Banana Peanut Butter Chia Pudding
Try this timeless combo of PB and banana combined with a superfood – chia seeds for a nutritious breakfast! Chia seeds are super healthy and are rich in fiber, calcium, omega 3 fatty acids, and protein. The pudding is made by soaking chia seeds in milk (coconut milk, almond milk, or regular milk) for a minimum of 3-4 hours or overnight.
Once the chia seeds become gelatinous, you can add banana and peanut butter on top with some melon or sunflower seeds for that extra crunch. You can also add some homemade granola or muesli if you are feeling particularly hungry. Chia pudding is one of the easiest breakfast options for workday mornings and it also fits well as a dessert, if desserts were healthy.
Note: People with peanut allergies are known to have severe, possibly fatal reactions to Peanut Butter. Consult a health professional before taking on any specific food or diet.
Overnight Oats for breakfast
Overnight oat is a no-cook recipe made from oatmeal (or rolled oats) soaked in water/ milk /yogurt and refrigerated. You can enjoy them the next day by topping them with peanut butter, jam, fruit chunks, dry fruits, or any toppings of your choice. This is a super easy recipe that can be made the previous night, refrigerated, and can be had for breakfast the following morning. Power-packed with good fats, complex carbs, and essential nutrients in abundance, this preparation will keep you full for longer and is the best option for folks who don’t find any time to cook during the busy morning hours.
Constituting healthy and good fats, avocados are especially great for breakfast. Top two toasted slices of any bread of your choice with mashed avocado and some salt and pepper. You could add some roasted cherry tomatoes and onions alongside scrambled/sunny-side-up eggs for a healthy dose of protein to up your game. In case you’re in a mood for a light snack, just ditch the eggs and pour a drizzle of olive oil and sprinkle some black pepper on top. Crunchy, creamy, and ready in minutes, a good avocado toast is a decadence we all deserve!
Frozen Fruit Smoothie
Do you like your smoothies light or creamy? Fruity? Or Full of greens? What makes smoothies fantastic is their versatility! Who doesn’t like an ‘easy to make and delicious smoothie for that morning rush? Get your hands on some delicious fresh or frozen fruits (bananas, berries), mix with a few scoops of yogurt and any liquid of your choice.
It can be milk, fruit juice, coconut water anything you like. You can also add flax seeds, pumpkin seeds for that extra burst of goodness or add some nut butter for extra flavors. All you need to make sure of is that you have some Greek yogurt and a few freezer bags with fruit ready for the next morning. Deliciousness guaranteed!
Breakfast Egg Muffins
Heard of savory muffins without all that sugar? These are simple, time-saving, and fulfilling yummy muffins and are great for grab-and-go breakfast ideas. All you’ll need are eggs, spinach, bacon (optional), and good old cheese. Whisk all of them together and then pour the mixture into muffin tins. Bake them for 15–20 minutes before having them. You can also store them in the fridge once cooled. You can just warm it up in the microwave in your office and enjoy them later.
Easy Breakfast Burritos
Breakfast foods are undoubtedly the best part of waking up every morning and these Breakfast Burritos will make a breakfast person out of you. You can make a big batch of these make-ahead burritos and freeze them – they taste just as good as when they were freshly made! They remain crisp on the outside, and for the fillings, you can stuff them with bacon, ham, eggs, fresh tomatoes, and plenty of cheese to fuel you right through to lunch. Burritos are a fantastic option and you can also make a vegetarian version by replacing the meat with sweet potato, cottage cheese, or mushrooms.
Note: People may be allergic or may have body reactions to many of the foods and ingredients mentioned in the article. Consult a health professional before taking on any specific food or diet.