Top 10 Healthy Breakfasts In 5 Min or Less


Breakfast is the king of meals. Everyone knows breakfast is the most important meal of the day, it’s a phrase we’ve heard a dozen times. Many breakfast-skippers just don’t have the time in the morning to make breakfast so they might not believe in its benefits. Luckily, there are still some great options if you’re in a bind but still want some energy and nutrition first thing in the morning. Health Fitness Revolution has created this list of top 10 breakfasts that take five minutes or less to make to convince you that breakfast will help jump start your day! All you have to do is try it for yourself!

  • Avocado on Whole Grain Toast with Strawberries: Two servings of fruit, healthy fat, protein, and carbs: this sweet, creamy, crispy option has everything you need to get going in the morning.
  • Greek Yogurt, Granola, and Berries: Plain greek yogurt has skyrocketed in popularity over the past decade and it’s no mystery why. Greek yogurt has protein and it can be mixed with granola and berries for some added antioxidants, sweetness, and of course, energy. Try and make your own granola over the weekend to make your breakfast as healthy and delicious as it can possibly be.
  • Berry Smoothie Bowl: Fruit smoothies are an excellent way to get your daily recommendation of fruits, but not everyone is a fan of drinking their meals. That’s where  the smoothie bowl comes in. It’s like a smoothie, but in a bowl with fruits and granola piled on top. Yum!
  • Leftovers + Eggs: Have some leftover potatoes from last night’s dinner? What about mushrooms, squash, or ground turkey? Why not have them for breakfast? Make your own protein scramble. Microwave the leftovers and scramble some eggs in a skillet, toss in the leftovers when the eggs are almost cooked and serve!
  • Overnight Oats: The best part about this recipe is that the five minutes of prep are done the night before, which means you can just roll out of bed and have a healthy breakfast all ready to go. Combine milk, oats, fruit, honey in a container and leave it overnight. If you prefer it hot you can microwave.
  • PBB&C: The peanut butter sandwich can be a powerful protein starter for your day. Use whole grain bread, natural peanut butter, a banana, and nutrient-dense chia seeds. If you need additional fiber in your diet, add some flax seeds to the sandwich.
  • Green Smoothie: Fruit and vegetables done right, customized your way. There are endless varieties of the green smoothie, but our favorite has spinach and kiwis. Add coconut oil if you want to up the calories.
  • Muesli: This nutritious breakfast cereal is rich in antioxidants, fiber, and probiotics. Better yet, a batch can last up to two months in your cupboard. Once you’ve got a batch of muesli on hand, you can mix it with milk or yogurt and top it off with fresh fruit.
  • Egg and Spinach Omelet: Heat up eggs in a large pan. As they form together add a clump of spinach. It should wilt in about a minute. Serve with a side of whole grain wheat toast.
  • 5-Minute Multigrain Cereal: This is a sure bet to help you last you to lunch, and it includes healthy grains and delicious fruit.


  1. When you break your overnight fast lots of water and then lemon juice and/or other fruit that will help detoxify your body and deliver energy and preferably alkaline pH would be the most highly desirable so thats means the green smoothie would probably be one of the best way to start the morning. The peanut butter is toxic – even without the sugar and hydrogenated oil which most peanut butters have, the fact that peanuts R actually legumes that contain an aflatoxin that doesn’t necessarily roast out Plus the peanut is extremely acid pH and roasting turns it acid makes it a product that some nutritionists claim doesn’t even qualify as a food as is milk also described once it has been homogenized and pasteurized which destroys the nutrients and makes it toxic also- sadly it is hard to get raw milk which God put the enzymes in so that we can digest it but that pasteurization takes out- then homemade nut or seed milks R way cheaper and way healthier!

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