The answer is, you do. Everyone can find 10 more minutes.
I often hear from clients that it’s hard to make a balanced breakfast in the morning. I just wanted to prove that it doesn’t take much time, and can taste really good too! Here is one of my go to meals in the morning.
Poached eggs, whole grain toast with butter and honey, and berries.
First step, oil your pan with canola oil or olive oil. Turn on the heat!
Crack some eggs. Remember the hand method, one palm-sized serving for women (~2 eggs), 2 palm-sized servings for men (~4 eggs)
Cover the eggs after you add whatever you want to them i.e. hot sauce or pepper. While you do this, put your bread in the toaster. The hand method for carbs is one cupped handful for women, 2 for men. I figure that 1 slice of bread is a 1 serving. This is just a starting point, obviously don’t overeat if you’re too full with 1 slice.
Once your eggs are cooked, toast is done (with a little butter and honey), add some berries (1 fist), and you’re done!
Oh, and by the way, it only took me 8:55 to make it all including heating up my pan. So my point is, everyone can squeeze in 10 extra minutes to make a good breakfast. No excuses, this was done at 5am!