What’s the easiest breakfast menu you can think of?

Sylvie Q.
Oatmeal with fruit/nuts, yogurt with fruit/nuts, whole grain bread with nut butter, smoothie with protein powder, or tofu scramble with veggies that was previously made so all you have to do in the morning is heat up.

Astrid F.
Toast with an egg and cheese, plus possibly a piece of fruit.
Could also add a premade smoothie adding a bit of veggies to the morning with fruit and plain Greek yogurt.
Oatmeal with peanut butter, bacon and a piece of fruit.
Make your own breakfast sandwich with toast, egg, cheese, tomato, etc.
All toast would be multigrain or sprouted bread.

Leon P.
Pre-made egg muffins or overnight oats. Really anything that you can make (or even better – batch) beforehand and then just grab and go in the morning.

Maria C.
The easiest would be bliled eggs and an apple/banana. Its easy and requires less preperation. Alternatively you can add a bowl of oats and milk to the mix and it will be an energetic meal to start the day

Veronica Z.
Honestly I just go with cereal most mornings because it is super quick and easy to make. It also tastes pretty good… I know it's not the healthiest, so another breakfast menu I like is toast with some fruit on top.It's super good and filling.

Jonathan Z.
Scrambled eggs with ham or a bowl of Greek yoghurt with apple, berries and walnuts with a drizzle of honey. A bowl of cereal can be good for days you are less prepared as long as it isn't full of sugar!

Olivia F.
Try and of these to start with – scrambled eggs, overnight oats, a banana or apple, tofu or paneer scramble, avocado toast.

Victoria T.
I like to make something with oats as they keep you going for a long period of time without getting hungry. I also like fruit for some sweetness and micronutrients. So I sometimes make porridge and sometimes make oat pancakes 🙂 both a quick to make and very yummy to eat!

Emmie F.
An apple with peanut butter. Protein and fiber. Eggs are my preference but take more time to prepare (though still not very much time).

Ricky N.
Throw a handful frozen berries, unsalted nuts and a banana into a blender. Cover with milk/cocunut milk and add cereal mix. Blend and enjoy

Devon O.
Probably a yogurt with granola and honey. This is easy to assemble and takes about 5-10 minutes to eat. Another quick breakfast would be a smoothie. I use frozen strawberries, frozen bananas, frozen blueberries, oats, water, and ice if my ingredients weren't previously frozen. Some people use protien powder but I prefer to go without it because it throws off the flavor. Another ingredient I would suggest is spinach because it doesn't leave a taste, but still get a veggie in there.

Clarisse A.
Anything I can take with me to go – like fruits and vegetables that can be quickly peeled and nuts for example. Basically that don’t require any preparation so that’s why.

Robert P.
When I don't have the time to make breakfast, I buy a yoghurt (no sugar) and a smoothie. And drink a lot of water. This keeps me energised.

Alison E.
I cook a big pot of steel cut oatmeal with blueberries. I just heat up what I need in the morning. Plain yogurt with fruit, nuts and a little real Maple syrup is also easy and quick. A non traditional (and whole 30) breakfast is a sweet potato with nuts and fruit.

Ortwin X.
Banana based smoothie. I use a banana, an egg, any cereal/nut milk, and then I add other supplents such as seeds, cocoa powder, Spirulina, bee polen, and others.

Ellen Z.
Scrambled eggs, Gordon Ramsey-style. It’s a slow stirring of the eggs over low heat and when they are almost finished, you add a dollop of creme fresh or sour cream. The eggs become silky and wonderful.

Maureen F.
Love prepackaged hard boiled eggs with some sort of cheese as a side! If you are craving carbs, a slice of whole wheat toast is great too!

Lukas T.
3 scrambled Eggs, I add Milk, Salt then mix, finally I add little bit of pepper with some shredded cheese and waa-la.
I also eat it with a cup of oatmeal, add some fruits depending what I’m feeling that day and that my easy breakfast.

Charlie O.
Two eggs cracked into a small cast iron skillet. Stir a little with a fork. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Grab a handful of fresh spinach. Pinch it into small pieces with your fingers and throw in with your eggs. Cook till eggs are to your liking, sprinkle with low fat cheese. Sometimes I sprinkle a little garlic jalapeno spice on top.

Hauke Q.
A simple alternative for a quick and easy breakfast is having fruits (Bananas, Apples, Avocado), protein (Scrambled eggs with tomatoes and onions) and healthy fat (nuts). Having these basic ingredients every day gives me all I need to start my day quickly and full of energy.

