My breakfast at home is not that big, sometimes it’s just like yours and sometimes it’s just a small yoghurt (if I’m not that hungry).
Try to think of many breakfasts and make yourself every weekend a “schedule” of what you should eat for breakfast every day (per week). Try to use Google, Tumblr, We Heart It, YouTube, TikTok, Instagram or Pinterest for ideas and inspiration.
Hope I helped! <3
The meal can be made more interesting by mixing different müsli and milk variants, adding chia seeds, flax seeds, some berries, bananas, maybe even chocolate. This way you will not get bored of it.
I believe that there is no thing such as too much protein and that it would be harmful (as long as you have enough fat and carbs as well).
I think that if your body has too much protein, it will use how much it can and the rest will come out of you later:)
millet porridge with mango, cinnamon and honey for aged now. I still love it, especially when the buckwheat honey gets back into stock. I am a bit doubtful about how many suger is in it, but it’ll get me through most of my morning.
Fruits, nuts, and smoothies in the morning is easy to digest. None of the ingredients are processed or require cooking like poultry or bread. The body is just waking up, it reduces the stress on the digestive system.
Te fruits and smoothies have an added benefit of hydrating the body. Since there is waste from the day before, this light and easy to digest breakfast nourishes the body without adding waste.
My everyday go-to is instant plain oatmeal though. I can add flavour through jam, maple syrup, frozen berries or brown sugar. I don’t seem to get bored with it.
When I need something quick I’ll have a simple fruit salad, toast, cereal, porridge, yoghurt and oats.
When I have enough time I google healthy breakfast recipes.
At the end of the week treat yourself to pancakes or waffles.
If your worried about not getting enough vitamins then buy the tablets or gummies, I’ve heard that works.
Hope that helps.
My personal favorite, however, is a peanut butter and banana smoothie. I found the recipe on the website A Couple of Cooks, and I absolutely love it.
You could also make yogurt parfaits, overnight oats, berry smoothies, etc. There are plenty of recipes online for fast, healthy, and delicious breakfasts. All it takes is one google search.
I hope this was helpful!
You can make protein oats, protein pancakes, sandwiches, etc for breakfast
If you’re worried about your protein intake and if you think it’s excess you can also note protein amounts in each favorite food of yours and check how much of it you’d need a day for your body proportions then you can adjust your eating plan/habits.. Usually if you don’t have a kidney disease a high protein intake shouldn’t be a huge problem but you also have to consider the fact that in the foods we eat there are other nutrients as well, especially if you have a history ofcardiovascular diseases in your family or have underfunctioning thyroid or alterred blood lipid profile you should be monitoring your fat intake as well.
– butter on toast
– peanut butter with syrup and banana on toast
– overnight oats (look up recipes they’re actually really yummy)
2. Sometimes I make ramen noodle too, the organic-healthy one I can find in the nearest minimart.
3. Here in my country, Indonesia, normal to have a fried rice for breakfast so I sometimes makes one too.
4. You could also always have pasta and mashed potato.
5. Try to have omelette which you put champignon inside it
-oats with milk or vegetable milk if you're lactose-free, a green banana and your favourite fruits on top, a teaspoon of peanut butter if you are trying to build muscles
– chia pudding with fruits
– spinach with eggs and a bit of cheese (try emmentaller if you are lactose intolerant)
– rice cakes with peanut butter and a bit of maple syrup if you are craving sweets
– make your own smoothies, add spinach to your smoothies for iron
I ate different kinds of fruit whit some toast in the morning. Sometimes I also eat yogurt. I hope it kind of helps and answers your question:)
Or have cereal – but so it doesn’t get boring, try a new cereal every week or after you finish a box, try a different cereal
Imo you should switch towards oatmeal if you’re getting bored with eggs and toast. And by adding a seasonal fruit, you’ll never get bored.
Breakfast Taquitos – I like making these ahead to freeze and then pop in the air fryer for a few minutes in the morning. Good with guacamole! I usually include eggs, turkey sausage, hash browns, and green bell pepper inside. If you don’t want the tortillas you can throw the mix over some spring mix for breakfast taco salad!
Quiche or any kind of breakfast casserole.
Pancakes, fruit, and frozen whip cream on top!
Making yogurt parfait Is supper good and simple. Avocado toast is really delicious too! I think creativity with food is very essential to no get bored of breakfast so quickly but I hope this help as to getting some ideas
I do understand that little problem every morning on deciding what to have for breakfast. Some easy ideas i go for are milk and cereal, fruits, steamed broccoli (vegetables) and broccoli. You should try these too!
