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21 Easy Breakfast Ideas

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Easy breakfast ideas are something most people don’t give much thought to.

Unfortunately, many in the West have an addiction to cereal and toast, and yes, this is an easy option when you’re running late in the mornings, but there are other options that are much healthier, and don’t take a ton of time to prepare.

There’s an old saying, which says, “Breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dine like a pauper!”

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The truth is however that most people don’t eat a suitable, healthy breakfast, never mind eating “like a king!”

Healthy breakfast ideas…

Breakfast literally means “breaking the fast,” and it helps us to ‘restock’ or ‘refuel’ our energy stores, which have been depleting during the overnight fast, giving us energy for the day’s activities.

When most people think of a healthy breakfast, a small handful of choices (often boring) come to mind. But, it really doesn’t have to be boring at all.

There are heaps of easy breakfast ideas that don’t take up half your morning preparing them, but it’s really important that you have something nutritious, for a number of reasons…

5 reasons healthy breakfast ideas are important…

  1. It kick starts our metabolism – speeding it up, and therefore burning calories rather than storing them.
  2. It boosts our nutrient intake – breakfast eaters have a higher fibre intake and significantly higher intakes of vitamins and minerals, especially calcium, iron and magnesium.
  3. It helps prevent binge eating – hunger will be better regulated and therefore less calories are consumed from unhealthy foods.
  4. It improves our memory and concentration – people who eat a healthy breakfast concentrate better, are more efficient, and have improved mood, in comparison to those who skip breakfast.
  5. Weight maintenance – those who eat breakfast are more likely to maintain a healthy weight.

So with that out of the way, let’s look at some ideas for breakfast you can try this week…

21 easy breakfast ideas:

#1 Scrambled egg with scallions, sprinkled with a teaspoon of ground flaxseeds; serve with a fresh fruit salad.

#2 Sliced banana mixed up with 2 tbsp of almond butter and a sprinkling of toasted shredded coconut. 

#3 Cooked oats topped with dried cranberries and a handful of chopped nuts.

#4 Natural yoghurt with a sliced apple, berries, and a teaspoon of ground flaxseeds on top.

#5 Blackberries mixed up with ricotta, ½ teaspoon honey and grated lemon zest.

#6 Swiss muesli – combine 2 cups of rolled oats, and 1 cup milk, cover and refrigerate overnight. In the morning add 2 grated apples, 1/4 chopped hazelnuts, and 200g of natural yoghurt and a drizzle of honey, mix well (serves 4).

#7 Sliced tomatoes topped with cheese and grilled, served with a hard-boiled egg.

#8 Brown rice or barley – cook the night before, then in the morning top with sliced apples, chopped nuts, a sprinkling of cinnamon, and a little extra milk.

#9 A egg fried in coconut oil and served with sautéed mushrooms, tomatoes and spinach.

#10 Large lettuce leaf filled with grilled bacon, a little cottage cheese, tomatoes and spinach, roll up and eat.

#11 Fruit smoothie – add a handful of berries, half a frozen banana, a large handful of spinach and a cup of milk to the blender with one teaspoon of ground flaxseeds.

#12 Dried fruit and mixed nuts, place in a plastic bag and eat on the way to work with a thermos cup of milk.

#13 Breakfast ‘burrito’ – scrambled eggs, chopped tomatoes (or salsa), and a little grated cheese, wrap up in big lettuce leaf and eat.

#14 Cottage cheese mixed with sliced fresh pineapple.

#15 Kippers or smoked salmon with cooked tomatoes, mushrooms and onions.  

#16 Fresh figs halved and wrapped in prosciutto slices.

#17 Scrambled tofu, with onions, and peppers, a dash of light soy sauce, and stir-fry with a little olive oil, serve with a small bowl of mixed berries.

#18 Lean ham or turkey rolled up in a lettuce leaf with grated cheese and a dollop of salsa.

#19 Sliced melon tossed in a bowl with the pulp of one passionfruit, topped with natural yoghurt, and a handful of chopped nuts.

#20 Protein blobs: 1 cup natural peanut butter, 4 scoops of whey protein powder, 1 tsp vanilla extract – put everything into a bowl and mix, or use a food processor. Then form into balls and roll in crushed nuts or coconut (optional). Makes about 14.

