What is an easy to eat, quick to make and healthy breakfast for someone who is not used to eating in the morning?

Hazel U.
A veggie rich sandwich would be just right. Who doesn’t like ‘em? Sandwich isn’t a heavy food, so it’s good for first-timers, it’s veggie rich, so it’s nutrient rich.
Jordan T.
It's better for your digestion to wake up your appetite slowly. So a piece of fruit or some yogurt is enough to get you started.

Then around brunch time, if you want something heavier, with more protein, you can pack a hard-boiled egg or some nuts or a small sandwich, etc.

Sometimes I'll put the ingredients to a smoothie in a blender and leave it in the fridge the night before, then I just have to blend and go in the morning.

My boys like eat right way in the morning so I'll either leave some oats to soak in 1/2 the water called for, with a spoonful of yogurt, sitting on the stove overnight. Then the next morning, I add the other half (I usually use milk in the morning, with a bit of sweetener) and heat. It's ready to go in minutes.

Or I'll crumble up a piece of bread or two, in a bowl, put a piece of grass-fed butter on top while I'm coming a soft egg. The egg goes on top. I mix it all with a fork. It's their favorite school-day breakfast.

Manon O.
Lots of raw vegetables and good kinf of protein. İt would be better breakfast if you add some vegetables. Because of that 2-3 kind of raw vegetables, boiled egg, 2 kind of cheese and a slice of bread would be good 🙂
Teresa Z.
I use Isagenix. I start my day with 8oz of water and 8oz of Juicy Orange Hydrate — a powderof electrolytes that I mix with water. It tastes better than Orange Juice. A half hour later I have an IsaLean Protean Bar, Lemon is my favorite, with coffee. Or If I’m up for it, I will pour Quaker Oats in a plate without measuring, cover the oats with water, stick it in the microwave for 90 seconds, and mix half a banana or a serving of fresh cut papaya to sweeten it. I have an Isagenix shake for lunch, or four eggs and veggies and cacti. And I will have another protein bar as a snack for dinner, which is just protein —salmon, Tilapia or chicken, steamed veggies, and salad with lemon juice. Before bed, I mix a powder called Greens with Isapro —Isagenix whey protein in a blender. That becomes my Belly Fat Burner meal and it is awesome. I’m not saying you have to use Isagenix, there are other products out there that are great as well. I just happen to love the product and I don’t know how to cook. Lol. So believe me. I do easy.
Beth U.
A protein shake that’s low on sugar and fat. Egg whites in a bowl can be microwaved and come out well. Apples. I think if you are not used to eating it needs to be quick and something that you can start with that doesn’t require you to sit in one place for too long
Rosa F.
I personally think it is ok to wait a little bit to eat. My stomach doesn’t like food without some fluids first. Take your time. I start my day with a glass of water and coffee as I get dressed and ready for work. Then I walk about 12 minutes to the train and have a protein bar on my ride. This gives my body enough time to wake up and start to feel hungry. It’s also important to not eat after dinner!
Meinolf X.
In the beginning, I didn't eat breakfast at all..and my point in this is to eat energy bars. Then I started to eat eggs for breakfast and I keep eating them now too))
Darrell Z.
Avocado toast. Alternatively, you could prepare boiled eggs in the evening (keep in shell) and reheat in a cup of warm water for a quick bite. Still, I would say pre-planning definitely helps – down from grocery trip up towards evening before going to sleep.
Marcus X.
An apple and banana. Gives me the energy I need to her through them morning without the heavy feeling I usually get from cereal
Dennis Y.
I'm usually rushed in the morning and don't have time to make breakfast, so I drink a nutritional meal replacement shake. I chose one recommended to me by a dietician.
Jonathan B.
Maybe try making some eggs and take it with milk for better supply of protein and energy plus 3 slices of bread would go well with that to keep you energized during the dah
Naomi E.
Smoothie bowls are a really quick and easy breakfast to make. You can take the normal smoothie ingredients, blend until smooth, place in a bowl, add some of your favorite fresh fruit on the side and sprinkle with granola, Voila, BREAKFAST! You can find recipes online. It’s one of my favorites and it only takes about 5-6 minutes total.
Max N.
Not used to eating breakfast? Don't force it! Think quality over quantity. You could try yogurt, one egg, or a little oatmeal. A small yogurt alone can give you a lot of good nutrients. Just make sure it is not full of sugar. You have to read the labels. Good fats are better for you & tastier than sugars. So opt for yogurt made with whole milk. Eggs are also a great, nutritionally dense choice & quick to cook up. One egg may be plenty when you're not used to eating in the a.m. Quick oatmeal is one of my favorite breakfasts, but you do have to be careful that you're not getting too many carbs/sugars. Scoop 1/4 cup into a bowl with 1 tsp of flax meal & 1/2 cup of water. Then microwave for 1-2 minutes. I add fresh or frozen berries to add a little sweetness, sometimes a sprinkle of walnuts too. The flax meal adds more fiber without adding a lot of carbs. You can experiment with different ratios to see what works best for you. Just keep your portions small.
Levi X.
Today was my first day of breakfast challenge. I kept it very simple and light. 4 pieces of bread toasted with little butter and 2 boiled eggs. Followed by Tea (with milk and sugar in it). I will try to cut down on my sugar intake slowly. I am addicted to the first cup of tea in the morning. if I don't get it, I feel lethargic and drained. Exploring options to overcome this addiction.
Mikkel C.
Take a pice of fruit, or try some crackers with a topping you like. Experiment with different things and then stick to something that makes you happy in the morning.
Tinita E.
Water; coffee; egg+avo+wheat= sandwich (w/ jam; optional)
Get 2 pots boiling with water. 1 for coffee & 1 for boiling egg. While water for both is boiling, go ahead and prep ur wheat bread with avocado &/ jam.
Norah T.
My breakfast recipe:
Overnight oats. Really easy to prepare at night and even easier to eat in the morning. I prepare my mix in batches and then each night simply mash a banana, pour some of the mix, put some frozen berries on top and add soy milk. In the morning I usually cut some fresh fruits as well.

