Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and you shouldn’t miss it just because you’re in a time crunch. Here are a few breakfast ideas that are quick, easy and tasty.
Whole Grain Waffles and Apples
Keep it simple with 100% Whole Grain Waffles. They are 100 calories each and an apple is about 80 calories. Making this breakfast 280 calories. You can buy these frozen waffles at Whole Foods for only $1.99 if you get the 365 brand!
Cheese Eggs Whites & Grits
Grits and egg whites take literally five minutes to make. Mix in peppers, spinach and cheese into egg whites, then layer the eggs on top of the grits. Mix it up and eat! I like to add some green beans on the side.
Oatmeal w/ Fruit & Nuts
Pour some oatmeal in a bowl, pour in a little water and add in some sliced bananas. Then heat up the oatmeal for a minute and thirty seconds. Once its nice and heated add in some fruit and nuts. Wham Bam, you got a great breakfast!
Apples & Peanut Butter
I love some peanut butter with apples. Simple, quick and oh so sweet. It’s like dessert in the morning. You can also use almond butter w/ honey for the dip. It’s my new favorite snack.
Greek Yogurt w/ Nuts & Fruit
Here’s a great source of protein for ya, and low in fat. 0% Fage Greek Yogurt with organic honey, strawberries, almonds and banana slices.
2 Ingredient Banana Pancakes
1 banana & 2 eggs blended and made like pancakes, topped with honey, strawberries and walnuts.
Tomato & Mozzarella Bagel Panini
Toast whole wheat bagel thins for 20 seconds. Add cheese tomatoes and spinach then put it in the oven to broil for a minuter. Smash the thins together and eat.
Egg & Spinach Burrito
Cut a whole wheat tortilla in half and add in your eggs and wrap. Be sure to add some veggies to you eggs to spice it up a bit.
A smoothie is a great way to start your day. This smoothie just contains frozen strawberries, a banana and coconut water. Simple and quick. Mix in the fruits and veggies you like and blend up an energy smoothie, to keep you alert throughout the day.
Almond Milk w/ Walnuts & Fruit
Here we have a bit of almond milk, walnuts, strawberries, blueberries, dried cranberries and blackberries. Mix up the fruits and nuts you like and have a healthy cereal to go! You can even add in some homemade granola.
Bagel Thin w/ Peanut Butter & Fruit
Another one of my go tos, easy peasy.
Healthy Oatmeal Cookies
I had a phase where I ate these almost everyday. Two-ingredient recipe here.
With love, Fitty Fatty.