What are some quick breakfast options that can be prepared the night before? I dislike packaged cereal bars!

L Gia Y.
Sprouted grain toast and avacado. Is quick and easy. Sometimes I sprinkel oregano on it. I have also made an eggwhite casserole with roasted veggies for the work week. I warm it up and I place it on top of toast.

Margaux O.
Overnight oats! I’ve also had some success making sandwiches or burritos for the freezer, you can pop those bad boys in the microwave and head out.

Debra Z.
Make a toast bread, you need two sandwich bread,you need a toasting maschine,put one bread in it and add your ingredients in it and put the other bread on top and close your maschine very tight and wait for it till it's done then its ready,do it the day after, then in the morning you put it microwave for one or two minutes and you are good to go

Maria U.
I usually make overnight oats. You get some rolled oats, add any toppings or you liking, maybe some protein powder, mix some milk or milk substitute in it and put it in the fridge for the night.

Nikki A.
I put peanut butter into little cups and cut apples but keep them on the core. They brown a little but they stay crunchy! Then I have string cheese ready to grab (I love cheese) and I have hard-boiled eggs ready to go with salt and pepper packets (usually found at super market or a restaurant supply store). Hope this gives you some ideas!

Frances J.
Overnight oats. Put half a cup of oats, a cup of almond milk, a heaped teaspoon of peanut butter, and a banana and mix it up. Shove it in the fridge and you’re ready to go in to morning. Change it up by adding in a bit of yoghurt to make it creamier, or adding in some dark chocolate chips for a treat. Can also add protein powder to help keep you full for longer.
A great alternative to banana and peanut butter is grated apple, almond butter and cinnamon. It’s like eating dessert for breakfast, but is really healthy!

Sally U.
cottage cheese and fruit are good, as is plain greek yougurt and fruit. im struggling with protein rich food that is relatively lowfat and fast, and cottage cheese fits. in a pinch, i can also do a protein shake..

Hollie Q.
I really like peanut butter and fruit ot meat. Sometimes I like to add a little cheese. I'm trying to stay away from carbs and sugar. I need to lose some weight.

Amy T.
1.Smoothie – All you need is to cut the fruits like banana, mango, strawberry or anything that you like and store it in the freezer the night before. When you wake up take it out from the freezer and bend it together in a blender to a perfect smooth smoothie.
2.Pancakes batter- If you want a wholegrain multiple breakfast then go for pancakes in the morning. Prepare the batter the night before and store in the fridge. And in the morning take it out and pour it on the pan and it is ready in a min.
3.Homemake fruit and nut muffins – Just make it all in once and store it a proper container for later use. Grab 2 muffins and eat it on your way

Kayla U.
Over night oats, hard boiled eggs, fruit. Buying egg “scrambles” or egg whites can make it easy to throw in the pan and quickly prepare in the morning. I also like protein shakes. Or if you wanted to get really creative try making 5-10 breakfast sandwiches, and freeze them. Everyday all you will have to do is take one and pop it in the microwave. Hope this is helpful!

Shay X.
You could hard boil an egg, or cut up your smoothie ingredients to freeze so theyre ready to be blended in the morning. Or you could make some protein-packed breakfast muffins to help get you through the whole week!

Akhila Z.
You can eat something like oats or overnight soaked sprouts, almonds,nuts,and some type of seeds like pumpkin seeds etc..but from all of them the sprouts will be the best choice as a great breakfast even it may taste a little weird for first time, as you get used it…it will be good

Herminia P.
Overnight oats. Take some oatmeal, chai seeds, some form of nut butter, a little bit of protein (less than a serving, it's more for flavor and texture), fruit, nuts or seeds, you can add honey, omega oils, really anything you'd add to oatmeal or yogurt. Then add enough yogurt or milk to saturate the oats and let it sit in your fridge over night. It's easy, and is vegan or gluten free if you use milk alternatives and GF oats if thats apart of your diet.

Stephanie J.
Overnight Oats can be made the night before and are very healthy. All you need to do is put rolled oats, milk, vanilla and a small amount of yogurt in a jar and put them in the fridge for 2 hours or usually OVERNIGHT. Then the next morning grab a spoon and top the oats with fruit, nuts, honey or anything your want!

Suzy E.
Fruit that can be grabbed on the go – apples, bananas, berries. Nuts, low sugar proteing bars, can also cook a large batch of eggs and reheat. Low sugar yogurt or cottage cheese with a fruit.

Ren O.
I find that a low fat Greek yogurt and a piece of fruit give me a boost of lasting energy in the morning. You can also do things like omelet muffins the night before. You can pop them in the microwave for a quick hot meal.