Oats: 420g
Flax seeds: 100g (crushed)
Chia seeds: 15g
Cocoa: 25g
Cinnamon: 5g
Almonds (or other nuts): 100g (crushed)
Dried Coconut: 50g
Optional: Four Sigmatic's 10 Mushroom Blend, Amla Powder

Suzy X.
I do not like spending much time in kitchen neither so now when i use fabulous I set up preparing time for 10 minutes… i grab cream cheese or hummus a few loafs of bread flax seeds and thats it can keep me all day
Amelia F.
I'm not use to eating breakfast and never really have a appetite at 6am. So I have a protein pack which includes; honey roasted peanuts. Granola,and almonds. I snack on this protien back or way to work. Usually once I make it to work I have a appetite so I eat some yogurt and a muffin. I've just started this so my goal is to add more as I go. Like prepping breakfast burritos at night
Micheal U.
A quick breakfast can be as simple as a single slice of wheat toast with avocado spread and a couple of slices of tomato on top. You can also make yourself some quick oatmeal with fresh fruit on top. A smoothie bowl which consist of a blended smoothie, fresh fruit and granola (Yummy). All of these take no more than 5 minutes to make.
Chad P.
A banana with peanut butter is a great healthy option. It’s super simple, a good source of protein, and helps to keep you feeling full until lunch time. Of course, if you’re allergic to peanuts, almond butter or sun butter (made from sunflower seeds) are great substitutes!
Richard E.
One of my favorite breakfasts is a bowl of bircher muslie. Rolled oats,. Mixed fruit, roasted almonds, grated apple and milk, all. Mixed. Together and put in the fridge over night. This makes it a quick and easy breakfast and because it is made with natural foods it isn't overly sweet which I know some people don't like first thing in the. Morning. This breakfast is not only quick and easy, but it is also very filling and can easily last you untill lunch time.
Deolindo F.
I like to eat a banana & yogurt.
Also toast with Peanut butter & honey
– hard boiled eggs are good also because they can cook while your getting ready
Jeannette Y.
I make Bircher muesli. This is basically soaked oats or a grain of your choice, then add liquid and some kind of dried fruit. There are heaps of recipes. The advantage for me is that my husband and son both like it so it means we all get a quick and healthy breakfast and I can have it ready in the fridge the night before.
Maxine C.
I think making mini egg souffles in muffin cups works well. You can bake them in Sunday and put them in zipper bags two to a bag, and all you have to do in the morning is heat them in a microwave for 30 secs or so. Eat with a piece of your favorite fruit.
Hector C.
I always have the same simple and healthy breakfast in the morning: yoghurt and muesli with nuts and raisins. The muesli I buy with the raisins and nuts mixed in at the supermarket. Make sure you take a mix without added sugars. When I am in a real hurry in the morning I put the yoghurt in a bowl with lid and the muesli in a separate small package and grap it from the fridge in the morning to eat it in the train on my way to work. Hope this helps!
Sheila Z.
A quick option I used to eat was a blended shake of (butter)milk, oatmeal and banana. You just have to drink it and you can also easily take it with you.
Mohammed T.
I like to get boiled eggs, turkey slices, cottage cheese, and water. It’s easy to pull together and filling (at least till lunch). I teach so my
day is crazy.
Benjamin C.
Oatmeal with fruit is my go to breakfast. I also like a whole grain waffle with peanutbutter and berries, great for on the go!! I keep my breafast small and not too sweet.
Cherly U.
Start small, have an apple, or a banana or a cereal bar or something you don't have to prep. But if you're prepared to take time in making something I love smoothies! You can buy frozen fruit (strawberries, blueberries etc) and blend with a banana and some apple juice. Or my fav breakfast recipe is 200-250ml oat milk, a handful of oats, a banana, tsp of cinnamon, 2 tsp or honey
Norma C.
For a healthy quick breakfast, I have found a few detox smoothies to be delicious and light. They are a mixture of berries, greens and nut/seed protein. I have modified slightly the smoothies from the “10 day detox” to make green, yellow, pink & purple smoothies. (Purple from blue&ackberries, pink from strawberry/banana, yellow from mango, green from kiwi/spinach. See 10day detox. The bright colors make it fun 🙂
Jar Z.
I cook oatmeal in the microwave for 2 minutes. While it’s cooking, I put almonds and fruit in another bowl. So it essentially only takes two minutes!
Wesley O.
If you’re not used to eating at all in the morning, it can be hard to get something down. I would recommend starting off with something light. Perhaps a cup of yogurt with some granola and fresh strawberries. Over time you can increase the portions and gradually evolve the dish into something more filling.
Janette X.
Whole grain cereal, skim milk, and a banana. or yogurt, fruit, and healthy granola. I like Bob’s Red Mill for granola, but you might want to try a few different ones. Check ingredients and nutrition to be sure you’re getting one that’s healthy. The website “eat this, not that” has suggestions for healthy ones.

