I prefer oatmeal with an egg stirred in, and topped with a chopped apple or banana plus peanut butter. Keeps me full until lunch 🙂
I usually go for fruit and some peanut butter like an apple or a banana. It gives you energy for the morning and it's easy to make. Then there is also Eggs. They're full of protein and great breakfast food. Try it with some vegetables (as a salad on the side of the eggs). Hope it helped 🙂
an ideal vegetarian breakfast could be an apple and peanut butter. it’s quick, healthy, and yummy! it’s what i usually have if i don’t have time to make anything big.
A banana and some homemade oatmeal would be my first choice. Oatmeal is so easy to make and you can add whatever flavors you want to! For my breakfast habit, I have been doing oatmeal with cinnamon and only about a gram of sugar. You could even add a cut up apple to this.
I like to have a scrambled egg with a little cheese and guacamole on a tortilla. For vegan breakfast almond butter and apple on Ezekiel toast.
Vegan option: oat, alternative milk (almond or coconut milk e.g), seeds (linseed, pumpkin seed, sunflower seeds, almonds, sesame)
Avocado and poached egg on toast, or low/no sugar granola (it's really easy to make your own) and blueberries on Greek yogurt. 😋
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Smoothies are great. I would recommend trying different recipes everyday for the first few weeks. It allows it to seem like less of a chore. This is also a good option if you dont want feel super full or bloated in the mornings.
I make egg “omelet” muffins about every 1-2 weeks. These measurements aren’t exact. Dozen eggs. 1c cheese. 1c veggies (I usually do spinach, tomato, and mushrooms), 0.25t pepper, 0.5t salt. 350* for 20 min. Microwave for a minute. Enjoy!
I am not vegan or vegetarian, but a recipe I like is cherry Greek yogurt with naked bear granola, flax seeds, and coconut clusters:)
If your diet allows for eggs then they're great for breakfast. Boiling or poaching are easy cooking alternatives to scrambling. For my morning carb I'll usually do grits with a small amount of butter. If you don't have time for grits you can have your eggs on toast or have some nuts. Overnight oatmeal (I'm a big fan of steel cut) is a good idea if you tend to be rushed in the morning since you can make a few days' worth in one batch.
Oat flakes with some raisin, put it in a coffee cup and let them soak a little. One piece of fruit. I admit I indulge in one or two vegan cookies for another 100 cal..
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