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Quick and Healthy Breakfast Ideas

Eat Right, Even When There's No Time


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    Spread avacado on whole wheat toast add salt and pepper. Fabu!
  • I will have some honey nut cheerios with and banana and a cup of skim milk. And munch on a apple a few minutes later.
  • My favorite is a protein smoothie, 1/2 C. frozen fruit (stawberries & blueberries are a good combo) 1C fat free milk, yogurt and a scoop of protein powder. YUMMY!! Last till lunch time!! A good timesaver for this is a smoothie cup attachment for your blender, then you can blend an go without having to dirty the big pitcher attacment. :0)
  • Personal favorite breakfast on way to gym is one piece of whole wheat bread spread with peanut butter and banana slices and tall glass of orange Crystal Lite. Yum!
  • I usually have a fruit smoothie for breakfast consisting of a 1/2 cup fruit, 2 banana, soymilk, ice and a dash of cinnamon. Or toast with a little bit of peanut butter.
  • 1 hard boil egg & 2mini whole wheat pitas &a piece of fruit
  • I enjoy a lite English muffin with hot applesauce (homemade, with splenda) and fat free cheese on top. Melt it in the microwave. Always, toast the English muffin first.
    This is a very satisfying breakfast.
    I eat a Healthy Life english muffin almost every morning. They only have 90 cal for the whole english muffin and it has fiber! I spread it with 1 Laughing Cow Light Garlic and Herb wedge-only 35 cal. YUM! I usually cook up half a cup of Egg Beaters on the side- only 60 cal. 185 Calories TOTAL for a very filling breakfast that keeps me going all the way until lunch time( and through teaching a Jazzercise class!)
  • jenmom2, love your egg in the microwave idea. Thanks!!!
    A breakfast I really like is oatmeal mixed with almonds and raisins. It lasts all morning.
  • Jenmom2-that sounds like a FABULOUS idea that Im definetely going to try!
  • A nice change I have done for several years is cook an egg in the bottom of a wide bottomed coffee cup (Not tapered and narrow) in the microwave. The egg takes on the round shape of the cup and fits perfectly on a toasted english muffin! Throw on a slice of lean turkey or ham and some low fat cheese and you have your own version of an egg go, if needed! P.S. I cover the cup or cook it on medium so it doesn't "explode" in the microwave. It's yummy!
    I'm all for encouraging people to eat breakfast, but disappointed that Porridge wasn't given a recommendation in the article. IMHO, the best breakfast ever! Eat your Porridge, people!
  • Liz,
    Thank you, thank you for the breakfast tips. I am always struggling to come up with great ideas. The whole article is a keeper. This is a timely article for me, because I had backslidden to 9#'s. I feel like I am back on track. Sincerely!

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