What are the versatile ways in which you can eat breakfast every morning?

Pat Z.
Variations of eggs, for example in sandwiches or with beans and tortilla
Andrew Q.
I have a few quick and easy things that I eat for breakfast that I rotate through so I don't get bored. Smoothies are great because you can vary what you put in them. I make protein pancakes (egg, banana, and protein powder) with a little bit of honey and fresh strawberries. Another is a homemade egg McMuffin (fried egg, whole wheat English muffin, avocado, tomato, and pepper jack cheese). I also do overnight oats a lot. Mix equal amounts of old fashioned oats with milk of choice. Add 1/2c 2% Greek yogurt, 1 tsp chia seeds, 1/2 Tbsp almond butter, and 4-6 berries. Place in fridge overnight and enjoy in the morning
Grace F.
Most mornings I cook oatmeal with peanut butter, apples, cinnamon, vanilla, and protein powder. However, if I don't have time or am not in the mood for oatmeal, I eat a banana with a handful of mixed nuts or a Greek yogurt with granola.
Glen Y.
A spoonful of peanut butter goes a long way. Granola bars on the run. Bananas are quick and easy
Cathy T.
I bring breakfast with me to work. It is one of the first things that I do when I arrive. That really cuts down on my mid-morning munchies.
Charlotte U.
There are so many versatile ways to eat breakfast. One can sit at a table and enjoy their meal. Shakes and fruit are great for an on the go breakfast. It can be a sandwich, burrito, bowl, salad, smoothie or shake, cold, hot. The list goes on forever!
El Sio N.
There are many ways that you can eat breakfast. If you are a planner and know that you’ll have a busy schedule each week, make an effort to get up maybe 15-20 minutes before your morning start time so you can get your breakfast in. For me I like to pack granola bars, oatmeal cups or whole fruit in my bag if I know I won’t be able to make a good sized breakfast. I also make smoothies and pack them with protein powder to give me what I need in the morning if I have 5 minutes to spare and not 15. Meal prep is also another way to get breakfast in. Meal prep is not just for lunches and dinners. Also, setting an alarm for the same time and activity each day so that your making breakfast a habit and lifestyle. Eating right after an early morning workout is another way to get breakfast in. Remember you have to make time for the things you want. Breakfast is a crucial meal that shouldn’t be skipped if possible. Your body needs fuel so that you can be your best productive self each morning. You do yourself a disservice when you skip breakfast, you’re telling you’re body that it’s not important enough. Change your thoughts about why breakfast is important and you’ll be able to come up with attainable ways to incorporate it into your days, every morning.
Nathan F.
I haven't been a breakfast eater in over a year mainly due to my medication making me not hungry but before then I would have a homemade breakfast shake. My shake would be made up of SlimFast powder shake mix mixed berries with fresh spinach some times I also mix fresh kale with either soy or almond milk or if I wanted more of a tropical mix I would use coconut pineapple/mango water. Using Fabulous I think more about what to eat to optimize my energy level and to keep me from crashing within a few hours into my morning routine. I have narcolepsy so optimized energy level helps keep my brain from going into sleep mode within three hours from waking, plus I have noticed I am more alert to my surroundings. Narcolepsy has in the past kept me confused due to the grogginess, one of it's symptoms. I wouldn't get my morning routine completed; therefore in the afternoon and at bedtime I was always husseling to complete all of my daily task. I wasn't getting all my task done and I was becoming overwhelmed causing my anxiety and depression disorder to affect my behavior towards myself and my family. Drinking water first thing in the morning before my routine coffee was the key to helping me to become hungry so I could eat a heathly breakfast. Water seems to wake up my internal organs. I always knew water was good for me and I do drink a lot of water throughout the day but I never thought about it helping my appetite first thing in the morning. Thank you Fabulous for helping me see how the small habits can help with the bigger things in my daily routine. Practice does make things easier, now for week two and beyond.
Cathrin F.
I normally eat porridge for breakfast. Now it's not normal porridge. I start with crushing bananas, which add potassium and fast and healthy energy spike. I mix in a bit of honey, which is filled with anti-inflammatories. And it taste so good, butbut doesn't stop there, oh no, I also add maple syrup which is filled with all sorts of good vitamins. And just a tiny pinch of cardamom, for the taste. Now I add the oats, I prefer finely grained. This is the slow and steady burn that keeps you going and will fuel your muscles after your morning workouts. To make sure I get a good start on the proteins I add lintel seeds. Finish off with all natural whole milk for thosr healthy fats and protein, not to mention calcium. No point lifting if your bones are gonna crack. Boil up to perfection and enjoy an all natural oerfect start to the day. No need to add jam or sugar or anything. On days where i need to mix it up I'll make a full english breakfast and really go all out. When your motivation is breaking its important to reward yourself for the work youve put in. One or two days isnt gonna ruin 3 weeks of healthy eating. So dont feel bad. And keep healthy energy bars andd in-between meals and fruit ready for the days you just didn't t get enough time to have a proper breakfast. Just make sure you dont fuel yourself on empty carbs and pure sugar, and dont beat yourself up. You'll feel good about yourself come lunch time, and then for tomorrow figure out where you went wrong and address it. Be proud when you do.
Angelo P.
– I prefer a simple toast with a fried egg on a piece of multi-grain bread and a glass of milk.
– Simpler, I'd have a PJ toast.
– I would add a bowl of yogurt with musli, additional nuts and seeds, and some more dried fruits.
– Sometimes I would just have fruits–mostly bananas and citrus.
– When I did some cooking, I would have simple Korean style breakfast with a bowl of rice, soup, and a bit of kimchi.
Charline N.
Eggs, oatmeal, omelet, cereal,
Am Lie Z.
I go for the easy stuff. Eggs and bacon. The first day I actually had mixed nuts for breakfast as I had to go to work and didn't have a lot of time. But an apple with peanut butter works to. I also look on pinterest for great easy breakfasts that are paleo.
Edna C.
Everybody is unique. Since I hate eating breakfast, I have only found two things that are easy enough and light enough: Zupa Noma collagen soups, or low-sugar instant oatmeal in a cup. Bacon and eggs are nice when I have more time.
Eva Q.
I like oatmeal. It is versatile and filling. I like to add a small amount of pecans, cinnamon, and maple syrup for flavor. It tastes like a cinnamon roll and keeps me full for hours. I make it with 1% milk. 1 cup milk to 1/2 cup oats.
Marcia O.
So many!!!! Lately its been apple and pb or pcb, handful of nuts, oatmeal, buncha fruit, nut or seed bread or muffin, omelet with free range eggs, veggie meat, tamadon with brown rice, sweet potato with a protein, sugar free coconut yogurt with nuts and fruit or whole grain sugar free cereal, etc