Nowadays, most of us have a very busy schedule– we wake up, rush to get ready, grab a quick breakfast and dash to the office. Usually, we don’t have time to even think properly about what we put in our mouths and how many calories we consume daily, which can result in overeating and putting on extra weight. Unfortunately, we cannot alter our intense lifestyle as the older we become the more responsibility we have and the busier we are, but luckily, we can change our daily unhealthy habits by assigning just 5-10 minutes every evening. Spending that time to plan your daily meals will help you to make shopping more efficient.


Breakfast is the most important meal of a day as it fills us with energy for the whole day, it may also impact our mood. Love yourself and begin every morning with a healthy delicious breakfast.


Well, now let’s get some healthy ideas for quick breakfasts which are also high in vitamin C to increase your energy levels, help you to wake up and strengthen your immune system.


Toast with avocado, tomatoes, fresh dill and flaxseed  

Preparation and cooking time: 5 min

It’s an amazing combination of various vitamins, including Omega-3 and a great energy boost. Simply make toast, pour some olive oil on top, decorate with slices of avocado and halves of cherry tomatoes, sprinkle with flaxseeds.


Toast with mango, strawberries and Chia seeds

Preparation and cooking time: 5 min

Mango and strawberries are extremely high in vitamin C and will fill your body with energy and help to put you in a good mood. Make toast, peel and slice a mango, top up with halves of strawberries and sprinkle with lemon juice, honey and Chia seeds.


Scrambled eggs with fresh spinach, tomatoes and parmesan

Preparation and cooking time: 7 min

Beat 2 eggs and mix with black pepper. Quickly prepare the tomatoes and spinach by simply slicing them into chunks. Mix the vegetables with the eggs, pour the mixture in to a pan and cook for 3 minutes. Serve with parmesan flakes. 


Couscous with orange, peach, raisins, and pumpkin seeds

Preparation and cooking time: 7 min

Take 40 g of couscous, mix it with 200 ml of semi-skimmed milk and boil for 4 minutes. Decorate with chunks of the orange, slices of peach and sprinkle with raisins and pumpkin seeds.

Note: Use yeast free bread, it will benefit your digestion and help you to avoid bloating, keeping your stomach flat.