So do you have any suggestions for a healthy breakfast? I’m getting bored of eating the same breakfast every morning…

Os Rio C.
Good breakfast = Good day .. I suggest having the kind of fruit you love ..you can also try oats with honey , it's delicious and healthy .

Florence Z.
I really like toast or an English muffin with avocado and a poached egg on top. I bought these things called Poach Pods on Amazon, they’re silicone cups for poaching eggs. It’s so easy, I can put them in boiling water and finish getting ready while the eggs cook.

Also a big fan of overnight oats and smoothie bowls. If you go to Pinterest, there are hundreds of recipes for them.

Marinalva I.
If you’re bored then why not change some little parts of your breakfast? For example different meat with eggs that you’re cooking or different yogurt with muesli 😉

Emilie C.
I always like to think of a healthy breakfast as rich and as fulfilling as possible. Pleasing both to the eyes and stomach. You could get creative by including many different colors, textures and shapes within your breakfast. Try different ways of cooking your eggs in the morning, if you had green tea today, you could have English tea tomorrow. Mix up sweet and sour, either together or day in and day out (one day have a breakfast focused on eggs, turkey slices, fresh veggies and then the other leaning towards fruits, yogurts, oatmeal, dried fruits and maybe a tiny tablespoon of honey). Breakfast really only relies on how colorful your mind is, the more positive you're feeling, the more creative you'll get. Start out with simple recipes that you find appealing, then you could start mix and matching them as you learn your likes and dislikes. Setting up a meal plan helps too, if you can't bother yourself to think of something extravagant in the morning. Hope this helps.

Cristine P.
I really struggle with breaksfast and eating habits in general. Easiest and best I have found is, what I call a 'ballas brekkie' banana en two boiled eggs, or, good old oats.

Selma N.
You have to plan so you have on hand what you like to eat and not feel deprived. I like to plan my breakfast and prep the night before to make sure I have time in the morning.

Irene F.
I love toast with peanut butter and bananas on it, oatmeal is always good, and when I make pancakes or waffles I was double the batch so they can be frozen and reheated quickly when I am in a rush

H L Na Z.
GF everything bagel with habanero mango aioli topped with sliced avocado really hurts the spot, is quick, & feels gourmet.

Laura Z.
FOR QUICK AND EASY!
slice up some fruits the night before and pop it in the fridge.
then add milk and cereal to it the next morning .
TRY OUT DIFFERENT SEEDS
Flaxseed, sunflower seed.. blah blah…
add it to your boring cereal or oatmeal!
Always have fruits or veggie for breakfast though!
If you don’t have time a green shake (lettuce, spinach, orange, beets and almond milk) will always do the trick!

Stay healthy!

Elias B.
Egg muffins are easy and protein packed. Scramble 12 eggs and add any ingredients you like …spinach, sausage, ham, cheese, peppers, or whatever. Put into 12 muffin tins and bake for 20 min at 350 (or until knife comes out clean). Put in airtight container in fridge and warm up in microwave whenever you need them. Keep for 4-5 days.

Phillip U.
I make a powershake, 15g milled flaxseeds, 10g peanut butter, a banana, 50g low fat greek yogurt. A tbls of kale powder or beetroot powder. Add various fruit, berries, sugar free apple puree (I can my own) peaches, pears etc top up with a little low fat milk and whizz. Its lovely! Sometimes i add carob powder for a chocolate shake.

Viviane O.
Egg scramble with spinach and coconut oil. Plain full fat greek yogurt with grapefruit is great too. Trying to keep the coffee to a minimum and opt for water or tea instead, but when coffee happens I drink it black, no sweeteners.

Isobel O.
I prep several jars of chia pudding Sunday night and eat one every morning. I add almond butter and protein powder to the pudding to help power my morning workout.

Kata T.
I enjoy oatmeal or overnight oats, toast and eggs, yogurt with granola, and even some toast with peanut butter and banana sometimes.

Dietlind U.
Turn to cookbooks and exotic fare to try new and interesting breakfast dishes. The USA has come out with some interesting healthy choices. Start with ChooseMyPlate.gov

Hilda F.
Have you considered green smoothies ? This is a good change of pace for breakfast. But I feel hungry if I have only green smoothies for breakfast. So, I also have eggs with it. Right now, this is the only idea I have for variation in breakfasts !

