What are some yummy and healthy breakfast meals that don’t include eggs?

Edward Mason
Porridge with cinnamon maple syrup and Apple. Also a lot of other variations of fruit with porridge is nice. Or granola and yogurt or just plain fruit

Esmirna Oliveira
Canned smoked herring. I swear by it, best and easiest breakfast ever

Karl Clarke
Vegetable smoothies
Seed bars
Celery and almond paste
Avocado and garlic spread
Cold salmon and vegetables
Leftover chicken or steak

Jeffery Wood
Overnight oats! 🙂 and if you’re vegan you can make them with plant milk, such as coconut or almond. Oats give you a slow release of energy to set you up for the whole morning. Add some fruit and nuts for added vitamins and protein!

Fiona Gonçalves
A yummy meal that doent include eggs cqn be bacon or, a healthy sandwich, lowfat yorgurt with fruit and granola, a handful of different nuts, vegtables, fruit, and oatmeal.

Mary Gardner
I usually eat bacon, yogurt, cereal, or oatmeal and I personally think those are all good options. However, I am a very picky eater so those are some of the few things I will eat.

Tim Ross
Plain Greek Yogurt with oats, cinnamon, dried apricots, raisins, cranberries, almonds, walnuts and honey!

Birgitta Schlesinger
One option that I really like for breakfast would be oatmeal with berries or fruits and additionally some nuts or a bit of chocolate crumble on top. Any fruits would do.

Another option is Greek yoghurt with same toppings of fruits, nuts and berries.

Loretta Peters
I have been LOVING avocado toast. I eat it on whole wheat bread and it is amazing. I like to keep it super simple with seasonings- just salt and pepper (and paprika if I’m feeling spontaneous). It’s so simple and cheap to make. Not to mention it’s extremely healthy and so delicious.

Cameron Johnson
Non-instant steel ground oats or mixed grain cereal. Takes only 5 minutes to cook in microwave then add a handful of nuts and seeds for protein and crunch and a big handful of fresh berries. If using dried unsweetened berries, you can cook nuts, oatmeal, and dried fruit to cook altogether.

Lola Bailey
I like smoothies; start with a liquid base (water, milk or yogurt) add a green, like spinach or kale and then add any fruits you want. I always add some extras to add protein and fiber. My go-to smoothie is as follows:
1 cup silk soy milk
Juice from 1 orange (fresh)
1 cup spinach
1/2 ripe banana
2 cups frozen strawberries
1 tbsp flax seed (fiber)
1 tbsp chia seeds (protein)
Add ingredients in the order listed and blend:)
More non-egg breakfasts are: 1. yogurt with fruit and granola or museli (opt for low-sugar, high-protein yogurt) 2. Toast or oatmeal/whole grain waffles with peanut butter and berries 3. Homemade healthy muffins 4. Oatmeal. 5. Fruit, fruit and more fruit 🙂

Sadrudine Souza
Plain yogurt with homemade granola. Mix 2 cups oats with your choice of dried fruits, nuts, spices, or other toppings. Heat 2-3 tablespoons each of oil and honey (or maple syrup) in a pot on the stove until it starts to bubble. Coat the oats with this heated mixture and bake on a tray in oven at 350 F for 5-10 minutes. This makes about a week's worth of granola for one person.

Calisto Da mota
Sometimes I eat oatmeal. You can put into it some fruits too.

Judith Sanchez
Oat meal and yogurt. For a dairy free option leftover beans on toast. Maybe penut butter and banana on toast plus cinamon and honney.

Paul Walters
Something high in protien, like a shake. If you're low on ingredients then you can always replace the morning meal with milk and protien powder

Olivia Madsen
Overnight oats. 1/2 cup each: uncooked oats, milk, plain Greek yogurt, frozen fruit. Leave in the fridge overnight, stir and eat in the morning. You can get creative by using different frozen fruits, adding nuts, peanut butter, etc

Silke Johansen
I eat fresh fruit, like bananas and apples. I also enjoy yogurt or healthier cereal like Cheerios.

Gonçala Aragão
Porridge made with plant milk is a great alternative breakfast in winter. I top mine with cinnamon and unsweetened stewed apple.