There’s soooo many options, and remember that you don’t have to stick to one type of breakfast your whole life!
A good rule of thumb is to just try and get lots of colors in your diet. Best of luck to you – and remember, variety is the spice of life!
With boiled eggs. Or just swap out the eggs with hummus, greek yogurt or peanut butter if you're tired of eggs
-Homemade smoothies! If you have a blender, put in about a cup of two different kinds off fruit, then add enough milk until it’s filled almost all the gaps in the fruit. You can also add a bit of greek yogurt to make it more creamy. I find this works best with one portion frozen fruit and one fresh fruit, because the frozen fruit makes the smoothie cold and the fresh fruit makes it easier to blend. My favourites to do are frozen blueberry and fresh mango or frozen blueberry and fresh banana! You can use whatever fruit combination you want though, it’s fun to play around! Although avoid apple. Tried it once and it was REALLY bad. I had to throw it out.
-Toast with nut butter and avocado! My friend introduced me to this one. It’s pretty good!
-Similar but kinda different: peanut butter and banana on toast! I had this as a kid and it was one of the only ways I’d eat peanut butter. I still like having this once in a while today!
-Shreddies (preferably the honey glazed kind if you want some added sweetness) with yogurt and fresh fruit. Same friend introduced me to this one, and it’s now one of my FAVORITES. I like to use strawberries with strawberry yogurt, but bananas or blueberries or peaches or really any fruit you want to try could be good too!
-An apple with some cheese and/or peanut butter. I usually use this as a snack, but it could work for breakfast, too! Might sound a bit strange, but I found it to actually be quite delightful.
-Those quick mix oatmeal packets, but buy extra quick oats and then use only part of the package with some plain oats. It prevents the overly sweet packets from rotting your teeth out, and from eating plain oats!
Since not all of these are high in protein, I’ll usually just add a spoonful of peanut butter or nut butter.
Additionally, remember you can pack snacks with you, like some fruit, or mixed nuts, or a granola or protein bar (I like crunchy granola bars!). I don’t like eating breakfast early in the morning, so usually I grab something small and then pack extra food to eat later.
Hope this helps! Good luck finding other breakfasts to fill that void!!
-Chia pudding with strawberries & peanut butter
-2 toasts: 1 with avocado & 1 with peanut butter & sliced bananas
-Oatmeal pancakes with strawberries & honey
-Smoothie bowls (my favorite is frozen banana, blueberries, strawberries & half avocado) with different toppings
On other days I eat a boiled egg and toast, I love making them into a sandwich, adding some cheese, slices of cucumber, tomato, and yellow pepper
And finally, sometimes I make healthy pancakes.
1) fruit salad 🥗
2) Fruit smoothie or juice 🧃
3) Greek yogurt with a handful of nuts , berries and a touch of honey ( honey optional )
The great thing about this process is you can tweak it to your preferences. You noted you’re worried about protein intake, so you can create the exact same smoothie but with less protein powder (or none at all!) and still get a smoothie with fruits, vegetables, healthy fats and carbs. The total caloric intake is small and it keeps me going for a few hours until lunch time. I feel light and usually pair it with a hot beverage like coffee or tea.
I find other breakfasts such as a yogurt bowl easy to do as well. A yogurt bowl could be an unsweetened yogurt, plus some peanut butter or other healthy fat nut butter, with granola and fruit. Takes roughly 1 minute to put together but again hits great macro nutrient targets for me.
If this sounds daunting, don’t fret! The only thing I recommend is a kitchen scale that you can weigh ingredient items. For example, you want one serving of frozen fruit in your smoothie which typically is around 140g. Having a kitchen scale means that you keep targeted amounts of food in your meal without overdoing any one item. Just put the blender container on the scale and start adding ingredients. Again, this is just my preference but it is an excellent way to get nutrients and healthy foods into your morning routine.
Also if you're worried about having to much protein, just add some other stuff to help balance it off. Stuff like fruits, nuts, and veggies can give a nice balance to your meal.
1 banana+(any berries I might have)
30g whey protein
2 glasses of water/milk
It is really tasty and easy to make and drink!
Oats,milk,nuts,dried berries, sliced banana,sliced apple,date&milk
Mix and nut butter (peanut butter)
You can try crunchy type by not adding milk
You can also use date and milk mixture as side drinks other than adding that in the Oatmeal
You won't needed to add all the ingredients
You can play with that
Selecting different 3 or 4
Daily and change the tastes daily and don't get boring
And eat also egg recipes 2 or 3
And so on…
Or protein pancakes I love them and I’ll make 2 slices sometimes 3 of turkey bacon or I’ll eat some fruit
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