I’m a big guy, 6’4. What are some of your favorite filling and fast breakfast meals?

Sky X.
I'm actually only 4'10" but am always looking for fast and filling breakfast meals. If it's not a protein shake, I like to meal prep a chopped sweet potato hash with spinach, breakfast sausage, and onions and prep some soft-boiled eggs before the week starts. That way I can just grab and go a delicious breakfast in the mornings.

Oc Ane Q.
My go-to breakfast is a fried egg on an english muffin or toast, with a bit of avo as spread, a coffee, and a piece of fruit. Only takes about ten minutes, but you can swap out something you might like better to suit your day

Chris E.
I'm big on oatmeal, with fruit on the side and coffee. Try different fruits to see what works best. Some days I eat berries, other days bananas or oranges. Usually holds me over until early afternoon.

Robin Y.
savory oatmeal packed with whatever vegetables and cooked proteins youve got on hand! oatmeal and veggies provide fiber to keep you full, proteins (beans, meat, whatever) give you energy for the rest of the day. add an egg on top too! takes less than 10 minutes

Taylor Z.
My favorite breakfasts are toast with peanut butter and banana or oatmeal with pecans and a bit of maple syrup ^^ though I'm a 5'5 lady so you might want to add eggs or extra fruit to make sure you get enough calories. Keep up the good work!

M M.
I'm tiny and I typically eat 4-5 eggs scrambled with spinach or micro greens. It's fast and easy! Especially if you buy prewashed greens. Takes like 5 mins.

Katarina F.
Well, as of right now I am eating my current breakfast- I work on a very active job so I need to eat filling and fast breakfasts as well. I love granola bowls at the moment-grab a natural yogurt, put in nut mixes and whole grains, I like to add chashew nuts, banana slices and strawberries myself πŸ™‚

Christie U.
I like to make any kind of fruit smoothie with 2 scoops of protein powder and 1 c. plain greek yogurt and 1 c. of low fat milk or almond milk.

Louis Z.
Shake : one avocado + a handful of green leafy (spinach, romaine, cabbage) + handful of berries (blue, rasp, straw or black) + one small cucumber + fruit of your choice preferably with lots of flavor (banana, mango, pineapple…) + 1tbsp natural almond butter + water to fill up. If that's not enough, you can also add one or two raw eggs, it can also help thicken the shake.
Serve that with one toast from good whole grains bread for fibers roped with natural peanut butter or simple butter.
This breakfast is easy to consume, light, and will give you enough energy to last until lunch. If you still crave, buy natural raw nuts and have a handful mid-morning. And don't forget to drink tons of water!

Sara Y.
Egg, sausage, and rice or bread πŸ™‚ If you there's even less time to prepare, go with wheat bread, milk and choco cereal!

Savannah U.
I've purchased one of those Dash mini griddles. Drop some frozen peppers/onions on it, pour some scrambled egg on it, and let it cook for like 2 minutes.
Then I'll put some shredded cheese on it, fold it over, and brown it lightly. Wipe the griddle down, boom. Breakfast and dishes done!

Scott Z.
I go for a bowl of steel-cut oats with some fruit or berries, maybe even a teaspoon of honey.
An toasted English muffin with a fried egg and a little melted cheese can hold me until lunchtime also

Alice E.
Ancient grains granola I find at wholesale stores. Fruit and a dairy product be it yogurt or milk. Your choice. Bananas are great for potassium and Berry's are great for antioxidants.