In my whole life I’ve been the kind of person who didn’t have breakfast for at least half an hour, more like for an hour after they’ve woken up.
But time is money and I can’t afford to waste that much time on weekdays, nor do I want to wake up at 5am just to do that.
Anyways, I’m trying to get in at least a few bites in the morning because of health reasons and lifestyle, you know, all that stuff, blah blah blah, so I created a few very easy recipes that are not only yummy, but also rather quick to make.
Time – 3 minutes
yogurt (8-10 tbsp)
chia seeds (1/2 tsp)
oats (1 tsp)
muesli (few pieces)
coconut flower sugar (1/2 tsp)
brown sugar (1/2 tsp)
- Simply put the yogurt and the two kinds of sugar in the bowl, stir them together
- Put the rest of the ingredients on top
- That’s it
It couldn’t be easier, only if you decided to leave the sugar out, which I only put in it, because I use simple natural yogurt (you could use greek yogurt and there you go, no need for sugar). Also, you can basically add anything you want to, some fruits, whatever. Working by the same policy, you can leave out for example the oats and replace them with some sort of nuts, experience how you like it the most.
Honey and Peanut Butter Toast
Time – Around 7 minutes
bread of your choice
- Toast the bread
- Put the peanut butter on it
- Pour some honey on top
I can’t even tell you how delicious it is, especially if you eat it while the bread is still warm…yummm. The saltiness of the peanut butter and the stweetness of the honey compliment each other so well, it’s heaven in your mouth.
Bacon and Camember Scrambled Eggs
Time – 15 minutes
- Break the eggs and whip them, add a splash of milk
- Cut the bacon and camember to squares
- Melt a little butter in a pan, add bacon and add the camember when the bacon starts to get crispy
- Pour the eggs on top (you could try to make this an omlette as well, but guess who’s too lazy for that)
I’m going to be honest, I never make this on weekdays, but still, it’s a pretty easy recipe. You could also try adding some spinach and/or spring onions, it’s delicious with both.
(Tip; serve with toast)
Lots of love,