Once I really began to concentrate on switching up my diet, I began looking for new healthy breakfast options beside cereal (I’ve been obsessed with cereal my whole life).
Following aren’t the only items I eat for breakfast but they are some of the more recent. They are low in calories, and if you plan ahead of time, they can be very quick.
For many months I did lots of research on how to create the perfect protein shake. They seemed to be quick and nutritious, exactly what I was looking for!
I ordered this shake mix from Luckyvitamin.com earlier this year. It was on sale so I thought I’d give it a try, and I love it! I just blend one frozen banana and almond milk with it and it’s good to go! Best of all it’s plant-based, gluten free, vegan, non-GMO and soy free.
Actually, these are pre-made, which is why they are quick to get your hands on. You won’t have to guess what your sandwich is really made of, like store-bought ones, you’ll know!
I toast multigrain english muffins and add some of my favorites like spinach, egg and cheese. Once I make them, I wrap them in a paper towel, then in a sandwich bag.
The sandwiches go into the fridge if I plan to eat them within the next couple of days or the freezer if I want to save them for another time. They heat in the oven or microwave in a few minutes. I try to keep these meatless, put that’s just my preference.
These are my favorite by far but I hardly have the time to make them. Yes, they do take about 5-10 minutes to make but you can prep ahead of time.
To make the smoothie base of the bowl I blend frozen kale or spinach with a small amount of fruit and water.
Don’t blend too much or it will become watery. You want little bit of a thicker consistency. Then slice up your fruit and top!
You can use watermelon, banana, pineapple, apples...almost any kind of fruit. You can also add some protein by adding seeds. Again, this all can be done (blending, chopping) before the morning.