What are different breakfast options that you recommend? Looking for variety in my morning breakfast.

Lia Y.
Oatmeal or porridge is a versatile option that can be loaded with any fruit, nuts, and spices you like. Savoury oatmeal is also delicious and there’s a good recipe on Oh She Glows.

I also enjoy tofu scrambles, chia pudding, smoothies, healthy breakfast muffins with nut butter, or homemade granola with fresh fruits.

Marshall U.
I would go for a good sugar and protein balance. For instance, a warm oatmeal with apple, good for blood sugar level. Plus an egg or peanut butter for protein.

Sometimes it’s a simplified recipe of a regular salad or soup. My simple version of guacamole just have tomato, avocado, and lime juice. A mini Chinese spinach egg soup just need to boil the spinach and spinach egg in hot water for a few minutes and add sesame oil and salt. This one is from my childhood memory. I think whatever food I am familiar with not only serves an empty stomach but also makes a connection to myself.

Tony E.
I favor apples and oranges, or in the summertime, smoothies. In the winter I aim for toast with cheese and tea, or occasionally eggs.

Wilfriede F.
My current favorite is banana pancakes: toss an egg, a banana and half a cup of oats in a blender and blend til combined. You can add berries, chocolate, peanut butter, whatever you want. But they're great for some complex carbs and protein. I add apricot jam and cottage cheese on top of mine for some extra flavor and protein

Emmy Y.
-2 hard boiled eggs
-Avocado toast on grainy bread
-Oatmeal with dried cranberries
-Salad of mixed greens with Poached eggs on top
-greek yoghurt with a drizzle of honey and a few chopped almonds

Marcus N.
Oatmeal with peanut butter, banana, cacao powder, coconut flakes, hemp seeds, and maybe a half cup of strawberries on the side.

Tofu scramble with bell peppers, onions, celery, kale AND spinach, avocado, and potatoes on the side.

A big smoothie with your favorite fruits, greens, nuts, and seeds.

A huge salad with hummus as the dressing.

I honestly eat spaghetti for breakfast a lot, with falafel. I hope you get this full answer, I think there’s a character limit 😩

Jill O.
One meal that I have really often is quinoa oatmeal. It's about one part quinoa to three parts oatmeal – the quinoa just gives it that extra protein. It's really good because I can have a different variation every single day – one day I might have raisins and maple syrup, another day strawberries and cinnamon. Nuts – especially pecans – are really good in it too. Anything you can put on toast, you can eat for breakfast. Jam, avocado, peanut butter, eggs. Keep a ton of whole wheat bread on hand and mix it up from day to day. If I don't have my oatmeal, I'll usually have peanut butter toast, just to make sure I'm getting a good amount of protein to start the day with. With toast, I'll usually have fresh fruit and juice. For example, this morning I had a grapefruit, a banana, peanut butter toast, and orange juice.

Sohan O.
First, eggs are the easiest, you can cooked them in different ways, poached, scrambled, fried, depend on how mich time you have.
Then, a handful of nuts, a bowl of cereals, or two slices of whole grain toast would keep you from hunger.
I’m a milk lover, so a glass of low fat milk in the breakfast would really made my day.

Frances U.
I usually have a smoothie with frozen fruit – mangoes or berries, plus vanilla protein powder and ground flaxseed or almond butter. I follow a 16 hour fast with this most weekday mornings or eat a banana, yogurt and walnuts or plain almonds with lots of black coffee! ☺️

Florence R.
Hi!😃 For me, I usually don’t have much appetite in the morning. So what I did was got myself a solid all-in-one meal replacement and vitamin shake under this reputable company called Vibrant Health. The shake is called Maximum Vibrance and you can buy it on iHerb for the best price and free shipping. I sometimes alternate between two other great trusted brands just for variety all of which I also buy in iHerb. They are Dragon Herbs Tonic Alchemy and Garden of Life Raw Meal. You can stir in some nut butters or coconut milk in them just to fill you up a little more. Sometimes I mash a banana in with a simple fork too for that extra energy kick.. so no need for messy blenders or extra cleaning. You can carry them with you in a tumbler or glass drinking bottle in case you’re in a rush. Hope this helps you greatly! Cheers to awesome health!🤗💖

Bruna Q.
I really like eggs or a clean peanut butter smoothie. A scrambled egg with a quarter cup of salsa is a very good option.

