Breakfast to beat the Monday Blues


It’s so easy to skip out on a Breakfast mean when you’re in a hurry for your office, that too on a Monday. Oh wait, that too on the first working day of the year. Guess what, skip your breakfast and you could get fired !!. Yes researchers believe that professionals who skip breakfast regularly are temperamental during the first half of the day and engage in arguments with their colleagues which can easily be sorted with a professional discussion. You don’t want that do you ?

Here are some 5 tips on quick, easy and Happy Breakfast Foods, with these you don’t even have the excuse of having “no time”.

Fruit and Yogurt Parfait

Craving something sweet and healthy? Go for a bowl of yogurt and top it with your favorite fruit. It only takes a few minutes to prepare and will keep you full until lunch. Don’t be afraid to add some more toppings to your parfait like seeds and granola.

Avocado Toast with Egg

A breakfast staple, eggs are always a good choice if you’re not sure what to eat in the morning. Spice it up with some avocado and you’re set. Lightly toast your choice of bread, top it with avocado, salt and pepper, and a sunny side egg for protein.

Fruit Smoothie

Smoothies, though a little more time consuming to prepare, are a great on-the-go breakfast that come in dozens of varieties to satisfy your appetite. Looking for something fruity? Mix your favorite berries with a banana, some ice, and fruit juice and you’ve got yourself a filling breakfast. Sneak in some greens like spinach or kale. It will boost the nutrients in your smoothie and you won’t even taste it.

Peanut Butter and Banana on Toast

A healthier take on the peanut butter and jelly sandwich, peanut butter and banana make the perfect (and healthy) pair! Top some whole grain toast with a layer of organic peanut butter and banana slices for a delicious and filling breakfast.

So what’s your favorite startup food ? Share !

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