Quick and Easy Breakfast Ideas for Your Busy Mornings

Good morning breakfast

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, since it’s in the morning when you need the most energy to start the day off right.

Here are 5 quick and easy breakfast ideas that you can try in your busy mornings. Alternatively, you can prepare them in advance and store them in the fridge overnight.

Bon appetit!


Recipe #1: Mediterranean Sandwich


•2 slices of bread

•2 tbsp creamy cheese

•Feta cheese

•A few lettuce leaves

•A few olives, sliced

•1 avocado, sliced

•Basil pesto

•1 cucumber, sliced

•A few onion slices


Spread the creamy cheese on each bread slice. Put all the ingredients inside the sandwich and enjoy it fresh.

Bon appetit!



Recipe #2: Salmon Egg & Avocado on Toast      Salmon Avocado Egg on Toast


•2 slices of bread

•A few lettuce leaves

•1 avocado, mashed

•2 eggs




Spread the mashed avocado on each bread slice. Add salmon, eggs and sprouts on top.



Recipe #3: Fruit Sandwiches

Pear/ Fig and Walnut Sandwich

Ingredients (2 sandwiches):

•2 slices of brea

•2 tablespoons creamy cheese

•1 pear, sliced (or several figs)

•A few walnuts



Spread the creamy cheese on each bread slice.

Slice the pears thinly, add the walnuts and sprouts between the 2 bread slices.

Variation: use whatever fruit you have at home: apples, bananas, figs, peaches.

Bon appetit!



Recipe #4: Veggie Wraps


•Creamy cheese/avocado pasta

•1/2 tomato

•1/2 onion

•A handful sprouts

•1 pepper

•Avocado slices



•Salmon / turkey / chicken / mushrooms / feta cheese/ goat cheese.


Spread the creamy cheese / avocado pasta on wrap, then add the other ingredients inside the wrap. It can make a great sandwich for breakfast, dinner or a snack.

Bon appetit!



Recipe #5: No Bake Energy Balls       Raw energy bites balls


•500 g dates

•1/2 cup raw cacao

•2 cups shredded coconut

•1/4 cup vegetable milk (almond, coconut)

•Cashew, nuts and almonds


Keep the dates in warm water for 5-10 minutes to hydrate.

Put the hydrated dates, the cacao powder, vegetable milk and nuts in a blender and mix for about 1 minute or until the composition becomes smooth.

To create the energy balls: roll the mixture into small balls and then into shredded coconut. You can also place an almond or nut in the middle of the ball.

Freeze the balls for a few hours to allow the composition to set completely.

Keep the balls in a glass jar in the fridge and serve them as your healthy and energizing snacks.



What is your favorite breakfast? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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