Dilermando Q.
I made a big batch of steel cut oatmeal at the beginning of the week and add different toppings each day. I alternate that with toast with nut butter and fruit or with avocado with lime juice.

Julie U.
Well I would have to know what you like and what you don’t like ! But I guess
• egg whites with a side of salsa is always good tasty yet healthy.
• avocado on wheat toast seasoned with salt and pepper,
• wheat toast with light mayo seasoned with salt and pepper.
• A egg white wrap with lettuce tomatoes avocado salsa, you can have:
• overnight oatmeal soaked in vanilla almond milk with cinnamon apples and a teaspoon of natural peanutbutter.
• Baked apples covered in cinnamon cooked in the oven

Sophie Y.
I have found the joys of breakfast smoothies. They are easy to make and have that sweet edge that I tend to crave. Yet if you make it with berries, protein powder and other healthy options it can be a perfectly balanced breakfast. Plus there are hundreds of recipes online to try! Give smoothie a try, even if you want to buy one from a smoothie shop. You won’t regret it!

Arianna S.
Hi there, this is what I generally rotate through. Eating the same daily is uninspiring for sure.
1. Plain (sometimes vanilla or coconut but pick a low sugar variety) yogurt (2/3 – 3/4 cup) with fruit(1/2 cup) and 1-2 tbsps nuts (walnuts, almonds), dash of cinnamon)
2. Egg muffins – 12 muffin liners in a muffin tray. Chopped tomatoes, peppers, spinach, mushrooms, cooked ham – not all but any combo of these making 1.5-2 tbsps per cup in the tray. Whisk eggs -10-12 depending on egg size and how full cups are with the above – (could add herbs or ground pepper to eggs) and top up the muffin cups to 1/4” or .75cm from top of liner with the mixture. Sprinkle with a pinch of shredded/grated cheese of choice. Bake 30 min at 350F. Freeze and then microwave to thaw/reheat as needed. Or they keep in the fridge. I don’t usually eat them past 4 days if they’re in the fridge. Serving is 2 muffins.
3. Poached eggs (2) with avocado and tomato slices, a small piece of fruit (1/2 cup).
4.Oatmeal (I cook about a 1/2 cup with cinnamon sprinkled in) Top cooked oatmeal with fruit (1/2 cup), 1-2 tbsps nuts (walnuts, almonds) and a dollop of yogurt.
Enjoy!

Jonathan W.
I would recommend a smoothie, different each day, and a sandwich that doesn’t full you up completely more like a appetizer, and a fresh fruit and a quick snack like vitamin gummies

Felix Z.
Though I'm not sure what you're eating now, I like these things for a healthy, filling breakfast:

1. Scrambled/fried/poached eggs over spinach and whole wheat toast or quinoa

2. Avocado on whole wheat toast with some greens/sprouts, olive oil, and balsamic glaze

3. Finncrisp (or other hard bread like Ryvita) with sliced bell pepper, cucumber, and cheese; and sometimes a soft-boiled egg on the side

Basically, I try to get veggies in where I can and add a little healthy fat so I don't feel like I'm eating salad in the morning. Hope this is helpful!

Ga L Y.
Try hot cereals – grits, cream of wheat and oatmeal can all be made savory or sweet. I also like Greek yogurt (huge variety there), avocado toast (or cinnamon toast, etc. – a toaster oven will change your life). Egg, ham and cheese sandwich made with bread from Great Harvest. My food goals are vegetarian and low calorie but I still find plenty to get excited about in the morning. Even if you're not vegetarian the veggie sausage links and patties are lower calorie and might be worth checking out (Harmless Ham is great for the sandwiches, just don't overcook it). High protein pancakes (Kodiak Cakes) are easy to make ahead. Good luck!

Herman O.
Yes diversification is very important on the day the breakfast is a specific fruit and on another day brown bread with some white cheese low fat and cucumber slices and another day a cup of coffee favorite sugar-free with a boiled egg bean

William F.
I pre-make my breakfasts, so currently I'm loving Overnight oats. I make them all Sunday night. I line up 5 jars, into each goes 2/3 c oats, then I top off the jar with fruit (bananas, frozen berries, etc), add some on or protein powder if I know I'm exercising that day, and top it off with water or non-dairy milk.

