What is your advice for quick time saver breakfast?

Courtney C.
Hard boil eggs and keep in fridge then have an egg(s) and a piece of fruit.
Make “overnight oatmeal” letting oatmeal soak overnight in yogurt…ready in am for healthy breakfast.

Benjamin P.
Oatmeal – filling, delicious and can accommodate healthy add ins!
Find a fast breakfast spot with healthy options, such as Freshii. Prep the night before.

Gavin Z.
Experiment during the weekend. I usually make a mix of tomatoe, onion and 2 eggs. Fry the onion and the tomatoe and onion. Drink some water then make coffee. By the time I finish those I dump the eggs in and presto breakfast. Honestly that takes around 7 mins

Josini Z.
During the week when I have run out the door to get to work, I use oatmeal (the ones that come in a cup) I add hot water to the line in the cup, a table spoon of peanut butter, and slices of banana. Mix it all up and it’s done in less than 5min. If I don’t have time for that, a bansna and peanut butter. Sometimes, I boil eggs the night before, peel them and put two in a container in the fridge. In the morning, just grab it and go. On weekends, when I have a little more time, I fry up couple of eggs in pita bread with slices of avocado and a piece of fruit. I hope this helps.

Megan J.
A banana and a handful of nuts. You can buy small tubs of things like walnuts or almonds, or even dried fruit, in supermarkets.

Violet B.
I have banana on toast when I want a quick breakfast in the morning. Or overnight oats are good if yku have time to make them the night before, just store in the fridge to grab when you wake up.

Eva E.
I like healthy banana wheat and nut bread, another is banana and oat and semi sweet chocolate cookies. I try to use healthy or organic ingredients and where I can replace sugar with honey, or I use organic raw sugar. I like sandwiches, but in the morning I will stick with few ingredients. A favorite of mine is a sandwich with eggs, avocados, honey mustard, and rye bread.

Nicolas C.
Anything you can prepare the night before, or even days before. One of my fave breakfasts is to make egg cups in muffin tins for the week. That way I get protein even if I'm running late, because I can just grab a mini frittata or quiche or whatever and go.

Valentin E.
On weekdays, I usually just throw a banana/apple and some peanut butter into my bag to enjoy at my desk at work. Some days I'll grab a little yogurt and granola. These things pack up quickly, satiate my sweet tooth, and keep me full throughout my morning meetings.

Amanda Z.
1.An apple, a handful of almonds.
2. Cook & Portion oatmeal for the week. Microwave, grab, and go.
3. Smoothie-have a smoothie book on hand for variety and quick reference (I like Zero Belly Smoothies.” If you have bananas and berries and greens in the freezer, they are easy to throw together.
4. Avocado Toast

Marcus Z.
Bit boring, but pre-make steelcut oats on the weekend and keep in Tupperware. Then in AM, combine with one scoop peanutbutter, small handful of craisins, and dash of cinnimmon, then microwave for 1:30. All in all, no more than 3-4 minutes, and insanely good for you.

An Bal Z.
I set up my electric steamer to steam equal parts sweet potatoes and apples while I exercise, so it’s ready when I am. Can do about 3 days worth at a time.

Art T.
Prepare the night before. Either have things set out ready to make or make the actual breakfast so you can just take it and go. Overnight oats are also a great option.

Bryan P.
If you work, prepare what you can the night before. I usually take an hour after dinner to clean up dinner and prepare breakfast and lunch for the next day. Since you are full from dinner, it will help you to not overpack your meals. This will save you time and stress in the morning!

Jacinta A.
Mornings with commutes can make it very difficult to cook a good hot breakfast every morning. Prepping oatmeal with some high protein peanut butter the night before makes it a lot easier to eat a good breakfast with a busy morning schedule.

Armando S.
I prep as much as possible the night before, and keep everything front and center in the refrigerator and all of the tools I'll need to cook out overnight, so it's as easy as possible.

Morgane I.
My go to breakfast is granola or museli with yoghurt and some fruit. Easy to prep the night before, and the pre-packaged fruit pots (in juice) are an excellent time saver

Isaac I.
Do as much as you can the night before. Boil eggs, overnight oats, put out things for a smoothie, or pack a portable breakfast.

Beverly E.
I love my egg cooker! It steams a two egg omelet in about 5 min. I toast a skinny sandwich bread, spread it with pesto, & a perfect breakfast sandwich is born!

Aiden J.
Pick and then commit i have a hard time choosing so less is more i love the new raisin bran with bananas three spoons mixed in plain greek yogurt

Dilermando N.
Healthy smoothie made out of fruits or vegetables. My favourite is magic bullet. You just peel, cut to smaller pieces (even just a half is enough) and turn on, you'll have an amazing breakfast within minutes.

Zoe N.
I keep 6-oz yogurts on hand. Mix in 1/4 cup granola (and a slosh of milk) for a delicious, quick meal, with both proteins and healthy carbs. Quick, easy, and delicious!

Evangelos X.
Well, there are several options that I like. One is a vegan protein shake (I like the vegan ones just because they don't have whey which my body doesn't like) along with a banana or apple (something solid to chew on to satisfy that need for solid food). Another option is overnight oats. There are tons of different recipes on Pinterest or other places online. They are super quick to make, about 2 min.s the night before, and can be very filling. Also, if in a really tight spot with nothing in the house and no time to go to the store, McDonald's actually has a good egg white mcmuffin that's pretty good along with an oatmeal and a fruit and yogurt parfait.