Liam Z.
My goal is to keep carbo, proteins and fats balanced. I often use Lifesum app’s suggestions e.g. different kinds of porridge w/ fruit or Greek yogurt w / fruit.
In alternative I often have omelette, or avocado toast or ham and cheese.
I always add milk, coffee and granola or bread w/ peanut butter and jam.

Angela X.
– bircher muesli with soy yoghurt and steel oats
Option 1: with berries and (sunflower) seeds
Option 2: with raisins, grated apples and seeds and nuts.
– granola containing less than 5g sugar/100g with (dairy free) yoghurt and a banana or other fruit
– two pieces of toast with two fried eggs and a little bit of marmite
– banana pancakes with (dairy free) yoghurt and nuts

Joshua T.
Blueberry Chia Seed pudding!
* 1/2 cup vanilla flavored Greek yogurt
* 1/4 cup milk ( milk of your preference, I use vanilla flavored almond milk )
* 1 tbsp chia seeds
* 1/4 cup sliced almonds
* 1/4 cup fresh or frozen blueberries

Prepare night before.
I make 3 at a time, they lost about a week.

Seth E.
I rotate through avocado on toast, banana and almond smoothie, banana and blueberry smoothie, yoghurt and berries, bagel with cream cheese and eggs. I find too many options overwhelming but a good selection keeps breakfast fresh.

Absal O I.
Overnight oats are great. I make several enough for several days at a time and grab and go in the mornings. 1/2 c oats, 1/2 c Greek yogurt, 1/2 milk, a little cinnamon and a handful of fruit. Shake it up, put it in the fridge and you’re done!

Laurie F.
Go always for the same breakfast… Having to think and make decisions so early in the morning will make you pick whatever junk food you have around. If you like eggs, bacon and beans, go for it every single day. If you rather like some yoghourt with fruit chunks, perfect! Just make it a habit. On weekends you can try to innovate and try different choices, but for the weekdays just go easy and follow a routine.

Isabella C.
Vegan options:
-overnight oats with banana, cacao nibs and cacao powder and plant based milk
– amaranth boiled with water and plant based milk; served with roasted apples and nuts topped with cinnamon
– smoothie ( avocado, banana, apple, water & chiasamen)
– soya yoghurt with fruits, nuts and chiasamen

Damian B.
1) Greek yogurt with berries and bran
2) oatmeal with peanut butter, protein powder, and splash of cream
3) smoothie with fruit and greens

Sean I.
Most people’s quick breakfast choices include a scrambled egg or cereal with fruit. For variety, I mix the egg with a bit of cheese, veggies or whatever leftovers are in the frig, like turkey kielbasa. I also buy frozen peppers and onions to throw in once in a while. Instead of cereal, you can make oatmeal and add cinnamon and applesauce or whatever fruit you like.
Other choices are smoothies or greek yogurt parfaits which are nice to make up the night before. There are just simple changes.
Whenever I am bored with meal choices, I just do an internet search for it and get specific like low fat, easy breakfast choices and viola!!

Becky P.
It really depends on the day and what my schedule looks like that day- if I have an early lecture, I’ll actually bring my breakfast with me; it’s usually overnight oats, and I’ll add in different toppings the night before. But on days I have a later lecture, I’ll make avocado toast and eggs- the Trader Joe’s chili seasoning or everything but the bagel seasoning are great with avocado toast. But eggs in general are a good option for breakfast, since you can boil a bunch of them and the next day you can have that plus some fruit and nut butter, such as almond butter.

Ray P.
Here are some options:
1. Poached eggs on toast with a slice of tomato or cucumber or fruit
2. Avocado toast
3. Bowl of Bran Buds with fruit and nut milk
4. A fruit smoothie with bananas, strawberries and honey or maple syrup

Jake Z.
I like to make a crust less quiche on Sunday night and put it in the fridge. It’s good for the next 5 days and it’s quick, easy, and healthy in the mornings!

Dierk X.
I usually eat overnight oats with banana, cinnamon and some other fruit or berry. Example: half banana and half with strawberries

Alyssa J.
I eat what I like, even if unconventional. During the week, I keep it simple and eat the same thing. A hard boiled egg, a Babybel cheese, weighed out lean deli ham and portioned grapes. I eat it at my desk and it takes a while to eat and has variety.

