Waking up can be tough, and making breakfast can be even tougher if you’re short on time. Here are seven easy breakfast ideas that only take a few minutes!
Muesli with yogurt
If you’re a fan of oats, nuts and dry fruit, this one’s for you! Mix the muesli with your favorite yogurt, and let it sit for a few minutes. The oats will soften up and will give your yogurt a thicker, creamier feel. (Tip: if you want even softer oats and nuts, this method also works very well if you let the muesli sit in the yogurt overnight.)
Do yourself a favor and raid your supermarket’s frozen vegetable section. Frozen vegetables save you the time it takes to wash and chop, and they taste just as good. Try starting your day the green way by adding frozen veggies to your scrambled eggs.
Boil potatoes (and then crisp them up the next day)
Boil potatoes and then leave them in your fridge overnight (they can last about three to four days). Since the potatoes are pre-cooked, you won’t have to use as much oil to fry them and give them a crispy texture for hash browns the next morning.
Get a cup and layer up some yogurt, fruit, granola, or whatever else you enjoy having for a sweet yet nutritious treat.
Add boiling water, and whatever toppings you enjoy. You can make it sweet with maple syrup and fruit, or try it savory with cheese and vegetables.
Rich in omegas and protein, adding fish to your diet can be easy and yummy too (I promise). Try making fisherman’s eggs, which is sardines cooked in tomato sauce with eggs on top.
Pick out your favorite fruits and veggies and blend them up! It’s hard to go wrong with making smoothies. You can also include an extra boost of nutrients with flaxseeds or chia seeds.