Fast Breakfasts For Anyone Who's Sick Of Cereal

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The well-known mantra to eat your breakfast may sound old to our ears but the truth behind the adage simply cannot be denied. If you find that you are becoming tempted to skip breakfast because you are just plain bored with your morning options, try these fast breakfasts for anyone whos sick of cereal. These options can renew your enjoyment of breakfast, and your familys and encourage everyone to get some fuel in their stomach to ensure a productive day.

A morning struggle that everyone seems to experience is just having the time to prepare something that is balanced as well as nutritious; thus, the too-frequent choice of breakfast cereals that you can just quickly pour out of a box and into a bowl. Add milk and youre done. Unfortunately that routine can get old pretty quickly. As well, too many breakfast cereals just are not as interesting or nutritious as you might like. Try this alternative with your family.

The first recipe on this site offers a 3-minute muffin. Seriously. It is freshly made and takes only three minutes to prepare in a mug you can take with you and eat on your way to the office. Now thats variety. In this case it is also a blueberry muffin. Blueberries are full of antioxidants, vitamin C and fiber and are a great way to start your day.

Not a muffin fan? Try a smoothie. You can blend almost anything you like in to a smoothie whether it is vegetable or fruit based. Add protein powder and you have a dynamite breakfast that conveniently can pour into your coffee travel mug.

Too much liquid? What about a yogurt parfait? This site offers some really interesting twists on the usual yogurt and fruit combination. What about apricots and pistachios with that Greek yogurt?

We have all heard the lecture about the importance of eating a good breakfast to keep sugar levels from spiking, maintain energy, and keep our weight in balance. Still the usual culprits we get to choose from in the morning can seem tired. So go to this site and find a few new twists on an important meal.

Find out how to make this recipe and many others at the website, Oh, Sweet Basil, by following the link below.

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