What is healthy, but quick and easy to prepare for breakfast?

Ryan Richardson
Healthy but quick and easy to prepare for breakfast in my opinion is definitely some scrambled eggs with whatever kind of diced vegetables you have at home and my favourite homemade strawberry smoothie

Gladys Mcdonalid
Spray a microwave safe bowl with cooking spray beat two eggs in the bowl and cook for 90 seconds then out egg patty and slice of cheese in a tortilla then microwave for 30 seconds then enjoy!

Jenny Sims
If I am tight for time, I grab a banana and a couple of pieces of lean ham. A fruit and a low fat protein. On a regular day, I have a sandwiche maker and prepare myself egg on toast with Spinach and ham. Takes a minute to prepare and while I do my make up it cooks. Quick, easy, delicious and healthy!

Terry Burton
Fried eggs with fresh avocado, piece of full-grain bread and smooth cheese. You can add some chia seeds on top of your omelette

Aurore Lemoine
An apple cut into quarters with half a tablespoon of nut butter. Bran with a chopped apple on top. A banana. Always with a cup of tea or coffee 😊

Bonnie Silva
Pre make egg muffins and pancakes… Then just pop then into the microwave for a few seconds.
Same thing for our smoothies.

Korbinian Daniel
eggs make an excellent breakfast. eggs have a lot of protein and they are quick and easy to prepare. eggs are delicious and healthy and there are so many ways to cook them!!

Tamires Lopes
I have overnight oats every day. I use an old jam car and take it with me to work every day to eat there. I make them as soon as I get home and they sit In the fridge over night.

I use gluten free oats 1/4 cup
Soya milk 1/2 cup
Banana 1/2
Strawberries
Almonds
Cinnamon

You can add whatever you like!

These quantities are for one serving. You put all the ingredients in the jar, lightly shake it, leave over night then eat… straight from the jar!

It takes me about 3 mins to make.

Michelle Clark
Any low sugar, high fiber cereal with sugar-free almond milk (chocolate flavored one is amazing!). Add some walnuts and some fruit. Literally 1 min to prepare. The low sugar part is really important too. After a while on a low sugar diet (couple months maybe?) you wont crave it anymore and I'm guessing you'll feel better, have more energy and focus, better sleep, you name it.

Also, TIME magazine once had an article that basically said that all this hype about exotic 'superfoods' wasnt really all that it was cracked up to be, i.e. plain old lettuce is fine vs. Kale and so forth. But, they did say there was one superfood: fiber.

Alberte Olsen
Eggs really are the easiest choice. I enjoy scrambling 2 and serving them with fresh avocado on the side. I usually do this after working out. If I’m still a little hungry, before heading out the door I mix 1/2 cup of oatmeal with 1 cup of almond milk. Sprinkle a little salt and then microwave it for 2 minutes. I sprinkle some cinnamon and nutmeg on top and it’s good to go.

Georg Hügel
Healthy and easy yes, but still a challenge to motivate myself properly in the morning with the extra step in my morning routine. Hopefully once it becomes an ingrained habit it won’t feel like such a big deal.

Alfred Christiansen
Healthy is the quality of foods you put in your body. Sometimes it can be a “quick” smoothie and other times require more preparation for making your breakfast but still being conscious of what you’re putting in your body.

Rachel Knight
Museli is the best breakfast which needs least preparation.
1. Pour the museli into a bowl.
2. Add milk(must) and sugar(optional).
3. Enjoy it.
If you have time in hand just add some nuts, cornflakes & dry fruits to give yourself more nutritious breakfast. Hope 5his helps you.

Meghan Holt
Maybe just cooking vegetables with a small amount of olive oil. Or omelette with vegetables. Sandwiches with peanut butter, avocado and cheese feta.

Soline Legrand
A breakfast sandwich. I cook 2 scrambled eggs in a small pan – like an omelette and cut it in half. I buy turkey sausage or Canadian bacon and cheese I like. Sliced.
In the AM I toast an English muffin and place ingredients in it. Zap for a few seconds and voila!
I also have oatmeal with cinnamon and a whole apple cut up. No sugar. Zap the oatmeal and toss spice and apples. Warm, crunchy, smells so good and fills me up.

Hélder Da luz
A piece of Nyman Ranch ham steak that I’ve cooked the night before, cut into portions and put in a glass container for easy reheating for when I’m rushed in the morning. I eat it on my way to work and love the smoky flavor and juiceiness of the ham.

Letícia Duarte
I absolutely love oatmeal! It might sound boring but you can add so much to make it really tasty. I usually don’t even cook it, just add plant based milk and whatever else I fancy. Some of the things I like to add is; banana, blue berries, strawberries, mixed nuts, grapes, cinnamon, honey and apple. Super healthy and quite frankly delicious.