What’s your favourite healthy breakfast?

Louisa Z.
Porridge made with coconut milk with fresh chopped banana, strawberries, and blueberries with linseeds with a sprinkle of Maca powder and Ashawanga powder, soya yoghurt black coffee with a tablespoon of coconut oil

Kaitlin L.
Fruits w soy joghurt, nuts and chia. A little oatmeal at times. And a mindfully brewed green tea – in a Gaiwan. Drunk w a smile 🙂

Darryl P.
An orange and my coffee. Eating the full orange and not as a juice makes you feel full while you take loads of fiber in a sweet and fresh way.

Patrizia N.
It's really hard to pick a dish. Bottom line of my favourite breakfast is lots of veggies I like. Which includes: avocado, chickpeas, mushrooms, union, tomatoes, radish, beetroot, corn. And mix it with carbs: pasta, bread, rice, crackers, noodles etc. Pick a sause and selection of herbs and spices I like and done! I also add fruit depending on if the dish mixes well with a sweet taste. A good smoothy of fruit and oatmilk is also a favourite.

Nikolaj W.
I have enjoyed overnight oats (Greek yogurt, almond milk, oats, chia seeds, and cinnamon as a base, plus some honey/banana sometimes), alongside eggs with diced sweet potatoes and/or sautéed kale. In a hurry I tried a handful of pecans (or almonds or a spoonful of natural peanut butter) with a fruit (apple/banana).

Cynthia X.
I currently enjoy whole rolled oats with chopped up banana, it has helped me get a more steady energy to start my day than just eating an average cereal.

Clara C.
I usually have one or two slices of bread with either chocolate spread or jam or avocado or salami. So whatever I have at home or feel like having that morning. Sometimes I have eggs or oatmeal.

Perry C.
Protein pancake! 1/3 cup egg whites, 1/3 cup cottage cheese, and 1/3 cup oats. Blend in a blender. Cook as you would a pancake. Top with your favorite fruit. Delicious! It’s also yummy with peanut butter on top.

Jeanne E.
A yogurt parfait with granola! Or if I’m feeling fancy, a smoothie bowl topped with granola, fruit, and a drizzle of honey

Evandro Q.
I usually eat two slices of bread with cheese or ham and tomatoes. I drink one or two glasses of water and a cup of coffee.

Jessie O.
Oats because it affords a lot of variety. I can add a number of healthy mix-ins, I can make it sweet or savory or something in between, and it's quick and easy-heat it in the microwave, go for overnight oats and just grab it from the refrigerator in the morning, or have a muesli style by allowing it to soak for about five minutes. Oats are quite versatile.

Alexander C.
Hello. I start the morning with hot water and lemon. I like to have oatmeal with a tablespoon of honey and some fruit. Occasionally I will add a few nuts. I also have an 8 ounce glass of water. The lemon water is a soothing morning detox. Oatmeal has fiber which keeps me full. The nuts add protein.

Julie C.
Fry some potato and onion in some butter, coconut oil, and pastured lard, then throw on some cheese, spinach, and eggs. Serve with two pieces of toast and grapefruit and yogurt.

Filippa E.
Smoothies! Very easy to mess with, a great way to use overripe fruit, and can be prepared the night before by cutting up and freezing the fruit chunks. Make sure to add a liquid though! Water, fruit juices, and milk are great options

Nathan Z.
Yoghurt with fagopyrus, honey and apple slices or banana. Scrambled-eggs and a slice of turkey ham.
A fresh pressed multi-juice!!
Yam yam

Jonathan Z.
I love to eat whole wheat toast with some peanut butter on it and then some eggs or turkey sausage. The protein definitely helps with the hunger that comes later.

Estanislau P.
Plain and unflavoured corn flakes topped with slices of dates, pomegranate seeds, cashews, raisin and almonds, mixed in milk with a little honey. 🙂

Caitlin J.
Bacon and eggs and a piece of bread. If that’s too much you can do turkey and eggs and whole wheat bread or no bread at all

C Lia W.
I switch between three kinds of breakfast. I try to stay away of carbohydrates so all of these breakfasts are low in carbs.
My favorite breakfast is actually kind of weird. I boil to eggs and then chop them up, mix them with a bowl of cottage cheese. People say that’s a weird meal, but I really like it. It’s full of proteins and keeps me fueled for the entire morning.
If I want something else, I eat yoghurt with Brazil nuts or scrambled eggs with cheese or smoked salmon.

Julia U.
Anything with eggs in as they fill me up! Eggs and some sort of fruit/veg e.g tomatoes and mushrooms – also with carbs so toast

Shane N.
A scrambled egg with a bit of Beecher Reserve or Chèvre cheese mixed in, cooked in the shape of a patty, then I put it on a toasted whole grain English muffin with vegan cream cheese (it has a lot less fat and more protein), fresh spinach and sometimes a fresh tomato slice.
Another version is to replace the vegan cream cheese with avocado spread.
I will also have some fresh berries, a banana, grapefruit, fresh mango, or an apple, often with a little yoghurt.
I am trying to break an ‘addiction’ to Starbucks Vanilla Frappuccino (the cold ones in bottles), as they are nothing but empty calories, fat and sugar. But they taste so great! I am finding that by drinking my full bottle of water in the morning (700ml), I am less likely to drink more than one Frappuccino (where as I used to drink 2-4 bottles over the course of the morning)!
A helpful hint to those who like cold water, as I do: after drinking a cold bottle of water with my medication before bed, I put a solidly frozen bottle of water at my bedside. It is still cold in the morning!

Barry F.
My fave healthy breakfast is a piece of multi grain toast, scrambled eggs with spinach and tomato, and a cup of coffee.

Lisa T.
Chocolate oatmeal with some kind of nut butter and date syrup. It’s fast and easy to make and tastes great. Throw some berries in there for antioxidants and you have yourself a well rounded, tasty, healthy and easy breakfast that never gets old.

Tomasz H.
Personally, I love breakfast variety – make it fun! I'll stock my pantry/fridge with all sorts of fruits and grains and proteins – berries, citrus, etc. I'm someone who HAS to have breakfast, so I like to be sure I'm enjoying that first meal. Also, I enjoy tea to wake me up, along with listening to music, as well!

Benjamin G.
I really enjoy making a smoothie bowl. The ingredients i always use are frozen or fresh berries, milk, peanut butter, and a half banana for one person. i usually top it off with granola and the remaining banana sliced. But, i don’t always give myself enough time in the morning, and i need to start doing this more. i also love eating bagels with peanut butter. yum!

Lina S.
I actually fast every morning 🙂 I've done this for many, many years and it helps me to stay centered throughout the day.

Sue Z.
I love oats in the morning topped with fruits and nuts and anything that will keep me full until lunch time. I also love having smoothies packed with healthy fruits and veggies to get all the vitamins and minerals i need in the morning to give me a boost of energy.

Thomas Z.
Probably a smoothie with eggs so I can get a good balance of protein and a good way to start my day. My favorite smoothie is a orange juice an Greek yogurt based strawberry banana smoothie. I have coffe a little bit later in the day to get more of a head start