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5 quick to prepare easy breakfast recipes for late risers?

  1. dipsmi profile image74
    dipsmiposted 5 years ago

    5 quick to prepare easy breakfast recipes for late risers?

    5 quick to prepare easy breakfast recipes for late risers?

  2. Axaflaxar profile image47
    Axaflaxarposted 5 years ago

    cup of Yogurt, 2 fried eggs cooked in Safflower oil on double wheat honey flavored thomas english muffin. Cooks in 5 minutes. Protein dense and makes you full!

  3. duffsmom profile image60
    duffsmomposted 5 years ago

    If you don't have time to cook, a really good quick breakfast that lasts me until lunch is peanut butter toast. One or two pieces of toast spread with no more than a tablespoon of p-nut butter on each is great.  Since peanut butter is calorie dense, it is a good idea to measure it out.

    Or peanut butter spread on a banana.

    Oatmeal is quick and easy and filling.  Add a handful of slice almonds and a sliced banana.

    Instant breakfast with low fat or skim mile and a small piece of toast.

    The Dannon Oikos Greek Yogurt is very filling, you just grab one of those add a piece of toast if you need a bit more and off you go.  Very tasty and high in protein.

    Or make enough dinner the night before for leftovers for breakfast.  My husband loves dinner food for breakfast. I'm not really onboard with dinner for breakfast though.

  4. Moon Daisy profile image85
    Moon Daisyposted 5 years ago

    1. Porridge, with honey.

    2. Granola bars, dipped in espresso.

    3. Fried/poached egg, toast and ketchup.

    4. Banana with with natural yoghurt and flaxseed.

    5. Toasted croissant, topped with jam (jelly).

  5. brakel2 profile image82
    brakel2posted 5 years ago

    Yogurt with flax and almonds that u add, a banana, toast and juice.  or oatmeal by Kashi microwaved with fruit added and juice. This oatmeal has lots of fiber.  Those are my  only breakfasts. I need to try your suggestions. Also Juice for kidneys  cranberry.

  6. MasamiH profile image60
    MasamiHposted 5 years ago

    ??cereal with dry or fresh fruits and milk.
    2. Croissants sandwich with lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, or if you have mac&cheese (left over is great).
    3. smoothie (banana, strawberry, orange/OJ, milk etc)
    4. fried eggs and ham/sausage and bread with Nutella.
    5. Udon noodle (instant or soysouce+chicken broth/fish broth) and veggies as topping. (option: boiled egg/pouched egg in the soup).

    Cup of yogurt can be bond with 1-4.
    I hope you can find some good ideas :-)

  7. profile image60
    sightsandsoundsposted 12 months ago

    1. Banana with peanut butter
    2. 2 boiled eggs
    3. Pomegrante
    4. Kiwi and cucumber smoothie
    5. Coffee with banana and oatmeal smoothie