1 cup of orange juice, 1 cup chopped kale and 1-2 scoops protein whey powder.
Add all in blender and whip until kale is finelly chopped. Pour in glass and use a straw. Down the hatch and you will feel like a million bucks. May the force be with you...
Pop tarts! Or, not quite so bad for you: Instant oatmeal. I like the maple and brown sugar flavor. If you nuke it, it'll be ready in a couple of minutes.
My best quick breakfast does not need too much time and I enjoy every spoonful of it...my favourite "Coffee & Egg in my Rice"! (black coffee, fried sunny-side egg, and a day old rice)
for me a couple of hard boiled or soft boiled eggs with some hotsauce. easy to make ahead of time and quick to eat.
It only takes a couple of minutes to fry an egg, pop it between two slices of bread (or toast, or English muffin), & add a piece of cheese or lunch-meat if you wish.
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What can be a quick but yummy breakfast??
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