Eggs: Eggs are arguably the most flexible food there is. They can be eaten scrambled, soft-boiled, in quiche, or with tortillas for huevos rancheros. Either way, they make a tasty, quick, and nourishing breakfast.
Smoked Salmon: As a breakfast pleasure, fish isn't usually the first thing that springs to mind, but smoked salmon definitely should. Salmon has a lengthy shelf life and is an excellent source of heart.
Granola: Granola is a vital breakfast staple that you should never be without. This is a very adaptable treat that may be eaten as cold cereal with your preferred milk, as a crunchy oatmeal topping, as a fiber-rich addition to cottage cheese or yogurt.
Whole-Grain Toaster Waffle: Put the sweet syrup back on the shelf. Rather, spread protein-rich peanut butter or fiber-rich raisins, sesame seeds, or additional peanuts on a whole-grain toast waffle.
Green Smoothies: Green smoothies are incredibly healthy, but green juice may be sugar-coated snake oil. Largeman-Roth says, "I adore smoothies because you can fit so much in one glass.
Fruit and Cottage Cheese: A portion of juicy, sweet fruit and protein-rich cottage cheese make for a delicious and nutritious way to start the day.
Oats: According to Largeman-Roth, "oats are just wonderful as an ingredient." They work well in baked products, overnight oats, and oatmeal, naturally. They can also be ground into flour by blending them.