In the morning you need to eat proteins and to avoid any type of high sugar food because they will low your energy while proteins will get rid of the hunger and keep you active
Overnight oats are my favorite. 1/2 a cup of oatmeal and 1/4 teaspoons of pumpkin spice or cinnamon. You can add some sugar with peanut butter and jelly. I also like to add cocoa powder with raspberry’s. You put in a 1/2 of your favorite milk and put it in the fridge and it’s ready in the morning.
I usually make something small and quick since I have school in the morning. As well as drinking water after I wake up, things such as making myself bowl of hot oatmeal and a boiled egg will keep me going for the day.
I like to cut up an apple and put it in the fridge overnight. In the morning, I'll have that with some peanut butter, and the fabulous app talks about the benefits of small amounts of chocolate, so you could even include some dark chocolate chips!
- Yes. As Indians and, particularly, as South Indians we’ve been raised to begin our day with food like idli, dosa, rice based foodstuff, roti and pulses, potatoes etc. But, those recipes are a lot of work and need prior prep. Also, they seem like they’re full of carbohydrates ( some good protein too, I agree). What breakfast ideas can I incorporate into my schedule if I have about 15 to 20 mins of prep time on my hands every morning?
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