Evelin S.
I love things I can put together with leftovers to make something new.

Rice bowls or savory oatmeal. The first is pretty self explanatory: cook a bunch of rice earlier , in the morning mix with the goodies and leftovers of your choice. You can make is sweet, sour, spicy. It takes on what ever you put it.
If you want to be decadent add the milky thing if your choice (coconut milk is good), cinnamon, vanilla and voilá, you have arroz con leche.

With the oatmeal it is basically the same,cook a bunch in advance (you could do overnight oats but I like steel cut), then mix with what you fancy. My favorite is to add an egg with other savory/spicy things. Remember, if you heat it in the microwave, you can cook the egg in it.

Claude P.
If I have extra time, I really enjoy making avacado toast. Some might look down on it, but I just use guacamole as my "avacado" and scrambled eggs to put on top

Rotraut C.
BOAST sandwich – (turkey/paleo) bacon, onion, avocado, spinach and tomato- on while wheat bread. Filling and delicious. I use avocado instead of mayo.

Alfons Y.
I've started eating arugula in the mornings with fried eggs which is really good. The arugula has a peppery flavour which really pops with the eggs. I've also made different frittatas to eat with my arugula.

Lucy E.
Sometimes when I feel like switching it up, I’ll have a few pieces of fruit and whipped cream, or a sandwich and baked French fries. A healthy breakfast can be anything made healthier that’ll give you a good start to the day. Breakfast burritos, breakfast muffins, even steak and eggs can be made into a healthier breakfast. It’s nothing really fancy!

Louella O.
I’ve only been doing this for a few days and I’m still enjoying having porridge for breakfast but as summer comes along I’ll probably try mixing it up with fruit and berry’s or even try those oat pots (when you leave them over night).
Good luck on your journey.

Jon O.
I, too, get bored by the same meal day after day! If I’m eating eggs and veggies, I’ll change how I prepare the egg (hard boiled- sometimes with pulled pork or pancetta on top -sunny side up, scrambled, omelette, etc) and the veggie (steamed broccoli, green beans, some sort of summer squash hash, peppers, spaghetti squash, spinach with onion and garlic, etc) with various seasonings (garlic salt, old bay, try a new seasoning mix from the store. Sometimes even that isn’t enough of a change so I switch out the protein (sausage, chicken, bacon, etc). If none of that works I switch up everything and look online for some great options (new fav-roasted sweet potato with cashew butter, raisins or blueberries, and a dash of cinnamon).

One last thought: Breakfast doesn’t have to fit a certain mold, any meal could break your fast! Perhaps try a favorite lunch or dinner meal to start your day. As long as it fuels you with the nutrients you need to start the day right 🙂

Andreas W.
I really enjoy eating 2 scrambled eggs with a salad of plum tomatoes, cucumbers and spring onion, all with a lot of olive oil. It’s not too heavy and makes me feel like I’m starting the day already having eaten a salad, which is a great feeling.

Dylan A.
Homemade oatmeal bars with almonds, peanut butter and chocolate no bake cookies made with oatmeal, scrambled eggs or sunny side eggs with sausage or bacon

James U.
I like to go on Pinterest. They have a lot of recipe for healthy breakfast. My favourite right now is otmeal muffins with fruit and or nuts toppings.

Lylou N.
Definitelya perfect breakfast is a mix between energy and fibers to keep you working for the rest of the day. Healthy fat in the morning can give tou the energy batter than a carb, and fibers to help you body digest and clean your stomach.

Cody W.
Yes, You can eat egg with spinach belirve me it is delicious! You can also eat bread inside cucumber,tomato and philedelphia cheese

Allan Q.
Whole grain toast with avocado, a hard boiled egg and piece of fruit is my go to breakfast.

Otherwise I really like soup for breakfast— chicken broth with cilantro, avocado, tomato, red onion, and a bit of tobasco and cheese.

Sofia P.
I'm limited on what I can eat because I can't eat eggs or dairy. So I have been frying up ham and making a ham avacado sandwich. I don't actually fry the him I just sizzle it on a skillet over medium-high heat. I sometimes will do that with tomatoes as well. I throw some seasoning on it and it's a yummy breakfast. If I don't have that much time I will grab some nuts and matcha tea. it's not quite as yummy but it's still nutritious and gives me the energy I need to start my morning.