As soon as the alarm goes off in the morning, we are ready. The mornings are a roller coaster ride that often makes us skip breakfast. Not that the rest of the day goes smoothly. So we actually need some energy and nutrition to stay flexible all day long. Fill your tummy or be on time at work? We would of course go for the latter. But doing both and saving time at the same time is doable if you have the right recipes to meet your breakfast needs. Trust us, 2 minutes (if not more) is all it takes to cook yourself a satiating yet tasty meal.
If you don’t like eating a big meal in the morning every day, we’ve got some quick recipes that will provide you with enough nutrition to get you into action. These recipes are life savers to say the least. So bookmark it and never go a day without a good morning meal.
2 minute breakfast recipes for rushed mornings:
1. Sunny side up
You can wind it up in just two minutes. Break your egg into a pan and while it cooks on the bottom, take out your bread and butter it. Simply slide the egg onto the bread, sprinkle with herbs of your choice and dig in. Can’t make the perfect sunny side up? Here are some tips that will help you.
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2. Peanut butter toast
Peanut butter is different from other spreads that simply offer good taste. This spread of protein-rich peanuts also gives you healthy fats and other nutrients to keep you going all day. All you need to do is spread some homemade or store-bought peanut butter on plain and toasted bread slices and you’re good to go.
3. Cereal Bowls
You can flavor this meal in no time at all by combining grains (oats, cornflakes, muesli, etc.) with milk, fruit, nuts, seeds and some honey. It’s also delicious and satiating.
4. Breading sandwich
No cooking, just assembling! Just spread some green chutney on your bread slices, put some tomato rings and paneer slices on top, season with salt, red chilli flakes, garam masala and chaat masala, and eat this tasty paneer sandwich.
5. Avocado toast
This dish may not be as common in India as breakfast yet, but it’s getting there. This quick recipe that gives us a healthy and delicious meal deserves to be on your breakfast menu. Scoop out the flesh from the avocado, mash it and spread it on your breads. You can top it off with cheese and herbs of your choice.
Also read: These 7 South Indian Breakfast Dishes Can Be Made in Just 15 Minutes
Your weekday mornings are sorted with these quick and easy breakfast recipes!