What can I make for breakfast that I can bring to work?

Galiano Monteiro
I struggle with choosing my breakfast options since I have school, something I've done is pack a bag of mixed nuts and oatmeal. It was very filling and helped kick start my day!

Sandro Pierre
2 boiled eggs and an apple are a very good breakfast and you get your protein

Kiara Colin
I usually have a hard boiled egg, hot tea, and blueberries with either plain yogurt or cottage cheese. I’ll change it up every so often with a smoothie , but I find keeping it fairly simple without extra carbs is best.

Thea Hansen
I don't know if this is allowed but I quite like melting 2 squares of dark chocolate and adding mixed but granola. You can leave it there.

Cecilie Nielsen
I love to make eggs and avocado toast! It’s delicious and you can make it in different ways to make it travel size. Just make sure to bring your fruit tooo!!😁😁

Erika Harris
How about a fruit and protein smoothie with some healthy fats? Include nuts, omega 3 oil, Vit D, etc.

Or make a protein bar that you can bake ahead and wrap to take with you.

Another quick option when you don't have something ready ahead is a piece of fruit and a handful of nuts!

Matéo Garcia
For work, I feel like we want something quick and easy. Overnight oats, smoothies, cereal with fruit, almonds ( I like tamari ones), hard boiled eggs, ramen. Ramen is my guilty pleasure, I put an egg and veggies in with the noodles to make it healthier

Amável Da cunha
Hi there ^^
I suggest making a simple cheese sandwich and a fried egg sandwich and any sort of fruit those will be great ♡

Coline Caron
Overnight oats

1/2 cup oats
1/2 cup milk or soy milk
Tsp vanilla essence
1/2 tsp butter essence
1/2 mushed up banana
Small hand full of choc chips

Louka Blanc
A healthy portable breakfast that I like is fruit, yoghurt, and museli. Fresh or frozen fruit works. I also have a nifty lunch container where I can store the fruit and yogurt separate from the museli until I'm ready to eat it (so it stays crunchy), but a Mason jar will do. If you're super keen, make the museli yourself in advance instead of buying it.

Olaf Schall
I love oatmeal and you can make so many ways but I got some jars and have been making up oatmeal and putting several jars in refrigerator. Just take to work and heatup!

Sean Harrison
If you have a microwave at work, breakfast sandwiches are good to freezs and make in bulk. http://jessfuel.com/2013/05/08/freezer-breakfast-sandwiches/

Carl Robertson
A sandwich is easy to carry and customisable. Oatmeal with fruits is a good option too since it'll keep you full for longer.

Doris Rech
you could bring boiled egg, penaut sandwiches, a big apple or banana and so on..

Marie Mortensen
Invest in a insulated lunch bag and a freezer bar. You can bring a nonfat non sugar yogurt, banana or other fresh fruit (I like a cup of cut up melon). 1 hard boiled eggs or 3 ounces lean turkey or chicken all taste good cold, and if you really crave carbs one slice of whole grain bread. I like Dave's Good Seed thin slices. (70 cals). As long as I have a high protein breakfast, and some fruit mid-morning, I'm good until lunch.

Katrine Møller
Breakfast burritos! Use eggs or egg beaters, chopped vegetables of your choice, seasonings, crumbled sausage if you choose or none if you're following a low-fat path, same with cheese. Mix it all together in a skillet using a touch of canola or olive oil. Add a dash of Tabasco Roll up in whole wheat flatbread and you're good to go!

Mae Garnier
Frittatas- you can make mini ones in muffin tins, adding different fillings to keep it interesting – caramelised onions & goats cheese, roast tomatoes & basil, roasted roots – all lovely cold & easy to transport.