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5 quick, easy and healthy breakfast ideas


You’ve probably heard the saying that ‘breakfast is the most important meal of the day’ - it gives us energy to start our day, makes sure we are getting essential nutrients, and is, of course, delicious! Unfortunately, many people find themselves running out of time and rushing out the door without brekky. Here’s 5 easy and nutritious breakfast options you can make at home to get your day off to the best possible start.

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5 quick, easy and healthy breakfast ideas

1. Eggs on Toast

Eggs are a great option for breakfast as they are high in protein and can keep you full throughout the morning. They can easily be paired with wholegrain toast, or, if you’re feeling fancy you could add smashed avocado, or cooked spinach or mushrooms - see our recipe. To save time, you could try boiling eggs at the start of the week and storing them in fridge, or you can easily make them in under 10 minutes in the microwave - check out our microwavable scrambled eggs and microwaveable poached eggs

2. Smoothies

Smoothies are super quick and easy to make in the morning when you’re in a rush - plus, you can easily put them in a container to drink them on the go! They are a great way to get in an extra serve of fruit or veg early in the day, plus you can easily prepare the ingredients the night before. Check out our recipes page for some inspo!

3. Yoghurt, fruit and muesli

A bowl of yoghurt, fruit and muesli is super quick and easy to put together in the morning. It’s also a great source of protein, calcium, fibre and complex carbs. Frozen fruit is a great option for this breakfast as its super affordable and won’t spoil too soon. You could also add nuts and seeds for an added boost of fibre and healthy fats. Check out our recipe here.

4. Baked beans

Baked beans for breakfast are a great source of protein, complex carbs, fibre PLUS they’re also considered a vegetable! While it might sound time consuming to cook up baked beans in the morning, making a batch at the start of the week takes less than half an hour, and then can be easily reheated and served with some toast! For some cooking inspiration, check out our recipe for home-made baked beans here.

5. French Toast

French toast is a great breakfast option and a source of protein and fibre. It is suprisingly quick to make and an enjoyable option for those who prefer their breakfast with a flavour twist. French toast is a variety packed breakfast that includes grains, fruit, dairy, and egg. A nutrient filled way to start your day. Check out our recipe here.

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