Alice W.
Cottage cheese, blueberries, raspberries, and a handful of walnuts. I make it using frozen berries and then eat it once I’m at work.

Theodore E.
avocado toast is always nutritious and easy to throw together on a busy morning. As well as overnight oats and smoothies!

Slavica F.
A healthy cereal is very easy to make. If you want something a little different, eggs and whole wheat toast are super simple as well.

Silas W.
Scrambled eggs on wholemeal toast. It’s healthy and filling and you can add other toppings like fried tomatoes, spinach, cheese or avocado to make it more interesting 🙂

Dittmar T.
I like instant oatmeal or overnight oats or chia pudding with fruit and yoghurt or nut butter or nuts. It keeps me energized and full till lunch.

Amauri F.
I think the easiest breakfast is drinking milk and eating banana. But you can prepare a sandwich at night for morning with cheese and lettuce. I hope it is effective for you…

Siegrid U.
I like cottage cheese with fresh berries on an English muffin. Also oatmeal with fruit, pine nuts, and slivered almonds.

Alison E.
Hmmm 🙂 boiled eggs are easy to make, With a slice of toast and some cheese maybe? look up how to boil an inverted or inside out egg! It just might add some fun to your morning (if ur not in a hurry)!

Jim Q.
Banana, yoghurt and a handful of walnuts is probably the easiest healthy breakfast I can think of. No preparation, simple to clean up, easy to have on hand but still provides protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals.

Barbara W.
2 ways of easy brekkie first being you make a brekkie cup the night before whether it be chia pod or a porridge meal or birsher muesli
Breakfast on the day I would say medium boiled eggs with some parsley in a hot crunchy roll YUM and easy the eggs cook the same time as the bread minimum mess afterwards ..i never peel eggs i just scoop them out with a teaspoon 🙂

Kristina G.
One that you craft yourself beforehand, and constantly update if you get an idea and has at few options to choose from (doesn't need to have many choices from the get~go, the growth is included in the update part)

Gotthard F.
The easiest break fast is eggs for me. They are quick and yummy and go well with a lot of things. Apples are a good alternative incase I don't feel like cooking.
I prefer warm food.

Elise X.
My ideal easy breakfast menu is a big mug of hot rice milk with coffee and one pancake made with one large egg and 3-4 tablespoons of oatmeal. When I’m extra lazy, instead of cooking said pancake, I like throwing two slices of whole meal bread from the freezer in the toaster and topping them with Gouda cheese slices or grilled chicken fillet.

Teresa Z.
I make oatmeal for 6 days in glass jars so then I just have to reheat them every morning. I add cranberries or blueberries, agave, chia seeds and almond butter after it's been reheated. It's delicious and flavorful. Keeps my full for 5 hours.

Matteo E.
I had that question too. Initially making fried eggs seemed good but now i think best is to put two slices of bread in the grill, prepare for the day and then spread butter and honey. The fastest but not ideal if you want to have your breakfast on the go though would be cereal in milk. Add a frozen banana or nuts and raisins and done.

Nora F.
I think you need to start your day with a bowl of fruit and some yogurt. Also, you can have a boiled egg with some toast bread.

Adem J.
A homemade smoothie or shake, you can make it the night before if you’re short on time (although freshly made in the morning is better) and it’s also easy to take in if you’re not really feeling hungry. If you make a smoothie you can use some green tea or water as a liquid, some fruit and some greens for a steadier absorption of the sugar in the fruit. If you make a shake you can use milk or yoghurt and oats and some honey for example. Make sure to drink two big glasses to have a proper breakfast

Samantha B.
Oatmeal in the microwave=. Under 3 minutes. Overnight oats = 0 minutes-make it the night before. English muffin with peanut butter. Granola and yogurt. The quickest way to make breakfast is to plan ahead. Set out everything for the morning, or make it the night before so it's ready when you wake up.

Tristan J.
A glass of juice carrot juice

An omelette with a few veggies like broccoli, mushrooms and red onion (my favorite combo 😁)

A side of fruit 🍌 🍏🍓🥝

Thea C.
I usually have a smoothie bowl, (you can’t find easy recipes online), or i have scrambled eggs cooked in olive oil, on top of avocado toast.

Sofia G.
My easiest breakfast menus are either oatmeal with nuts or half a cup of Granola, some dried fruits and a small amount of nuts.
I use lactose free milk and since I don't eat meats, I find nuts satisfy me a lot. When I have the time I cook an omelette with veggies.

