What is your go-to quick meal for breakfast?

Gerardo Q.
Yoghurt and banana is my quick breakfast or rolled oats with milk and maple syrup if I think to soak them the night before!

Jeffery X.
The past few days I've been on an avocado toast/English muffin kick, add some salt and pepper and a handful of baby heirloom tomatoes. Yum yum!

Nicole F.
I have been eating oatmeal and medium roast coffee with a dash of skinny syrups (zero sugar/calories)! I make both of them up while I am getting ready and once they are done they have time to cool off and by the time I am ready to eat they are at perfect temperatures!

Abigail E.
Smoothies! Super easy to make in the beginning of the week and store them in the freezer. I usually will pull it in the fridge the day before, and reblend my day portion a little bit more day of. I typically will put kale, strawberries, blueberries, bananas, pineapple, mangos, etc. Huge fruit person, but you can use whatever! I use 6-7 large ice cubes. This will typically give me about 3, 20oz smoothies… about 3 large icecubes will give provide you 1 portion, but I noticed that if I blend my smoothie enough to not get bits of fruits, it makes it more liquidity rather than a thicker smoothie like I prefer. I say add more icecubes for more of a thicker consistency, but keep in mind it may add to your quantity. Then add 3oz of water per smoothie.

Graciano F.
I’ve been making smoothies lately! Typically I start with a base of bananas and almond milk and from there I add other fruits and powders! Otherwise I’ve been eating toast with peanut butter for protein!

Frances Z.
Normally, I am not very hungry in the morning, so I usually have something small and simple like a cup of unsweetened applesauce and some lactose-free skim milk. Another option is banana or apple with peanut butter or rice cakes with peanut butter. If you want to have something like eggs in the morning, but don’t have the time, I suggest boiling an egg or two the night before.

Nicole Z.
My favourite go-to meal is Oatmeal with small chunks of apple and a sprinkle of cinnamon! This is quick and easy, but also very healthy, nutritional and yummy!

I also love having some yogurt mixed in with fruit, such as berries or making a smoothie!

Another easy breakfast is chia pudding, I make it the night before, then I grab it in the morning put some toppings and EAT!!

It is all up to you what you like and how much time you have!
I hope this helped!😁

Ang Le E.
Fruit Protein Smoothie:
70g frozen fruit mix
120g frozen veggies
25-50g protein powder
1/2 tbsp honey
~1 cup pulp free OJ
1/3 cup milk
Blend.
Usually pretty thick, add water to drink quickly.

Filiz N.
One piece of fruit can always do good. For example, a banana or an apple, these are things that I can eat quickly on the road and feel like I ate too.

Catherine N.
A smoothie in the blender- I put half a banana, handful of oats, cup of plant based milk, and a Tbsp of peanut butter. If I have spinach, other fruit, yogurt, or cacao nibs I might add them depending on how I feel that day.

Christine Y.
I usually go for the below options:
• fruit platter
– often go w/ apple, grapes, banana and mandarin/orange
• muesli w/ yoghurt or milk
– w/ fresh fruit if possible
• oatmeal
• boiled eggs and veggie snacks
– such as carrot and cucumber

Rom O Z.
If I'm at home I enjoy a bowl of chocko granola with milk and if I'm at work I take a Kefir yogurt with fruit gel with me ..it's quick and I can put it in my bag and go .

Leidemere Q.
Hey, oatmeal/muesli with banana and walnuts was the best choice for me so far, it's also great to eat an apple or any other fruit in addition 🙂 Have a great day!

Norman U.
Yoghurt, nuts and fresh or dried fruit makes a brilliant breakfast, I even occasionally crumble a protein brownie through it to give me an extra boost!

Simona Z.
For me an omelette, fried egg or milk with cereals ,granola my favorite, its a nice start in the morning , and I also like toasted bread with cheese spread and a cup of tea. With some veggies like cherry tomatoes, cucumber, radish, avocado.

Disney Q.
Two fried eggs on a slice on thick toast with a tiny amount of bbq sauce with sautéed spinach, garlic and spring onion on top. Only needs one pan and takes 5 minutes.

Anolido P.
Overnight Oats
You can make it night before so in the morning you can just microwave it or eat as it is.
1. Mash rape banana.
2. Microwave 1/2 cup of milk with spoon of chia seeds for 45 seconds.
3. Add oats to the banana.
4. Add milk with chia seeds.
5. Add your favourite extras like cinnamon, nuts, raisins etc or leave it as it is
6. Put it into the fridge for a few hours/overnight
7. Enjoy your meal! 🖤

Laurine C.
I love an apple, no prep time and I start with one of my five a day, as an occasional treat I'll have smoked Haddock and poached egg