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I’m Jeannette and we’re making healthy breakfasts.
And right now, I’m going to show you what you can grab if you’re actually literally running out the door. There’s no reason not to have something especially with a little preparation.
So, the easiest thing to do and this works for teenagers on their way to school too is to grab a piece of fruit. Now, if you’re looking for something with a little bit lower sugar, you want to try something like an apple, or pear, or a piece of melon, or any form of berries. If you’d like to add little more on to it with some protein and some fiber, the easiest thing to do is to grab some nuts. You can grab a handful of almonds if you would like or if you have walnuts, if you keep them shelled and ready to go. I’d like them raw not toasted. They’re a little bit easier to digest. And if you have just a moment, you have just a moment, you can take a ripened cantaloupe, open it up, scoop the seeds out. It’s very easy to pull cantaloupe out of its peels and make an instant smoothie.
I will just put it in here and I will show you how quickly it settles down. So, it blends right up very smoothly into a quick drink. And you can just put that in a cup to go. If you’d like to have a sweeter fruit, just grab a banana and add a little bit more fiber and protein. It’s a good idea to keep some ground flaxseeds or even some wheat germ on hand, you can break it in half and just roll it in the wheat germ. And children love to do this. And if your kids have some time, you can even slice it in half and put a little almond butter in the middle and then you’re ready to go.
So, those are few ideas for grab it and go simple breakfast in the morning. And next we’re going to be talking about breakfast toasties.