Not sure I really understand the question. The thing that comes to mind is pancakes. Unless you mean gather the ingredients?
I actually find it works better for me not to eat until I first really notice I’m hungry, which is usually not until about 12pm. I focus on having a hearty, fulfilling lunch instead which then keeps me going until dinner time. I may have some coconut water before 12, and try to drink half my daily water intake before 12 instead – about 1.5 ltrs. I’ve found this keeps me hydrated and feeling satiated until my lunch time.
The break fat I like to make ahead for the week is nothing. Nothing because I don't prepare myself breakfast for the week. I just wake up in the morning and eat whatever I decide from my mind or I just eat whatever is there to eat for breakfast.
I have the same breakfast everyday. Overnight oats made with unsweetened almond milk. Then I slice up half of a banana to add to it in the morning. I am not a “breakfast person” so eating first thing in the morning was a stretch for me. This was my simple solution. 🙂
I take steel cut oats, pour on almond (or dairy) milk and set it in the refrigerator over night. In the morning, I add some walnuts, raw coconut, a handful of bran, maybe some fresh or dried fruit – whatever appeals. Occasionally I add a little honey or maple syrup. I make up several servings of the oats – they stay good in the refrigerator for 3-4 days, although the oats soften slightly (but never get mushy.) It's good, it's healthy, it's super quick, and best of all, I don't have to think!
The only thing I make ahead of time is oatmeal or quinoa. Then I freeze it in 1/2 cup portions. It’s good to see how many calories you can have in a day because your portion might be able to b bigger like 3/4 cup or even a cup if you are a man.
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I make egg bites, small Turkey or chicken sausage patties and homemade bagels made with Greek yogurt for extra protein. I have 1 each in the morning.
I like to have scrambled eggs and potatoes cooked and portioned. I also have my fruit cut and ready to go. All I have to is microwave the eggs and potatoes and grab the fruit.
I don't generally make breakfast ahead of time as I usually have an omellete, but I can prepare aspects of it ahead. Take cheese out and grate enough of it for the week. Take out mushrooms and prep them and put the cut up mushrooms into a container in the fridge. Get out turkey or chicken breast and dice it. Cook or prep whatever veggies you like in your omelette- I personally boil green beans or snap peas, cut them up and store them. With everything prepped, Your only job each morning is putting it together and cooking it.
Yogurt with granola and protein powder and then I add fruit the morning of. Burrito with egg, sweet potatoes, black beans, enchilada sauce, cheese, sauasage, and add avocado morning of. Morning glory muffins. Mini quiches.
I love fruits, especially oranges, strawberries, blueberries and blackberries. I usually mix the berries! The oranges I slice the oranges or peel them! Yummy for breakfast or snacks throughout the day!
For the whole week I love to make banana bread or sweet potato bread. Just take a slice in the morning and you are good to go
I prefer hearty breakfast. Every morning I eat fried or boiled 2 eggs. Additionally I eat chease, sausages. Also I drink black tea or instant coffee, all is with no sugar. This type of breakfast gives me a lot of energy and I don’t feel hunger for a long time.
Mainly boiled eggs, I didn’t generally eat breakfast so a boiled egg or handful of nuts or a peice of fruit is perfect for me.
I like to mix some jam, jogurt, musli, fresh fruit, walnuts and leave them in the fridge to soak. It makes a very refreshing and delicious meal or snack…
What do you like to make/prepare ahead?
What do you like to make/prepare ahead?
The breakfast I like to make ahead for the week is nothing. Nothing because i don't prepare myself breakfast for the week. I just wake up in the morning and eat whatever comes to mind or whatever i find.
My mom and I are actually going to try and make egg cups tomorrow (Sunday) for eating during the week. I like them because they are protein rich and can be mixed with whatever you like, like veggies or cheese.
I buy lots of apples and oranges every time I go to the grocery and eat a piece of fruit with 1 measuring cup of plain kefir for breakfast. I usually add a splash of lemon juice to the kefir. It’s fast, and I’m not hungry an hour later as I get when I eat any form of carb for breakfast.
I love poach pods, little silicone cups that you put an egg into and then float in boiling water. It’s surprisingly hands off and I can finish getting ready while the water boils, egg cooks, etc. Put it on a piece of toast and you have an easy, filling breakfast!
I like to make overnight oats or tofu scrambles, something I can quickly top or heat up that will fill me and give me energy to start the day
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