What’s a quick, easy, warm meal that makes it easier to eat breakfast at home (and not in the car!)?

Olivier E.
Oatmeal! It is easy to customize to your tastes and is really cheap if you buy the big rolled oats canister. You can cook it on the stove, microwave, or rice maker too.
Rodney B.
A bol of oats and milk is all you need for the morning it keeps the hunger away, is actually healthy and delicious and its easy to make
Lilou Y.
Banana pancakes are a personal favorite of mine! You can just mash up a banana with a fork, and mix an egg in (though i’d look up a recipe to be sure the proportions are right) and then use that mixture as a pancake batter! delicious and full of protein 🙂
Alexandro F.
Toast with a spread and fruit. I usually do peanut butter and banana. Very comforting and delicious. You can also try hot oatmeal, fried eggs, or heating up some dinner leftovers.
Alice J.
Instant oatmeal is super easy for me. It only takes a few minutes to make, I can add whatever fruit to it that I want, and it’s easy to eat while I’m doing other morning tasks!
No Mia Y.
I usually have some fried eggs, Because it’s such an easy and quick way to get som protein and it tastes great. But some oatmeal is also a great breakfast, with some blueberries and cinnamon maybe.
Norma G.
I have a 2 egg omelette every morning with a little salt and a tomato on the side. It takes me about 10 mins to make and eat but if you have less time then maybe have some museli/porridge with honey or yoghurt and berries. That takes about 2 mins to make in the microwave, it tastes good, and it's pretty quick to eat.
Debbie P.
Toast or a crumpet with Vegemite (low sugar). A bit of fruit on the side. And a cup of tea. If I have longer then a poached egg on top is better, with some fresh tomato and kael on the side.
Rafael B.
For a quick easy warm breakfast I like the oatmeal that comes in its own cup, where you just add water and microwave for about 45 secs.

Yes, you can probably get a 10 pack of oatmeal for the price of 3-4 cups, but usually the cups come in a variety of flavor and feature ingredients (almonds, chia, cranberries, walnuts, etc.) that the packages don’t offer.

It doesn’t require you to stop and grab a bowl, and you toss it in the the trash/recycling and go when done.

Plus at about $1.00 a cup, it is still an inexpensive breakfast option.

El Onore Y.
OATMEAL. Super quick and easy (even microwaveable!) and you can add whatever toppings you want (peanut butter, chocolate, maple syrup, honey, cinnamon, raisins, nuts, sugar, the possibilities are endless!)
Frederic U.
I make a batch of lentils and store them in the fridge. Take out a scoop, warm in the microwave and top with a drizzle of balsamic vinegar, fresh tomatoes or a sprinkle of sumac. Yum!
Flavie Q.
Overnight oats! You can prepare them in a mason jar the night before and then just pop the whole thing in the microwave in the morning. Takes way less time than a traditional breakfast and if you need to eat it in the car (we’re all desperately late sometimes) it’s totally portable!
Celina Z.
Porridge with honey. Add low fat milk to the oats, 1 large spoon of honey. Place it in the Microwave for 1 minute 30 seconds, makes a delicious, quick, warm breakfast.
Nelson C.
Oatmeal. Buy healthy oatmeal packets from the grocery store, all you have to do is heat up water in a kettle and pour in to the bowl. You can make it sweeter with brown sugar or honey.
Madison P.
Instead of cooking oatmeal on the stovetop or in the microwave, try ‘Overnight Oats’. You simply soak oats in milk overnight in the fridge. In the morning you have a read to eat pot of oatmeal. This can be warmed in the microwave. And, because the oats have soaked up the milk overnight, they do not need to be cooked to the same extent in the microwave. This method lowers the risk of the oatmeal ‘popping’ over the inside of the microwave and leaves you with only one pot and spoon to wash up. Also, because you have prepared it the night before, you may be more likely to eat it in the morning.
Brett W.
I like making steel cut oats in the rice cooker. I put oats and water in the rice cooker and then mash up a half of a banana, some cinnamon, and a little salt. It’s warm and yummy.
Willie C.
A favorite of mine since I was a kid is grits and eggs. Scramble, salt and pepper the eggs. Add a little butter and sugar to the grits. Then add the eggs, mix and enjoy!
L A Z.
You may have heard of this but some plain oatmeal with some nuts (walnuts, almonds etc) and fruit (Apples, grapes etc) and a little honey