Breakfast is a polarizing meal, you either love it or hate it. There are those who look forward to waking up in the morning to eat their breakfast, preparing a whole meal for themselves before they start their day. And then there are those who would rather skip it and wait until lunch to finally eat their first meal of the day. But, there’s a reason breakfast is the most important meal of the day. We all need sufficient energy to start our day, and the best source of energy is a scrumptious breakfast meal. If you’re one of those people who tend to skip breakfast, we recommend trying out these five easy to prepare breakfast meals to slowly switch over to the side of breakfast lovers. Soon enough you’ll find yourself leading your day with a more energetic, motivated, and positive perspective, all because you took the time to actually eat breakfast.
Overnight oats are a game changer of a breakfast. The best thing about these breakfast meals is that you can prepare it the night before, that way in the morning it’s just waiting for you to grab it out of the fridge. For those who tend to skip out on breakfast, having something already prepared in the morning, increases your chances of actually eating something. When we’re getting ready, dolling ourselves up, we don’t really want to take the time to think about what we want to eat and then actually make it, unless of course you are breakfast’s number one fan.
Overnight oats are extremely easy to make, and completely customizable to your taste. To make overnight oats, all you need to do is combine oats, milk (dairy-free can be used), yogurt, and chia seeds. Leave this to sit in the fridge overnight, allowing it to thicken. In the morning you can add whatever toppings you’d like. This can be fruits, granola, nuts, peanut butter, or almond butter. See, totally easy to make with whatever your favorite fruits are. Overnight oats are a trustworthy breakfast that takes little time to prepare, but contains lots of great flavor. One of the best breakfast meals for those who usually don’t eat in the morning.
Similar to the overnight oats, is the breakfast parfait. For those who don’t really like the consistency or texture of overnight oats, the breakfast parfait is a great alternative. Just like the overnight oats, this breakfast meal is also really easy to make, and it won’t take long at all. For this, all you need is yogurt, it can be plain, or any flavor that you like, fruit, and granola. In a bowl, or even a to-go cup, layer yogurt, granola, fruit, with as many layers of each as you’d like. And that’s it. Which fruits are you going to put in your parfait?
Avocado toast. There’s a reason why so many people swear by this breakfast meal. It can pack plenty of protein in, and can also be made however you choose. A good bread, and ripe avocados are the foundation to this yummy breakfast meal. Mash your avocado on a separate plate, then add it on top of your toasted bread. Add salt, garlic, for taste. Plain avocado just isn’t it. And next you can add whatever you’d like on top, be it a fried egg, tomatoes, onion, or simply top with sesame seeds.
We’ll let you in on our secret spicy Avocado toast that we love! When it comes to toppings, we like to add Tony’s Creole seasoning, Pepperoncini peppers, and sriracha. Share this secret recipe with everyone and it’s sure to become everyone’s favorite.
One of our favorite breakfast meals are these croissant breakfast sandwiches. These sandwiches are super filling, perfect for those who find other breakfast meals leave them hungry just an hour later. For these breakfast sandwiches, toast your croissant. Then, scramble or fry an egg, adding it to your croissant. Cook ham, bacon, or sausage, and then add it to your croissant. Add cheese if you’d like, and there you have it. A delicious croissant breakfast sandwich. This one will take a bit more time, but still not that long. You can prepare enough for the week on Sunday night so all you have to do is heat it up in the morning. Take with you on the go, just be sure to eat! Breakfast is important.
When all else fails, a fruit bowl is one of the last and easiest breakfast meals you can go-to. When you’re having a hard time finding anything to eat in the morning, making a fruit bowl, or packing together this light kit like in the picture below is how we recommend still eating something in the morning. Having this prepared in your fridge throughout the week is one way to ensure that you have an option when looking for breakfast in the morning. On you next grocery shopping trip, purchase your favorite fruits, and when you get home, rinse them and add them to a bowl or Tupperware, add almonds or granola. And hopefully, having this already put together will encourage you to eat your breakfast. And if you’re still finding it hard to eat, take it with you on your morning commute. When you do find yourself hungry, you can have this at the ready.