Other than eggs, what else is healthy for breakfast?

Anna E.
I love Greek yogurt for its protein content and fullness factor! Fruit also gives me a boost (a banana, grapefruit, or nectarine).

Samantha N.
I like plain oatmeal with cinnamon and butter. I add fenugreek seeds while cooking which gives an interesting flavor and are good for you. I also like to have soup for breakfast–broth-based types of soup. I try to make sure to have a protein and carbohydrate and fat at each meal. I also get sprouted bread and make toast. Basically, I feel free to have normal food for breakfast as well. I do usually eat eggs for my protein at breakfast (and oatmeal for carbohydrate) but other protein options for me would be lentils, fast "tuna salad", sausages, or grand beef cooked with any of different types of spices. Sometimes I make a single baked good and if it has eggs in it that counts as some of the protein. The British I believe have baked beans in their full English breakfast.

Heidi Z.
Porridge, musili, bran flakes with fresh fruit, beans on wholemeal toast, Weetabix with sliced banana, peanut butter on toast.

Nona F.
You can make eating eggs fun , boiled eggs , omelet , eggs with cheese . Otherwise you can eat ouats , healthy pancakes , a bowel of fruits , vegetables soup or maybe a green drink .

Alexis N.
eggs aren't healthy for me tho. cheese, fruits, pan integral, tea instead of coffee, juice instead of milk, also lactose free milk.

Anna N.
ideally, you want to make sure to eat foods that are high in proteins and good fats.
Besides eggs, you could look at other options among the whole foods range.
Some things that I add to my breakfast are:
-Beef bacon (grass fed not Highly processed)
-Baby spinach
-Emmental cheese
-5-10 pecans or almonds or
-A cup of almond milk (unsweetened)

I hope it helps 🙂

Maurice U.
Oats with some almonds, flax seeds and fresh cinnamon powder along with a cup of green tea and dash of lemon. You could also have a slice of whole-wheat toast with avocado pieces and sprinkle of salt and pepper.

Jar W.
Bruh, tbh, I don't have the right palate to eat eggs in the morning. The taste, the smell, like, eugh, I can't! Maybe if it was a crêpe, not a sweet one per se, but still, something more indirect that eggs in the morning. I would prefer a yogurt, cereals, müslie, anything else that isn't salty in any way, shape or form.

Ashwini Z.
I really love oats as a breakfast especially with bananas or mangoes not to forget to put a little bit of cinnamon. That is probably the best breakfast for me.

Adam Z.
When you're in a hurry, an apple or a banana are good options. Dishes that don't have a lot of sugar are perfect. Cereal energy bars, some fruit that isn't too sugary, ham.

Sieghard X.
Well you could have some fruit and veggies like maybe a banana and some lettuce, toast with egg. And for you juice maybe like a healthy smoothie or orange juice

Lorival W.
At the moment I find preparing overnight oats to be an easy breakfast. Blend milk, dates, dash of cinnamon, some cocoa and a touch of maple syrup in a blender. Pour over oats and chia seeds overnight. The next morning add a bit of yoghurt, a sprinkle of coconut and crumble walnuts and it is like chocolatey goodness. Filling and good for energy.

Alexis O.
Depending on your diet you can eat a slice of bread/toast with some jam on it and a banana on the side. Also, in my opinion, some cereal is a good choice; so long as you eat what is stated as the serving size. I eat Go crunch by, I believe, Kashi. This is just my opinion, but you can eat anything for a meal so long as it's in moderation.

I hope this helped.

Chelsea U.
A great breakfast doesn’t need to be animal product and doesn’t need to be cooked. I prefer a small bowl of fresh fruits and some granola. Occasionally I’ll throw in a piece of toast with peanut butter or fruit spread. Pair that with a tall glass of water and a cup of coffee and you’re off on the right start!

Gustav W.
Smoothies with lots of flaxseed and Chia are always a good wake up drink, I like to pair it with a piece of whole wheat toast and avocado

Marie N.
Brown bread including flax seeds,sonflower seeds, pumpkin seeds & peanut butter. Fresh yought with fresh fruits & walnuts.Tuna salad.

Teresa E.
Yogurt is something healthy you can eat for breakfast with something such as an energy bar and a fruit like an apple or banana.

Rachel F.
Oats are really good! With raisins, honey and cinnamon added to it, the flavourful breakfast will keep you full for longer!! 🥰

Juanita Y.
I eat a lot of oatmeal. I make it from plain oats and use fruit and honey to sweeten it instead of sugar! I also LOVE toast because it's quick and easy so I try to find good high fiber whole wheat breads with lots of grains and seeds then top it with healthy fats like coconut oil, mashed avocado, or nut butters.
If I am really pushed for time, sometimes I will just have a glass of almond coconut milk. It's delicous and suprisingly filling.

Thea E.
Oats and fruit. Either soak the oats overnight to have them cold or make them on the stove in the morning for a hot breakfast. I love topping mine with banana and a little honey or warm apple and cinnamon.

Laura T.
Oh my goodness! So many things. Nuts and seeds, peanut butter, almond butter, leftovers from last night dinner. Cottage cheese, ricotta cheese, any cheese, Tuna, Chicken, fish, beef, quiche, ravioli, lasagna, beef jerky! And everything I have named is just the protein part, for the most part. Add vegetables. Consider oatmeal and add some nuts and seeds whatever you like on top. Try yogurt so the lower the sugar the better on that. Basically, if you don't like eggs, you're still covered. Enjoy your breakfast.

Soraia Q.
Smoothies, toast with nut butters and banana, yogurt with fruit, avocado toast, oatmeal with fruit or nuts, fruit salad and yogurt (I like a tiny bit of granola for crunch), sauteed sausage and veggies, burrito bowls, fruit and cottage cheese, rancheros with or without eggs, open face turkey or veggie bacon BLT, tofu scramble with veggies.

Carolina F.
You can have avocado and anchovies(my favorite combo 🤤) you don’t need the toast, skip that if you can. Also you can have keto granola with plain Greek yogurt or any other sugar free, lactose free options.

Tiger P.
Scrambled tofu with sesame and seasoning makes a nice breakfast
Thick cut rolled oats cooked with cinnamon, banana and apple makes a nice breakfast

Filippo Z.
I sometimes make sandwiches with a little bit of butter and honey. Add your favorite nuts to the sandwich and your perfect breakfast is ready!

Georgia W.
Anything that it high in protein and low in sugars will keep you full all morning. This can include fish, full fat yoghurt or natural but butters.

Ross Q.
A combination and balanced mix of carbohydrates, protein and fat in fruits, vegetables, meat and eggs plus fiber is really good for one's health and nutrition.