What is a good but simple and easy breakfast to cook?

Gabriella W.
Milk and cereal will always ve a great option . But don t forget to change the sugary ones with the healthy box of cereals. Sending love❤️
Charly Q.
I like to make a smoothie. I include protein like full fat milk, yoghurt, protein powder, chia seeds and ground nuts; good fats like nut butter or coconut oil and ideally some greens like baby spinach or kale.
Maya Z.
Banana pancakes. If you already have bananas and eggs, you're good to go. I like to add some oatmeal to it so that it acts like flour and hold everything together. You can still add flour rather than oatmeal, but add some baking soda to make it truly look like the sugary pancake you always love to eat. Also eggs in general. You can hard boil an egg and have wholegrain toast with it, and it's simple as that. You can also add some low fat cottage cheese on top of that toast and you are good to go.
Tom Z.
I used to have 2 eggs, a banana and a spoonful of peanut butter every morning. Then I switched to smoothies, for several months, with ingredients such as banana, almond butter, chia seeds, cucumber, almond milk and cinnamon, but they became quite high calorie sometimes. Recently I have been having a homemade cereal – buckwheat groats, chia and hemp seeds – 2 tablespoons with almond milk. Let it soak for five minutes, add cinnamon and half a banana, and it's delicious! I stay full most days (not all lol)!
Rashmi F.
A cup of oatmeal with your choice of fruit, such as apples or berries, is a simple yet nutritious breakfast. It's packed with fiber from the oats and vitamins from the fruit. For extra protein, you can cook it with a plant-based milk, such as soy milk.
Molly S.
Banana pancake – mix 2 eggs with 1 large banana, and bake the mixture on a baking paper or fry it in form of mini pancakes!
Nathan Q.
A good and simple breakfast I was at is a larabar date bar as it is an easy on the go completely natural energy fueling bar. There are many other brands that have bars like this as well. I also eat a handful of almonds, a banana, an apple, scrambled eggs, or overnight oats that are filled with fiber, proteins, and fresh fruits that fuel my day. I also drink filtered citrus infused water throughout the day.
Colleen S.
Scrambled eggs, either with yogurt or cheese to make sure I have enough calories, and some soy sauce because that's so tasty.
Ashley Y.
Eggs! They are very versatile, you can make them numerous ways and they provide protein. They’re quick and easy.
You can cook them on a frying pan as is, to desired style (over-easy, sunny side up, etc), scrambled (cracked into a small bowl then whisked with a tiny bit of milk and seasonings and I like to add cheese) you can make them into an omelet (same as scrambled but with whatever you’d like such as ham, veggies, sausage, etc) and lastly, you can boil them, which has been my Personal favorite lately. Boil as many as you’d like and save some for a later day to save time!
J Rgen U.
I love overnight oats. In a jar or Tupperware combine 1/4 cups oatmeal, 1/4 milk, 1/2 cup plain yogurt. Add chopped frozen fruit and honey if desired. Stir, store in fridge, way cold in the morning
Kier F.
I enjoy toast on a morning, carbs for the day so I know I’m fuelled but if you have more time than I do (I spend 15 mins making coffee and eating toast) then eggs is amazing on a morning! Avocado will do you good for fuel or granola with raisins and nuts mmmm!! Stay AWAY from sugar foods, as you will crash shortly after. Fruit is great! But as long as you eat ANYTHING then you’re winning. Keep balling 🤙🏽
Maria N.
Ik eet vaak kwark met appel of blauwe besjes en een handje ongebrande noten. Dit vult super goed waardoor ik geen behoefte heb om te snaaien.
Chlo Z.
A smoothie is always a good go to. It’s versatile, so you wont get bored, and nutritious. You can easily get your two fruit a day in, and make it low GI and high fibre with some uncooked rolled oats. I always add frozen fruit, oats, yoghurt and milk, and a few extra bits like flaked coconut and linseeds for flavour and omega 3.

Scrambled eggs is my other go to, and is easy to whip up and have on toast with something like homemade pesto or with a little persian fetta sprinkled on top.

Zaynab N.
Egg is always easy with some cottage cheese or cup of yogurt with Honey, oat meal & some fruit or smoked turkey, Salmon with toast.
Elizabeth Z.
A book that I read “brain food” has a great outline (chapter14) I usually pick eggs 2-3timea a week, simple scambled) Sometimes with a slice of wheat toast or plain whole milk yogurt with berries, however if I’m on the run a simple bag of nuts (raw almonds/walnuts/goji berries /boysenberry
Matthew Z.
Scramble eggs, into sauteed onions, spinach, cauliflower rice, broccoli, etc. (Sauteed is cooked in olive oil, learned that one last week)
Sofiia F.
1. Cottage cheese with fruits or berries.
2. Eggs any way you like them
3. Overnight oatmeal – healthy and simple, but you may feel hungry in a couple of hours, so plan on a light snack before lunch
Heidi F.
I've always found that a bagel or oatmeal tends to be the easiest healthy breakfast to go options. Being a college student, I'm soemtimes limited to what I can buy, but instant Oatmela has been my favorite! I also tend to buy the big quart of yogurt, put it in a bowl, and put some granola on top.
Derek Z.
Porridge oats are ideal – quick and easy to make with slow-release energy! Mix 70g of oats with double the amount of water, heat until smooth and creamy, then top with fruit, berries, seeds or a spoonful of nut butter.
Cyndi C.
I have been making oatmeal in the morning. I don't like eggs. So I have oatmeal with sliced apples with peanut butter. It us quick and keeps me full till I can eat lunch
Nion Z.
Personally enjoy oatmeal with frozen fruit and honey as an easy one. Eggs in a basket are fun too, but my favorite is actually some fried fish with white rice.
Laylah X.
Say, if you have a job, and you woke up late , and can't cook youre eggs,or healthy and nutrient cereal with your fruit in it, before you go to bed I advise you to grab like a little bag lunch box or whatever pack like something healthy like a nutrition bar nutrition drink, and maybe some fruit!
Lau N.
Home made granola! Not much work and you can make enough for the whole week. Or oatmeal with milk, blueberries and cinnamon and some honey.
Erika F.
Oatmeal! You can add fruit if you want, like bananas, blueberries, etc. I like to mix in flax seed, chia seed & coconut for extra energy.
Nicklas Z.
A simple and easy but nutritious breakfast is two hard boiled eggs, a serving of fruit, and a serving of vegetables. I like to do berries of some sort and yellow bell pepper because they are sweet. If you don’t want to even boil eggs in the morning, I suggest a high protein granola, yogurt, and fruit.