I can’t count how many times I’ve been asked, “Could you please suggest a healthy, quick breakfast?”. Most of us are busy and don’t have time to spend over ten minutes preparing breakfast, then another 5-10 eating it. This is where most people end up eating one of those snack bars that claim to be healthy but are packed with sugar… let me know if you want me to name names
ENTER – *planning your meals* <-- This is a key step in sticking to your healthy goals. The days I've had no food in my fridge have been the hardest for me to eat clean and healthy. And my best days have been those where I've planned in advance so I don't find my self starving and nowhere near healthy enough options.
Anyway, back to the reason for this post! A healthy serving of protein, healthy fats and carbs & vitamins from green vegetables makes for a well rounded breakfast. My ideal breakfast is an omelette with veggies and fish, yum! But I don’t have time to make an omelette, especially during the week when I have a 7am start at the gym. I make my green smoothies in 2 (sometimes 3) day batches, |
e.g. I made some on Monday night, I had one serving on Tuesday morning, another on Wednesday morning and a half serving on Wednesday afternoon.
- Tuesday’s breakfast was: green smoothie and eggs,
- Wednesday’s was green smoothie and baked mackerel.
As seen in this video below, it takes very little time to make eggs, if you’re REALLY pressed for time, you could go one better and boil 2 eggs the night before, cutting your preparation time right down.
Have you tried this combination for breakfast? Or green smoothies with something else? What did/do you think?