Other thanks the usual grain cereals accompanied by seeds and dairy products, what is the other recommended breakfast options?

Andreas Y.
I like egg sandwiches with avocado, spinach, tomatoes, and whatever seasonings you like. Yogurt with fruit and some nut butter also keeps me full for a long while.
Alex P.
I buy bananas, oranges, those little snack packs with cheese nuts and fruits. Anything I can grab and take we me easily. Applesauce packets that they make for kids work well too!
Tina C.
I like to slice sweet potatoes in rounds and bake at 400 for about 20 min. with some scrambled eggs. Or some berries and chia pudding made with coconut milk.
Mariam Z.
Fruits, smoothies, whole wheat bread with whatever you like (I like homemade jam, it's very easy to make!) Just experiment and see what works for you! What gets you excited to get up and energize you throughout the day!
Tyece F.
Oatmeal with almond, hemp, or oat milk. Add diced apples, cinnamon, pinch of salt, and a scoop of vanilla isolate whey protein powder to give it a sweet taste instead of sugar.
Paola T.
My breakfast: yogurt (plain without sugar but NOT light!), banana, oak flames, mixed seeds (you can make a powder with them with a coffee trainer) . Delicious!
Gennette G.
I enjoy fruit and yogurt parfaits with some granola and a few nuts. Omelettes with some lean protein and veggies like spinach, onion and peppers. Also protein shakes with a good protein powder, frozen fruit and almond milk.
Lee O.
I'm a bad one to ask. I eat omelets or eggs most days and occasionally break that up with breakfast potatoes or English muffins.
Clover C.
I recommend you:
-yogurt with nuts or cereal with honey
-milk with cereal and will little pieces of chocolate or with strawberrys
-a lemonade with water and a fruit salad
I hope I helped you, have a good day! 🍍🍎🍓🍇
Monika G.
I normally have oats, plant based milk, a spoonful of cocoa, a teaspoon of agave nectar, mixed seeds and fresh berries in the morning. If you don’t have time, you could make this overnight, store in the refrigerator and reheat in the morning. I make sure I have a glass of smoothie if I am running late and cannot have a full fledge breakfast. Other options are- bread with raspberry/strawberry conserve but this is too sugary.
Paula E.
Often the best breakfast is some free range eggs. There's a definite difference in taste and texture, and they provide tons of protein. Add in some whole wheat toast and you have a quick and nutritious breakfast that will sustain you easily until lunch.
Enola N.
Eggs and proties items are a great jump start for the day, with that- seeds and dry fruits are also preffered as best of the bests.
Laila N.
i am vegetarian but try to be vegan as much as possible so i usually have 2 vegan richmond meat free sausages with 2 pieces of toast with butter and 1/2 a tin of beans. hope this helps
Ana Q.
Depending on how you want to start your day, your breakfast can vary from eggs, sausage, and some orange juice for a powerful start, to a smoothie of bananas, cucumber, mango, and Pineapple. (Tastes better that it sounds!) There are tons of smoothies on internet, but remember: a sweet fruit, a bit of any green, and some vitamin C! This, for an awesome boost of energy and a light start.
Diane O.
Anything with fruits is always great – like a smoothie or a fruit bowl. You can also add granola grains or honey to yogurt with (or without) fruit for something more filling. If you need something simple and quick, a slice of toast with jam or a bagel with honey is always nice. When it is colder oats or porridge is good, especially with added fruit like banana. Adding a fruit juice to your breakfast is very good for you and makes you feel refreshed and energised.
Olivia E.
Other recommended breakfast options are those that have protein such as hams and eggs. That stuff isn't high in sugar and, the dggs especially, keep you filled up for a while.
Henrietta N.
I think Fabulous recommends lean protein breakfasts, so that would include eggs (scrambled, poached, boiled, omelette, baked), natural yoghurt, nut butters on toast or fruit, oats (porridge or overnight oats), beans (beans on toast), wild and or oily fish (smoked salmon, mackerel, sardines).
Andr A T.
Hey! So you can eat fruits with grains, bread with cheese, or avocado, or eggs… fruit juice, milk with fruits (here in Brazil we call that “vitamin” haha)
Linzi F.
It's definitely a good idea to get some veggies in with your breakfast. Sautéing some plum or vine tomatoes before adding them to scrambled egg is one of my favourites. I also like to chop and poach a red apple, toss some cinnamon in with it then add that to my porridge with some roasted walnuts and a little honey. If you're wanting some more protein to fill you up longer then I use Total Greek yogurt. Just a couple tablespoons inwith your porridge and its low in calories and sugars but high in protein 😊
Shylah G.
Some protein and fruit. Eggs, or avacado. A banana, apple, or some berries. Maybe some bread for carbohydrates, or yogurt for some dairy and probiotics.
Luciara W.
Eggs! And healthy proteins! If you have the time, try scooping out part of an avocado and baking an egg inside it. Delicious! Or just make scrambled eggs in the microwave, they will keep you going all morning.
Valentina Y.
Seedy, wholemeal bread with peanut butter and fruit (banana or apple go really nice on toast), mushroom, spinach and Sausages pieces on toast (veggie Sausages made of pulses are more protein than fats), 1/4 avocado and egg on toast
Kaylee U.
Coaches Oatmeal or Malt O Meal are other alternatives to a healthy and satisfying breakfast.
Greek vanilla yogurt with fruit and seeds is another great jump start to your day.
Lidia Z.
I like to have in the morning a rye bread slice with mashed avocado, basil and hard boiled egg. This way you get good carbs, fiber, healthy fats and proteins all in one go. It also fits well with coffee. Would this work for you?
Sana V.
I normally have egg, toast and tea for breakfast, this is a healthy balance of proteins and carbohydrates ready to start your day
Christine P.
You could be creative and add different fresh/ frozen fruits in your cereal bowls to add more colors to start your day.

Alternatively, you could opt for eggs as a substitute to your usual breakfast. Or simply smash up 1/2 avocado to go with toast 🥑 Both proteins and fats will keep you full for longer hours 😉

Vero N.
I love eggs for breakfast. I typically make a kind of sandwich with whole grain bread, egg, spinach, and tomato. Sometimes I’ll make a smoothie to go with it, or go with fresh pressed fruit juice. You got protein, fiber, and a whole lot of vitamins!
Dene P.
Eggs and fruit and breakfast meats (or veg options such as veg sausage or bacon!) I am a vegetarian and I I my breakfast foods. 🙂 Pre-boiling eggs for the week saves time!