What are the 3 or 4 best breakfasts.to rotate through?

Alex N.
I normally go for an omelette, or avocado on toast, or cereal and fruit with non-dairy milk, or ham and cheese sandwich with a handful of olives
Tonijea N.
I find boiled eggs, oatmeal, apples with peanut butter, and nuts are a good quick variety of things that work well for me to rotate through
Lauren O.
Bacon and eggs with fresh fruit, making overnight oats are great and customizable so you can try them a few different ways, bagels and bagel sandwiches are great to eat on the go and versatile as well. I like to make pancakes and sausage links to wrap up and eat on the go as well, with yogurt and a banana. Smoothies are great if you’re doing meal replacements or fasting.
Grainne O.
Mash a banana (even black ones) with one egg to make a pancake. Tasty and warm. You can add cinnamon etc if you really must. It’s lovely too with fresh fruit
Josip E.
For me, I find yogurt, granola, fruits such as bananas or blueberries, milk, oats, protein powder, and eggs to be my go-to's. Although it's mostly down to personal preference. If you find something healthy that you like, or even something not super healthy that's healthier than what you usually eat, start with that. Small victories are important, so don't strive for the best right away, just strive for better than you used to be.
Meg N.
1. Scrambled eggs wrapped in a tortilla. You can make it more healthy by adding veggies spinach (raw or sautéed), peppers, onions, tomatoes, and/or salsa. 2. Oatmeal with fruit (berries are good but have fun trying different fruit like pears and apples) and nuts and a little honey if you’re craving something sweet. 3. Egg salad is good because you can make a batch of it and eat it a few times a week. You can add whatever you like to it. I add a little mustard, mayonnaise, celery, carrots, and chopped olives. I also use seasoned salt instead of regular salt. Put it on toast or in a wrap and top with raw spinach. I hope this helps! Good luck 🍀♥️
Daisy A.
personally i have the same breakfast every day but if you want to change it up here are some recommendations:
avocado on toast
weetabix with oat milk
oatmeal and yoghurt
and all of these i would have with a banana or apple!
Tomothy Q.
Well, me at least, I drink fresh pressed juice for vitamins and minerals and eat grain porridge for carbs and proteins and both have fibers, or some yoghurt or nut based smoothie. So I guess it is about selecting grains for a week, like oatmeal, bulgur, rye, buckweat, corn, or any other, or add a boiled egg instad of a porridge for one day, then juices with apples, oranges, beets, carrots, cale, spinach, or youghurt smoothie with banana, blueberries and oats, strawberries, I mean I guess as long as it is not just eggs and bacon all the time it is good
Nicole J.
I enjoy eating oatmeal or egg-based dishes. Potatoes are a surprisingly good choice as well as they keep me full. For the past few weeks however I would just drink a protein shake for breakfast and my first "real" meal would be lunch around 11:30-12:00.
Brittany Y.
Bag up healthy snacks, prep breakfast before bed to heat quick in the morning or choice a a place to buy from that's health benefit for you.
Philomena O.
Depending on your time. I usually do not give myself a lot of time so I have gone straight to oatmeal and hard boiled eggs. However in the past:
1. English muffin with scramble eggs and pieace of cheese.
2. Homemade breakfast burrito. (Sramble eggs, chopped onion, chopped sweet peppers) on a whole wheat tortilla.
3. Avacado on toast witha Sunnyside up egg on it.

Those are about the obly ones I rotate through. But egga are a must in my breakfast.

