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Quick and Healthy Breakfast Ideas

Eat Right, Even When There's No Time

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  • 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.
  • KASCHROED3
    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!!!
  • TWSTAMPER
    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 mcmuffin...to 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!
  • iiLOVE TO HAVE A PROTEIN SHAKE FOR BREAKFAST!
    THANKS FOR YOUR SUGGESTIONS!!!
  • MCCURDY63
    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!
  • ROCOCO_JONES
    Here's what i am doing:
    Some Kashi GoLean Crunch with non fat plain yogurt and berries and maybe some vanilla extract. The fiber fills me up and it tastes like such a treat!
  • Before I joined Spark, I was not a good breakfast eater. Very rarely in fact. Would work out every morning on an empty stomach. I know, horrible! Now, I eat breakfast each day and my workout is much better and I am not starving when I get home. I usually eat cereal with skim milk or a cup of oatmeal. The fiber is very filling and lasts a long time. Sometimes I add a banana on the way and always drink some hot tea or water for hydration. That is filling too!
  • I'm new to SparkPeople but love it already. I'm also starting to eat breakfast, even if it's not till 10 am! As a diabetic, I recently discovered cinnamon helps regulate blood glucose, so I eat either yogurt (unflavored) with added fresh blueberries (antioxidents) or low sugar oatmeal with at least 1 T cinnamon. Yummy , filling, and good for me. THANKS for this website!
  • I am hooked on oatmeal and a banana on the side for breakfast. It is very filling! Now I just need help with lunch

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