Easy Breakfast Recipes For Busy Weekdays
Posted by gaurisatpute on July 13th, 2018
If you are someone who has to run out the door every morning without proper breakfast because you have office at 9, and you woke up late, then worry not there is an easy-breezy fix for that! Easy breakfast recipes are all you need in your life if you don’t want to run out the door hungry and tired. A good breakfast will make your day even more productive because you will be able to do all of your work without an empty stomach. Seriously, it’s a win-win situation.
It is hard not to be late for your office and also prepare and cook yourself a healthy breakfast that will keep you full all day. If you have woken up late and you have to hurry out the door to reach your office on time, then these easy breakfast recipes are exactly what you need for your busy weekdays. They are super fast to make and it is so easy and healthy that you would never have to run out the door hungry ever again!
Quick Easy Breakfast Recipes For Busy Days
Maybe having a gourmet breakfast isn’t a realistic goal but then again you shouldn’t have to run out the door just holding a processed cereal bar that you bought from the supermarket. There are quick and easy recipes that you can make in no time and it will keep you full till the lunch hour!
1. Almond Butter, Banana and chia seed toast: All you have to do is lather some almond butter on some plain old toast and then top it up with some sliced banana and chia seeds. Did you know that chia seeds actually has a lot of health benefits like six times more calcium that milk and has a ton of minerals!
2. Berry and Yogurt smoothie: This berry and yogurt smoothie will give you that great kick start to your day! Make sure that you use unsweetened yogurt because processes sugar right in the morning is not a big yes. Blend all the berries of your choice and yogurt together along with some coconut oil (can’t miss out on the essential fats) and coconut water for some added minerals and you are good to go!
3. Savoury Oatmeal: All you have to do is make your plain old oatmeal with milk or water, whatever you prefer and then sprinkle some salt and sugar to balance out the taste. Top it up with a poached egg and that is a complete breakfast.
4. Quinoa and chia porridge: Cook Quinoa in any milk of your choice by adding some sweet spices and fruits which will make a great substitute for your classic hot breakfast cereal. Plus this breakfast is also high in protein which is essential for tissue repair. Top it with some nuts and some fruits and you are good to go!
The author has written for many food blogs. Here she writes about quick and easy breakfast recipes, perfect for those people who have a busy day ahead.Top Searches - Trending Searches - New Articles - Top Articles - Trending Articles - Featured Articles - Top Members
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