What tips do you have to prepare a super fast yet healthy breakfast?

Elizabeth O.
I work at a school so I have to be at work at 7:30 am. My go to is oats, chia seeds, frozen fruit, and almond milk. Put it all together when you wake up, and it will be ready in five minutes. It keeps me full and energetic until lunch time. It's right in protein and fiber and tastes delicious! Add honey or maple syrup to make it sweeter.
Beatrice W.
1/4 cup porridge oats
2 x 1/4 cup Milk
Microwave 2 minutes
When done mix in chopped half or full banana. You could add maple syrup or honey for more sweetness and a splash of milk on top.
Alternatively you could mix in blueberries or any fruit you like.
Tip: if using half a banana. Leave skin on when you chop it in half and use the other half in a smoothie or on toast or even the next day in your porridge.
Alyssa Z.
Eggs is always the best option. You can boiled them the night before or quickly fry them in a pan with a little bit of oil. And some toast! Also a little bit of fruit. Whether it be a banana or an apple
Elsie U.
Make your own trail mix. Grab some nuts, sunflower seeds, toffee bits, dried cherries, etc… Just don't add too many sweets or carbs!
Morgane O.
Prepare the night before!! For example, when I want to make a parfait in the morning, I cut up my berries and put my yogurt base in the jar. This helps me a ton and I hope it does the same for you!♡
Argentino F.
First i turn on the lamps for nice air then after that i let the dogs out, i put my toast on to go while i draw the curtains, then i get the ice cubes i prepared the night before and. Drop them on some water while buttering my toast finally i sit down and ncand eat
Liz C.
Prep the night before! Also, smoothies are a saving grace because you just throw everything together and go. Plus it's SO easy to add some of the stuff you might not easily get otherwise!
Rebecca O.
I usually just go for a mix of nuts if I'm in a hurry or if I'm not really hungry. Oh or a banana with a bit of peanut butter on top maybe
Mochidear N.
Have fruits and veggies easy to see in your fridge and countertop. I like to have some form of avocados, eggs, greens and some kind of carb like a fresh bagel from my favorite bakery or some toast.
Valerrie P.
My go to favorites are overnight oats (can prepare the night before), yogurt parfait (just add granola, yogurt, and toppings to a bowl doesn’t need to look pretty), toast with peanut butter or almond butter with sliced banana and hemp seeds or whatever seeds for more omega 3s, avocado toast, açaí bowl(just put all the frozen fruit into the same packet and add you additions blend and add toppings), you can also prepare homemade waffles or pancakes and freeze them and pop them in a toaster in the morning. These are my fast ones and When I have more time in the morning I’ll do a more time consuming breakfast.
Georgiana Nicoleta G.
I usually fill my fridge with a lot of healthy food so I can afford to be picky. Having basic ingredients that can be easily and quickly combined makes it fun too. Like a puzzle, which helps make you feel like a genius too. Some of my basic ingredients are milk, seeds bread, tomatos, cheese, banana, green salad, eggs, chicken sausages, fruit juice, marmalade, yoghurt, frozen fruit, cranberries, some mustard, mayo, tea, honey. How many ways can you find to combine these ingredients?
Mustafa Z.
Strategic grocery shopping: it starts in the grocery store. Make sure you have on hand the ingredients for simple breakfasts makes it more likely you'll make the breakfast (e.g. oatmeal or leftovers from last nights healthy, homecooked dinner).
Alo S Q.
I like to drink a smoothie in the morning! I use a banana, a spoon of peanut butter, a bit of cinnamon and oat milk, just blend and drink! Healthy, energetic, fast and super tasty! 🙂
Emily B.
Think about it the night before, and if possible, prep some stuff. Sometimes, at the end of the day it can be hard to add one more thing to your to-do list, so the next best thing is to simply think about it! That way, you don't have to scramble in the morning and can easily add it to your routine.
Lori P.
What I did was search for recipes, key words: fast and healthy, all so I would tell you to talk to a professional about your diet, it will help you making the breakfast more useful. Organize your time and everything will be fine. GOOD LUCK!
Ann N.
