I’ve been eating spinach every morning. I don’t really enjoy egg, any other suggestions?

Yanis N.
You could have;
-a handful of fruits and veggies (apple, banana, oranges, berries, kale, broccoli, etc)
-smoothies with various fruits and veggies, with hemp seeds, chia seeds, and flaxseed if available
-plain oatmeal with berries or cinnamon
-energy bars like Lara Bar that are all natural no sugar added (avoid things like Cliff Bars)
-Bran cereal with nut or soy milk
-Various nuts and seeds (almond, cashew, pistachio, pumpkin seeds, etc)
-Plain yogurt paired with any of the above
Klaus G Nter E.
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Adam F.
Spinach is a fantastic and versatile veg! I would encourage you to at least TRY scrambling an egg with spinach (preferably fresh!) And some cooked sausage and a little cheese, mushrooms, whatever you enjoy. The texture is different and the flavors meld beautifully. It also adds nice dimension of flavor in a smoothie.
Alternatively, a simple Google search for spinach recipes for whichever eating plan you're using (keto, paleo, etc) should yield you nearly endless results!
Good luck!!
Luis S.
Egg Beaters is an egg substitute. Or get just a little protein – tablespoon of crunchy peanut butter on whole wheat toast. Or cook a steak at dinner one night and cut it into 3 or 4 Oz. portions and have a single portion at breakfast with you spinach. Healthier than bacon or sausage.
Kathryn A.
Smoothie bowls are great, so is chia pudding, and refridgerator cereals, like oats and quinoa,they are all light breakfasts, and can be prepared the night before, with lots of yummy healthy add ins. Enjoy😊
Zofia P.
Spinach is really good for you! But it doesn't give you the energy you need. Oatmeal, homemade granola without much sweetener, stir-fried tofu and vegetables, fruit with yogurt and nuts, any of those combinations will keep you from being hungry before lunch. If you think eggs are important, make French toast with whole grain bread and top with sliced fruit or berries (no sweetener).
Isabella P.
I've ended up cooking chicken breast for breakfast protein lately. With some avocado and ape for fast & carbs, respectively. Could also make it into a breakfast wrap.
Tyrone J.
You absolutely always need protein in your morning diet, you can always eat peanut butter and banana A bowl of whole grain cereal with almond milk.
Laurine Q.
Other non-egg breakfast ideas:
-protein powder with soy or nut milk
-turkey or other healthy meat with your spinach
-miso soup
-peanut or almond butter on toast
-yogurt or kefir with fruit or nuts
Ethan Q.
I just had porridge (oatmeal) with Greek yoghurt, raspberries, blueberries, almonds and a sprinkling of cinnamon on top. Pretty tasty. Also what about avocado toast? Maybe with some tomatoes and chopped red pepper to add colour and extra nutrients.
Inara A.
I don't enjoy cooking eggs. It takes 15 to 20 minutes to cook an egg, so I switched to bananas and oatmeal, which take literally no time to prepare
Gustav X.
If you like spinach and wanna expand, my friend used to blend it into a smoothie with lots of other healthy fruits and veggies to make a power smoothie. Otherwise, Peanutbutter or nuts are a good protien for the morning.
Gabriela F.
I love white beans with spinach. Beans are great for protein, iron and fiber. Plus if you add some garlic it’s just delicious. Enjoy!
Christoffer B.
Personally, I don’t really eat eggs either. I eat vegan sausage and it tastes amazing! You should be able to find a breakfast one at any grocery store. I’ve heard tofu is also a good substitute for egg
Lance C.
You may want to try peanut butter in whole grain toast or a piece of fruit with on once of cheese . Oatmeal with nuts and soy or almond milk.
Ottmar Y.
Vegan farmer salad is nice, veg cheese, chickpea spread with rucola or advocado on a gluten free toast or toasted oat bread
Ida U.
A savoury breakfast is great but not your only choice.

Try making some overnight oats sweetened with almond milk, brown sugar and honey. You can add a little bit of dark chocolate if you like too

Sometimes a “sweet” breakfast is okay too.

