What is your great breakfast?

Daryl X.
Cereals – porridge or bran flakes
Fruit with nuts and seeds or high protein yoghurt
Wholemeal toast with peanut butter or other healthy spreads

Kelen N.
I ate live natural yoghurt with seeds and fruit. I bought it because it is convenient and seems quite healthy. I am very unlikely to cook breakfast for myself.

Cathy U.
I got tired if eggs, so am doing the apple or banana paired with a protein (turkey slice, nuts, etc). Will probably bhave eggs tomorrow.

De N.
My great breakfasts usually consist of fruits of all different kinds. I start with a cup of coffee and some fruit or something light to snack on. Once it’s finished I have breakfast with my family which includes: bacon or sausage, pancakes or toast, and sometimes eggs. Along great with water.

Nevaeh P.
I like to mix ham, parmigiana cheese and milk into two egg whites. I microwave the mixture in a small sandwich size bowl, so it fits perfectly onto golden brown toast. Milk and fruit add balance to this yummy protein focused meal.

Mike R.
I’ve realized that if I don’t make breakfast the night before I won’t eat in the morning, so I eat things I can meal prep. My favorite is home made breakfast burritos with beans, sweet potatoes, eggs, etc. I cook them and freeze them until I need them. You can just reheat them with a damp cloth in the microwave. It works really well.

Alpoim Q.
Epic Oatmeal Porridge

A mix of buttery toasted oats and salted soupy oats with crushed nuts, brown sugar, mixed spice and maple syrup drizzle.

Valentin B.
My breakfast usually consists of either oats with granola, raspberries, blueberries and chia seeds. Almond or oat milk and sometimes spices such as cinnamon or tumeric. Sometimes it‘s oat bread with butter & jam or eggs in all varieties. Depends on how much time I have.

Eliott Z.
Greek yogurt with honey for protein and sugar, orange juice for a fruit, and coffee with cream and sugar for more protein and sugar.

Hertha N.
When I’m in a hurry, I make a breakfast smoothie. It’s fast and quick. Just blend up a banana, some fruit, Greek yogurt, oats, peanuts, and a fruit juice.
For mornings when I have time or nothing going on, I want to make an effort and have a good decent breakfast. Bacon, eggs, pancakes, etc.

Amor Z.
My great breakfast is an open sandwich spread with Moroccan hummus, layered with a mixed green salad topped with sliced boiled eggs…

Bedete O.
Usually a slice of bread with something on it, like butter or liver cream, etc, ham, pepper, sometimes cheese. If I have time, I also drink a hot chocolate/tea, otherwise just water.

Henry O.
My great breakfast is eggs with a protein bar or yogurt. Sometimes I eat a fruit and it kinda holds up but nothing much.

Marie E.
I choose meal replacement shakes as my great breakfast. It helps take out the question and indecision in choosing each morning and saves me time in my busy schedule.

Alyssia E.
A great breakfast is healthy and filling. Mine varies which usually consists of oatmeal and fruit, a protein packed muffin from FlapJacked, creamy buckwheat or two hard boiled eggs with fruit and granola yogurt. Pairing your meal with a nice cup of hot green tea or oolong tea helps keep you focused and doesn’t give you the afternoon slump where you need coffee.

Henry E.
3 whole hard boiled eggs.
A bit of almonds.
Olive oil.
A pinch of salt.
A tablespoon of hummus.
Couple of slices of avocado.

Ronnie Z.
Usually bacon, and eggs. Sometimes I add a couple small hash browns. Today, 5% Greek yogurt with vanilla protein. Tastes like whipped cream 🙂

Aubrey Q.
Yellow fat yoghurt with a spoonful of protein powder. I normally stir through some pumpkin seeds or pepitas for crunch.

Harold S.
Varies. Right now I enjoy pea protein milk on hemp pumpkin granola cereal with fresh strawberries from garden. Or steel cut oats and raisins or cranberries and coconut. I also enjoy fresh smoothies and plant based protein shake chocolate with pb 2 which is a powerful peanut butter alternative.

Caroline E.
Drink a glass of water with half a teaspoon of chia seed. Oatmeal with honey and almonds. Handful of pistachios. One cup of coffee.

Heinz Georg C.
omg, i don't know. maybe it's when I'm cooking for myself some eggs with potato. sometimes it's coffee and pancakes. of course I love eat bananas on breakfast. so yeah it's perfect for me.