Jorge Z.
I would say these items are the easiest things to cook for breakfast: oatmeal, eggs, pre-cooked bacon or sausage, egg bake (because you pre make it and heat it up when ready throughout the week), toast with avocado (and maybe an egg or bacon to add more protein – you could turn it into a sandwich!).

Agnes Y.
I can think about cereals with yogurt, some fruit and an espresso at the end. Unfortunately in the morning I do not have appetite so for me it's difficult to imagine a bigger breakfast.

Lesa O.
Because I am a night owl and often not hungry until almost noon, I have a hard time with morning breakfast- which scared me off the whole concept. Then I found that if i let my Body wake up first, I could have a breakfast meal and not have it be first thing when I wake up. This means I am ready to eat and feeling good at about 11:30AM. It also means that I’m already in the middle of my day and my meal needs to be super simple. With that in mind, so far what is working best is peanut butter toast with a little honey or some Greek yogurt with coconut granola and a little brown sugar. The sweetness keeps the meal appetizing which also helps when I’m not feeling super hungry. I know you’re thinking 1130 but that’s lunch! The thing is is I’m not ready for a full meal yet then either. In fact, I had been Eating only when I got home from work and had time to make a meal so sometimes I didn’t eat until seven or eight at night. Now I have a breakfast at 11:30 AM a lunch around 3 PM and I’m still having dinner around seven or eight but I put all my meals about four hours apart and it’s keeping my energy levels up which is great now I can just stick with it!

Kylian Y.
Prepped egg and bacon that I can reheat in five minutes or so. A protein bar could substitute but I don’t think it would have the same impact.

Alison E.
Oatmeal porridge or a bread sandwich. Oats with low fat milk,chia seeds,pomogranete,almonds, blueberry jam,peanut butter ,walnuts, any other seasonal fresh fruits, all mixed up and soaked overnight in the fridge.

Nicky E.
Monday- Whole Grain Toast with Peanut Butter and Apples.
Tuesday- Seedy Brown Bagel with cream cheese and berries.
Wednesday- Buy an energy healthy cereal and do this with milk and fruit
Thursday: An egg with a healthy smoothie. (Smoothies seem complicate but I promise they’re not)
Friday: Fruit Salad and Greek Yogurt.
Weekends, repeat some of this or have a set day to treat yourself, for example, on Saturday’s I have Nutella, but it’s planned.

Meghan Y.
For me, it’s two hard boiled eggs and a piece (or two) of fruit. The eggs have the protein I need to get my day started while the fruit has the sweetness to derail me from doing a donut or something. Both are really portable for being “on the go” — just peel the eggs the night before!

Wayne U.
Eggs are my most favorite thing to make. So usually within that I'll make scrambled eggs or an omelette and those can contain many other ingredients. Bell peppers, onions, ham, sausage, and others are able to be added. I also usually try toast (whole wheat is what I've always grown up with!) And that too can be used for a variety of toppings. I usually like to do preserved fruit. It's a healthier option then jam or jellies because it contains just the fruit and a perservitive or two instead of mountains of sugar that'll have you crash. Finally, I try to add in a fruit or vegetable. After my family and I picked 16 lbs of strawberries, we have been trying to eat them up! A little cup allows a bit of a natural sweetness into the meal and makes it so much more colorful. Lastly, I drink a 12 oz glass of milk. Sometimes on my slower days, I'll do coffee, but usually milk is my favorite option.

Ida P.
Scrambled Eggs with some fruit smoothie. The smoothie usually consista in almond or coconut milk with fruit and vegetables like cellery or spinach. That way you have three fundamental group foods and it takes very little time to prepare.

Renee T.
Here’s my breakfast that I love. Whole grain toast with mashed avocado, arugula, and an egg over easy on top with a little salt and pepper. Then some fruit.

Sina E.
Breakfast Burritos – eggs and summer sausage with cheese. Oatmeal with fruit. Pancakes/waffles. You can make ahead and freeze and eat whenever you want one.

Thea X.
My new favorite is a bowl of steel cut oatmeal with a few pecans, a tbsp of peanut butterand honey each, and a whole banana! It keeps me full and satiated all morning, sometimes until mid afternoon.

Marion F.
Easiest in terms of cooking? An Italian/French breakfast will consist of just a cup of coffee or tea, and some cookies or toast with jam or some type of croissant. 😋

Jeanette X.
I've struggled with that many times! In the end, my favourite choice was a cup of Greek yogurt with a handful of almonds. My second choice is avocado toast and an apple.