Jane W.
I would be interested in knowing where you are from. It is best you eat what is local and traditional in the place you live. For example, I am from India and I have my idli, dosa, upma, roti etc for my breakfast as it is traditional and homemade. I follow Rujuta Diwekar for advise on food and exercise. I am sure you will be interested on how much to eat as well. Rujuta says that it is unfortunate that someone else tell us how much to eat and when to stop. This says a lot about mindless eating. So do not eat while you are watching a tv, reading news paper, listening to music etc. Only focus on the food and this way you won't end up eating more than you should. Have a glass of water first. Start eating your breakfast, chew fully as the saliva helps in digesting the chewed food easily and aids in mineral assimilation to the body. When you are 80 percent full, stop and wait for sometime. You will tempted to finish the rest but wait for sometime. You will notice that you are full. If the waiting is tough for you, then have half glass of water and see. You will notice that you are full. All apps lack such sensible advise. All the above advise is from Rujuta Diwekar. You may read her books, follow her on social media, consult her if need some help on planning your diet.
Za Ro P.
I’ve been enjoying fruit & nuts in the morning. Sometimes I mix them in with oatmeal or yogurt, other times I just have them on their own with my morning coffee.
Isaura O.
You can make yourself a smoothie with spinach in and some apples and cucumber (you can experiment with whatever you feel like).
You could also just maybe eat some fruit with yoghurt and muesli. That’s what I usually eat as breakfast.
I hope this helps 🙂
Ruben Y.
Grewk yogurt, ground turkey with seasoning, as well as milk or pea milk are fantastic alternatives with a large amount of proteins.
Edmund C.
A fruitful choice would be most extravagant and will boost your energy for the day and will leave you feeling energized. In my opinion you should try a fruit salad during breakfast time.😁
Ayse U.
Grab a fruit like apple/banana which are rich in vitamins, minerals and complex carbohydrates. I eat fruits and nuts on my way to work everyday because I'm usually in a rush. Other good options are whole grain bread with peanut butter, oats, cornflakes, carrots, fruit/veg smoothies
Lael P.
Breakfast doesn't have to be a traditional menu selection, just make the food you really enjoy and eat that.

I'm a fan of simple ingredients, perhaps add quinoa and some other veggies, beets are really good, add some cheese and sunflower seeds. Variations on salad dressings and you've got a great head start to the day.

