What is reccommended for a healthy breakfast?

  • I haven't been impressed by the options provided here. I'd like to have something I can prepare ahead of time.

    stylemeanime   by: stylemeanime
  • 5 votes
    codemonkey2841  about 2 years ago by: codemonkey2841

    Eggs, spinach, and black bean scramble. Mix in a little salsa to add some flavor. Want to make it healthier? Use just egg whites.

  • 4 votes
    arnthorla  about 2 years ago by: arnthorla

    My suggestion is some sort of lean protein with vegetables. Suggest eggs or white meat like chicken or turkey. And some water with it. Steer clear of juice, as it contains way too much sugar, and spikes up your insulin (a bad way to start the day... will sap your energy later, and make you hungry sooner).

    • cecoston
      cecoston about 1 month ago

      Thanks for mentioning the juice. I do drink water but sometimes I put flavoring in it. How bad is that?

  • 3 votes
    KaseyG  about 2 years ago by: KaseyG

    Every night before I go to bed I prepare a fresh easy breakfast that is also yummy and satisfying! It contains fruits and healthy fats + protein without anything artificial or any animal derived foods.

    Ingredients:
    Organic Strawberries, blueberries, sweet potato, and almonds

    Step 1:
    Boil or bake a medium sized sweet potato until it is soft. Chop it up and set it aside in a bowl. The skin has nutrients also so I don't take the skin off but if it bothers you feel free to peal it!

    Step 2: Wash then chop the strawberries and add them to the bowl with the already chopped sweet potato and set aside.

    Step 3: Wash then sprinkle a little less then a handful of almonds into the bowl of chopped sweet potato and strawberries. Also wash the blueberries and add them to the bowl and VOILA!

    You can mix it all up or eat it any way you want. The almonds will absorb some of the water from the other foods so they will be a little tender when eaten and not dry. But I loooove this breakfast! Its yummy plus provides me with a healthy boost of energy for the morning! ENJOY! Any questions? Feel free to ask :D

  • 2 votes
    seeEricaRun  about 2 years ago by: seeEricaRun

    Stone ground oatmeal comes to mind. You can make a bunch of it at once, portion it out, fridge it and reheat as needed. I think it tastes a ton better than the mushy stuff. Just add some sliced bananas, raisins, cinnamon, milk, apple - whatever floats your boat.

    I also like tofu scramble which reheats really well (much better than an egg version would). There are recipes for various versions all over the web. It also is a great way to use up the veggies hanging out in the fridge. I like to top it with avocado, pico de gallo or sour cream. If you toss it in a warmed whole wheat tortilla, you have breakfast you can eat on the go.

    • seeEricaRun
      seeEricaRun about 2 years ago

      You can also top with black beans and greek yogurt (which is what I use since I don't really like sour cream.)

  • 2 votes
    Jewlzm  about 2 years ago by: Jewlzm

    I like to make baked oatmeal with fruit.. and put it in the fridge and cut it into bars.. pull and eat

  • 2 votes
    queenbee420  about 2 years ago by: queenbee420

    my favorite is a smoothie with juice, frozen fruit, one banana, 1 scoop peanut butter and flax seed

  • 2 votes
    phormalitize  over 1 year ago by: phormalitize

    I like to make black beans in a pressure cooker at the beginning of the week and use them as a basis for breakfasts; it may sound odd, but they are very filling and I really like them with a little plain yogurt on the side. If I have time to actually make a breakfast instead of grabbing something I can heat up at work, I have a bowl of egg whites. Not delicious, but great for my goals.

    • seeEricaRun
      seeEricaRun over 1 year ago

      I am totally with you on the black beans. I also love to add pickled jalapenos to the black bean/yogurt combo.

  • 1 vote
    mythicalgriffons  over 1 year ago by: mythicalgriffons

    I'm severely under impressed with the breakfast options offered. i personally hate the protein shakes and refuse to have them every day for breakfast. I do egg whites omelets instead or hard boiled eggs and tuna or chicken or beans and rice or well bout anything else besides the dreadful shakes but i dont work out until late a night

    • Darcell
      Darcell over 1 year ago

      I will try this for breakfast today. Thanks

  • 0 votes
    stylemeanime  about 2 years ago by: stylemeanime

    Thanks guys! I will give all of these a try.

  • 0 votes
    ArianeVK  about 2 years ago by: ArianeVK

    While in training, I like a simple 8 oz. glass of water or vegijuice with 1 or 2 scoops of brown rice protein mix. Mix, stir, drink, end. Great pre and post workout. And, dairy free.

  • 0 votes
    GaryK  almost 2 years ago by: GaryK

    I make several "Smoothie" drinks in the AM... My favorite so far
    1 Med banana, cut into pieces
    ⅔ cup Very Cherry blend (Trader Joe's)
    6 oz Coconut Milk - Vanilla (Trader Joe's)
    ¼ teasp Cassia Cinnamon
    1/2 scoop Designer Whey (Trader Joe's)

    Put all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth.
    285 Calories

  • 0 votes
    sarkrauss  over 1 year ago by: sarkrauss

    I like to mix Grape Nuts or almonds (or both!) into plain non-fat Greek yogurt. I add frozen unsweetened berries for the vitamins and the flavor, plus some grated ginger. Mix it all together and let it sit for a while - lots of texture, flavor, and protein.

  • 0 votes
    daedalus3050  3 months ago by: daedalus3050

    I like to make some oatmeal with a bit of vanilla and raisins, with two eggs on the side.

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