Kerri Anne and I really love breakfast. It’s our favorite meal of the day, so we decided to share some of the breakfasts that we make pretty frequently. We hope to inspire you to never skip breakfast, because that’s kind of a tragedy in our opinion.
The first four breakfasts are by Hannah, and the second three are by Kerri Anne.
You’re probably rolling your eyes since we kind of just blogged about this. But it is seriously one of our favorite breakfasts, and you should definitely try it.
2. Yogurt Bowls
This is a very versatile breakfast that you can really make your own. You can start with a flavored yogurt, or just a plain, homemade greek yogurt. Yes, I really said homemade yogurt, it’s possible and one day we will blog about it. I love Chobani and Siggi’s for a flavored option (although they have great plain and vanilla options too!). Some of my favorite toppings include: honey, bananas, berries, nuts (specifically pecans and almonds), cinnamon, dried fruit, unsweetened coconut flakes, chia seeds, almond butter, dark chocolate chips, and granola. There are hundreds of delicious combinations you can come up with!
Neither of us are big fans of cereal, but granola is a totally different story! We like sprinkling it on our yogurt and smoothie bowls, but it’s also great as a cereal. I like the Vanilla Almond Granola from Trader Joes, the Raspberry Clusters with Chia
Seeds from KIND, and sometimes I like to make my own granola. This is probably our easiest breakfast, because there’s literally three steps and you can’t mess it up.
Step one: Pour your granola into a bowl.
Step two: Pour some kind of milk over your granola. Whole milk, coconut milk, almond milk, whatever you prefer.
Step three: Add toppings. This step is kind of optional, because granola is great on it’s own, but I really love to add fruit. That’s it. It’s quick, easy, and delicious.
4. Coconut Milk Quinoa
This might sound weird, as quinoa is usually used as a savory grain. Quinoa contains iron, B-Vitamins, magnesium, phosphorous, vitamin E, fiber, and protein… So it’s really good for you. Plus it’s very trendy right now, just ask Whole Foods. It’s delicious on salads, with roasted vegetables, in soups, etc etc etc. If you enjoy savory quinoa, I’m willing to bet you’ll love it as a sweet breakfast. Here is the recipe I base my breakfast quinoa off of. It’s a very customizable recipe, you can use whole milk or almond milk instead of coconut milk, and you can be totally creative with the toppings.
5. Simple Toast & Fruit
On days when we have no time to actually put effort into breakfasts this is a perfect solution! It gives you the nourishing calories you need for your day from the peanut butter and bread. (I use Ezekiel bread from Trader Joes) And fruit is just an awesome side to any meal.
6. Smoothie Bowls
Now this is our personal favorite to do. So many different smoothie recipes and so many toppings! For this there is nothing really to it. You just make your smoothie (with less liquid, so it’s more of an ice cream consistency) and add toppings. Some of our favorites are down below. My top favorite smoothie bowl concoction is my strawberry shortcake smoothie bowl. Which are shown in top left & right picture then the bottom left picture. In this smoothie we have:
- One thing of Yoplait 100 Strawberry Shortcake greek yogurt. (it is the most healthy, quick & easy flavored yogurt out there.)
- One frozen or regular banana (best when frozen)
- 1 & 1/2 cup of strawberries
- tsp of Vanilla
- Coconut water or coconut milk
Then you blend all together until it’s a very thick, creamy substance. Pour into a bowl and top away! On this smoothie I love to put my DANG coconut chips & fresh strawberries. OR i’ll put my banana bread crumble, granola, chia seeds. . .the possiblities are endless.
SO simple but SO good! Oatmeal is such an easy breakfast that you can do anything you want with. One of my personal favorites is Blueberry Cheesecake Oatmeal. It is so healthy but doesn’t taste like it at all! If you are an oatmeal lover then this is a must try for you!