I don’t like eggs or bread or bacon for breakfast because I prefer something sweet so what should I eat?

Abigail Y.
Oatmeal! Mine has almond milk, a tablespoon of peanut butter, a scoop of chocolate protein powder, a dash of maple syrup, and blueberries (or fruit of choice)

Alice T.
I think the best things you can eat in the morning if you don't like all of the things above and prefer something sweet are bananas with peanut butter, of course if you are not allergic to any of them. Bananas have a lot of protein which is something you would get from eggs (and bacon I assume) but it also has sugar which may make you feel tired after eating due to sugar being broken down fast, so to compensate it you need to use peanut butter, I don't know the exactly how it works but it basically will make the sugar break down slower and you won't feel as tired after that 😉

Tunaivi N.
You can have something sweet for breakfast but make sure that it is healthy and also controlling your sugar level. You can have yogurt with sliced fruits, sweet flavored cereals, toast with peanut-butter/jam, a fruit salad or even a smoothie Hope you enjoy your breakfast. 😋

Morgan X.
Try apples and peanut butter! Apples are a nice and sweet and refreshing taste in the morning and peanut butter is full of protein but also tastes great with apple slices!

Mari B.
I recommend yogurt. Plenty of fruit. It's sweet enough without sugar,but a little oligosaccharide makes it easier to eat.

Hanadi S.
I like sweet breakfast, here are the options that worked for me so far:

-pancake with maple syrup / Jam

-Cheese/ butter with Jam

-Thick Cream with date honey syrup

D Y.
Strawberries are Sweet, Watermelon, Cantelopes, Banana… You can have those for breakfast with just a handful of cereal. For the protein, I'll suggest Beans or Peanuts…. Those are just options

Bogdan O.
Hmm, I recommend quaker oats for your meal and add some sugar or honey to sweetened the taste of your meal in the morning. Don't forget to drink water before you eat your breakfast just to wake up your stomach and other internal organs. Lastly, do not forget to pray for a beautiful day.

Megan C.
You might want to consider a fruit salad, or having a healthy cereal/oats and add a bit of honey. Maybe add some of your favourite berries such as raspberries or blueberries or maybe strawberries to have something a bit different!

Martina N.
You can make a homemade healthy granola fairly easily (see the recipe here if you need it https://cookieandkate.com/healthy-granola-recipe/) and once you have a batch ready, just mix it with some milk or yogurt of choice in the morning and add some fruit as well for extra sweetness.
Or you can get an energy bar like Hike or Nakd (based on dried fruits such as dates, which are quite sweet in itself), just make sure to read the ingredients to avoid any processed sugars or syrups.

Kelly Z.
I prep the night before- a mason jar with yogurt and berries and granola in a separate bag. I grab them in the morning to eat on the fly. If I have time, I like making smoothies with frozen fruit and yogurt or almond milk. My favorite is one whole banana, half cup each of frozen pineapple and mango, spinach and kale and a little bit of coconut water. If I don’t have coconut water, I just add spring water. Blend until smooth. Yum!

Filipa F.
I love eating yogurt with fruit, whenever i fell like something fresh! I usually add something crunchy on top like corn flakes or seeds. If i feel like something warm i’ll go for some oat meal topped with fruit, seeds and coconut chips. Pancakes are also a great option but slightly more time consuming which might pose an obstacle on work days, for example.

Ami Z.
You can try having fruits such as apple or banana as breakfast 🍎. If you don't have lactose intolerance you can have some milk as well.

Louane T.
Oatmeal is always an easy answer. But also consider protein pancakes/waffles. Kodiak Cake makes great sweet protein packed breakfast really easy.