Breakfast tends to be that often-skipped meal as people are running out the door to work, or gathering up last-minute child homework assignments. But if you have ten minutes to spare in that morning routine – you’ve got a healthy breakfast!
This satisfying recovery breakfast is perfect for those returning from a morning run, or a prep for the upcoming day. Much like oatmeal, you can add dried fruit or nuts if you choose as well. The best part? It’s gluten-free and vegetarian-friendly!
Smoothies are an incredibly quick way to blend a handful of amazingly healthy ingredients into a quick glass of delicious beverage. Add fruit, milk, yogurt, spinach or kale, and even oats to make a killer drink that’s quick to make and can even be taken with you as you run out the door.
Spinach and Scrambled Eggs
Whip up some scrambled eggs and include spinach to get an early start to your green intake. Eggs cook quickly and take very few ingredients, leaving you plenty of time to complete your morning tasks.
Pop those bread slices into your toaster and when complete, top with Avocado slices and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Then drizzle olive oil and a bit of Tabasco sauce to give it some extra kick! With great flavor and protein, this morning task will add great nutritional value to your day.
Fruit and Yogurt
Chop up some fruit and toss with your favorite Greek yogurt. Try some tropical fruits such as pineapple or mango to give your breakfast some taste variety. Switch it up once in awhile by adding a few pistachios!
Mix together an egg, some milk, tomatoes, and basil and cook over medium heat like an omelet. These are great for a morning routine because you add just about any combination of vegetables and leave it sit on the stove for those few minute. Flavorful and simple!
For an incredibly simple morning meal, chop up a grouping of your favorite fruits and toss them together in a bowl. This starts off your day with a crisp and refreshing food intake, giving you great nutrition and waking you up with flavor.
Your classic bowl of oatmeal is a great way to start off a heart-healthy day. While the stovetop definitely cooks in less than ten minutes, the microwave is even quicker. No excuse to skip breakfast with this fast option. Sweeten it with Agave Nectar or Honey for a switch and enjoy the benefits of whole living.
Toast and Peanut Butter
Generally reserved for a snack option, toast topped with peanut butter is a great breakfast option packed with energy-laden protein.
Whole-Grain Cold Cereal
Not the least bit a last resort, cold cereal is a quick and easy option for breakfast that includes those whole-grain necessities as well as a good dose of calcium in the milk.
These breakfast options and nutritious and easy to make no matter what your morning routine holds. Hitch Fit has many more meal options for on-the-go individuals who want to be healthy! Check out our cookbook, and keep up with our blog to get all the great meal tips and tricks!