Fitness Minutes: (4,673)
4/30/12 5:16 P
a morning smoothie is also quick and easy. A lot of days I throw in some milk, yogurt, ice, and fresh or frozen fruit, blend it, drink a glass full and then take another with me in the car to drink on the way to work. Quick and healthy and actually tastes good.
4/29/12 9:47 P
Bowl of cereal is probably one of the quickest.
Fitness Minutes: (69,767)
3,526 4/29/12 9:19 P
I like to make egg cups a head of time and keep them in the fridge. You can pop them in the microwave for a few and you have a yummy hot breakfast. Pair them with an apple or banana and viola!
6 eggs scrambled *any fillers you want - I like green pepper and onion*
mix everything together - using a muffin pan, put 1/4 cup of the mixture into each muffin cup. Make sure to spray with cooking spray. Bake at 350 for appx 10-12 mins.
You may also top with cheese if you want
4/29/12 9:04 P
I don't have tons of time either- I pre measure out a whole box of cereal when I get done grocery shopping. I portion out 52 g (1 cup) servings of Kashi Go Lean and eat it straight out of the bag when I get to work. It has 10 grams of fiber and 13 grams of protein with only 6 grams of sugar- which helps keep me full until my mid morning snack.
Fitness Minutes: (801)
4/29/12 8:38 P
I don't have much time in the morning to cook breakfast, what are some good quick breakfast recipes/foods I could cook/grab before i head out to work in the morning?? thanks :)
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