Breakfast can be a difficult meal to allocate time to, as it is often short in the morning and your appetite may also be diminished if you tend to wake up early and groggy. Nevertheless, breakfast can be beneficial to nourish the body and wake your mind so that you feel more alert and ready to start the day with a fruitful mind.
If you have kids or don’t work from home and need to go to an office (especially if it’s a long trip!), It can be difficult to set aside a few moments to put together breakfast – a meal where you sit down to eat at a table or even something portable to enjoy on the go.
This is why preparing breakfast the night before so that it is ready when you need it in the morning can be a great trick to save time and energy, as well as money. You won’t run out to your local café once this belly starts hype! Here are some ideas for an all-night breakfast to create a smooth, nutritious morning.
Oats are high in fiber because the carbohydrates are complex and not refined, so oats will keep you full for longer and take longer to digest. Additionally, fiber also maintains your regularity and improves gut health for better immunity.
You can make a generous amount of oats overnight and let them cool in the refrigerator while you sleep. comfortable! Come in the morning add an extra layer, like fresh fruit, nuts and seeds. It’s ready in a few minutes max and is a great breakfast that will help you rejuvenate your long day.
Overnight chia pudding
Another great option for iced breakfast is overnight chia pudding, which is sticky, delicious, and full of texture. Chia seeds contain healthy fats, such as omega-3 fats, to reduce inflammation in the body to reduce the risk of various diseases (such as heart disease and dementia) as well as to improve the feeling of satiety even more.
Play with toppings again – almonds, pistachios, berries, banana slices, mangoes and more. You can even chop Quest protein bar or PB cups to sprinkle on top when you have a sweet tooth.
Mason breakfast salad Jar
Yes, you can have a whole salad for breakfast, as long as it is “breakfast-inspired”. For example, create a base with greens, such as watercress, spinach, or kale, and layer it to the top inside a Mason jar to store in the refrigerator overnight. You can layer foods rich in protein and fiber, such as beans, chickpeas, sliced chicken, shredded tofu or canned fish, as well as brightly colored chopped vegetables and fruits. Just don’t add the sauce until morning – you don’t want the salad to sit in the fridge and go soft overnight.
A high-protein smoothie
Gather a pack of frozen juice the night before a busy morning. Divide your favorite frozen fruits and vegetables in a Ziploc bag until they’re ready to use. Divide any nuts and seeds you want in another Ziploc bag and keep them right next to your blender.
Then in the morning, all you have to do is toss the contents into a blender, and add liquid as a base (think non-dairy milk or coconut water, for example), plus a protein powder, such as Quest protein powder. It’s ready in minutes and you can sip on the go!