What is something filling that doesn’t require many ingredients?

Kristin P.
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Pierre N.
Fridge/overnight oats. Just put oats, almond milk, greek yogurt, and your favorite fruit. Add chia seeds, honey or peanut butter to jazz it up.

Joris T.
Peanut butter for a quick snack. Quinoa paired with just about anything will complete a filling, healthy meal. I add quinoa and chicken to my salads, and that keeps me going for hours.

Johanne F.
Oatmeal made with one of the higher protein nut milks, like almond milk, will keep you full and meet protein goals.

Avocado and scrambled eggs on whole grain toast is another great choice. Whole grains digest slowly and the good fats will make you feel fuller, longer.

Till C.
A smoothie works best for me. 1 cup whole milk and 2 tbps peanut butter with some berries. Blend it well and that should fill you up in a healthy way!

Leon E.
I love hard boiled eggs, apples with PB, celery with PB. I’ve also found great recipes on Pinterest and the Mealime app!

Amalie W.
A fried egg on toast is always a good option, but I have been really liking yogurt parfaits as well. I use oikos triple zero Greek yogurt and then I add fruits and granola, adding the fruit helps my body process the protein better because of the sugar in it. That’s also why I add toast to my egg because of the sugar it has as well. Hope this helps:) these are two healthy, yummy, and filling options!

Marshall N.
My answer will be water. Water doesnt require many ingredients lol. But also eggs and bananas. They are truly filling my tummy, and i dont need to cook

Marc U.
For breakfast during the week I usually have a bagel with peanut butter. You could also try boiling a couple of eggs the night before.

Tobias A.
Protein bar 😜
Basically, what makes you feel full for long is protein. So look for protein rich foods (15g+ per serving).
A few eggs; salmon and cream cheese sandwich; falafel and hummus; anything with meat, of course (not great for breakfast though); oats with honey; finally, liquid foods on the go, eg Huel.
That should do you well.

L Ane Q.
Whipping up an omelet with two eggs and some heavy cream is my got-to recipe. I brown some bacon bits in the pan and add vegetables I have in my fridge, like mushrooms or spinach than top it with the egg mixture, let it down from one side, flip it, and when the second side is baking I top it with some grated cheese. πŸ˜‹ very delicious and fills you up until lunch time or further ☺️

Priska R.
My main staples are homemade oatmeal or eggs on toast. If I am pressed for time it's a couple of bananas (or apple, if you prefer that) and a teaspoon of peanut butter. Or peanut butter on toast, as a complete last resort.
Your aim is high protein, low sugar. That way you stay full for longer.

Estef Nio Y.
It depends on whether you’re looking for a meal or a snack. For a snack, I like a handful or nuts or some raw veggies. For a meal, try a stir fry. You can add as many or as few ingredients as you like.

Riley X.
It depends on the time of day.

For breakfast I like to have a pita that has been warmed in the oven with crunchy peanut butter and some fruit on the side.

For lunch/dinner when I am feeling lazy I tend to do rice bowls. It's more components but they are mostly things that are inexpensive and you can easily buy, slap together in a bowl, and be ready to go.

I usually do either a burrito bowl or a 'mediterranean' bowl.

Burrito bowl: rice, blackbeans, veggies, store bought pico or just tomatoes if they are tasty, avocado if it doesn't cost an arm and a leg, some other kind of protein if I prepped some that will work, and Bolthouse cilantro avocado yogurt dressing which I absolutely love.

The blackbeans that I use are either just rinsed or I have jazzed up on the stove top earlier in the week during meal prep with a bit of honey, oregano, and chipotle.

The mediterranean bowl is just like a roughly halal or Greek bowl. Rice, chopped cucumbers, rinsed (and if I did it ahead of time marinated) chickpeas, other protein if I had it prepared and ready, chopped tomato, feta if I have/feel like it, some kind of of 'sauce' like taziki or Greek dressing or lemon juice though sometimes if I want a kick I will use harissa olive oil. If you like olives you can do a few of those probably.

Most people would probably recommend sandwiches but I personally hate those.

I am a big fan of prepping simple components and relying on additions like sauces and condiments to change up the flavor so that I don't get bored but can quickly put it together.

Also, if you can, I highly recommend you get a rice cooker, and not one of those horrible removable lid types. It is totally worth it to spend the extra 20 for a better quality Japanese style one because it has much more even cooking and can be used to make things other than rice, like lentils or other grains and legumes, without needing to watch it. Can typically be used as a slow cooker too.

