Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, but when you’re tired and in a rush, it can be hard to come up with an appealing option that’s both healthy and convenient. Luckily, you don’t have to stick with the same thing every day! I’ll help you find interesting variations on classics like oatmeal and eggs or present quick recipes that make use of convenience foods like bread or muffins from scratch without sacrificing flavor or healthiness
It Tastes Good
It’s an old adage, but it’s true we generally eat what tastes good. The most important thing is to be aware of how much you’re eating and to make sure that what we want to taste good doesn’t also happen to make us fat or unhealthy.
Your breakfast should fuel your body help your brain perform at its best, and leave you feeling satisfied until lunch.
When you’re stressed out and trying to quickly get out of bed, sometimes making a healthy decision (like choosing something other than cereal) feels like an added hassle. Instead of forcing yourself to choose from a bunch of items in your fridge or cabinet, stick with something that’s simple and fast to make.
Convenience matters. Most people don’t want to spend much time or money on their morning meal especially when it comes to people who’ve just rolled out of bed.
There are also so many other things that need to get done in a day that making sure you have enough time and money for breakfast can feel like a luxury, especially if you’re trying to get your life off on a good start in general. This leads us to our next reason why we always end up eating what we eat.
I Feel Like I Can’t Make Something Else
If you’re like most people, when you’re running late in the morning, it can be difficult to get out of bed and into your kitchen. Instead of playing What’s For Breakfast? as your brain starts to wake up try to give yourself a few options that are ready to eat. Having these snacks around will prevent your mind from having to overwork itself in deciding what it wants to have when you sit down at your dining t
I Don’t Want To Make Breakfast New Every Day
Although it’s tempting to reach into your pantry and grab that box of cereal every morning, have a bowl of ice cream for lunch, or head to your local drive-thru in search of dinner. Resist these urges by preparing a healthy breakfast. It’s a good habit that will only help you in the long run.
Combining Everything Above Into One Answer
It seems that people generally have a routine when it comes to their meals and lunchtime isn’t an exception. This can be explained by its ease of preparation, planning, and even habit to some extent. Here are a few reasons why having a routine with our meals is so common.
I usually just eat cereal in the morning because it’s fast and easy.
However, I know that eating a healthy breakfast is a great way to start my day.
It can keep me from getting hungry too soon or becoming sluggish later on.
The next time I get ready to grab some cereal out of habit, I think I’ll reach into my pantry and see what else I can pull out instead. Maybe if all else fails, oatmeal isn’t so bad