Isabella W.
Low Sugar Instant Oatmeal
Cottage Cheese
Greek Yogurt
Eggs, Spinach, Bacon & Cheese
Sprouted grain bread, egg, & avocado

Frederik C.
Plain rolled oats with ultra-filtered milk. Add walnuts, raisins, and cinnamon for a naturally sweet preference or add poached eggs with salt and pepper for a savory option.
Ezekial 100% sprouted bread with poached eggs.
Cottage cheese pancakes. .25 cup rolled oats
.25 cup fat-free cottage cheese
1 egg
Mix and cook like a pancake.
Optional add nuts, seeds, dried fruit.
Banana pancake
1 ripe banana
1 egg
Mix and cook like a pancake.
Top with PB2 (powdered peanut butter)
Or plain greek yogurt

Ib Rico E.
Oatmeal porridge with banana, fresh ginger, nuts, seeds and fresh fruit.

Oatmeal breakfast cake with banana, fresh ginger, nuts, seeds and fruit.

Yoghurt with oatmeal, banana, nuts, seeds and fruit.

Marie E.
My go-to is Wheat Chex with skim milk, berries or a banana. You can also make eggs quickly in the microwave. Spray a little Pam or even just swish a little water in a cereal bowl then add 2 eggs and whisk. Cook for 62 seconds for a perfect little soufflé!

Ambre Y.
Eggs, scrambled with goat cheese on mixed greens, a few strawberries or small slices of watermelon.

Tofu scramble with mixed veggies, with a few slices of avacado on the side, add hot sauce or ketchup

Chia seed pudding with blueberries and shredded coconut, add a few almonds or cacao nibs

Louison I.
The important bit is to avoid as much as possible highly processed food and try to move to a more balance breakfast. We usually eat too much carbohydrates and fat in our breakfast. Too much cereals, muffins, bread… For example, you can have an apple and then a toast with a bit of tomato, olive oil and some sort cured ham on top – then a nice caffe latte or a yogurt, and you have it.

Cilene A.
Yogurt, oatmeal (bars or the porridge stuff), and fruits are easy, on-the-go meals. Sometimes I like to cook eggs, but then I have to deal with dishes which can take a bit of time. If you get weary of repetitive meals (I do), then I'd switch up the way you prepare them. With eggs you can have them scrambled, easy over, coddled, European, poached, etc. I would try to change it day-by-day, as well.

Adem O.
I personally like to eat what I feel like while keeping it healthy. For me the options are: eggs with either bread or tomatoes, fruit the size of your fist (2 kiwis or mandarins) or bread/toast with something healthy on it. No nuts for me.

David C.
Gluten free rice Chex with a sliced banana, some cinnamon, and almond milk. Or two slices of toast with peanut butter, a banana, and chia seeds or flax seeds sprinkled on top!

Clyde J.
Sometimes less is more … a miso or hot broth with some smoked salmon … or high grain and fibre whole porridge … trying to have only 1 main meal per day with 2 smaller and healthy fasting in between taking broths and teas to prevent hunger pangs etc … the breakfast can be the main one of the day or one of the smaller ones … but I think from what I’ve read healthy intermittent fasting from foods ( not starving !! ) with healthy fluids allowed is important .

Billy Y.
I have been doing different versions of overnight oats. I prepare it the night before and leave it in the fridge so I have no excuses to skip breakfast in the morning.

Susanne Y.
I have been enjoying a veggie sausage, one hard boiled egg, and a salad each morning. All items are from Trader Joe’s which, I find, has healthy, quick options. The veggie sausage is round and from the frozen section. The hard boiled eggs are peeled and come in a bag of six. The salad is organic and comes in a bag with the additional ingredients and dressing so that you can fix it on the go. I just toss the salad in the bag itself. The breakfast fills me up and keeps me going for a surprisingly long time.

I usually don’t eat breakfasts, but the Fabulous has started this new habit for me and it helps keep my energy sustained through my work day.

Yanis E.
Add up lots of protein enriched food such as egg , and to balance it out ..add an avocado to your plate and a slice of toast. homemade toast is a better option than commercially made.

Katrine X.
Lately I’ve been making a chia pudding type thing with fruits and cashews topped with berries. I also sometimes make baked eggs in a tomato and chorizo sauce.