Julia G.
now that its hot i prefer a cold breakfast.my favourite at the moment is yogurt with some nuts or meusli mixed with chopped fruit. j also like to have an egg on toast.

Jack S.
Sautéd vegetables mostly. Whatever is in the fridge – carrots, bok choy, zucchini, mushrooms – as well as some chickpeas and half an avocado. I used to add an egg on top until I found out I was egg intolerant. It’s my favourite meal of the day and, with practice, can be whipped up in 10 minutes

Marie O.
There are 2:

Fibre One (30g) with either a banana or apple and covered with 100g of liquid yougert .

Or

2 fried eggs (in a non stick pan) with one slice of cheese and a slice of whole wheat bread.

I drink 2 capsules of coffee (no sugar) with a touch of milk. (Only coffee of the day )

1 or 2 glasses of ice water

Randall E.
Turkish style breakfast, natural yogurt, salads (tomatoes and cucumber, sometimes also greens) eggs, olives and also fruits and dry fruits. Accompanied with nice grapefruit juice and freshly grounded coffee.

Samuel E.
When I’m paddling in the morning I look for some carbohydrate intake as well as protein. So o normally have açaí with a banana, one or two scramble eggs and some coffee. For extra energy, I sometimes ad cinnamon to the coffee.

Louise S.
Depending on my mood and the food group I need to intake more of. I’ll go for some toast with a side of Egg whites & spinach and a cup of fruit of my choice. Typically I do berries or a banana. I can’t forget my coffee!

Am Lie Q.
Easy: huge chopped Israeli salad, 2egg omlett, orange juice (freshly squeezed), home made walnut bread, and cream cheese.

Corey O.
My great breakfast is a smoothie with 1 banana, 1 cup milk, 1 serving greek yogurt, 1 tbsp nuts blended, and 1 scrambled egg and 1 toast on the side

Kristin P.
Mostly I do yogurt and granola (I use Natures Valley protein oats and honey granola or Kashis honey almond flax granola cereal). I also do kodiak Jack's protein pancakes with fruit and a tad of syrup, and 2 eggs (either hardboiled, over easy, or scrambled) with 1 piece of whole wheat toast. And I always do 1 cup of coffee. Not able to cut that out yet lol

Mira J.
I had breakfast with rice, eggs, spinach, soybeans, and whole bananas. Food recommendations from Fabulous really give me more energy to create a great day.

Johan U.
Since I am a dad of three and always on the go, peanut butter and either sliced apples or a banana is my go to breakfast.

Jucinara Q.
My perfect breakfast would be eggs with some form of meat and then something carbs related. An interesting choice ive found recently is omurice

Eug Nia A.
Oats cooked with Koko Dairy Alternative and some crunchy peanut butter. Topped with natural yogurt that has coconut in it

Kirk F.
As I’m not really hungry when I wake up in the mornings, I make myself a smoothie because it’s filling and nutritious without feeling like I’m eating. I use one whole banana, half cup of frozen blueberries, half cup of oats, one heaped teaspoon of chia seeds, quarter cup of cold water, quarter cup of milk. Blitz for 30 seconds and I’m done!

Isabelle Z.
I personally like to cook eggs and have some fruit. Or oatmeal is pretty fast and easy too. I’d love to start looking up so more breakfast recipes though!

Axel Q.
A power shake. It’s a way to get a surge of 3 servings of fruits and vegetables, along with protein. I do a cup of unsweetened almond milk, a cup of low carb açaí juice with all the ORACs I need, 1 serving of Udo’s oil 3 6 9 which supplements my omega fatty acids, collagen protein with 23 grams of protein, 1-2 cups frozen organic greens, 1 cup organic mixed berries and half an organic banana. Blended together and consumed after a workout!

Gene X.
Oatmeal with soy milk and frozen fruit such as mango raspberries or strawberries

Oatmeal with soy milk with cinnamon and freshly grated carrots for a carrot cake like breakfast

Mila O.
Oatmeal, with some All Bran sprinkled in there, a handful of almonds and walnuts, and half a tablespoon of flaxseeds. Depending on my mood potentially a small spoon of syrup!

Donald W.
Scrambled eggs, 2 slices of toasted bread, 2 lamb sausages, some macon, mushrooms, half a tomato and 500ml of lemon water

Micheal Z.
I love to eat overnight oats for breakfast. You make them the night before and they are easy to grab when your on the go.