Let’s talk about breakfast. Particularly quick, easy, healthy breakfasts.
I’m a breakfast lover. As you know, most days, I drink a smoothie for breakfast. Winter or summer, I just love smoothies. But my kids don’t love smoothies (weirdos), and there are the occasional days when I want to save my smoothie for lunch and have something else for breakfast. Plus, I get asked all the time for good, healthy, quick & easy breakfast ideas–so here you go!
Cold cereal is a popular option, but if you pay close attention to your body you might find (as I did) that cereal doesn’t satisfy or keep you full for very long. Plus it’s usually unnecessarily high in added refined sugar, which isn’t the best breakfast food ingredient. So ditch the cereal (or keep it as a snack or dessert if you really love it!) and try these options instead!
The key components to a good, nutritious breakfast are protein, healthy fat, and fiber from complex carbs. This will help to keep you satiated, keep your blood sugar balanced, give you energy and a positive mood, and help your digestion keep humming along.
I made a free e-book for you with my favorite easy, healthy breakfast recipes called The Eat Happy Guide to Better Breakfast. Grab your copy here!
Now as far as ingredients, here are a few of my favorite breakfast foods!