#21 Vanilla chia pudding – add 13.5 oz can of coconut milk, 4 tbsp honey, 1 tsp vanilla extract, and 1/4 tsp cinnamon to a jar with a tight fitting lid and shake vigorously. Then, add 1/4 cup chia seeds and shake again. Place in the fridge and wait for roughly 30 minutes for the mixture to set. Make the night before for a quick breakfast next morning (recipe source).

Quick High Protein Breakfast

If you’re really stuck for time in the mornings, here’s a short video on a super quick, high protein breakfast you might like to try:

So there you have it. Make sure you’ve taken a note of what has caught your eye so that you can get whatever you need next time you’re at the supermarket 🙂

What are your healthy breakfast ideas?

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Comments 110

  1. Tom

    I’m definitely guilty of skipping breakfast. I like the idea of a fruit smoothie though. Fruit is the only thing that I have ever really eaten for breakfast during the week. I definitely need to increase my fruit and vegetable intake, so I think I’ll give the smoothie a try. Thanks for the ideas

  2. Alex

    Oh, nice. Really I can’t eat morning “like a king” my stomach isn’t ready for it. But I like your #3 and #6 breakfast ideas, I’d like to mix them 🙂

  3. Melanie

    Hi Tom,

    Yes a smoothie is a great option if you don’t like to eat too much, and it’s a good way of getting in a couple of fruit servings.

    Hi Alex,

    I used to feel like that in the morning too, now I’ve gotten used to eating at a similar time each day, and I couldn’t go without eating.

  4. Christine

    I am definitely guilty of skipping breakfast. Basically I live on coffee until lunch (not good!). Glad I stumbled upon you, I just got all the ingredients for a healthy fruit smoothie. I just have to get up earlier to make it!

  5. Elaine

    Great post. Tasty, fast and easy breakfast ideas plus you’ve presented 5 compelling reasons to not forgo this important meal. Recently at a dietitians’ conference I attended the keynote speaker (himself not a dietitian) stated one of his secrets to losing weight was to add breakfast to his daily routine. The other was to increase his activity by walking more. Just these two practices made a big difference.

    I hope you don’t mind if I link back to your blog and this post in particular as part of my Nutrition Month features.


  6. Melanie

    Hi Christine,

    Thanks for visiting! Do you find you simply can’t face eating in the morning? A smoothie would be a good option if you’re not used to eating first thing.

    Hi Elaine,

    It’s great to hear about this gentleman’s success. This is what I always say, small changes, big results!

    Of course I don’t mind, thank you very much!!

    Hi Ruth,

    I know, I love breakfast too. I do tend to stick to the same things though, I’ll have to take some of my own advice! 🙂

  7. Failingmemory

    Most of those are pretty high carb. People who are diabetic or insulin resistant could not eat most of those listed. 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 18, 23, 24 (and number 7 is my favorite breakfast.) Those who are diabetic or insulin resistant *DO* need protein in the morning. ALl the rest are much better choices than sugary cereal and such. The whole wheat bagel I doubt since most often what’s labeled as whole wheat is just white with molasses added to darken it. Opt for whole grain instead. Tastes better anyway.

    Like the site so far. Still poking around.

  8. Melanie

    Hi Failing Memory,

    They are intended to be suggestions only, it’s not possible to suit everyone’s individual health requirements.

    It’s absolutely find for diabetics to have carbs foods, just as long as they moderate their portion size, and choose a high fibre version where possible.

    You are right about the whole wheat though, whole grain is a much better choice.

  9. Frankie

    My mom is on WeightWatchers. We thought smoothies would be a healthy breakfast. So I started makign smoothies made of milk, frozen berries, a banana, lowfat plain yogurt, and orange juice. We had those for a week and my mom gained like 5 pounds! We found out that smoothies AREN’T as healthy as we thought. She doesn’t have smoothies anymore. I don’t know if it was the way we were making them or if it was my mom. So, I am just saying that smoothies aren’t always healthy so be careful!!

  10. Melanie

    Hey Frankie,
    That’s right. As with all foods you need to exercise moderation, obviously all foods have calories, which can lead to weight gain if the portion is too large, or it’s eaten too frequently.