I have literally cooked rice, veggies, and chicken in it all at the same time. It is absolutely wonderful.

Tim O.
Cauliflower bag, 89 cents. Three teaspoons of Carne Asada sauce. 10 cents Throw it in a covered pan and steam it with a little water.

Lyam Q.
La carne. Cuando como carne es muy comΓΊn que despuΓ©s de haber comido un poco ya me sienta bastante lleno. TambiΓ©n la acompaΓ±Γ³ con tortillas, aguacate o cebolla. Por lo general, me gusta mucho y me deja satisfecho

Liane X.
Toast with peanut butter and an apple in the morning. Gives you enough energy to be up and running, and you will be filled for at least a couple of hours.

Alfreda Q.
I have a go to vegan dish. It’s pad thai inspired. Broccoli teriyaki sauce, peanut butter, sriracha and lime. Steam the broccoli (I like the steam in bag kind). While its steaming mix the other ingredients in a large bowl. When broccoli is done, toss with the other ingredients and you’re done.

Terry J.
Mix egg and oats together with a pinch of salt fry in a pan with a little oil like an omelette sprinkle with honey and cinnamon

Luis Z.
OK so stay with me when i say.. meat and 3 vedge. I'm not talking chips and onions here, three low gi versitile vedge and any cut of meat there are so many possibilities. For example a boneless leg of lamb, pumpkin, beetroots, and golden sweet potato = roast medly or beetroot leaf salad with pan fried sweet potato pupkin and lamb, or roast lamb with sweetpotato pupkin and beetroot wedges. Or Pumpkin and sweetpotato noodles with beetroot puree and lamb ragout. ….. ect. You get the idea, cheep fresh versitile and simple. Meat and 3 vedge.

Jeannette S.
Oatmeal with loctose free milk. While it's cooking add banana and cinemon. Possible to add a bit salt to imbrase sweet taste. πŸ˜‰

Rafael W.
Anything that is a combination of protein and fats/fibre..
1. Egg.. in any form..
2. Chicken/meat with beans/lentils/greens/mushroom..
3. Shawarma with hummus.. πŸ˜‹
4. Fish with greens/herbs/mushroom..
5. Things with cheese..

Andr A O.
Eggs is my go to. I love them Hard boiled is quick & easy & roughly 70 calories each. In the morning I scramble two & some times add cheese & cherry tomatoes.

Dwight Y.
Toast! Beans on toast, eggs on toast or if you want less cooking any nut butter on toast with either sliced banana on top or sliced apple works well! :P’

Armin O.
Adding peanut butter or almond butter to just about anything makes it much more filling: oatmeal, fruit, toast, pancakes.

Lloyd E.
For breakfast, honestly a basic bowl of organic rolled oats. Only 1/4 cup does the trick. I will use either unsweetened vanilla almond milk or vanilla protein shake, 1/2 cup of either. I add 1 tsp of local honey. After 2 min I. Microwave, I add 2 tbsp of ground flaxseed meal (it's like a fine powder) and a handful of blueberries. Simple, basic and a long-lasting fullness

Amalie E.
Most filling thing is usually protein, some chicken breast can be a good option. Also oatmeal, this is particularly good since your body processes it slowly and it will give you energy for longer and more consistently. I have oatmeal whenever I need consisten energy levels.

Andrea E.
To me something that is greater filling with out any ingredients is the accomplishment of goals that I have set for myself each day without any repercussions of decisions that are made in each segment throught the day.

Annie W.
I think apples are quite filling! Another great one is porridge and it’s inexpensive too. One part porridge oats to two parts milk, 3 mins in the microwave or simmer on the job (but keep an eye on it so it doesn’t burn). Then you can add banana, honey or a sprinkle of berries. Yum!

Ingetraud S.
Plain or low sugar Greek yogurt with a handful of blueberries is delicious and filling, especially when paired with a tall glass of ice water! A dash of honey can be added to taste if necessary, but I'm working on weaning my sweet teeth off of sugar so it's worth dialing that back as much as possible.

