Quick & Healthy No-Cook Breakfasts

I love breakfast. As a matter of fact, it’s my favorite meal of the day. Although I feel this way, I have noticed that many of my friends and clients struggle with breakfast. Some people just don’t like to cook first thing in the morning. Others, say they just don’t have the time. So, I have prepared 6 quick and healthy breakfasts that will have feeling full in no time. There is something for everyone. Even for the person that just wants something light.

We will tackle 3 breakfasts today and 3 more in the next post (hopefully later this week). Enjoy!

Grapefruit with Drizzled Brown Sugar


Ingredients:

1/2 pink grapefruit
brown sugar

Directions:

Sprinkle brown sugar or maple on grapefruit as desired. It’s that simple and delish.

Smoked Salmon and Avocado Bagel

 

 

Salmon bagel sandwich with avocado


Ingredients:

plain “New York Style” bagel
smoked salmon
sliced avocado
cream cheese (for spreading)
few sprigs dill
sliced cucumbers

To taste

Extra virgin olive oil or any herbed olive oil
freshly ground pepper

Directions: 

Lightly toast bagel
Spread with cream cheese
Add dill, cucumbers, avocado and salmon
Finish with olive and black pepper

Grape-Nuts with Peaches & Maple

sliced peaches in milk and cereal

Everyone loves cereal. Grape-nuts have great fiber and protein which help to keep you full. The fruit and maple are an extra special touch.

Ingredients:

Grape-nuts cereal
almond milk
sliced peaches (they are not in season now, so I used canned)
1 tbsp maple syrup

Directions:

Prepare cereal with almond milk. Finish with sliced peaches and drizzle with real maple syrup. So simple but so delicious.

These are breakfasts that you can use to start your day full but guilt-free. I hope you enjoy!

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Comments

  1. Thank you so much for linking this post up to The Mommy Club this week! I am featuring your post on my new Facebook page which deals with menu plans, quick recipes and more! https://www.facebook.com/HowToMealPlan

    Have a great week!

    Crystal

  2. The smoked salmon bagel looks delicious, will put this on my recipe to do list!

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