  11. may

    nice meet you
    i’ m south korean, call me may(it is my english name)
    I chanced upon your blog , search for ‘breakfast idea’
    i want to tell you about korean breakfast style
    many of koreans think that breakfast is very important too as of you
    but changed of life style, people used to eat a toast or just cup of coffee.
    and many old people eat still ‘hanjeongsik / Korean Table d’hote’

    i prefer hanjeongsik also, but morning is so busy to eat that.

    anyway i’m happy to wrote your bolog.^^


  12. may

    hello ^^
    Do you know “South korea”?
    “hanjeongsik” is traditional menu in korea.
    It’s consist of rice and soup,add to averagely five side dishs.
    “hanjeongsik” is balanced diet in short.

  13. Vanessa

    #22 is perfect! I’ve been looking everywher for a nice breakfast recipe for vegans, and I can’t wait to try this! 🙂

  14. alli

    very good ideas!! I was looking at all of the English muffin ideas so I toasted a English Muffin,1 slice of cheese, a a scrambeled egg w/ a glass of milk, very good!!!!! thank you for all the ideas.

      1. jemaya

        i feel much better after ur terrific suggestions for breakfast. this had made my life easier other than coffee (my best friend)

  15. justin

    all of these suggestions sounds great and im not a big breakfast person by the way and im pretty active on a daily basis and i was just curious how filling are these meals cause im a large guy 6 6 and 250 alotta of these kinda sound like snacks

  16. melissa

    not that i do not want to eat breakfast, but i do not eat breakfast because i am bored with the usual food choices. thanks to this article, i would like to try these new variety for a change.

  17. Amy

    I’ve developed two food sensitivities in the last 5 years (gluten – which makes me break out in hives, and lactose – which causes severe gastrointestinal distress if it stays down) and none of these breakfast would do anything short of ruin my day. Guess I’ll stick with coffee and a spoonful of peanut butter.

    1. Jessica

      Hi Amy,
      You should consider using some elements of the GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) diet. It is a variation of the Specific Carbohydrate diet. The doctor that developed it, used i to minimize the symptom’s of her son’s autism. It’s designed to help reduce /eliminate food allergies by healing your gut – which is often the root cause food allergies. It’s involves lots of homemade bone broths and boiled vegetables for the beginning stages as well as lots of fermented food to restore proper gut flora. You gradually incorporate more foods as you gut begins to heal.

      Hopefully you can find a copy of the book. It’s called Gut an Psychology Syndrome and the author is Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride. This is her website http://www.doctor-natasha.com/gaps-book.php

  18. Ashraf

    Hi Milanie,

    Thank you very much for the tips you give for a healthy life…

    I would like to know more about how i can sustain a healthy and timely eating and the food i can try daily…


  19. Alex@buffet in kl (40%)

    Your guidelines on healthy breakfast is simply superb! Interesting information on healthy breakfast ideas. Thanks for sharing & do keep posting such wonderful articles. I do agree that taking healthy breakfast helps in maintaining a healthy weight. I have personally experienced it.

  20. carl swank

    I enjoy eating pancakes,both buttermilk and buckwheat. I am considerable good health. I am a 67 male 5’6″. I also eat oatmeal and have a banana,along with orange juice. Sometimes I have 2 eggs. Is this an acceptable breakfast?

    I enjoy eating pancakes for breakfast,

    1. Melanie

      Hi Carl,
      I occasionally have pancakes for breakfast, too. I think this is fine as long as it’s not too often. Remember, it’s what you do consistently that matters.

      Mixing protein with carbs and a little fat is important for satiety at mealtimes. So just keep that in mind. For example, oatmeal with a little fruit and some crushed nuts and even a dollop of yoghurt would be a good option for breakfast.

  21. Alex@florist kl

    Simply great tips! Thanks for sharing it all. I would like to add that I love taking natural yoghurt mixed with a chopped peach, a handful of berries, and whole grain cereal, served with fresh pineapple juice.
    It is really healthy and tasty too!

