FOURFIT’S TOP FIVE BREAKFASTS IN UNDER FIVE MINUTES.
Now, we’re all guilty of missing that most important meal of the day, breakfast. The morning rush of trying to get to work on time, getting the kids to school before the bell goes and even occasionally overlaying.
What we eat for breakfast can set the tone for the rest of the day, so let’s get adventurous, get out of that routine of eating cold, boring cereal every morning and get the most out of the most important meal of the day.
Here are FourFit’s favourite five top breakfasts that can be made in under five minutes, suitable for all lifestyles and ages.
Breakfast smoothies have to be our favourite speedy breakfast. There are endless possibilities with the recipes you can create, and the great thing about breakfast smoothies is that you can take them with you, have your breakfast during that morning commute or store them in the staffroom fridge until your morning break.
The beauty of fruit salads are they only take a minute to prepare, this can be done in the morning or the night before and they are a perfect way to get some of those 5-a-day in. The fibre from fruit will help fill you up and not bloat you helping aid weightless and a healthy balanced diet.
Porridge and fruit.
Porridge, uh, boring! Think again. There are so many ways to spruce up your porridge these days, whether you want to add a little bit of syrup to sweeten up your day or add some of those antioxidant filled berries in there. Your skin will love you for this.
Toast, with preservatives of your choice.
Toast is one of the nations favourite go to breakfasts. It’s quick, easy and very rarely goes wrong. There are many different types of bread to choose from even if you suffer from celiac disease. Top your toast with eggs, avocado, fruit and sweet preservatives like marmalade or jam. Toast really is a breakfast for all!
How do you like your eggs in the morning? Boiled, poached, fried or scrambled? There are so many ways to make your eggs. Humans have being eating eggs for thousands of years and they are a great source of protein and contain essential amino acids that the body cannot produce themselves. Whichever way you like your eggs, they’re definitely a winner for breakfast.