You can’t go right with boxed cereal.
Most cereal has too much sugar and natural flavors which are really fake chemicals. The government allows companies to hide the chemical names of ingredients by using the term natural flavor or natural flavors on the food label on the product.
Remember: Natural flavors are fake chemicals. They’re no friend to your waistline or your health. It’s simple and quick to make healthful breakfast choices that don’t include chemical-laden frosted flakes or healthy-in-name-only cereals.
Remember: any product name that makes an emotional appeal to you as being healthy for you most likely has these chemicals and other not-good ingredients lurking in their contents.
Trust me: I’ve read an article in a women’s magazine that purported to give you quick-and-easy breakfast recipes. Only those recipes didn’t seem quick and easy to me when I read them.
Here’s the deal: eggs in moderation are OK. Avocados have heart-healthy fats. Allegedly people who eat a lot of avocados are skinnier if this is something that might interest you as some kind of fact. This seems far-fetched to me.
I’m going to give you here two recipes I found in reputable books.
Misty Copeland in her book Ballerina Body has a rolled oats snack recipe. I haven’t created this yet I’ve bought rolled oats to make for breakfast.
Instant oatmeal isn’t a healthful choice. It takes mere minutes to boil the water and seconds to swirl the water in the oatmeal. Yet it isn’t the greatest health option.
20-Minute Rolled Oats Breakfast Recipe:
Bob’s Red Mill Rolled Oats
Nuts or seeds like slivered almonds and pumpkin seeds
Boil 2 cups water.
Add 1 cup rolled oats.
Lower the flame.
Heat 10 to 20 minutes linked to your desired consistency (a little mushy or firmer).
Stir the oats as they’re being heated up.
Shut heat. Mix in maple syrup, nuts, seeds, cranberries, or diced dried apricots.
(I use Coombs organic dark amber maple syrup.)
The point is taking the time to have a good breakfast is worth the 20 minutes it will take.
Scramble four eggs in a bowl.
Stir in diced or slivered red pepper, onions, mushroom, broccoli, and fresh cheese.
I used red pepper and fresh grated parmesan cheese.
Pour into muffin pan slots.
Cook for 10 to 20 minutes at 350 degrees.
The tops will rise above the rim of the pan slots.
I heated my eggs for 15 minutes.
Grating your own parmesan cheese wedge is preferably to buying any parmesan cheese in a plastic container or in a cardboard bottle. Those kinds of cheese have unnatural preservatives that people really don’t need to be ingesting.
Fresh Direct online food delivery service in New York City will grate for you for about sixty cents extra the fresh wedge of parmesan that you buy.
Easy to cook breakfast recipes that are better than any boxed cereal and healthier I guarantee you.