  22. Albert@@spa in kl

    To make my kids eat healthy breakfast is really very difficult since they always insist on burger and pizzas. I think your idea of eating whole wheat english muffin topped with melted reduced fat cheese, a sliced tomato, and a sliced hard-boiled egg simply sounds great. My kids will surely loved it.

  23. Thor

    Hi, Melanie. I was just wondering if you could give me a good idea on a breakfast that does not exceed 500 calories and gives me all food groups. Thanks 🙂

  24. Albert Lim@car hire kuala lumpur

    Having a healthy breakfast is really essential. It should consist of protein, healthy unrefined carbs and plenty of nutrients. And those who want to get rid of their excess weight will be happy to hear that protein will really help with weight loss. Keep up the good work!

  25. misozi

    Hi Mel
    I would like your advise on how i can loose the weight that i gained after giving birth. i must confess i do eat a little bit more because of breast feeding.Please advise on a more nutrition but less calorie diet

    1. Melanie

      Hi Misozi,
      I written about a healthy diet for breastfeeding before, which you can find here. I hope it is going well with you, and your baby is healthy and happy.

  26. Melanie

    Hi Philip,
    I appreciate your concern. But, saying it is a poison seems at bit out there, no? I wouldn’t recommend soy morning, noon and night, but I don’t recommend anything in excess. Do you think all soy is bad? What about edamame, miso, tofu and tempeh?

  27. Aria

    Hi Melanie,
    Two weeks ago I’ve changed the way I eat and I started exercising everyday(half hour on the treadmill and a ten-minute dance workout) and eating less. I’ve lost a few pounds the first week and the morning I weighed the second week I lost a few too. But that same night I weighed again and it was more. Did I make a mistake about weighing twice for that day or did I not lose any weight in the first place? Please help, some advice would be very well appreciated 🙂

    1. Melanie

      Hi Aria,
      I don’t recommend that you weigh more than once per week. Otherwise you will be getting inaccurate readings due to water loss/retention. Try making your measurements on the same day each week, first thing in the morning only, and that will give you a truer picture of how you are doing. I also recommend that you make measurements of your waist using a tape measure once each week too, because these tend to give a good idea of how your body composition is changing overall, which sometimes isn’t reflected using weighing scales.

  28. Devi

    Wow! Your advice is slamming! I didn’t know that these simple and easy to make foods were so easy and delicious! Thanks again….YOU ARE THE BEST BLOGGER EVER!!

  29. Kelsey

    I’m trying to lose a few pounds. Before, I would eat 2 or 3 of those microwave pancakes, or a pack of Poptarts. Lately, I’ve been eating things like bananas, yogurts, and whole – wheat toast, but it doesn’t fill me up, and I’m not a big fan of eggs or omelets. Any suggestions?

    1. Melanie

      Hi Kelsey,
      Have you tried adding a little natural peanut butter to your toast? You could sprinkle some nuts or seeds on top of your yogurt and fruit. An apple eaten with peanut butter is also good. The idea is to increase the protein content of your breakfast, so that you are feeling fuller without taking in too many calories.

  30. Joe

    Hi Melanie, I’ve been having a helathy hi fibre cereal(Always different mixes) breakfast 7 days a week wih at least 2 cups of water. Even if Im late I just try and push in at least a glass nesquik but i cannot function properly without it. I got into the groove six years ago when i started weight training. I do some variety sometimes with eggs and toasted sandwiches. Ive also used my Meal Replacements shakes for breakfast once in a blue moon but i dont like to to put something so unnatural into my system 1st thing in the morning, it just dont feel right. Great blog sorry if i said too much but too many people out there underestimate the value of this meal.

  31. Elizabeth

    Hey! I just wanted to say I really like your breakfast ideas – they’re quick, easy, and, best of all, healthy! When it comes to breakfast, I’m not like most people. I just CAN’T skip it, and I often find myself guilty of over-eating (sometimes I even have three or four bowls of cereal!). I know this is a habit I need to break, so tomorrow morning I’m going to try one of your recipes, and also try to work on my portions. My biggest problem when it comes to a healthy breakfast is that I hate peanut butter, berries, and any kind of nuts, which is usually what people suggest. Plus, I am in LOVE with CARBS! Anyway, I just wanted to say thanks for the ideas and I’ll be sure to try a couple out – maybe I’ll find one I like even better than cereal! 🙂

  32. Neny Lily

    My way of eating breakfast varies from my daily activities. When I have to stay home, I take light breakfast like toast bread and coffee. but if I have some schedule to attend, I make myself a heavier breakfast like fried rice and egg, and of course with coffee, and make an additional sandwich to carry along. Having read your column, I hope I can get some adjustment to my habit, if there is something that I should add or deduct.Thanks to you, I’ll keep on watch for every issue that you may have.

