A BREAKFAST ICE LOLLY
Wait! Don’t run away just yet – homemade ice lollies are a healthy and refreshing way to start your day.
Simply get a lolly mould, fill them with some natural yoghurt and some fruit of your choice and pop in the freezer – easy.
They’ll then be ready and waiting for you in the morning as you head out.
A PEANUT BUTTER BAGEL
There aren’t many simpler things to make than a peanut butter bagel – but it’s also a great way to start your day.
Prepare the night before, wrap in cling film or foil and leave in your fridge overnight. It can be eaten on your commute or kept for when you make it to your desk, giving you a tasty and protein-packed start to your day.
AN EGG MUFFIN
Essentially a small omelette, egg muffins can be prepared well in advance and eaten hot or cold.
Simply make up a traditional omelette mix – including healthy fillings that you fancy (e.g. berries, spinach, almonds etc.) – and fill the slots in your muffin tin evenly with the mixture. Bake in the oven for around 15 minutes at 200°C or until they are firm to touch. Let them cool down and then place in your fridge.
There’s plenty of inspiration to be had out there so don’t feel confined by what we consider ‘traditional’ breakfast foods. Experiment and see what works for you to ensure you get your day off to the best possible start.