter is my favorite.

Jakob F.
I also am not great at breakfast, but what works really well for me are superfood smoothies. Since I also don’t have time to go buy everything and look up recipes, I subscribe to a box service that delivers them to my door. All you have to do is add almond milk (unsweetened) and throw it in a blender. They taste great and have all sorts of options including overnight oats. They have other things like soup and quinoa bowls, but I don’t like those as much, the smoothies are the best. The company is called Daily Harvest, try the mint chocolate smoothie! They aren’t cheap, but it really does make it easy to eat a healthy breakfast without much effort or time. Good luck!

Joann T.
Try to get easy to grab healthy snacks that you don’t have to spend time to prepare. Always include some protein to keep you full and give you energy and shy away from anything with too much refined sugar. I love to have half an avocado and some pre-shelled edamame. It takes me less than 2 minutes to prep and keeps me full until my mid morning snack!

Leah P.
I find it best to prepare my breakfast the night before. Soak some oat in water and place in the fridge. In the morning add honey, nuts and raisins. Away you go

Sara Y.
I love to eat sliced fruit (apple, banana, avocado, mango, papaya) with granola, chia seeds and maple syrup (any other liquid sweetener will do). Smoothies are also great and filling – there are tons of possibilities with fruit and vegetables. On lazy mornings I usually go for pancakes or bread and butter.

Lenita Z.
I just do a lot of apples and peanut butter. I’m usually never hungry in the morning and don’t have time to cook so being able to grab fruit is easy. I keep peanut butter at my job so I don’t have to worry about taking it with me. I also love clemetines because they are quick. I also have made protein bars using Cheerios, peanut butter, flax seed, and dark chocolate. It’s like rice crispie treats but better. You melt down the peanut butter and mix in the Cheerios and flax seed. You can either melt the chocolate or just make the first layer the chips in a cake pan. Then you flatten out the Cheerio mix on top. You can modify it in a lot of different ways and does not take a lot of prep. I will then cut them and wrap them I can just grab them in the morning and go. The flexibility also helps me from getting bored by them easily.

Tilde P.
I like whippig up some scrambled eggs and have them with some beans, pesto and maybe some spinach/other greens from the deep frozen department in the supermarket. Or just have some leftover veggies and add them to it =)

Guisela A.
I’ve never been much of a breakfast person for the same reasons, but veggie and egg hashes with a little cheese are simple – i find if i pre-chop different ingredients in advance, I’ll be much more likely to make breakfast. Also, smoothies! I’m not sure of the research behind smoothies instead of food for breakfast but i hope it’s positive because I’m all about it.

Victoria A.
I usually have ginger tea or lemon tea with half boiled egg (which takes less time to cook) ; wheat bread with unsalted butter (some days) or avocados (spread out on the bread)

Selma W.
I prefer doing scrambled eggs with 4 eggs (with spinach from time to time) when there is not much time to spare as it only takes about 4 minutes to do and it doesn't take long to eat (say 1-2min).

If I have more time than that I like to do oatmeal with milk and protein powder or other ingredients that I enjoy eating such as peanuts, strawberries and so on. This takes about 3 minutes to do, but a little longer time to eat up (say 4-10min depending on how much I do).
I recomend oatmeal as I get stay full for a longer time, or a mix with a small portion of oatmeal and scrambled eggs.

Lindaura S.
A lack of time should not get into the wat of having a great, healthy breakfast, but if you are really short of time, try having healthy breakfasts on hand to have on the go. Examples include 2x boiled eggs with a tomato and 2x ricecakes or a yoghurt with fruit. Even better – prepare your breakfasts the previous evening! Don’t let a lack of time keep you from starting the day with a great, healthy breakfast!

Kevin C.
I mix oats, nuts, fruits, cinnamon and water in a jar the night before. Keep it in the fridge for the night. It only takes 3-5mins to cook in the morning, and ready to eat or take with me to work.

Tristan Z.
You can do an overnight oats bowl. You add 2-3 tbsp dry oatmeal, a cup of your desired milk (cow or plant based), your favorite fruits (bananas, strawberries, Kiwis, etc) at least 2 or 3 types, a spoon of peanut butter (optional: cinnamon powder/ vanilla extract or honey, to give it a sweet taste) mix it all up and cover it, leave it in the fridge overnight and wake up to a breakfast already made!

Leopoldine F.
Questions to ask why don't you have much time? If you want a breakfast and think it's worth it make time. I have porridge only takes about 30sec to put milk and oats together and I like it cooked for 1min 30sec in micro job done.

Emma X.
Look up overnight oats and chia pudding recipes. That way breakfast is prepared the night before! A banana and an apple are ok too. Whole grain toast with peanut butter, banana and a sprinkle of chia or activated buckwheat? Coconut yogurt with fruit!

Alfred N.
I hardboil about 6-12 eggs and fry up a pound of bacon. Easy to grab a couple of eggs and peel them and a piece of bacon or two to take with me and maybe an apple or orange too. You can sprinkle salt and pepper on the eggs before you leave. No muss, no fuss, no cleanup.

Alicia P.
The best option for a a quik breakfast is oatmeal ! You can mix it with banans some honey milk and a pinch of cinammon ! And you will get the most healthier poridge !! So yammy …

Paul Heinz U.
Oat porridge you can make in the microwave oven: 1 dl oat flakes + 2,5 dl water; put in microwave oven for 2-3 minutes depending on power (600-800 W). After that add for example blueberries, cottage cheese, cinnamon, cardamom, applesauce. Super healthy and fast.

Or if you are in true hurry in the morning prepare a raw porridge in the evening before: 1 dl oat flakes, ~2 dl low sugar/low fat yogurt and mix it in a jar. Add berries or spices as above. This you don't put in the microwave oven. You can take it in tha jar with you from the fridge in the morning and eat it while commuting!

Evelin W.
You can make instant hot oatmeal in the microwave. I usually sprinkle walnuts on top. Wash any fruit the night before, or have a quick banana. This works for me in college.
Another option is refrigerated overnight oats, which will be ready for you when you wake up in the morning. Good luck!

Darryl P.
Fruit and museli are pretty quick. If you have more time at night, perhaps look up overnight oat recipes, make them the night before and grab them out the next morning.

Pietro O.
Frozen blueberrie/raspberries + pea protein powder, nut butter, vanilla extract, moringa powder, cacao powder, baobab powder, spirulina and chia seeds. Add water + blend and drink

Pauline E.
I like to start the day with yoghurt and granola. Simple, filling and healthy. During the summer I like to make fresh smooties. Yoghurt based and usually a little thicker so I can eat it with a spoon. Drinking a smoothie doesn’t give me a full feeling. I try to add some kale or spinach to make it a healthier option!

Ma Ly T.
Prepare ahead for the week. Pack yourself grab and go bags/packs of almonds and fruit. Or have a protein bar on hand for each day if necessary. Protein rich vegetables such as broccoli and sesame seeds are great. Get in the veggies for breakfast and you’re ahead with your greens! You can make a quick smoothie with milk, peanut butter, frozen grapes, and toss in handful or two of spinach (before you say eewwww) it tastes like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich! Whole Foods are best of course. Do the best you can each day:)

Jerome G.
Overnight late are great – grab and go, and you can make a weeks worth in minutes on the weekend. Or oat muffins, or bakon/ham and egg muffins – use a silicone muffin mould if you can – MUCH easier to get out of the pan 😋

Lea C.
Toast with peanut butter and banana or toast with cottage cheese. Also just a banana on the way is good to start the day.