Or a smoothie but takes a but of preparation, freeze fruits and then in the morning just pop some in the blender and go, better yet if you have/get a blendn’go for easy prep and go
- When should you eat breakfast before or after the exercise?
- I really need some all-natural, high-protein and low-sugar smoothie ideas for on-the-go days. I love fruit but not veggies, though I know I need both. Any ideas on tasting only the fruit? Crohns’ friendly ideas only, please! Thank you!
- What is a healthy, but easy to prepare breakfast?
- Anyone else not hungry until 10 or 10:30?
- Any different non-sweet breakfast suggestions?
2. Green smoothie with protein made the night before.
3. Overnight oats – I make them in bulk in small mason jars over the weekend, freeze them and pull one out to thaw the night before I want to eat it. 4 Tbsp Oats, 1 Tbsp chia, 2 Tbsp buckwheat groats, 1 Tbsp flaxseed and 1 cup almond milk. Mix it all up and sweeten with a little honey or stevia. I add 1 Tbsp cocoa powder, frozen dark cherries and almonds with a little stevia but flavor as you like. Applesauce with raisins or craisins and almonds is also quite tasty. It’s amazing!
If I happen to have more time than I prepare scrambled eggs served with tomatoes and whole grain sliced bread.
Another is overnight oatmeal. Prep the oatmeal the night before by mixing oatmeal, flax meal and vegan yogurt/almond milk/coconut milk with water, mix it with your favorite fruit and nut topping. Then just grab it on your way out the door the next say
2.) One small can of beans, emptied into a microwaveable bowl.
3.) Two rounds of bread into a toaster.
Start your bread toasting in the toaster. While you wait, put the beans in the microwave for 1 minute. Take the beans out, quick stir, back in for 30 seconds then done.
Put the jug of eggs in for 1 minute. Take them out, quick stir and back in for 15 – 18 seconds (every second matters – don’t just think “another few seconds will be fine because they’ll SUDDENLY dry out. They should be much ‘sloppier’ than you would think – they’ll continue to dry out slightly while you wait for the toast, but scrambled eggs SHOULD be more moist than most people do them anyway).
Once the beans and eggs are done, it shouldn’t be more than a minute left until the toast pops up.
Butter the toast, chuck the beans on, chuck the scrambled egg on and season (don’t add seasoning to the eggs until AFTER you cook them, otherwise they’ll dry out quicker).
Whole thing takes less than 5 minutes to cook, 5 minutes to eat. Only a jug, bowl, plate, knife and fork to wash-up.
About 650 calories. 👍😋
An omelette burrito is also nice and easy. You can make an omelette (add whatever you fancy in it) then on the wrap put a bit of salad 🥗 (leafy salad… lettuce, spinach and rocket) then put the omelette on top and wrap it you can even take it on the go. Hope this helps a bit
Perfect for taking to work 😊
- What is everyone’s favorite breakfast that is quick?
- What is a quick, nutritious and filling (long-lasting energy) breakfast option?
- How do you eat a good breakfast while away from home?
- What is an ideal quick and easy vegetarian breakfast?
- What’s on your breakfast plate?
- How good is rice and chicken for breakfast??
- What is an easy breakfast to make the night before if mornings are hard?
- What is a quick, easy and nutritious breakfast I can eat on the go?
- Any easy and healthy breakfast ideas for office going people to prepare in the morning?
- What about intermittent fasting? Does anyone have experience with this? If so should I stop having breakfast?