  33. Weird guy

    Cool ideas.

    Sometimes I have weetabix and banana

    I got twelve inch rims on my chair, that’s how I roll y’all.

    1. Melanie

      Hi Fiona,
      Most of the breakfast suggestions I’ve made above are a good choice. I would recommend eating 1/2 of a whole grapefruit rather than drinking the juice, however.

  34. Twyla

    I was looking for something different for my kids for breakfast and found your breakfast blobs. I used raisin bran instead of bran flakes because that’s what was in the pantry. 🙂 I also used my Kitchenaid to mix everything. The cereal was finely crushed and well blended. Using my cookie scoop, the mixture was easily turned into little balls and then refrigerated. Just before serving, I sprinkled with organic cocoa powder. I called them breakfast candy and my kids ate them up! Thanks for a fresh idea for a healthy, EASY breakfast for my kids.

    1. Melanie

      Hi Twyla,
      That’s great to hear. I really love your idea of calling it breakfast candy. What a quick and easy breakfast, too 🙂 Thanks for your comment.

  35. Rixsey

    Hi! I dont have a lot of time in the morning to eat breakfast. I have to eat somthing that will keep me going from 6 AM to 11 AM. I am allergic to bananas and cannot eat mangos,apples,kiwi,peaches,tomatos. I have only 15 minuets to eat. Any sugestions?

  36. Simone

    Hi Melanie,

    Your breakfast ideas look great! I was wondering if you have any suggestions on low calorie AND low carb breakfast. The only things I can think of is eggs!? lol

    1. Melanie

      Hi Simone,
      Yes, eggs are number one!! Also, what about natural yogurt with crushed nuts and seeds on top? I know you said low calorie, but this is an excellent filling breakfast option, that will keep you going until lunch, and it’s perfect if you’re trying to lose weight.

  37. Deana

    Hey!! Love the ideas!!! My daughter is 12 and insulin resistant. This is difficult for anyone ESP. A child…. Can u come up with some good low carb breakfst ideas and post?? Sometimes she doesn’t eat due to lack of good choice this would be appreciated!! Ty so much…

    1. Melanie

      Hi Deana,
      I will try to get that article posted at the beginning of next week. Thanks for asking. I’ll let you know when it’s up.

  38. Glenn Ryall

    I suffer the same fate when i get up in the morning most of the time, what to eat thanks for making things more clearer.

    The reasons of having breakfast were well put up as well loved them as well.

  39. Steve

    Hi Melanie,

    I try to run in the mornings early, so usually have a green tea and breakfast biscuit, run, then op up on eggs and wholemeal toast before work.

    Keeps the hunger pangs away until about 11am, when its banana time. So almost there 🙂 I’ve tried to get some fruit in at breakfast but I am a bit fan of my protein and stodge 🙂


    1. Melanie

      Hi Steve, I always find I can go so much longer without needing to eat, when I have eggs for breakfast. Sometimes I have porridge, which is also good, but it doesn’t keep hunger away for as long.

  40. Chino

    Hi Melanie,
    I’m a self train chef. Always looking for great info, and yours is an excelent source. I’m working on a new menu for my catering business. Your healthy ideas are great since I caterer to doctors offices and they always asked for healthy choices.

  41. Janet

    Hi Melanie I’m always on the go, I have a bussiness me and my husband run were always late so we grab fast food , do you have any articles on healthies fast food ?

    1. Melanie

      Hi Janet, I have this article on making healthier choices at the fast food restaurant. Also, have you tried bringing food with you, so that you don’t need to eat out so much? Is that a possibility? This article on using a snack box may be helpful.

