So far I’ve been eating yogurt and oatmeal as a quick and healthy breakfast option. Do you have any other suggestions for quick and easy breakfast ideas that have worked for you?

Raymond F.
I usually blend
Fruits and mix with carrots. It keeps me fuller for longer and i get to sip on it whenever I feel like snacking…making me avoid junk

Malthe U.
My fav breakfast is yogurt or coconut milk with musli, walnuts, almonds, coconut, honey and banana. It’s absolutely delicious!

Christina Z.
I used to eat oatmeal with yogurt. I would mix the yogurt in with the oatmeal along with some kind of thawed frozen fruit like blueberries or strawberries and banana or fresh diced apple. Now I have a frozen smoothie with frozen fruits, frozen kale and spinach, hulled pumpkin seeds, flax milk +protein, and a vanilla flavored super greens powder mix that provides a lot of the micro nutrients that multivitamins don’t provide. I also drink an electrolyte powder since they are what provide the signal for muscle movement and brain thought function. I will also have a serving of a power greens mix for balanced blood ph. I don’t use whey protein anymore because I’ve found that it isn’t as good for the body as the industry leads people to believe. I just throw all the ingredients I want to use into my blender, mix it up and drink. For a while now I’ve been eating with the mindset of nourishing my body, and cultivating that mindset has made a huge difference and impact on my life as well as my families. Sending you my best in your healthy breakfast quest.

Darrell Q.
I often have hardboiled eggs ready in the fridge. Easy to grab with some fruit, nuts or maybe a green smoothie if i made it ready the night before.

Pauline T.
I have had this breakfast for the past 7 or 8 years. Honey, oats, milk, yoghurt, fruit blended together in a big cup, two egss cooked to your preference on the side

Deuv Nia C.
I like to take a piece of fruit and peanut butter to eat in the car on the way to work. I use a large plastic spoon to scoop peanut butter (I prefer large because it holds more peanut butter and I don’t have to worry so much about the peanut butter falling off). I take the piece of fruit (apple or banana) and the peanut butter spoon with me to the car, then when I finish eating, I wrap the scraps in a napkin to throw away later.

Miguel C.
Althought yogurt and oatmeal is good, I used to eat milk, breakfast cereal and apples for breakfast and it worked very well. Some toast, without butter, with some peanut butter is good for the morning too.

Hilda S.
I got a little burned out on yogurt recently, so I have added eggs to my breakfast routine. Avocado toast is another tasty choice.

Silke Z.
My quick breakfast is a mostly green smoothie with a high quality, whole food protein or meal replacement powder (I use Vega brand). I use 75% green (spinach, celery and cucumbers), 25% fruit if I use any that day, fresh ginger and cinnamon.

Pauline C.
I personally like any fruit such as an apple or a banana since they are tasty, light, and very quick when you’re getting out the door.

Jacqueline Q.
Hi! Both of those are great! Don’t forget about eggs, and I like to personally add a handful of crushed almonds to my oatmeal (I can’t stand to eat them by themselves). Avocado toast is an amazing option as well.

Nilde F.
Here’s what I like to share. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day for me and I try to make it as balanced as possible. I start with fruits or veggies and yogurt. Then I have a bowl of rice with eggs and soup. It’s better if you can prepare something the day before or even earlier and preserve a portion in the fridge so that you can really make a proper meal quick and easy.

Roberta Z.
Personally, a healthy smoothie or overnight oats with fruit is a good, easy breakfast. I would suggest preparing things the night before!

Victoria P.
I love eggs so on Sundays I boil 5 eggs and put them in the fridge. Then all I have to do is take one out, peel it and, eat. Sets me up for the week ahead.

Geruza C.
Daily smoothie. Never weighs me down. Gets me through to late afternoon. 5 minutes to make. Spinach, hemp seeds, avocado, squash or sweet potatoe. Small amount of fruit. Not too much or you’ll get a sugar spike and crash. Add protein supplement and blend.

I like to use dried Goji berries or frozen organic berries from Costco.

This almost never fails to satisfy through lunch and beyond. Great pre and post workout.

Emily W.
I enjoy fruit smoothies when I’m in a hurry or natural energy bars such as a kind bar with a banana or other piece of fruit to keep me going for a few hours in the morning

Julie X.
Some things that I do are avocado, leftovers, rice with milk and sometimes raisins, a protein shake, sweet potato, avocado toast, eggs, an apple or banana with a spoonful of peanut butter, or healthy cereal. Good luck!

Jennifer N.
Hi! You can eat smoothie bowl. I love banana, mixed berries and oat milk. For the topping I made my own granola and I add some fresh fruits and hempseed. You can also make avocado toast with whole meal bread

Noam P.
Try making eggy bread with sour dough rye. It can be cooked and then frozen to be reheated in the grill or toaster on another day, quickly and easily. Best served with cherry tomatoes or some spinach with a light sprinkle of salt. Filling and good for protein!

Leopoldo Q.
Although i have never been been a cereal eater, for a quick 6 months I continuously ate healthy cereal for breakfast. Then I too moved on to yogurt with granola, chia seeds, and fruit for about a year. Then I Had a change of appetite once again again started eating toast which I am now at the moment. Toast is good cause you can put whatever on it and it will still taste good.
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Elaine E.
Now that it’s getting colder, I really like sweet potato in the morning. I bake a couple of Japanese sweet potato early in the week and warm them up in the morning for a quick and yummy breakfast.

Evamaria X.
Along with water, I've been having either a banana, granola or both; they're both good for giving you energy, I've found.