Food & Drink

5 Palatable Breakfast Foods (If You Can’t Eat Much in the Morning)

Breakfast literally refers to the first meal you eat. But you might not eat until mid-day. However, this could lower your energy and focus. So, here are some easy-to-consume breakfast foods if you don’t like to eat in the morning but feel like you need a boost of energy to get you through.

Blended Breakfast Beverages

If you don’t like to eat in the morning, drinking your breakfast food might be more appealing. However, no one suggests you throw bacon and sausages in the blender. That would be gross. Fortunately, there are many delicious combinations of fruits and vegetables you can use. Additionally, when you combine fresh produce, you can control the amount of fiber and protein in a smoothie to suit your dietary preferences or requirements, such as vegan and gluten-free. Some of the most energetic smoothies include bananas, berries, nuts, and leafy greens.

Super Speedy Eggs

Eggs are one of the most widely consumed breakfast foods in the world. A survey found that 65% of Americans eat eggs every morning in the United States alone. And there’s a great reason to do so. Not only are eggs tasty when cooked right, but they’re also full of goodness and supply almost every nutrient your body requires. Protein, fat, salt, and folate are abundant in eggs. But for a non-morning eater, there’s even better news. You can cook scrambled eggs in less than two minutes, and they are effortless to eat. Just make sure you season and use butter.

Antioxidant Berries 

If you don’t like smoothies (shocking), you can eat your fruit in its natural form. Berries like blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries burst with energy and antioxidants. Antioxidants basically fight against harmful substances in your body. So, suppose you smoke tobacco or have a few drinks on a work night. In that case, a handful of berries can help balance your sugar, energy, and hydration levels to make you feel better. Additionally, you can snack on berries in place of less healthy foods such as candy, chocolate, and potato chips. 

Flavored Yogurts

Dairy isn’t for everyone. If you’re vegan, you won’t consume dairy products, and if you’re lactose intolerant, you can’t. Either way, it’s a shame because yogurt is delicious and healthy food, full of energy and beneficial things. For instance, yogurt is full of live microbe cultures called probiotics and prebiotics. These tiny bacteria help your digestive system and keep your gut healthy, making your morning easier. Additionally, the abundance of calcium is excellent for healthy teeth and bones. And yogurt is one of the easiest things to eat, or drink, in the morning.

Tea and Coffee

Of course, you could decide on a relieving cup of tea or coffee in the morning rather than a meal. Tea and coffee are among the most widely consumed drinks globally. Despite the negative connotations of caffeine, it is good for you in healthy amounts. Almost all teas are rich in antioxidants and provide a small amount of caffeine for a morning boost. And new research is finding that the compounds in coffee come with many health benefits. Benefits like lowering the risk of type-2 diabetes, contributing to improved liver function, and battling depression.


It’s not uncommon to find it difficult to eat in the morning, and a whole meal can be challenging. However, skipping food will lower energy levels. Fortunately, you can easily consume delicious and energetic smoothies or improve digestive health with yogurt.


Samantha hails from Virginia and is a proud wife to a retired Deputy Sheriff and mother to two amazing little boys named Jack & William. A veteran product reviewer; Samantha has been reviewing products for 8 years and offers high quality product reviews with original photography.

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