  42. Shammin

    Hi Melanie,

    I just stumbled across this website while browsing quick healthy breakfast ideas.
    I currently have a messed up sleep schedule (I’m having trouble sleeping at night at the moment), so i end up waking up at midday so i miss breakfast.
    My husband finds it difficult to wake up in the morning to go to work, so as a result, he tends to sleep more and miss breakfast (but recently i have made him take breakfast with him).
    These breakfast ideas sound really good and quick and i hope to start incorporating breakfast into mine and my husbands diets permanently because i know how important it is.
    Thank you for the ideas and hopefully i will gradually make some changes!

      1. Shammin

        Hi Melanie,

        I’m happy to say my hubby and I have breakfast every morning now! I started work recently (at a daycare centre) so I wake up early (and as a result I sleep very well because I’m tired from work) and breakfast is a must now! I just need to try to have different things for breakfast! Thank you again for reminding me of the importance of breakfast!

  43. Elisabeth

    Hi Melanie,

    Thanks for these ideas. I’ve been recently diagnosed as reactive hypoglycemic, so I need more protein in my diet than most people, including at breakfast. As much as I like eggs and (Greek) yogurt, it’s nice to have some other options. I can’t wait to try the breakfast blobs! 🙂

  44. Emily

    Hi, was just wondering with the fruit smoothie, would 1 banana, 1/3 cup milk and a teaspoon of cinnamon be a healthy breakfast? I used to have them for afternoon tea as a child, so I was wondering if it would be healthy enough for brekky?
    Thanks for the ideas!

    1. Melanie

      Hi Emily,
      That wouldn’t be a bad breakfast. Perhaps a little extra protein would be good, though, to keep you going longer, for example a handful of wholenuts along with that.

  45. Piya

    Hello Melanie…
    Just went through your site it looked intresting.. I’m not that over weight but would like you to guide me.. what best food should i take to loose weight…

    1. Melanie

      Hi Piya,
      Thanks for your comment. I am actually doing a free weight loss video series at the minute, if you are interested click on this link.

      p.s. You may have to opt in (enter email) to see it, but it costs nothing and is TOTALLY worth it.

  46. Natasha

    Hi Melanie
    Is your next page showing 25 easy breakfast ideas still sorted out? I’m having trouble finding it now, where is the button to the next page?
    I’ll keep looking and hope I find it anyway.
    Best wishes

  47. El

    I have to get up every morning at 6AM and get ready to leave but i can never figure out what to eat for breakfast. Sometimes if I’m really desperate i will just have yogurt or a banana but that never keeps me full until 11:30. Any suggestions?
    (P.S my real name is not El)

    1. Melanie

      What about boiling a couple of eggs the night before, and leaving them in their shells in the fridge until you need them? Then just grab and go the next morning.

  48. Rachel S.

    I make this all the time: #17 Homemade granola – mix 2 cups rolled oats, 1 cup of wheat cereal, 1 cup dried fruits and seeds, 1/4 cup of flaked coconut.
    Yum! Thanks for the great ideas.

  49. Mad Disaster

    Hi! I’m from India. I’m a 13 year old girl and I plan to lose some weight. I love your idea #3, but some berries I can’t find anywhere I go. Please tell me some alternatives.

  50. Branko

    thanks for the recipes. Since I eat the same stuff over and over for breakfast this will surely help me change it a little bit :).

  51. Mary

    Hi Melanie,

    Thank you for the recipes. Any recipes for Breakfast, lunch and dinner for Lactating mother.I’m a working breast feeding mother and I really need your ideas and advise on this please.Thank you.

  52. Sheila@Cialis

    Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, that’s why even if I’m not really a breakfast eater I have to force myself to eat. These are great breakfast ideas that I can try.

  53. Barbara

    I know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and I get extremely grumpy if I don’t have it! I’ve even gotten my roommate to finally eat breakfast after a year or two of trying.

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  54. James

    Hi Melanie,
    I’m looking for a good carb breakfast to give me the best start and preparation for a 50 mile cycle. Its an annual event but last year the last 8 to 10 miles were difficult through lack of energy. I intend to drink and take on carbs on my cycle but I’d appreciate your advice on a good breakfast.

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