What are your go to in the run breakfast recipes?

Julia Q.
Usually I make a egg or sausage sandwich. I also
Make omelettes or oatmeal. If I don't feel like making anything I make a grilled cheese

Emily P.
I like to make a huge batch of homemade muesli one weekend per month. I start with oats, nuts and seeds. After toasting them I add some dried fruit and cover it all in a mix of grape seed oil and honey, and stir. I keep this in an airtight container. In the mornings I simply add some milk, plain yoghurt and chopped fresh fruit, such as a banana. I like doing this as it’s so much cheaper than readymade gourmet muesli, I know exactly what’s in it, and I can personalise it.

Chahat F.
Oatmeal with cinnamon, a fruit and nuts. I recommend this so that you have enough energy for the whole day, instead of mid day snacks, because the snacks tend to be fatty snacks which make the breakfast no value at all. Get a good breakfast, have enough energy to do activities such as exercise and other things and eat healthy the rest of the day! Have a good one

Gustav F.
I usually go for a bagel with peanut butter and either an apple or a banana with it. This gives me my protein to start off the day and a filling meal. You can also try mixed nuts if you need something different. I usually eat an apple with that.

Isabella Z.
Some cereal, an already cooked waffle that you can just heat on the microwave with some butter and syrup, a mug cake, cereal bars and a smoothie.

Agar Z.
I’m not used to eating breakfast usually. In fact, most of the time I don’t. If I do, and have somewhere to be in the morning, I just grab a protein bar quick. Otherwise, if I have time I’ll make cereal, eggs and bacon, or toast.

Amber Z.
I drink Earl Grey tea every morning then I add bread with cereals topped with whole-wheat almonds/cashews/peanut butter and sugar free jam or Porridge/yogurt with fruits and nuts. When I have time I make banana pancakes topped with maple syrup and blueberries

Aishna F.
I prefer eating cucumber or sometimes curd with chapati or sometimes somerhing heavy for getting energy for the whole day

Gizem F.
Protein shake: 1 scoop of chocolate protein powder, 1 cup of fruit (mix of a strawberries and 1/4 banana), 1/2 cup cold brew coffee, 1/2 almond milk, teaspoon of coconut flakes, teaspoon of coco powder, handful of frozen spinach and ice. Blend to a smooth consistency.

Tess O.
Scrambled eggs with almond milk. It is easy to make and tasty. I reccomend using almond milk or soy milk for a healthier option!

Jack U.
My go to breakfast are some fruits. Like banana, apple, orange. They're full of vitamins and suprisingly they keep you full😋

Daniella O.
When I'm short on time, my favorite thing to have is a sunny side up egg with some fruit and yogurt. The eggs give me the protein I need while the yogurt and fruit provide me some healthy sugars. It takes me less than 5 minutes to prepare.

Charlie P.
I make a fruit sauce for the week. I add that, peanut butter, date paste, and hemp seeds to yogurt. If I’m really hungry I’ll eat 2 soft scrambled eggs with chili sauce with it.

Aleksandr J.
Some sweetness is what I crave the most in the morning, but I also try to eat healthy, reducing sugar intake and saturated fats.

Cemal E.
I keep “Just Crack an Egg” cups for really late mornings, or make a smoothie to take with me, even if that smoothie is just coffee and protein powder. Or yogurt and a Lara Bar