15 Delicious Breakfast Options Made With Just 3 Ingredients
If you're like us, you have the best intentions of eating a quality, well-balanced breakfast, but then time — or a lack of ingredients — gets the best of you. Luckily, there are plenty of options out there that require minimal ingredients and preparation time. From baked eggs to parfait bowls and different variations on toast, we've got you covered to ensure you'll never skip breakfast again.
Greek Yogurt Parfait
Made with fruit, granola, and yogurt, this parfait is a high-protein, low-fat dream.
Would you believe this creamy breakfast, made with buckwheat, soy milk, and banana (plus additional optional toppings), is actually vegan?
Baked Avocado Egg
Finally, an excuse to eat a whole avocado in one sitting. Can't let that other half go to waste! This option is the perfect combination of healthy fat and protein.
Peanut-butter-lovers, rejoice: this satisfying liquid form of the classic sandwich (minus the bread, of course) will rock your world.
Very similar to its cousin the baked avocado egg, this version is also packed with protein and gets bonus points for not requiring any oven time.
Ricotta Cheese Toast With Honey
If you have got a sweet tooth and are also on the hunt for a lower-calorie (and higher-protein) alternative to a bagel and cream cheese, this simple breakfast is for you.
Avocado and Boiled Eggs
If boiled eggs are more your jam, try this bowl with avocado and add in some seasonings and hot sauce.
A protein-packed alternative to oatmeal, creamy polenta with milk, honey, and additional optional toppings is an excellent post-workout breakfast choice.
What's not to love about a breakfast in which you can eat the bowl? This simple bowl, made with yogurt, fruit, and pepita seeds, is a great healthy breakfast idea.
For a satisfying alternative to overnight oats, try chia pudding, which simply requires seeds, the milk of your choice, honey, and whatever toppings you like.
Everyone's still going crazy for avocado toast, and we're not complaining. All you need are the two title ingredients and whatever seasonings or sauce you prefer.
Ham and Egg Cups
You might be surprised to see ham pop up as a healthy breakfast option, but this portable breakfast is perfectly portioned to provide the perfect low-carb, high-protein combination.
The classic hot breakfast favorite, oatmeal simply requires oats and a water or milk base to start, as well as a hint of spice. Then you can go to town with healthy mix-ins like fruit or nuts.
Nut Butter Toast
Whether eaten open-faced in toast form or as a sandwich, this classic combination of nut butter, honey, and bread is always a winner.
Cereal or granola
And finally, we can't forget about a classic bowl of cereal. If you choose wisely, opting for something low in sugar and high in fiber, cereal with milk and added berries can be an excellent option.