Philip Y.
Have you tried egg whites or tofu? You could make a spinach and tofu scramble! Oatmeal with peanut-butter is great as well
Mitchell E.
You can make or buy protein bars, dont have to worry about eating eggs if you dont like them. You can even make healthy smoothies full of protein too even with spinach.
Agathe C.
I had to switch up my eggs every morning too! On Sunday, I prepped two mornings worth of non-fat Greek yogurt, strawberries, a bit of honey and almond granola. Still high protein… and a little bit of crunch..
Felinta Q.
Try adding something with protein. Spinach is healthy but doesn’t provide the fuel necessary to sustain your body. Some protein examples to try include; meat, cheese, legumes, tofu, beans & rice, & oatmeal w/protein.
Andy X.
Well, as long as you enjoy spinach that is all that matters. My dad force fed me, literally strong armed me into eating stuff I hated. I still hate that stuff and it made me eat stuff I didnt like for fear of more of the same. We were forced to eat until we were literally in pain. My niece was reflecting on her treatment at meals at my parents house. She didnt nearly get what we got. But it made me understand my issues with food more. I had never really put the 2 +2 together that equals my disordered eating. I just want to fix it and be healthy. That is really all that matters. Wish me luck.
Eva U.
I make a smoothie the night before so I can just grab it and go before work. I also make oatmeal the night before and take it to work to heat up and eat there.
Caroline P.
Oats, berries and nuts together are great, and one of my go-to breakfasts. You can cook the oats or eat them without cooking in a homemade muesli. I also like to do breakfast smoothies with protein powder. Yesterday, when I was really craving a cinnamon roll, I made whole wheat toast and topped it with peanut butter, banana, and a sprinkle of plain cinnamon. It filled my craving really well!
Johann J.
Spinach is very good also for your health. Even I don't really know exactly specifically what the benefit is. Since it is vegetable. But you should combine with protein, and egg is fully with animal protein. If you really can't do eat egg, maybe you can try soy bean. It is full of protein!
Marshall Y.
If it has to be spinach, you could put the spinach in a smoothie with a tablespoon of almond butter and some almond milk (maybe a date for sweetness) or add it to a savory breakfast quinoa bowl with almonds and dried cranberries.
Valdemar C.
Oatmeal; or a shake made with oatmeal, fruit, and chia seeds; fruit salad; yogurt and granola (with fruit if you like); those are some of the things I usually have, love the granola and yogurt the most 🙂
Marcia T.
Greek yogurt and berries is an option- still get a decent amount of protein. Also, overnight oats can be good. Fiber will keep you full
Magnus Z.
I think that you should change change your meal plan in order to feel more excited at your breakfast. For xample, if you don't like egg, you can change it into some nuts or boiled chicken which provide you a lot of protein instead of egg.
Elouan O.
How about some almonds, lentils, broccoli, quinoa, pumpkin seeds? Btw, if you haven’t tried quail eggs – give them a chance, I don’t like chicken eggs either but I looove quail eggs and they say they’re much healthier.
Gladys P.
I eat extra firm tofu -organic sprouted non gmo is the best. You can get it at Trader Joe’s. I crumble it in a pan drizzled with olive oil and add 1/2 tsp chili powder, 1/2 tsp turmeric, 1tsp garlic powder, 1tsp salt and 1tsp cumin. You can add roasted red potatoes and sautéed spinach or kale with peppers or onions. Whatever you like.
Horst Peter U.
I enjoy making a vegetable “hash” each morning. I usually have quinoa, roasted brussel sprouts, zucchini, and sweet potatoes. You could even add spinach or kale. It’s yummy!
Amber J.
Sure man. Spinach is ok I don’t mind that either. Alot of Iron in spinach. You can be creative & roast some carrot & garlic & make roast potato then smash it up with a roasted chicken. It’s all in the oven @ once. I know it can be hard when busy with work & demanding with no time.
Emma P.
Throw your spinach into a smoothie!! Add protein such as yogurt and milk (dairy or otherwise). I usually add flax seed meal, tumeric, lemon, and/or ginger, in addition to the fruits I can eat. I sometimes put cooked veggies in too – carrots are a charm. Tahini works well in a smoothie too.
Daisy E.
Smoothies with spinach are delicious! Also breakfast burritos (without eggs is fine) loaded with beans and veggies are another good option.
Carla Z.
I eat a bunch of fruits with Granola, yoghurt, cottage cheese and milk and honey. And sometimes coffee or tea. It’s great.
Edgar B.
Hey, I don’t really enjoy eggs too, so we are on ghe same page here. Oatmeal prepared with milk instead of water is pretty good choice if you enjoy cereal. Cottege cheese is good if not better than eggs in the morning. If you care about your looks as much as I do, you will be pleased to know that full-fat cottege cheese promotes weight loss! Add some nuts, fruits, berries and you are good to go. Good luck!
Eric E.
You could add some flavor to the spinach if you're so take it. Add some tomatoes and sweet peppers and onions maybe a hint of garlic so take it and some olive oil just a little bit and if you don't want to do the eggs why don't you just have some yogurt preferably Greek yogurt afterwards? You'll get the protein that you need, and a little zing added to your spinach
Nicoline E.
It’s weird for breakfast but try chicken. I use frozen Pre cooked strips and cook in the pan for 5 mins. Add flavouring to what you can handle in the morning!
Carmen J.
Of course! There are tons of protein-rich alternatives. Peanut butter or nuts are great, as well as chickpeas, beans, bacon (turkey bacon is healthier and less greasy – greasy foods can drag you down). Good luck and keep up the great work! 🙂
Laura E.
Hi, this is Marvin, insted of that you can try some fruits like bananas or your favorite one and a peanut sandwich as a side and juice of lemon as well, I hope you can enjoy it.
Almerindo Z.
A smoothie! I add 2-3 handfuls of spinach into my blender along with coconut milk, flaxseed, peanut butter, and 1 cup of fruit. It's green, but it doesn't "taste" it 🙂
Ludgero F.
Spinach is a good source of nutrients itself but we need proteins as building blocks of our body. Eggs are easy to cook and can be made in many interesting ways. Find a healthy recepie for eggs and have them the way you like it.
However once you notice how important it is for you, the liking will come.
Tamara T.
If you are asking for something to go along with spinach you can do a smoothly with several different fruits and add spinach to it as all. Or if you need something to bite on (like me) do some toasts with rye bread, add cheese, tomatoes, avocado, ham or whatever you prefer, and the spinach on top 🙂
Have a lovely day
Valdemar P.
Eat every morning nuts, like a almond, Green gram. They will boost your energy. But never take tea or coffee before intake those nuts. Have a great day