Another item for breakfast is an omelet because you can put spinach and bell peppers in it, which have good vitamins. Having veggies in an omelet, helps increase your intake of vegetables.
Once that’s done, each morning cut up a banana, scoop some peanut butter, a little milk of your choice and microwave it for about 30 seconds.
You can also add frozen berries and a little honey.
Another cool thing is you can put a mix together in a small Tupperware container and leave it in the fridge overnight. Makes it a good overnight thing you can take to work without thinking about where breaky will come from.
If you don’t like banana, you can stew chopped up apples in a microwave for about 3 minutes with a little splash of water and cinnamon.
Hope that helps 🙂
2) Hard boiled eggs (turkey slices optional)
3) avocado toast with olive oil, paprika, garlic salt & pepper (sriracha optional)
These are my favorites 🙂
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