Breakfast Club, Final Meeting!
Are you eating breakfast? Could it be better?
Last week I posted options for rushed days, to keep your sanity, energy and pant size (or DROP ONE!)
This is the last of the breakfast club! I have given you two more options.
For more relaxed days and in-between days. Get on the breakfast train!
All Olympic Athletes eat breakfast! Be awesome and beautiful, join the club! Read on
Breakfast Option 2: Lots of time! It’s the weekend!
You’re craving a big leisurely breakfast -but also want to keep your pant size in check. If you don’t want to feel heavy the rest of the day and keep your energy up – Make yourself some
Greens, eggs, turkey with avocado and toast
Toss some torn and rinsed Kale, Chard or spinach (or all 3 ) in a pan with 1 tbsp olive oil. Toss on med heat for 2-3 mins(no more). Put on plate
2. Add sliced turkey (I like Diestel, herb roasted) – 1 thick slice. And 1 egg to pan
cook egg as desired. Slide turkey and egg on top of greens.
3. Add sliced avocado and 1 piece whole grain toast (not pictured) I use coconut spread – use real butter, just a bit – or a small bit of nut butter. I also love tabasco and salsa! Eat slowly and enjoy! – Takes max 5 mins
Option 3: Not hurried – but no extra time
- 1 small snack baggie of cereal
- 1 container of yogurt of choice. I love goat yogurt! always go for low sugar, high protein.
- small container or berries or grapefruit
THESE ARE ALL PRE PACKED THE NIGHT BEFORE AND READY FOR ME TO GRAB IN THE FRIDGE. Mix and eat at your coffee stop – or at work. No time for that? Mix when you stop for coffee. Eat in the car. Just keep your eyes on the road !
Keep spoons in your glove box!
- Make sure you keep a great grain cereal (Ezekial, Kashi, Udi’s granola, or Nature’s Path is good)
I have gotten in the habit of making my own grainola. I double it to last longer . and make sure to mix up more on a weekend, before a busy week.
Look at surfer’s granola recipe – posted last week. I highly advise this for clients to keep sugar low, protein high, carbs moderate and chock full of omega 3’s vitamins and minerals