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
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    seeEricaRun  over 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 1 month ago

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

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    Jewlzm  over 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

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    GaryK  about 2 years ago by: GaryK

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

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