A couple people have asked me how I manage to get breakfast for my kids, send them to school and get out the door to head into the city with a decent nutritional start for myself. It’s not that complicated, really: I just have bought interesting mix-ins and toppings to whir into a smoothie or to set atop a bowl of spoonable smoothie, yogurt, granola or oatmeal.
I am not a nutritional expert and I am sure the benefits of these are not consistent. But I am super confident that in comparison to a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich the combinations I create measure up well.
Pick and choose a few; buy a new one every couple weeks. Then combine them in different ways with fresh fruit–berries, bananas, stone fruit all work–frozen fruit (even better) and a bit of ice to get going. You can mix them into what you put into the blender or do that and use some more on top for substance, and a good look. Keep in mind calories, beware too much sweet stuff and include protein so you don’t get hungry and grab that egg sandwich as a second breakfast.
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