5 Easy Breakfast Recipes for Busy Mornings

Forget cereal and milk or your typical running a late glass of juice.

These breakfast recipes are so easy, full of protein and healthy fats that you will feel more energized and less hungry during the rest of your day.

It might feel discouraging when you aim for breakfast foods from inspirational pictures on social media and feel you have to go to baking school to make them a reality.

We want to share what we think is a breakfast that you actually have time and the will to make for yourself.

Without further notice, let’s get started.

Here are 5 easy breakfast recipes for busy mornings!

1. Cheesy Eggs (4 Minutes)

Yup, it doesn’t have to get more complicated than that.

Replace your typical sandwich with eggs and you will have a nutritious and healthy breakfast filled with lots of protein. Just like a sandwich you can put a few slices of cheese on the eggs to make it a bit tastier!


  1. 3-4 eggs
  2. Your favourite cheese


  1. Fry your desired amount of eggs
  2. Put a few slices of your favourite cheese on top just before serving
  3. Enjoy!

2. Turkish/Greek Yoghurt with Granola (3 Minutes)

Cereal and milk is a tasty breakfast, but not very filling and healthy.

Replace your milk with full fat Turkish or greek yoghurt and replace your cereal with granola and add nuts and seeds for plenty of healthy fats and fibres.

For a bit more sweetness you can add some berries, frozen or fresh. A very tasty breakfast that feels like you are eating a dessert!


  1. Turkish/Greek Yoghurt
  2. Granola
  3. Extras
    1. Almonds/Pecans
    2. Berries
    3. Honey
    4. Coconut flakes
    5. Peanut butter


  1. Take a few scoops of your yoghurt
  2. Add the granola
  3. Add your desired extras
  4. Enjoy!

3. Upgraded Oatmeal (4 Minutes)

Oatmeal, even though being filled with lots of goodness, could definitely use an upgrade.

To make a portion of oatmeal more exciting and satisfying, add some of the awesome extras to customise it to your liking.


  1. Rolles oats
  2. Extras
    1. Almonds and Pecans
    2. Chia and Pumpkin seeds 
    3. Cinnamon
    4. Milk
    5. Blueberries 
    6. Coconut flakes
    7. Peanut butter


  1. Pour 1dl oats into a bowl
  2. Mix in 2dl water
  3. Microwave for around 2.5 minutes (depending on the oats and microwave)
  4. Add your extras
  5. Enjoy!

4. Banana Pancakes (5 Minutes)

This recipe couldn’t get easier, the steps are the following:


  1. 2 eggs
  2. 1 banana
  3. Berries
  4. Peanut butter


  1. Mix one mashed banana with two eggs
  2. Fry butter and pour the mixture in the pan
  3. Add some goodness like berries or peanut butter
  4. Enjoy!

That’s it! A tasty breakfast that has lots of protein from the eggs and electrolytes from the bananas.

This recipe is one of my go to’s if I have bananas that are soon going bad, and want to make something delicious with them.

5. Egg Muffins (30-40 minutes)

Have some time to prepare a more luxurious breakfast? Want to impress your family or friends, or make a surprise breakfast for your partner?

This is maybe not the quickest recipe of the bunch, but certainly one of the most delicious, and you can make a batch of them that will last the entire week.

These egg muffins can be customised to your liking, and you can basically add anything you would like to have.


  1. 12 eggs
  2. 1 can of pesto
  3. Feta cheese
  4. Sun-dried tomatoes
  5. Olives
  6. Spinach
  7. More ingredients to your liking, examples:
    1. Bacon
    2. Broccoli
    3. Anything your stomach longs for


  1. Set the oven to 175 degrees Celsius
  2. Mix eggs in a bowl
  3. Add pesto
  4. Add crumbled feta cheese and spinach
  5. Pour mixture into a muffin tin
  6. Add the olives and sun-dried tomatoes
  7. Add extra ingredients 
  8. Bake in the oven for 15-20 minutes

As mentioned, making them takes some time initially, but after they are made you just have to warm them in the microwave, actually making them the quickest breakfast 😉

Here are a few other recipes on egg muffins with some variants I really recommend:

Easy pesto egg muffins

Keto egg muffins

And lastly…

Hopefully, you now have some good inspiration from these 5 easy breakfast recipes. A good breakfast doesn’t have to take long to prepare, as long as you use the right ingredients and have the right mindset.

If you are someone who feels like you never have enough time in the morning to make a good breakfast, maybe you have to wake up a bit earlier to make a nice one. Check out our article “How to wake up early” for inspiration to become an early riser.

We would love to hear from you, what do you eat for breakfast, and how important is breakfast for you?

All the best,


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Hey guys! My name is Gustav and I'm a habit fanatic. Through good habits, I was transformed from a confused young man to finding my true passions and living a life I'm proud of. My favorite habits are waking up at 5 am, cold showering, and journaling. I hope to inspire you to implement the habits, mindsets and beliefs that will fuel your life for the better!

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. YungValue

    Love it, thanks!
    I usually just eat toast but I will try some of this 🙂

    1. Gustav

      Awesome to hear, thanks for your reply! If you liked some of the recipes we would love to hear which ones 🙂

  2. Seba

    Can´t go wrong with some healthy oats!

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