What are some things you eat in the morning for your healthy breakfast?

Joel O.
Fruit and peanut butter. Although I think any nut butter will do. I don’t like the thought of eating eggs but if peanut butter is not handy, boiled eggs would be my preference. I would eat oatmeal with fruit and brown sugar. Grits, maybe. Coffee with raw sugar.

Dagmar Z.
Day 1 – Thick chickpeas curry on a slice of toasted bread, drizzled with thousand Island sauce and garnished with chopped basil leaves. Half a pear, and a cup of coffee.
Day 2 – toasted bread, marmalade, a slice of muskmelon, dried fruits (apricots, fig, cranberries), and a cup of coffee.

Maya O.
I either have thin bagels toasted or I have high bran cereal with almond milk, protein powder and fruit. Small glass of orange juice and redbush tea.

Sophia Y.
In the morning I try to eat what ever I crave because it’s the only meal I feel like I shouldn’t hold my self back from .. so I would be like eggs or French toast with some banana and strawberry smoothie .

Katherine A.
I prefer to make scrambled eggs in the morning with the hash towns and toast. If I’m pressed for time, I’ll take a yogurt and a banana with some coffee instead.

Cecely I.
I like to keep my breakfast light so I don't feel weighed down, so usually it's something like toast and fruit, yogurt and toast, smoothie and toast or bagel, bagel and fruit, cereal and fruit, e.t.c. Sometimes I do oatmeal, too. I always have water and my daily vitamins: a multi vitamin, omega 369, & vitamin D. I like to have a mug of tea also– usually cold sweet tea that has a little caffeine as I don't like coffee.

Auguste T.
I make a smoothie with the Nutribullet with banana, blueberries, 1date, oats, spirulina, wheatgrass powder and filtered water + kokos milk
Or kokos yoghurt with cereals/ oats + fruits (all bio)

Ana J.
Vanilla Green Tea Frappe or ABC juice. I am not a morning person so I choose to make a smoothie in the morning with protein powder

Amaury O.
I am focusing on portion control so I haven’t changed what I eat a whole lot just how much. Sometimes I have cereal, oatmeal, a breakfast sandwich my husband makes with egg sausage and cheese or on rare occasions some leftovers from the night before.

Jeri Z.
Steel cut oats with fruit. Avocado toast with sliced hard boiled eggs, tomato, and arugula. Banana quinoa muffins with dark chocolate chunks (blueberry would be good, too). Greek yogurt. Those are some things I've had in the past couple of weeks. Oatmeal is my default, but I've been trying to switch things up a bit!

Savita C.
Oatmeal and coffee with silk creamer.
Unfortunately IF doesn't allow for regular breakfast. I do only do it when I go to work because its easier to fast at work. Maybe a regular healthy breakfast when I'm off will help me snacking throughout the day..?

Nada Z.
After I wake up i drink a cup of water then I take one small teaspoon of honey then I eat usually boiled eggs, cheese and some vegetables like tomatoes, cucumbers and green pepper . Other days, I eat whole wheat grains with milk and some fruits like apples and bananas.

Lenny O.
I start with a glass of warm water with a bit of lemon in it while I make my breakfast. My breakfast usually consists of mostly veggies and protein such as veggie omelettes. Sometimes I mix it up with grains and fruits like oatmeal and berries.

Linda A.
Yogurt with granola and blueberries is a perennial favorite. When our family is food prepping, I will also prep refrigerator oatmeal.

Giulia N.
Overnight oats in oat milk with blueberries, chia seeds, mix of seeds and a tea spoon of honey. In winter I eat porridge with the same ingredients.
Poached eggs with cucumber and oat cakes, or eggs with avocado on toast.

Danielle B.
For breakfast I eat eggs, sometimes with toast sometimes with veggies. I also eat honey nut cheerios. During the summer I also add fruit into the mix with tea or sometimes coffee.

Albina F.
I like to make a large batch of tea eggs for a quick breakfast. I also followed the advice in the app and have a blend of nuts and dried fruits in a jar on the table. When we have a little more time, we make fancy scrambled eggs or have yogurt with honey, jam, or fixings. And there is a readily available supply of apples and bananas.