What are some easy and quick breakfast ideas for people who are in a hurry and have no time?

Jerry E.
I drink the cafe mocha Soylent and despite what a lot of people have to say about it, I think it's pretty great and super convenient.
Derrick E.
Usually I just have some Weetbix with some Hard Boiled Eggs, made the day before, and a glass on Orange juice on the side
Mohammad O.
Smoothies. On Sunday assemble the ingredients in individual sandwich bags for each day of the week. In the morning dump the contents of the baggie, some almond milk and a scoop of protein powder into the blender and voila. Breakfast in under 5 minutes. I got a magic bullet blender with multiple cups for a decent price ($35 i think).
Eliane Q.
Natural honey oat bars are great in a rush. If you have a morning college class, bring one if you’re allowed to eat! They’re super healthy & good for your body.
Marius Y.
I really enjoy having a Greek yogurt or a couple boiled eggs in the morning. Both options provide a lot of protein and a healthful start.
Kathleen R.
You could make oatmeal in the slow cooker overnight then just add cream or milk and brown sugar or sugar substitute and enjoy.
Krin X.
I enjoy having eggs in the morning so that I don't get hungry before lunch. I rather cook them right before eating them but if I know I won't have time I prepare them the previous evening while cooking my dinner.
Eggs + coffee and you're good to go!
Victoria C.
Making breakfast the night before is the best strategy to save time in the morning. For a hardy breakfast, I like to boil chopped potatoes the night before and put them in the oven with spices when I wake up for some healthy, oil-free hash browns.
Allison P.
Hard-boiled eggs, a bunch cooked all at once when you have time, or, if in your budget you can buy hard-boiled eggs in a bag or in 2-packs at a warehouse store (Sam’s, Costco, etc.).
Toast with peanut butter.
A protein bar with at least 15 grams of protein.
Ruby W.
There are tons of videos on YouTube for food inspiration! I’ve tried some and my favorite is a blueberry oat muffin! 30 seconds in the microwave and you’re good to go!
Kleianne P.
I've been eating hand fruits with a handful of nuts. Instead of keeping them in the kitchen, where I never go in the morning, I keep them near where I get ready in the morning. So when I have a second I can chomp down on a mouthful of unsalted and unsweetened nuts and finish a piece of fruit. I've never been a person who eats breakfast and I'm noticing a huge difference by adding this simple step to my morning routine.
Ryan Z.
Plan ahead. Whatever you want to eat the next morning, get everything ready or make the night before. This way, when you wake up, everything is ready to go and you can finish quickly. Hope this helps 🙂
Emma C.
You could prepare a healthy breakfast the night before, for example, separate some granola and fruit and yoghurt and leave it in the fridge and then it takes two minutes in the morning. You could also make your own breakfast bars in bulk and grab one of them every morning on your way out the door or have a classic like toast
Herbert F.
A couple of hard boiled eggs and a piece of fruit. Smoothie (prep fruit etc in advance and pop in a bag in the freezer so all you have to add is whatever liquid you are using). Rolled oats with honey and flax seeds added to them then walnuts, Apple and banana on top.