Time-poor? Try these tips for a no-cook breakfast

Health and nutrition gurus have been telling us for years that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but aren’t you tired of all the best brekkie options taking so much time and effort?

I can barely tolerate having a shower in the morning, never mind transforming into the neighbourhood Nigella and whipping up a feast.

As the most time-poor woman you are ever likely to meet, I’ve pulled together some tips for a kick-ass no-cook breakfast, that leaves my belly feeling full, and at my desk on time.

                                                                   Greek Yogurt, Granola and Jam.
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This is the ultimate tasty brekkie for those of you trying to stay on the right side of your sweet tooth, and my go-to meal of the morning.

Just take a handful of granola, a dollop of Greek yogurt and a spoonful of your favourite jam, pop them into a bowl and mix. Easy-peasy.

I can hear your tummy rumbling already.

                                                                 The Ultimate Fruitburst Muffins.
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Okay this one’s a bit of a cheat on the whole no cook thing, but they are honestly worth the toil.

If you get your productive hat on the night before and whip up a batch, they’ll be perfect to grab on your way out the door.

This recipe is super-simple and one I’ve always had great successes with. Check it out here.

                                                                       Perfect Porridge Perfection
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I’ve always been anti-porridge. I had a bad experience once okay!? But recently I was tempted to try it with honey and yoghurt drizzled on top and now I’m in love.

It’s warm and fills your belly. What more could you want?