Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but it’s the meal that people seem to skip most often. With an active on-the-go lifestyle, sometimes it’s easy to forget to eat breakfast which can leave you feeling tired and out of energy throughout the day.
Keep reading to find out the 5 best quick and healthy breakfasts you can make on the go to keep you fueled:
Fresh Fruit Smoothie
This Fresh Fruit Smoothie is a super simple, low-carb breakfast treat that is very easy to make and sure to keep your energy levels high! You’re going to need:
1 ½ cups of almond milk (or water)
1 ½ cups of frozen mixed berries of your choice
1 tbsp of honey (or agave)
½ cup of ice
Blend all those ingredients for a delicious and healthy low-carb breakfast option! This fresh fruit smoothie only has an astonishing low 10 g of carbs per serving! Fresh fruit is full of vitamins and nutrients that help provide you with a well balanced diet. Eating fruit is even scientifically proven to lower heart disease!
Homemade Trail Mix
Mix together some homemade trail mix to get a protein and fiber packed breakfast that will keep you full and packed with energy throughout the day. You can make this trail mix in advance and eat it on-the-go! Here’s our favorite homemade trail mix recipe:
2 cups of mixed nuts
½ cup of dried banana chips
½ cup raisins
½ cup of dried cranberries
Mix all these ingredients in a bowl and enjoy this delicious combo of sweet and salty. The best part is that you can customize the trail mix with whatever nuts, fruits, and even chocolates that you like. Stick with dark chocolate if you are trying to make it healthy.
The Better Bagel and Butter
So I know what you’re thinking… “How did bagels end up on a healthy breakfast list?!” Well don’t worry, cuz Better Bagels are extremely low carb and high protein bagels that taste delicious! Better Brand redesigned the bagel, giving you that chevy delicious bagel flavors, with none of the guilt.
Toast your Better Bagel in the oven or toaster and top with any of your favorite bagel toppings. To keep it healthy, a simple Better Bagel with butter is a quick and easy high protein breakfast necessity. Better Bagels have 5 grams of net carbs, 26 grams of protein and only 1 gram of sugar!
Hard Boiled Eggs
Hard boiled eggs are a super quick and easy way to get a nutritious breakfast that will keep you going throughout the day. You can make the hard boiled eggs at the beginning of the week and store them in the fridge to last the entire week!
To make the perfect hard boiled egg, start by adding your eggs to a pot with cold water. The water should cover the eggs by at least 2 inches. Bring the water up to a rolling boil, turn off the heat, and let the pot sit for 10-12 minutes. After around 10-12 minutes, strain the hot water out and immediately pour cold water over the boiled eggs to stop them from cooking further.
Many people like to spice up their hard boiled eggs by adding any hot sauce of their choice!
Greek Yogurt with Fresh Berries and Granola
Greek yogurt is a non fat, protein packed quick and easy breakfast. The customizability is endless as well - add all your favorite fruits, nuts, or granola to the mix to make your breakfast pop! Our favorite yogurt recipe is:
2 cups of plain greek yogurt
2 tbsp of honey (or agave)
½ cup of blueberries
½ cup of vanilla bean granola
This quick recipe will take no more than 5 minutes, and is an amazing low carb breakfast option that will keep you fueled throughout the day!