Other than that
Nutrition bars along with a bit of caffeine will help you kickstart your day
Croissant and pastries would also give you energy….I would recommend 2 of either would be enough
yogurt with fresh fruit. A smoothie bowl with oatmeal. Mirror egg with avocado on a toast. Don’t forget to hydrate! And most importantly, take your time to eat breakfast!
I also like to make a batch of spinach egg cups and keep them in the freezer to thaw as needed, with toast.
Protein shakes with bananas also are quick and portable
No berries. Fruit smoothy mixed with protein powder and water.
The first one is an egg with wholemeal or cereal rusks, a banana and a glass of fruit juice; the second one is a drink made of hot milk and barley, with honey and some rusks or rice crackers; the third one is a great glass of fruit juice with wholemeal or cereal rusks and a banana.
All them obviously after my daily glass of water.
A smoothie a great way to incorporate lots of fruits and veg to ur diet!
if you prefer something more sweet you can add a banana
i mean mash the banana and mix it in with the yogurt
So a healthy and quick breakfast option is banana, eggs,bread and milk or oats smoothie
Having these readily available will save time on making a complicated breakfast.
Nuts can even be had as a snack later in the day
Cottage cheese with toats
Oatmeal with fruits (my favourite option is banana, apple, cinnamon and a bit of cocoa opwder)
– fruits with nuts
– green smoothie
– salad with tuna/tofu
– kuskus with vegetables and tofu
– Chía pudding
– French toast
– oatmeal pancakes
– sandwich (tuna/avocado/salmon)
sorry if I said something wrong but english is not my first language
Start your day with whatever you feel like I think that is step one. Just listen to your body.
Large glass of water with Trader Joe’s aloe mixed in.
-Butter a tortilla in a pan on a low heat till slightly brown and then set aside.
-make an egg any way you like in the same pan and add on top of the tortilla.
– top with you fav toppings! I like to do cilantro and shreds cheddar. Fold up the tortilla and put it in the fridge for the morning 👍🏼
Take some individual sized pre packaged guacamole and some salsa and voila!
Bread and butter
Bread and egg
Any of these comes in handy depending on how quick I want to have my breakfast
Or just a healthy wrap doesn't take much time I put beans, cheese, and left over meat if I have any
And if you have a little more time you can make a guacamole and add it in the wrap
Hope this helps 🙂
Crush avocados with a fork, mix with lemons, salt&pepper, and extra virgin olive oil.
Make the toast crunchy by heating it in a pan and add some olive oil on the toast before putting the avocados on top
U can add creamycheese on the toast, then avocados spread, then sunny side eggs on top and some tomatoes only if you have more time. Enjoy!
Overnight soaked oats cooked with onion, bell peppers and healthy spices. It's quick and healthy, very filling.
Sauteed Mushrooms, Onions, 2 runny fried eggs, & some kimchi. If you have time, add some sweet potato or rice for a carb. Add green onion and sesame seeds on top to feel fancier. To make this one quicker, chop your veggies (& potato) the night before.
PB Banana Pancakes are also a good option! Blend some banana, peanut butter, and your milk of choice. Add your flour of choice, and fry into pancakes. Have it with a portion of yogurt, adding honey, chia seeds, and fruit for some healthy protein and sugar. To make this quicker, a big batch of the batter sans flour can be and stored in the fridge for up to a week. Take as much batter as needed, add your flour, and you're ready to make pancakes. If your fruit for your yogurt requires cutting, cut that the night before.
Another option is 2 pieces of Reid bread with eggs on them. 🍳
The third option could simply just be some bread with cheese on and then drink some orange juice beside it. 🍊
Weetabix, or any wholegrain, low sugar cereal, sometimes topped with either half a banana, or a spoonful of raisins/sultanas and/or chopped nuts.
For cold mornings – porridge made the night before can be stored in the fridge and heated for 2 minutes in the microwave. Optionally, top with a spoon of honey or a light sprinkle of brown sugar.
Plain yoghurt with any fruit – pear, banana, plum or strawberries and topped with a shake of cinnamon.
2 slices of brown soda bread topped with peanut butter and sliced banana.
A banana with a spoon of peanut butter or with an apple🍎
Or a protein bar, but make sure it's a healthy protein and not one with added sugars and all that junk