What are healthy breakfast options that don’t include eggs?

C Ntia S.
I really enjoy eating oatmeal! Oatmeal just sounds plain but it is really good and really good for you! I also enjoy having a smoothie as well!

Andre J.
Slow sugars (complex carbohydrates), protein, water (or theine free tea), vitamins and unsaturated fat. I eat yoghurt or skyr with some (no sugar or crunch!) muesli, nuts (cashew, almonds, peanuts, hazelnut, pecan) and fruit (apple, orange, pear). Mix it all together and its delicious, filling and healthy! Or have warm (soy)-milk, oatmeal, some cinnamon, apple, nuts and raisins

Melinda Y.
Sometimes I eat yoghurt with granola, fruit(mostly berries) and honey. I started making the granola myself most of the time. It has coconut oil, honey, almonds, pecans, oats, flax and chia seeds. Other times I make a big smoothie with milk or soy milk, almonds, one or two bananas, oats, and whatever I feel like- more fruit or nuts.

Tatiana T.
Oatmeal is a great healthy go to option for breakfast. It gives you energy for your morning and feeds your brain! Fruit is also good, like a banana or apple and some milk with coffee.

Jussara Q.
I really enjoy eating oatmeal! Oatmeal just sounds plain but it is really good and really good for you! I also enjoy having a smoothie as well!

Ezio O.
Slow sugars (complex carbohydrates), protein, water (or theine free tea), vitamins and unsaturated fat. I eat yoghurt or skyr with some (no sugar or crunch!) muesli, nuts (cashew, almonds, peanuts, hazelnut, pecan) and fruit (apple, orange, pear). Mix it all together and its delicious, filling and healthy! Or have warm (soy)-milk, oatmeal, some cinnamon, apple, nuts and raisins

Victoire S.
A fruit smoothie and another source of protein (as in not eggs). This morning I had Irish rashers (protein and fat) with a carrot, walnut, mango smoothie. Light on the rashers though!

Nilo P.
Slow sugars (complex carbohydrates), protein, water (or theine free tea), vitamins and unsaturated fat. I eat yoghurt or skyr with some (no sugar or crunch!) muesli, nuts (cashew, almonds, peanuts, hazelnut, pecan) and fruit (apple, orange, pear). Mix it all together and its delicious, filling and healthy! Or have warm (soy)-milk, oatmeal, some cinnamon, apple, nuts and raisins

Anton E.
I really enjoy eating oatmeal! Oatmeal just sounds plain but it is really good and really good for you! I also enjoy having a smoothie as well!

Marion T.
Slow sugars (complex carbohydrates), protein, water (or theine free tea), vitamins and unsaturated fat. I eat yoghurt or skyr with some (no sugar or crunch!) muesli, nuts (cashew, almonds, peanuts, hazelnut, pecan) and fruit (apple, orange, pear). Mix it all together and its delicious, filling and healthy! Or have warm (soy)-milk, oatmeal, some cinnamon, apple, nuts and raisins

Manuel O.
I couldn't type in the answer 1. Oatmeal is what the oldest family in the world eats daily. I used to eat oatmeal but have switched to rice farina because it doesn't sit as heavy in my stomach. I add Ceylon cinnamon forits anti-inflammatory and antioxidants. For me it's all about improving digestion and health so adding turmeric ginger, and black pepper to each meal really helps me to digest and reduce inflammation. Another thing to add is chia seeds for their anti inflammatory and helping me stay Fuller longer. Just every ingredient added to breakfast cereals can have added health benefits.

Sandra Y.
4 whole Melba toast with marmelade + 1 cup of coffee
Or
2 whole Melba toast with marmalade + 2 walnut
Or
1 cup of fruits + 2 spoon of cereals + 1 yogurt

Travis U.
I really enjoy eating oatmeal! Oatmeal just sounds plain but it is really good and really good for you! I also enjoy having a smoothie as well!

Cust Dia Q.
“Healthy” depends on the rest of your diet, and what’s right for your body. Some filling non-egg options I like are:
-Oatmeal with fruit, or Greek yogurt with fruit (I often use frozen berry mix, thawed overnight in the fridge).
-English muffin with mashed avocado (and a sprinkle of kosher salt…add some pepper, paprika, cayenne, or other spices to change it up)
-Leftovers! You don’t have to eat only “breakfast foods” at breakfast time.
Good luck on your journey!