6 Weeks of Breakfast Recipes
Are you looking for 6 weeks of breakfast ideas that are easy to make and full of nutrition.
Scroll down to find out how to adapt these ideas each day to change up the flavors so you're not just stuck with a bowl of oatmeal for the week. Get creative and see how many ways you can dress up these ideas!
Cook a batch of plain oatmeal in bulk, and divide it into portions for the week. Top each portion differently with fruits, nuts, seeds, or even pureed pumpkin. Spice it up and reheat each morning for a great breakfast that's sure to keep you feeling satisfied for hours to go!
Smoothies are a wonderful option when you don't want to turn on the stove. Grab 10-12 floz liquid, 1 cup of fruit, 1-2 handful's of spinach, and a scoop of protein powder and blend away. This is a simple easy to make nutrient packed breakfast. Want to change it up, use raw zucchini or cauliflower instead of spinach.
Boiled eggs are a great go to, boil them ahead, pre-peel and place them submerged in water in a sealed container for the fastest protein snack ever. Pair it with non-dairy milk soaked chia seeds topped with assorted fruit and nuts and you have a fiber and protein packed breakfast.
Ever once in a while it's great to get in the kitchen and make a batch of muffins or breakfast breads. What is more delicious than hiding zucchini and oatmeal in a sweet chocolate muffin? Or banana blueberry vegan muffins? We's recommend pairing this with a handful of nuts or a piece of fresh fruit to round out the nutrition and keep you feeling completely satisfied.
Overnight oats are another really great open for oatmeal, you simply use a 2 part liquid to 1 part oatmeal ratio when soaking. Top with fresh fruit, nuts, seeds, and purees for the ultimate flavor. Many times I like to add a scoop of protein powder to lend the sweetness and flavor that I enjoy while providing a great plant based protein source that keeps me fueled for hours.
Avocado toast is another option when you are looking for a fast dish. Many times you can pull some leftover dinner ingredient or chopped veggies to top the toast to make a delicious savory breakfast. Sesame oil or seeds is a great way to add a rich and complex flavor!