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Here Are 6 Easy, Healthy and Cheap Breakfast Ideas

12 eggs
Any fruit

Cheap Breakfast Ideas and Advice, from Nutritionists

Some of these can be made ahead.
1 cup plain yogurt or liquid of choice
½ tbsp baking powder
By Rachel Naar
Directions Blend everything together. Make the night before if desired.
½ cup of Greek yogurt
So I turned to nutritionists who offered healthy, cheap breakfast ideas for everyone who is too frazzled to create their own (me!).
Here’s what the experts told us.


Six Simple Breakfast Recipes

1 cup blueberries

Overnight oats

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“I love these ingredients because I can make yogurt bowls, overnight oats, smoothies and eggs, all of which are quick and portable.”
3 ripe bananas
2 cups oats
We’ve all heard that breakfast is the Most Important Meal. But when it’s 7 a.m., you’ve got hungry kids who need to be fed and out the door and your brain simply can’t deal with constructing another meal — you might easily resort to the usual: cereal & milk or frozen waffles. And by “you,” I mean, “I.”
Handful of fresh or frozen spinach

Whole grain toast with nut butter, topped with fruit or honey and cinnamon

What ingredients should you always have at home for a budget-friendly breakfast?
1 egg
By Melissa Schuster
1 tbsp chia seeds (optional)
½ tbsp cinnamon
Honey or cinnamon


Optional: hemp seeds, pecans, dark chocolate chips, cinnamon, raw honey and milk.
Aim to get whole foods and whole grains, Naar says. Plus, you should get a carbohydrate and a protein: You are the most insulin-resistant in the morning, so protein helps with blood sugar stabilization/ glycemic control, she says.
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1 bag of frozen spinach
By Monica Ruiz-Noriega, of Vigeo Nutrition
Directions Self-explanatory
Scoop of protein powder
Directions Defrost the spinach and peppers. Whisk the eggs, and mix them with the vegetables. Ladle everything into muffin tins and bake at 350 degrees for 25-30 minutes or until cooked through. These can be cooked ahead of time.

Oatmeal muffins

1 cup of frozen berries
Nut butter
1 bag of frozen pepper
½ avocado
Danielle Braff is a contributor to The Penny Hoarder.
Optional: ½ sliced banana, 1 tsp peanut butter powder and chia seeds, ½ cup frozen berries
By Rebecca Clyde
¼ cup milk of choice
By Len Lopez, nutritionist and chiropractic sports physician
Why is breakfast important? 
What should you always include in your morning meal?

Egg vegetable quiche cups

Old fashioned rolled oats, eggs, milk, plain yogurt, frozen fruit, frozen spinach, nut butter and toast, says Rebecca Clyde, a registered dietitian nutritionist based in Salt Lake City.
By Melissa Schuster, registered dietitian nutritionist based in New York
¼ of a banana
Whole grain toast
12 oz whole plain yogurt

Yogurt with mix-ins

½ cup milk (any type)
½ cup of dry Old Fashioned Oats oats
½ cup chopped walnuts (optional)
“You’re literally breaking a fast and restoring your body with all the nutrients and energy it needs to take on the day,” says Rachel Naar, a registered dietician in New York.
Directions Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mash the bananas in a large bowl. Add the remaining ingredients and mix well. Line muffin tins with liners or oil spray. Bake for 20 minutes. Enjoy with melted peanut butter or tahini, or top with Greek yogurt.
Directions: The night before (or a few days before), put the fruit and oats into a mason jar. Pour the milk over it. Seal. Put it into the refrigerator. Make this up to four days before eating. Eat cold, or warm it up in the microwave.
Directions Mix yogurt with your choice of toppings. Prepare ahead if desired.