Mornings can be one of the most hectic times of days for a lot of people, which is why many may find themselves skipping out on one of the most important meals you can eat.
Breakfast is always important, but not a lot of people take the time to give themselves something filling to eat, which is such an unfortunate thing. The morning is when our brains work best, after all, and you’re only boosting that brain strength when you eat something tasty and filling.
One issue everyone has that is the main cause for not eating is the fact that you want to use that time to get ready for the day, both physically and mentally, and you may feel that cooking something up takes way too much time. Luckily, there are many dishes that you can make in just a few minutes.
Try out these quick breakfast recipes! They’re tasty and gives your brain something good to eat before the rest of your day begins.
This recipe is not only quick but it’s extremely healthy as well. Avocado is filled with healthy fats and fiber that will give you enough energy to hold you over until lunchtime.
All you have to do is mash up avocado, smear it onto a piece of toast, and then add some extra seasoning such as olive oil, pepper, lemon juice, or salt.
If you don’t want to mash the avocado, you can also just scoop it out and place slices over the toast instead.
Berry and Yogurt Smoothie
Smoothies are always delicious, they’re fresh and give you the spirit to make your morning successful.
With this recipe, you may want to work on preparing it the night before, but worry-not as this only aids in how quickly you will be able to put this breakfast together the next morning.
Blend any frozen fruit of your choice, blueberries, raspberries, and bananas are popular choices, together with plain greek yogurt and a liquid of your choice. For the liquid, milk, water, coconut water, or juice are all good options. Then, freeze this overnight, once you wake up, you can reblend them to thaw it out, and keep it throughout the day.
Fruit, Cheese, and Nuts
One of the most basic breakfasts you can possibly prepare for yourself. All you have to do is cut up an apple into slices, chop up some cheese of your choice into small blocks, and get yourself around 1/4 walnuts, then put all of these together into a plastic bag.
They’re all filling enough to satiate your hunger, and it’s healthy enough to boost your brain and energy.
Peanut Butter Waffles
If you’re the type who likes waffles in the morning, don’t be afraid to get some quick, frozen waffles that you throw into the toaster. It’s quick, easy, and it can be cooked with little to no attention as long as you have a toaster.
The only thing bringing this breakfast down is the amount of sugar that goes on it once you eat it. The syrup you put on is all sugar and can end up causing you to crash at some point during your day. Luckily, this doesn’t mean you should eat your waffle plain, instead, try spreading some peanut butter on it instead.
Peanut butter is much healthier for you and can keep your energy levels high. You can top this with extra ingredients such as raisins or seeds as well.
Everyone loves egg sandwiches, right? Frying up eggs doesn’t take that long and it’s full of protein.
With this recipe, all you have to do is put a bit of olive oil, arugula, and lemon juice into the pan before you fry your egg. Once your egg is in toss in a slight amount of salt and pepper for flavoring. Toast one piece of bread, whole-wheat for a healthier option, then layer on some ricotta and a small amount of cheese; then put the egg on top.
This meal is filling and doesn’t go overboard with the bread! You can also scramble the egg if you prefer, it just may be a bit messier.