Catherine Z.
I throw a few servings of quinoa into the rice cooker and set it on white rice. It has a bit of a crunch to it when finished. Do this ahead of time and store in the fridge for easy grab servings on busy mornings. I top a bowl of it off with some light coconut milk and a splash of maple syrup and then microwave for 30 secs to warm up. If I have some nuts, seeds, granola or berries around, I’ll throw some on top for texture and contrast. Very satisfying.

Heidi O.
I enjoy one to two eggs, over easy with some diced onion, garlic, flax seed and feta. I toss this with coconut oil and pico de gallo and spinach leaves, add a hint of lime juice. Lately I have added plain english muffins with a small smear or cream cheese. This is my go to dish, quick and easy and tasty!

Another option is sliced banana with peanut butter and honey on a GFCF waffle. Another quick and hearty breakfast option.

Am Lie Z.
All whole fruit, breads, eggs, homemade preserves, jams, cheeses, grilled chicken, natural fruit and vegetable juices

Tracy F.
Celery, walnuts, and granola bars are some of my go to breakfast options, especially when I don't have time to make anything in the morning and I'm on the go.

Edwin Z.
I love oatmeal with cinnamon and apple. My husband has been making smoothies and the PB&J gets me to lunch with no trouble.

Titouan F.
I usually eat eggs with spinach or even with some Asian veggie rice, I also like oatmeal and fiber cereals, and I make a smoothie with gronola and fruit in it if my stomach is hurting:))))

Marco Q.
I usually have scrambled eggs on toast, with diced bacon, capsicum, red onion, mushrooms and spinach (fried separately and added on top). Sometimes I have it as an omelette instead.

Brunhild U.
I personally don't really like to eat much for breakfast. However I found out that sometimes all I need is a fruit or two (banana or apple) with a spoonful of peanut butter and it keeps me full until lunch 🙂 When I feel like eating more, I put two slices of brown bread in the toaster, butter them with butter and I had a slice of ham on top of each. It's like a big toast. I also fruit and peanut butter as well.

Albert U.
I have tried the Greek yogurt drinks which are good for grab-and-go options. I've made my own less sweet breakfast yeast bread with dried fruit (for the sweetness) and toasted nuts, boosting fiber and protein.

Fredo B.
Egg cups with veggies and ham, overnight oats, oatmeal with fruit and toast with peanut butter and banana on it are some of my favourites.

Sebastian U.
Cereals with a fruit, they're the fatest to take. 3 eggs in the morning when i have time. Toast with cheese and fried eggs. Maybe a cornetto with a capuccino sometime in the weekend with my friends, then i turn home i will eat rightly after an avocado just to balance….

Kunibert Z.
Some mornings can be hectic. I enjoy eating my favorite fruits (blueberries, strawberries and blackberries). A piece of raisin bread and a cup of Hibiscus tea (warm or cold) no sugar! Yummy!!

Simon Y.
This morning I'm having a small bowl of oatmeal, 3 pancakes, and two over medium eggs with toast. The other day, I had savory oatmeal with two poached eggs on top. And did you know you can actually make oatmeal with an egg in it? Ever since I started trying to eat big breakfasts (and two meals overall), I have been eating eggs everyday.

Krzysztof F.
I'm the kind of person who needs variety, but can't be bothered to stay a long time cooking. So I have a plan. I eat oats on one day, in which I put anything sweet like banana, cacao, chia seeds, berries, nuts… and the next day I'll have savory stuff, usually a toast with avocado and smoked salmon, scrambled eggs… this way, it's quick, easy, and never boring. Good luck!

Hannes O.
I'd recommend a sugar free yoghurt with couple of berries to get your probiotics, antioxidants and Vitamins. Also eat eggs and some meat (sausages, bacon, …) to get your protein and fats. Also add some greens to your breakfast to get all the potassium and fiber you need to start your day right. Drink a cup coffee, tea and loads of water to stay hydrated. Nevertheless, I'd suggest to skip breakfast and tryout intermittent fasting. Its a great way to stay in ketosis and shred some additional pounds 😉

Ana S.
I'm really bad at variety, but I don't mind it myself. I often eat oatmeal, which is a nice foundation to which you can add different kinds of fruit and dairy products.