I like making oats with almond milk and as a substitute of sugar I like to add honey then I top it off with my favorite fruits🍍🍎🍓🍇. Especially bananas 🍌
Julianna X.
I got my self an apple slicer which made it easy to slice apples quickly when I'm in a hurry. Sprinkle a bit of lemon juice to make them not brown as fast and throw them in a bag. I also made "breakfast cookies" which are oatmeal cookies with very little sugar. So it's oatmeal in a bite!
Rebecca U.
At the moment i mostly grab a protein bar if I'm in a rush, but often the best breakfasts are the simplest ones. Banana pancakes (1 banana, 2 eggs) with whatever toppings I can find is always the slow release winner
Queen Z.
A super fast healthy AND yummy breakfast! Is some porridge and all nut peanut butter! Its the best! Im just hoping you arent allergic to them if you are add banana and cinnamon in stead.
Jamie N.
Have your breakfast ingredients in the same place. I guess what helps me is that I found a breakfast that I really like, and it's the same everyday with some alterations. I am always thinking the balance. Carbs, protein, vitamins. So that's easy to decide the combinations. My favourite breakfast is, scrambled eggs ( with oat milk ) , on wholemeal tost, with tomatoes, avocado, and flat leaf parsley and a fruit.
Christopher C.
Make sure to have eggs a cup of coffee and enough butter for some french toast. Breakfast is simple when you dont over think it.
Adam E.
I prepare instant oats with some water, crack an egg on top and zap it in the microwave for 90 seconds, give or take. Then let sit for 60 seconds to cool off. Super nutritious, got your protein, complex carbs/whole grains, and healthy fats from the yolk mixes really well with the oats.
Michael Z.
Crack an egg or two into a microwave safe mug, scramble, and put in the microwave for a minute. When it’s done, put some shredded cheddar cheese and a spoonful of salsa on top. You can eat it right out of the mug.
Sarah M.
Place in a lidded container:
Rolled oats (not quick cook)
A handful of chopped nuts
Half a handful of dried fruit
Pour in milk of your choice
Refrigerate overnight
In the morning, toss on some pumpkin seeds and a splash of milk and you have your own muesli! Enjoy hot or cold.
Ani P.
Start with fruits,they keep your body energized and refreshed.Grap a small plate and cut several kinds of fruit with muesli,it will look nice.
Dariusz X.
On the weekdays I find I eat best once showered and dressed. I make a cup of coffee and mix some granola and yogurt. Switching the flavors or yogurt gives me something to look forward to and is a fun change.
Saionara I.
I have a weekly fruit and veg box delivered so always have fresh fruit to hand as well as a bag of mixed berries in the freezer.
If I am going to be leaving the house early in the morning, I prepare overnight oats the evening before.
Cristina X.
I only just recently started eating breakfast but I'd say that the quickest yet tastiest breakfast is a banana and a handful of nuts. You can make a banana and peanut butter sandwich or just eat a banana or apple on your way to school/work
Jennifer G.
I would suggest overnight oats. It’s about 10 minute prep at night but all you do is remove from fridge and enjoy the next morning.
Nathaniel O.
I make a list of what I will eat every week in advance. On Mondays I typically have a big breakfast bacon and or/ sausage egg and cheese sandwich, a bowl of fruit, a small of juice ( not really into juice) Tuesday, I have 2 boiled eggs and a bowl of fruits, Wednesday I have grits and an over easy egg on it, Thursdays I have a coffee bullet with a bowl of fruits, Fridays I have an all meat breakfast with water only and for the weekend I typically go out for breakfast or order breakfast in as a treat. But after every breakfast I have a cup of coffee or tea.
Marcell Y.
I usually eat bread with butter, cheese and ham on top, plus vegetables on the side (a tomato, carrot, bell pepper). If I don't have time to nicely prepare everything and put it on a plate I just put stem in my mouth from the packaging (after washing, for the veggies).
Cynthia E.
I make ahead egg muffin cups or egg fritatta in a casserole pan (containing egg substitute, cheese, veggies, everything I would put in an omelet). I put single servings in containers to reheat in the microwave or take on the go.