Overnight oats or overnight french toast/casserole. Homemade instant oats that you just add water or milk to. Fruit and yogurt parfait that you just add granola to. Leftover pancakes or waffles that you toast or microwave.
Honestly no idea? I stick to easy, quick to make breakfast foods such as muesli with milk or the fabled microwave scrambled eggs and occasionally when I'm feeling fancy a basic ham and cheese omelet works a treat
I love make ahead breakfasts, I love to make muffins, pop them in the freezer and take one when you feel like it. Also I love making omelet bites, yogurt parfaits with fruits and granola.
Sweet potato, corn and egg fritters.
Fry some Haloumi cheese
Fibd a protein powder that doesnt have additives that you like and buy blueberries for a smoothie
Avocado on toast
Anything with eggs is a good choice
Make a list of healthy breakfast items to bye or even after plan ehat your'e gonna eat for breakfast.If its quick i sugessted eating apple or banana but nuts,peanuts,milk,protein bars and eggs are the main thing but if your allergic to eggs milk and peanuts then eat a fruit salad or just fruits
.y favourite is a a frozen smoothie bag. I put spinach, berries, banana and mango in a reusable ziplock bags and then pull one out in the morning and tip into my nutribullet. I add 1 tbs ground flaxseed and water then blend it up. I make 3 or 4 for the week and then make oats for breakfast on the days I have more time.
cornflakes, milk, eggs, bake beans, ommlet, potatoes, sweet potatoes, boga cream, sweet potatos cream
Beans with hash brown
Yoghurt with muesli
Beans with hash brown
Yoghurt with muesli
My go to for make ahead breakfast are egg cups. Basically spray a muffin tin with non-stick and add egg, meat, veggies, cheese, whatever you want! When you're done you can refrigerate the ones you aren't eating and hear them up another day.
Some ideas for make ahead breakfasts are breakfast muffins, breakfast bars or biscuits, muesli bars, overnight oats, and fruit salad.
There is some really good acai bowl packets that require a half cup of fruit, a half cup of banana, and a blender. There delicious and tasty! I also reccomend fruit salad with granola and cashew yogurt. I'm a pescatarian so that tastes really good and is super healthy. I just reccomend to not eat any un natural sugars in the morning. Also, try not to drink a lot of caffeine
If you have any fruits at home, you can always cut them up first thing in the morning for breakfast. Simple, yet valuable nutritionally.
You can make ahead muffins filled with fruit and nuts, make a quiche for the week, or toss overnight oats in the fridge for the next couple of days.
Try to include your favorite foods, apples, blueberries, and some other enjoyable foods. When you make your first meal of the day, don't try and make yourself eat foods you don't like, ease into it first and maybe add a few vegetables on the second or third day.
I'm trying smoothies – putting everything in a cup the night before and adding last minute items (frozen fruit, milk, bananas etc) in the morning before mixing. It's new for me too but seems easy and fun to think of what to put in the night before.
Pancakes are always a great time. I mean, make something you'll wake up and be like "Woah man, I want to eat this". Healthy doesn't necessarily mean unappealing, ya know? Pancakes, bacon, even just something as simple as cutting up some fruit and putting it in the fridge the night before is a good thing. Hope I could be of some help. Love ya.
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