Also, if you cook up a batch of hard-cooked eggs and keep them in the fridge, they are easy to grab and eat on the run.

Ava N.
I do not eat breakfast first thing in the morning. I find it difficult to force myself to eat that early and later on I feel heavy and "slow". So my advice for someone who does not like to eat in the morning is: just don't do it. Drink plenty of water though. I noticed that I get hungry about 4-5 hours after I wake up, so I prepare my breakfast before the hunger strikes, as very often when I prepare my food when famished I tend to make poor choices. Soon enough you'll figure out when you get hungry (especially if you wake up at the same time everyday) so you can prep your healthy meal before. I also suggest reading some articles about fasting or even consult your doctor, as it is not safe for everyone.
There is also a way to go through a breakfast if you don't like eating it: drink it! A light and delicious smoothie, packed with fruits, lisneeds and chia seeds, spinach, etc should feel you up 😉 Experiment and find out what works best for you.
Bob Y.
I usually have up to 10 min for breakfast, so I’m trying to do something quick and with some calories inside. I’m doing either omelet or cereal with add-ons depending on fridge availability. Sometimes to celebrate I also add chocolate croisant – but I guess it is not smth I should be proud of 🙂 have a great day!
Coline T.
Oatmeal! Its filling, can easily be adjusted for your hunger level (1 part oats 2 parts liquid) and you can add all kinds of yummy things. Oatmeal can be sweet or savory (imagine it as a brown rice alternative) so you can eat just about anything with it. If chicken seems like a more manageable breakfast, boom add some oatmeal. You want a smoothie? Put fruit in your oatmeal instead. It becomes a vessel for food. I might be waxing a bit poetic, but I just love oatmeal in the morning 😂
Olivia B.
I make a batch of overnight Bircher muesli twice a week, each batch containing 3-4 servings that I pack into a small tupperware to eat after my morning yoga practice. You can premix a large batch of oats, seeds, nuts that can last for weeks. Then for each batch, grate some fruit e.g. an apple or chop up an orange to add to your oat mix. Add extra fresh juice if desired to let the oats soak up the flavour and soften overnight. In the morning, I scoop a serving into my breakfast jar, add nut milk (I'm vegan so feel free to use yogurt as per original), any extra fruit or toppings be you're good to go. Prep takes 10 mins for a batch. 2 mins every morning.
Alfred Z.
I am a fan of yoghurt and granola. I use non dairy coconut yoghurt, and a gluten free high protein yoghurt, and always check the ingredients first. It is really easy to make – mix together in a bowl – and quick to eat.
Basti O Q.
Try a little Greek yogurt with blueberries and raspberries. There’s plenty of sweetness in the berries but you can add a splash of honey if you prefer.
Sandra T.
Well thanks for asking me so my breakfast is oatmeal, and eggs and drink two cups of water and it gives me a lot of energy, thanks to fabulous.
Gaud Ncio F.
I have always had breakfast, but I find overnight oats a very easy and healthy way to eat healthy in the morning because it's prepared the night before and you eat it in the morning.
Beatrice O.
Hi. Two of my favorite options are granola and plain yogurt (I slice in a half banana if i have a few extra seconds), or make oatmeal overnight in the crockpot to have for a few days (one part oatmeal to two parts milk). You can add raisins, apples, cinnamon if desired and cook on low overnight. Just add a little milk and nuke it each morning.
Selma N.
Try a smoothie with protein powder, almond milk, berries and kale. Super filling and healthy and you can sip it slowly as you adjust to eating in the morning
Antonio P.
I personally believe it's important that you enjoy what you eat in the morning, so don't force yourself to have fruit and oatmeal just because it's healthy. I would advise having bowls of pre chopped fruit and yoghurt in the fridge that you can throw together really easily. Just make sure everything is prepared before going to bed so there are no extra steps that stand in your way once you wake up
Aubrey S.
I have a friend that is very busy with her children of a morning, so mixes things like muesli and milk or yoghurt in a jar and leaves it in the fridge overnight. I normally just put porridge & berries in the microwave for a couple of minutes & that's me done. Otherwise perhaps you could look for a breakfast bar recipe and make a bunch to eat and go with a piece of fruit or something if you want to be quick and are not used to eating much of a morning?