Breakfast IS the most important meal of our day but… I hate waking up early – who does anyway?! I value sleep over preparing a nice hearty breakfast. But what if I told you you can get a good nutritious breakfast without giving up sleep?!
A pack of Goji Berries and Cream granola with milk
If you don’t have time to munch at home, buy a pack of milk from 7-11 and mix it with granola. Quick, yumz, and so easy you can do it blindfolded.
Grab & Go overnight oats
Video credits: Quaker
I love something sweet-ish but not overly sweet in the morning and this is really so good and healthy!
Make it: Add oats, milk, yogurt, banana, chia seeds and whatever spices you like. Chill overnight.
Peanut butter on wholemeal bread
Picture credits: http://www.belfastchiropracticclinic.com/the-truth-about-breakfast-cereals/sony-dsc/
Nut butter spreads are a better alternative to nutella, jams and kaya. Here’s why.
Low sugar soya bean milk and banana
Instead of making a smoothie, have them separately. You’ll likely feel fuller as your body takes time to chew the banana, giving your body more time to digest the food.
Instant Acai bowl with rejuvenation topper
Early mornings are about rejuvenating yourself. (psst and that’s how the rejuvenation topper was formed). Along with the acai, it’s the ultimate combination of superfood ever! High in antioxidants, protein, fibre, and everything good.
A pack of Pina Okinawa
If you don’t even have 30 seconds, grab a pack of this! Y’know why? It’s our one snack that’s highest in protein (10g), plus it’s a better alternative to grabbing a granola bar as it’s lower in calories, sugar, and higher in fibre! Nutritionist approved.
One mug scrambled eggs
Picture credits: http://www.wherethecookiesare.com/2012/02/03/2-minute-scrambled-eggs/
No frying required. Just two eggs, 2 tablespoon milk and topped with cheese.
Make it: Full recipe (if you even call this a recipe) here
3 ingredients breakfast muffins
Picture credits: http://kirbiecravings.com/2015/04/4-ingredient-flourless-almond-butter-muffins.html
Yes, healthy muffins exist! 15 minutes is all you need the night before.
Make it: Mix 1/4 cup almond butter, 1/2 teaspoon baking powder, and 2 eggs and bake at 170 degrees for 10 minutes or until ready
Don’t have a second to spare? Here’s some healthy breakfast foods under $3 you can get before work