Mads P.
As a base, begin with Plain Greek Yogurt, almond or peanut butter, defrosted frozen berries. You can add some honey, chia seeds, coconut flakes, bananas, granola, or whatever else you want

Anton C.
Personally, I find legumes to be very filling, especially in the form of pasta. Sweet Potatoes are also very filling, and a bonus is you can just pop them in the microwave to cook them πŸ™‚ I hope this helped you πŸ™‚

Irma J.
Steel cut oats with dried fruit and nuts. I make a week’s worth on Sunday morning and then reheat a serving every day. Add nuts, fruit, and a little milk or nut milk and you’re fueled through lunch.

Elouan Q.
Depends what meal you are thinking of. Oatmeal is great, made with water, for breakfast because it’s filling and slow release of energy.
Eggs are also great at helping you feel full and easy to make into many dishes, omelettes are a good way to use up small left overs. They can be used all times of day, keep some boiled eggs in the fridge and use for snacking.
Fruit is a good way to fill up, fill sugar cravings and reduce the temptation to snack.

Rick Z.
Oatmeal. I especially like to use steel cut oats, a cut up apple, a handful of walnuts and/or pecans and cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice. This is tasty and filling and you can make in advance for the week if you want. I boil the apple and nuts in the water for the oats to soften them.

Barb F.
My friends often eat this after work. We provide enough that each has enough for a half cup of Tuna Salad with organic green peppers, organic Vidallio Onion, organic diced boiled egg seasoned with garlic, Himalayan salt, a small pinch of brown, some diced red pepper, olive oil or a healthy home made dressing served with organic flaxseed brown rice crackers and a couple of slices of Organic Gouda Cheese, a small serving of unsalted mixed nuts and also organic homemade organic red roasted hummus. Served with a glass of Red Wine with a decently low alcohol content. If you still want to cut Dow ingredients, just use the flaxseed crackers, nuts, and Gouda Cheese with water and wine to drink. That works too.

Alex G.
Two boiled eggs are perfect for people on the go. They are super easy and quick to prepare too. I usually put them on the boil for 6-7 minutes, whilst I'm getting ready. I put a timer on and when they are ready I let them sit in cold water until I'm ready.

Donald T.
For a cheap and easy filling meal I would go with tuna/chicken, rice and coconut cream with a side of vegetables ( I like to add hit sauce too). Your getting a solid lean protein.rice is a great slow release energy which will keep you feeling full for longer, the vegetables are full of fiber which slows digestion and the coconut cream is full of healthy fats, fats leave you with a feeling of satisfaction after eating, plus coconut cream naturally boosts testosterone levels which is great if you've got exercise to do!

N Ia Q.
So lately for breakfast I’ve been having 3Tbs of peanut butter with 1Tbs of honey and 2Tbs of granola. It’s really good and has lots of protein! Also super simple to make like it’s only 5 minutes. You can also sub the peanut butter for yogurt. Hope this helps!

Joanne T.
I take care of my growing brother while my parents are at work so I usually make both of us breakfast. A good breakfast is pancakes they are filling but not that healthy, I'd you buy the boxed pancakes you only need water and what ever you cook and mix it in. Eggs are a more healthy option and they only require eggs. French toast is a good filler all you need is bread, cinnamon, milk, and eggs, unless you want other toppings in it and you can look up other recipes for French toast you don't have to use mine it is just how I make mine.

Lily R.
If you’re fine with eating poultry, in my experience having just 2 slices of toast, 2 fried eggs and a cup of green tea(with or without sugar) would be the most filling diet and from that you can see it doesn’t require many ingredients.

Sofia B.
Well, it depends on which meal and some personal dietary factors. But eggs are high in protein and other nutrients as well. An egg scramble is about as simple as it gets. You can just cook eggs if you are in a hurry or you can add just about anything for additional flavor and satisfaction. Ex. include chopped onion, bell peppers, πŸ„, spinich, kale, πŸ…, etc. You can add as many or as few ingredients as you wish. The more you add the more fulfilling it gets.

Felix C.
Try putting Almond Butter on anything simple, like oatmeal, cereal, toast, or an Omelette!

Almond Butter is high in protein, which will help you feel full, as well as healthy polyunsaturated fats, which will provide energy for the entire day.

Ella F.
Eggs. It’s always eggs.
If you want even simpler, mix oats with water, let it soak some moisture, then mix it with white yoghurt.

Ma Lie Y.
Smoothie's with oats. Just add a couple od scoops of oats for every cup of milk (almond preferably) and some fruits. I like to add a liitle piece od ginger too. It enhances the flavors.