What is a quick solution to get some needed nutrition when you don’t have a lot of time to cook/eat (approx. 10-15 mins.)?

Anaïs Dumont
Instant oatmeal, yogurt, hard boil eggs in advance – I like them with a dab of shriacha , fruit – I like peanut butter or cheese with an apple. You can probably cook and eat eggs with spinach or mushrooms if you’re home.

Ralf-peter Wittke
A quick solution to getting some needed nutrients when you don’t have time to eat is to meal prep, but fruit, and compact nature valley bars

Jonas Poulsen
I struggled with this for quite a number of years. For me there's Just so much I would rather be doing than planning meals, shopping, and cooking healthy meals.

My solution overall has been to go with a precooked lunch/dinner plan that has lots of variety. I have some great easy breakfasts that don’t involve a lot of time.

So here’smy quickest breakfast (but why does it have to be breakfast?). I have a bowl of berries with about 1/3-1/2 C unsweetened vanilla or plain yogurt and some low sugar granola on top. With two hard boiled eggs.

I do the eggs fresh in an egg steamer. It doesn’t take long, but if you only have 15 minutes total I say keep some in the fridge. I keep the berries cut up and mixed in my fridge too. Of course I live in California so berries aren’t expensive.

Good luck.

Victoria Rasmussen
I keep hardboiled eggs in the fridge for quick easy protien. Cut up some apple slices and dip in peanut butter. Or cube some meats and cheese for an on the run snack.

Victor Jensen
an egg , avocado & salsa breakfast is healthy and quick.. so is oatmeal with cranberries and pecans or even banana.. a bagel with peanut butter.. there are loyalty of quick healthy options to add to your grocery list/morning routine ☺️!

Cílio Gomes
Vitamins are a good option but if you looking for easy food I would recommend a quick green salad. Chopped vegetables with spinach is my go too for a quick meal. You can even make it as complicated as you want or as simple, depending on how much time you have.

Robin Lemaire
A quick smoothie blend along with protein powder, some fruit and throw some nuts in a bag, or just a good protein filled granola bar.

Louis Rice
A hand full of nuts and fruit for breakfast. Lunch a protein smoothie is quick and mobile. Dinner leftovers.. If you can make dinner that has enough for the another meal it's great because it saves you from moments when you don't feel like or have the time to cook. Also saves you money from feeling like you have to just get something quick which is usually fast food.

Rayan Robin
Eggs and toast are always easy and fast to make, smoothies, oatmeal, avocado toasts, meal prep always makes it quick and easy for the morning.

Estéban Blanc
Cheese egg toast is one of my "go-to's". Simply fry two eggs, toast some bread in the toaster oven, and in the last couple minutes of the egg frying, slap some cheese of your choice onto the toast. Place the fried eggs on top and mash them a little bit. Done. Another solution is to do something ahead of time. For example, if you have a sous vide tool you can poach some eggs as long as you wake up early enough, go about your routine, and come back to some perfectly poached eggs with no maintenance needed while they cooked, whatsoever. Other things would be Greek yogurt with berries or peanut butter for protein… You can mix some plain cereal in there along with minimal sweetener of your choice.

Sofie Johansen
One choice: a cup of yougart with 2 tsp of oats with added some rasians or nuts
Another choice :a toast with cheese and tomato and cucumber slice plus a cup of milky tea

Samir Oliveira
Prechopped veggies and frozen cauliflower rice cooked on the stovetop. Put with avocado 🥑 and some and beans/ground meat of choice.

Eleanor Mitchelle
Oatmeal—add bananas and nuts —microwave in 3 minutes
Protein shake with spinach and fruit
Rice cake with almond butter and bananas
Guacamole toast with tomatoes

Stephen Fletcher
Eggs! It’s easy to just scramble them up with veggies or whatever you have in the fridge and have a tasty, nutritious meal.

Henry Carlson
1/2 lb turkey ground
1/2Bell pepper
1/2Onion
Garlic
1/2Sweet potato
Goya sazon. One package
Cooking:
Chop veggies
Saute onion till translucent med heat
Add garlic
Add turkey and sazon seasoning cook for 2-3 mins
Add peppers . Cook on med heat until peppers are to your taste

Serve over rice or pasta or mixed greens or in tortilla or cauli-rice

Top with avocado
or salsa

Candice Guillot
You can microwave an egg or two in a mug. You can add protein powder to milk. You can throw some peanut butter into some yogurt. You can make overnight oats the night before. You can make a really big batch of oatmeal to eat that week. You can make 5 breakfast burritos after dinner one night then freeze them.

Tommy Bishop
Soylent or similar meal replacement is a solid quick fix, but in a rush hard boiled eggs are always a favorite to have on hand. 2 or those and toast with butter and you have an actual breakfast in the car.

Kimberly Frazier
Being atoning and hungry college student, I almost never have more than 15 minutes to make meals. That, and the fact that I’m too lazy. I will usually buy plenty of foods that are microwaveable and healthy such as packaged mashed potatoes, bagged rice, packs of tuna, frozen vegetables. These are my go-to meals when I’m in a hurry.

Demétrio Pinto
Meal prep! When you DO have time make sure there is something quick to make. Cut your veggies, have some meals ready, or at leats know what you will be eating for the next couple of days. Maybe bake or cook some eggs and put them on toast with an avocado? Peanutbuttur + banana?

Edwin Evans
Some fruit, yoghurt, overnight oats or a handful of nuts are my regular meals when I don't have much time. I also have bread with hummus and veggies sometimes. My tip would be to prep the night before to save time in the morning!

Sue Roberts
You can cook a few days in advance, and put it in the freezer. Then you can easily eat some healthy food when you’re in a hurry.