Whole grain toast with cottage cheese and avocado slices.
Omelette with cheese, peppers, onion, and mushrooms.
On a Sunday morning my favourite breakfast is sourdough toast topped with Marmite, Avocado and poached eggs. Super tasty and healthy 🙂
To make a smoothie I tend to add banana, chia seeds, almond ( or peanut butter) and milk.
However, if I’ve been faster then scrambled eggs on bread with spread butter. Again simple fast and easy to make.
Omelets maybe my favourite as they’re so fulfilling and delicious. Except when I flip an omelette then things get messy . The sweet light crust, the fluffy surprise inside and the round golden plate turns into a heated coil of coal. I still eat it thou; syrup on top and voila! Bonific!
Porridge oats are great too. I tend to add chopped banana, chia seed and cocoa powder to mine (weird I know) and if lucky, some more of colourful fruit such as blueberry, raspberry or strawberry.
You can make porridge taste good, even thou it’s porridge.
Avec un peu d'entraînement, la préparation ne prends plus que quelques minutes tous les matins, l'utilisation d'un mortier est agréable et vous pouvez varier en fonction des fruits de saison, remplacer la poire par une pêche ou une mangue par exemple.
Bon matin ! 😋
Other days it might be oatmeal porridge with berries.
I have an acquired taste for canned sardines, mashed with tomatoes, spring onion and chilli flakes.
Or I could swap the sardines for smoked, peppered mackerel.
Being a carnivorous Brit, I can always go for a Full English Breakfast!
Nuts, Oatmeal, Eggs, Apples, and Avacado, and herbal tea are some of my favorite items to include in breakfast.
After that you can eat three eggs and three tortillas with chorizo or something else.
Otherwise, I like eggs scrambled or fried in olive oil and served over a bed of spinach and whole-grain toast. Maybe avocado too!
- Yes. As Indians and, particularly, as South Indians we’ve been raised to begin our day with food like idli, dosa, rice based foodstuff, roti and pulses, potatoes etc. But, those recipes are a lot of work and need prior prep. Also, they seem like they’re full of carbohydrates ( some good protein too, I agree). What breakfast ideas can I incorporate into my schedule if I have about 15 to 20 mins of prep time on my hands every morning?
- What’s the best thing to eat when you’re in a hurry?
- Whether it’s good to eat rice in the morning?
- What’s so great about breakfast?
- Can I eat bacon everyday?
- What are some good and easy to make vegan meals.
- Is coffee healthy?
- Would you eat rice as a breakfast?
- What are some great easy breakfasts for those of us with a very limited budget?
- What are quick breakfast options that will fill me up?