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You know you’ve heard it in the past, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It fuels you for the energy your body is going to burn throughout the entire day and gives you the extra boost of energy you need to stay focused and perform to the best of your ability. Unfortunately for many, it’s the one meal that’s skipped most frequently because people just don’t have enough time.

With these 7 breakfast ideas, you can be sure that you’re getting a healthy meal that’s good for you and will take little to no time to make.


Cereal might be the quickest and easiest breakfast meal you can consume. Depending on what you’re buying, it could be extremely healthy as well. While it’s one option that can’t be made on the go, you should sit down or stand to enjoy this breakfast food. The great thing about cereal is that it can appeal to anyone, with any type of diet. Mix with regular milk, soy milk or almond milk, depending on what you prefer.


Get your blenders out and ready, because smoothies are a perfect breakfast option for busy bodies who are into what they eat. Smoothies can pack a slew of nutrients into one simple drink that you can have at home or on your way to work. Blend fruits, vegetables, protein powder and even complex grains to get the most out of your blended breakfast drink.


Oatmeal is one of the oldest and healthiest breakfasts available. Oatmeal has unbelievable health benefits, including helping to lower cholesterol and reducing the risk of heart disease. Oatmeal is packed with soluble fiber which helps you control your weight and eating it may even reduce the risk for type 2 diabetes. If those benefits aren’t enough, it’s one of the cheapest grains to buy and it’s a quick and convenient breakfast food.

Fresh Fruit

Fresh fruit isn’t just healthy, it’s delicious. Fruit is full of natural vitamins and health benefits that you can’t naturally find in many other foods. Fruit is a great additive to any of the typical breakfast foods but is also great on its own. If you buy fruit that’s in season, it’s going to be at it’s ripest and juiciest. Don’t overlook fresh fruit and keep in mind that you can prepare in advance! Cut up your favorite fruit the night before and store in a tupperware container for easy access and a pre-made breakfast.


Granola is full of whole-grains, protein and healthy fats. With so many different kinds and brands of granola out there, you have to be careful when buying and choose the options that are rich in fiber, protein and minerals. Don’t forget that you have the option of making granola yourself! If you spend just 20-30 minutes making your own granola, you can ensure that what you’re making is made with healthy additives and you’ll save some serious money doing so.

Greek Yogurt

Greek yogurt has blown up in the past year or two. This dairy option is loaded with protein, is a great source of calcium and helps your digestive system. Did you know that eating a cup of greek yogurt can pack as much protein as eating a cut of meat? That’s pretty spectacular, and is bound to keep you full all morning. Greek yogurt is also a great mid-day snack and even can count as an incredibly healthy dessert. This is one yogurt not worth passing up.


The incredible, edible egg is one of the most widely used and popular breakfast items for every age group. Scrambled, fried, hard-boiled or whatever way you like it, eggs are rich in protein and low in calories. The best part about eggs is that they’re super inexpensive and can be used in practically everything.

By making the effort to have one of these seven breakfast items every morning, you’ll see the changes in your body and energy levels in no time. Remember, a healthy body is only as healthy as the food you put in it to nourish it!

Annie Williams is a freelance writer focusing on healthy living. She is dedicated to a healthy diet, including her morning bowl of protein oatmeal and a tall glass of orange juice. She hopes to help others live a healthy lifestyle as well!