Emlyn P.
I rotate between sourdough avocado toast, Greek yogurt with fruit (pre blended or add my own), whole wheat multigrain toast with a fried egg on top, banana with peanut butter, and "ants on a log" (celery with peanut butter and raisins).
Tracey F.
I always drink hot honey and lemon water in the morning, a probiotic drink and then vary my breakfast between porridge, probiotic yoghurt and fresh fruit.
Clayton F.
I normally aim for meals that will be high in protein and low in carbs and sugar. Eggs (scrambled,boiled, poached, Dropped) veggies and fruits shake with protein powder, protein shakes, oatmeal with granola, nuts & fruits for toppings.
Cynthia F.
At home, we rotate between bacon and eggs with toast and avocado, a bowl of cereal, yogurt and granola, and banana read/orange cake during the week. On the weekend, we'll have French toast or pancakes.
Hans T.
Eggs with veggies like tomato, avocado, sprouts on a slice of whole grain sourdough; lowfat greek yoghurt with oat cereal and fresh fruits; smoothie with coconut water, frozen fruits of choice, avocado, cinnamon and a a scoop of hemp seeds and flax seeds; banana whole grain pancakes with turkey bacon; green apple with nut butter and chia seeds
Eve J.
Honestly, I do a lot of avo and fried egg on sourdough toast or English muffin, a smoothie with pineapple, blueberries, ginger, and banana, or just a boring old croissant. I'm not really on a diet 🙈
Mc Kinley O.
I like to rotate through eggs, avocado toast, oatmeal with zucchini and quinoa, and greek yogurt with pumpkin seeds and fruit. The best thing to have is protein
Bill U.
Fried or scrambled eggs with some bread, a sandwich (whatever you like in it as long as its healthy), boiled eggs with a cucumber or a tomato and buttered toast.
Marian O.
The best breakfasts to rotate through are fast versus long ones in terms of prep time. On workdays, I make it easy and grab a yogurt and a fruit (a banana, apple, orange, etc.). This way I get protein as well as some natural sugars. When I have more time to make breakfast, such as on the weekends, I make eggs. Scrambled, over easy, and omelettes are all viable options. By doing this, I dont get sick of eating the same thing while also getting protein in my meal!
Timmothy X.
I pretty much have the same thing every weekday I. E. Smoothie and 2 rice cakes. I do change smoothie ingredients each day. On the weekend I likely to have an egg, toast, Cornflakes.
Anna W.
I only eat fruit and nuts before noon, and the occasional espresso. So I love apples with honey and cinnamon, and some walnuts. When I’m in a hurry I’ll just grab a banana, a few dates, and a handful of almonds. For smoothies you can do espresso, banana, peanut butter, honey, and almond milk, or a refreshing one is strawberry, basil, honey, and almond milk. I throw chia seeds in smoothies too if you’re not opposed to some texture. Otherwise açaí bowls with fresh fruit and granola can be a great option too!
Albert X.
I always do short portion meals. Either eat a small bowl of healthy cereal with a cup of milk, two eggs , or yogert with your favourite fruit and honey
Aoibhean J.
Low carb bread toast (or slimster) with peanut butter and banana
Granola with some low fat Greek style yogurt with some blueberries banana and kiwi with some healthy seeds
Poached/boiled egg with some low card toast or slimster with some avocado and a pinch of salt
Over night oats hope this helped
Roseni Z.
I find myself usually rotating between a nice fruit parfait with muesli, overnight oats (chocolate and peanut butter is my favorite!) and on days where I don't have to leave the house early, some fried eggs with toast! these are all mostly quick to make and eat, and Totally budget friendly!
Katie F.
I typically go through my staples throughout the week, which are vegetarian:
1. Yogurt with berries and granola
2. Blueberry bagel with cream cheese
3. A protein and fruit smoothie
4. Scrambled eggs with mozzarella cheese and salsa.
I hope this helps!
Heather N.
I use avocado toast and scrambled eggs, oatmeal with chia and bananas or fruit, and fruit smoothies with almond milk, I change up the fruits for variety.
Polly U.
I enjoy cottage cheese and fruit, oatmeal with dried fruit, bananas and nuts, eggs with sautéed vegetables, and finally a bowl of Raisin Bran Crunch. Rotating through those options keeps breakfast interesting!
Roswita C.
Oats make the base of a great breakfast. They're the best carb you can possibly eat in the morning, as the energy from them will release slowly throughout the day. The best part is that you can make oats the staple of every breakfast without boring of them by changing recipes. E.G prepare oats with cinnamon, banana, blueberries. Or with dates to add some healthy sweetness. Or add honey or Agave. Try them with other fruits, like peach or apple. You can find packs of seeds like flax seed, goji berry, almond all in preground packs to add great sources of Zinc and magnesium. I always add a scoop of protein powder to mine, for added flavour and because with the slow digesting oats and protein, I will not need to eagles until lunch. In short, oats are a great way to create breakfast bowls that cover all the bases of good nutrition.
Philip T.
Chia pudding with plant milk and kiwi on top; oat porridge with cinnamon, peanut butter and bananas, boiled eggs with a small sandwich topped with spinach and tomatoes.