What To Have For Breakfast: Egg and Toast
Make a traditional and quick breakfast with a piece of whole wheat toast, one egg fried in a small amount of butter, and one small glass of orange juice.
What To Have For Breakfast: Protein Shake
A protein shake is a quick stand-in for those mornings when time flies.
What To Have For Breakfast: Fruit Smoothie With Yogurt
Blend a fruit smoothie with fresh or frozen fruit chunks, ice, and a big dollop of natural yogurt. Sprinkle the top with low-fat granola.
What To Have For Breakfast: Hard Boiled Eggs
Short on time? Make boiled eggs at the beginning of the week, and pair one with an orange for a quick, on-the-go breakfast.
What To Have For Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal
For a cheap morning meal, enjoy whole-grain breakfast cereal topped with fresh berries and soymilk.
What To Have For Breakfast: Fruit and Yogurt
Natural yogurt over frozen cherries, sprinkled with granola and a touch of honey is a delicious and easy breakfast.
What To Have For Breakfast: Fruit Salad
Fresh fruit salad is easy to make ahead; top it with cottage cheese for a complete morning meal.
What To Have For Breakfast: Granola Bar
A granola bar paired with an apple is another quick and easy breakfast solution.
What To Have For Breakfast: BLT Sandwich
BLT sandwiches aren’t just for lunch! Add an egg and you’re golden!
“I usually have steel-cut oatmeal with sliced bananas in the morning, but if I want something fast, I whip up a protein shake,” says Marisa. “I mix soy or almond milk, yogurt, a banana, and a scoop of protein powder with frozen organic fruit, like mangoes or blueberries. I don’t measure anything; I just throw it all in the blender. I also carry Gnu Flavor & Fiber bars with me in case I need to eat on the run.”