I have to admit that some mornings it's tough to eat breakfast. On those mornings I grab something small like a piece of fruit or a piece of whole grain wheat toast.
Fruit and yoghurt. I try to make the combination of fruits different every day so that I don't get bored of eating the same things. On Sunday though I treat myself to bacon and eggs!
I have a mix of granola and raw oats with banana, raspberries and blueberries with oat milk and a cup of fresh ginger tea
Sometimes I eat overnights oats in almond milk with sliced banana on top. Other days I eat a low fat English muffin with eggs and a hasbrown.
I like to eat a full English breakfast or I have some sort of fruit and a protein shake but once I had spagetti meatballs and it was somehow yummy
It varies from day to day. My staples are fruit & cheese, oatmeal, eggs, greek yogurt, a protein bar, or homemade smoothie.
I usually eat rice milk with cereals, but know I'm adding fruit and eggs, even though it's quite uncommon to eat eggs for breakfast where I'm from (Italy). I'm feeling good.
I usually have more consistency in meals when I am intentional about nutritional intake. This might be oatmeal + peanut butter or an egg white + veggie scramble with whole grain toast.
I'm trying not to eat the same thing every morning to avoid being bored of out it. But I always try to have a white tea (as this is filled me in pretty good), fruits (banana, green apple, etc.), and healthy & non-preservative cereals.
Eggs are a typical staple. Eggs, fried or scrambled, with buttered toast. Dried fruits on occasion, oatmeal on occasion, breakfast burritos, country potatoes.
Usually nothing but in trying to develop healthier habits I have 3 go-to's: spinach omelet, oatmeal with fruit, or a protein bar. All depends on how much time I have.
I usually eat a broccoli, egg, & cheese scramble. Sometimes I eat flaxseed oatmeal. I just ate a banana, but will be eating some protein (eggs) next because otherwise it won’t be sustaining!
I'm diabetic so I eat whole wheat grains . This morning I had a toasted bagel with holidase sauce, a fried egg ( fried in I can't believe it's not butter) and some chedder cheese on it with a side of mixed fresh fruit. ( Usually I just have blueberries though. )
Usually a light snack consist of 2 mixed foods with rice such as scramble/sunnyside/hard boiled eggs, small amounts of beef, chicken, and ham.
I usually go with reliable crackers along with something else that I feel like that day. If you're looking for something light, I recommend something like berries.
I have balance plate: fruits, berries, high-fat plant foods, some ground flaxseeds or chia seeds, and a daily Brazil nut.
Most days I make an egg sandwich. Sometimes I scramble the eggs, sometimes I cook them over over easy. I like to add spinach and mushroom when I can and use sandwich bread, burger buns, or croissants to hold it all together. But other days I eat oatmeal mixed with a trail mix.
I keep my breakfast quite simple : omelette, plain yogurt with berries, toast with hummus, and toast with peanut butter are all options I pick from. Whatever I decide to eat, I usually follow it by a cup of black coffee. l
- What are your best breakfast prepping tips?
- How do you prep breakfast?
- I tend to eat the same thing for breakfast simply because it is convenient. Are there any quick, easy and filling recipes for breakfast? The only breakfast food I don’t like is tomatoes so open to a lot of options.
- Do you usually have much of an appetite in the morning?
- What do we have for breakfast?
- That habit is supposed to be completed in 15 minutes, should I have to dedicate that amount of time to that? Or could I have a shorter (in time, not in quality) healthy breakfast? Thx
- What is your preferred great breakfast? Can you give me some details why you prefer it to other high protein breakfasts?
- Do you have a receipt for healthy cake? Without sugar and flour?
- Vegan breakfasts ideas please!
- What do you usually grab on the go for a healthy breakfast?