I also recently think burger might be a great breakfast. (it has more vegetable compared to traidtional english breakfast, which is OK good~)
The easiest and maybe the most realistic one is omel/cereal + bowling egg.
Avocado and marmite on toast
Cooked tomatoes on toast
Peanut butter and banana on toast
Granola with berries or banana, seeds and coconut milk
Banana breakfast muffins (homemade and healthy) great for on the go and quick it made before. They keep for 2 weeks in the fridge.
• EGGS (which is rich in protein) You can cook it in scrambled, sunny side up, omelette.. You name it!
• FRUITS (Banana, apple and avocado can boost one's energy.)
• and OATMEALS!
Whole-milk Greek yogurt with nuts and berries.
Nature Valley protein bars.
-Throw a sliced pablano in the skillet for a bit. Wrap it in a warmed corn tortilla with some cheese.
Real French bread French toast. Use a bit of olive oil and almond milk in batter. Top with butter and thawed frozen strawberries for a nice treat.
If you have a good blender, make a smoothie with yogurt, greens, beet powder, berry-flavored green powder, berries, banana, apple, carrot, whatever. Do it beforehand, so you can grab a fortifying, tasty to-go meal that will keep you satisfied.
Also another way to go about it, is by not limiting yourself to just "breakfast foods". Not everyone likes breakfast foods so this causes some people to skip breakfast all together. If you are not a breakfast food kind of person, just think of a good meal you like that is healthy and balanced and just eat it for breakfast!
1. A banana and peanut butter wrapped in a toasted Ole 50 calorie healthy wheat tortilla.
2. Oatmeal with a couple drops of vanilla and fresh fruit.
3. Saute fresh veggies (peppers, onions, mushrooms, etc) and scramble with eggs. This is kind of like a veggie omelette.
Yogurt is always good. The best yogurt for your microbiome is homemade (or plain Greek) with honey mixed in.
Overnight soaked oatmeal is delicious with raisins, currants, craisins, whatever you prefer, plus nuts.
Scrambled eggs with goat cheese and sun dried tomatoes or fresh tomatoes with shredded basil or chives on top. (Easier than omelette)
Omelette if you're good cook.
Any scrambled eggs.
Bacon. Can microwave in paper towels.
Frittata with leftover veggies, either raw or cooked
NY Times More veggie than egg frittata
Toast spread with goat cheese drizzled with olive oil with slice of prosciutto spread on top. Garnish of basil leaves optional
If not too rich, Ina Garten baked Brie spread with honey eaten on warmed sliced baguette or toast.
Soft boiled eggs. Boil water. Add eggs directly from fridge set timer 10 minutes. Ready a bowl of ice water. When 10 minutes ladle out eggs with slotted spoon into ice water. Wait another 10 minutes. Easy to peel and perfectly cooked.
British toast soldiers with eggs and ham.
Muffins (with boiled egg)
Savory scone from bakery. Mine has cheddar, chive, bacon scones.
Breakfast place: sausage gravy and buttermilk biscuits
Eggs poached, scrambled, omelette, over easy, sunny side up, etc.
Quail eggs or duck eggs
Ham or bacon, melted cheddar or American cheese, egg sunny side up on bun. (Served in New York City delis)
If you're ok with flavor milled flaxseed in/on any of this is very good for you. Cardio and brain benefits, says my dietician (I had TBIs.)
List is endless. Hope this helps!
1/2 cup steel cut oats
1/4 cup organic no-sugar coconut flakes
1 tbsp of crushed pecans
1tbsp mixed (chia, flax, hemp seeds)
1tbsp raw unfiltered honey
1/4 tbsp Saigon cinnamon
* mix together and pour as much hot water in as needed for desired thickness, stir until mixed into a thick goopy consistency
- 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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- Whether it’s good to eat rice in the morning?
- What’s so great about breakfast?
- Can I eat bacon everyday?
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- Is coffee healthy?
- Would you eat rice as a breakfast?
- What are some great easy breakfasts for those of us with a very limited budget?
- What are quick breakfast options that will fill me up?