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1, Dried fruits like raisin and date with roasted, unsalted nuts. 2,milk shake with fresh fruits 3,natural yoghurt with cereals
What’s you can do is eat a quick but good breakfast. In the weekends, when you have time, go to the grocery store and buy easy foods like fruits, granola bars, packed oatmeal, etc. then, put them in a bowl and put the bowl on you’re dining table. Each day, grab a food from the bowl and pack it in your bag. While waiting for you’re bus, or on your office table, take 5 to 10 minutes to eat your breakfast.
One option is to throw some nuts, dried berries or fresh fruit in a bowl of full fat Greek yogurt. Add some chia seeds for protein and agave or honey to sweeten. Another easy option is to prepare overnight oats the night before and you don’t have to prepare anything in the morning. I also like to use a muffin pan to bake mini “quiches” with scrambled eggs, cheese and veggies. Prepare these ahead of time and you have breakfast on the go for the whole week.
Sometimes just thinking ahead is all it takes. On an off day, you can prepare for the whole week, so when you only have 5 mins, you only have to enjoy the meal.
Muesli with yoghurt and berries or pieces of fruit, when I'm in a hurry, is my favorite choice for breakfast. Small cup of coffee followed by a large long glass of refreshing water, helps to make a great start to the day.
Most of the time, I’m late too, so I only have a few minutes to eat too. I like to eat some oatmeal, the kind where you only need to stir for like two minutes in hot water or milk. To make the process faster, you can have a flask with hot water ready. You can also eat some toast with an egg and some milk or tea as well as a fruit. Suitable fruits are oranges and bananas as they give you energy to start the day. Don’t forget, drink water too! It’s great to stay hydrated and start your day feeling fresh and relaxed.
Overnight oats with some seeds and freshly cut fruit. Yoghurt with fruit and seeds. Quick egg scramble with spinach. Rice cracker with peanut butter, seeds and banana on top.
You can make overnight things that are easy to-go breakfasts! You can make your own chia seed pudding, overnight oats, granola bars. And the best part is that you can customize it however you like!
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I'm crunched for time as well. I went to the store and bought eggs, slices of roasted chicken from the deli, and slices of good quality cheese for the whole week. I hardboiled all of my eggs and placed them in sandwich bags then stored them in the fridge. Now I just grab one and go. Easy!
Cereals with yogurt is a very good option. Also, I like to start my day with dates and almonds that I let soak in the water during night. Delicious!
Hard boiled eggs done up the night before. Whole grain toast with natural peanut butter. Fruit smoothies. Yogurt, granola, fruit and flax/hemp seeds. Low sugar or zero sugar bran muffin. Mueslix cereal with non-dairy milk. Protein bar and banana. Fruit salad sprinkled with nuts and seeds (can be made night before). Over night oats (also can be made night before).
I'd grab a banana for the road of make some peanut butter Leto bombs ahead of time and grab them each morning. If you don't have time in the morning prep in the evening if possible.
Fruit is a really quick and easy breakfast. A simple banana or apple slices and peanut butter can be a great way to start your day.
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