Are you always busy and rushing around? Especially in the morning?

What if there was a way to quickly get the fuel you need AND get out the door in time? And what if that food offered consistent energy levels for six or eight hours, increased your focus and clarity of thought, and gave you the ability to tackle even more than you already do?

I want to share with you five healthy breakfast ideas that you can prepare in less than 5 minutes. They’re based on providing the two macronutrients that offer the most fuel and satiety: fat and protein.

Not only will these breakfasts help you perform better, they’ll shrink your waistline because they stabilize your hormones and give your body exactly what it needs.

#1) Eggacados

Load up with healthy fat and protein in less than 5 minutes? Yes, please!

Preheat your oven to 425. Take two avocados and slice them in half. Scoop out a little more than a yolk-sized portion of each avocado. Crack an egg into each avocado slice. With practice, you can get the yolks to drop first and then let the whites cover the top.

Place the eggacados in a small baking dish and pop into the oven for 15 minutes or until the egg whites set. Go get suited up for the day while they cook and they’ll be ready right before you need to walk out the door.

#2) Bulletproof Coffee

Let me be clear: this is the only coffee suitable for top-level performers. It’s like rocket fuel for the first two hours and then diesel fuel for the following four to six. With. No. Crash. And it tastes amazing (even though it seems like it wouldn’t).

Brew up 16 ounces of coffee (organic or low-toxin is preferred). Once brewed, pour into a blender and add two to six tablespoons of grass-fed butter. Yes, you heard that right. Don’t worry, it tastes great.

Grass-fed butter (the Kerrygold brand is the most popular) is loaded with vitamins and essential amino acids and is far healthier than the cream you’re using now. Butter is the diesel fuel in this recipe.

Next, add one to three tablespoons of MCT oil. This is a concentrated dose of Medium Chain Triglycerides (the same fat found in coconut oil). MCTs are used immediately by the body for fuel; in fact, it’s like rocket fuel for your brain.

Blend, enjoy, and double your previous productivity output.

Full details here →

#3) Rebooted Vanilla-Strawberry Power Smoothie

This is the official Rebooted Body smoothie — low in sugar with a strong dose of healthy fat and protein. It’s not only delicious, it will keep you satisfied for hours along with feeding your healthy gut flora.

Power ingredients: raw milk kefir, grass-fed whey, kale, coconut oil, potato starch, cinnamon.

Full recipe →

#4) Leftover Steak and Eggs

Here’s a tip: whenever you make steak, make more than you typically eat in one sitting and automatically put the extra in the fridge for the next morning (sliced up and ready to go). 

When you’re ready for breakfast, fry up two to four eggs (pastured preferred) in Kerrygold butter. Once the eggs are done (2-3 minutes) put them on a plate and then toss the leftover steak in the pan. Heat for 2 minutes and you’re set.

#5) Breakfast Omelet Muffins

You can’t “make” these in less than 5 minutes, but you can prepare them in less than 5 minutes once they’re made. And that’s the key here. Ideally, you’d make these on Sunday and have at least two days of the coming week covered for breakfast simply by reheating them.

It’s simple: eggs, peppers, onions, bacon, and some seasoning baked in the oven. No more slaving over the stove when you’re in a rush to get out the door. Hell, you can even eat these in the car (though I’d recommend you create a little more margin in your schedule if that’s constantly the case).

Full recipe →

Have an idea of your own?

What do you do for a quick, healthy breakfast solution? Leave your brilliance in the comments…


  • Wenchypoo says:

    What I do for breakfast (even though I don’t work) is this: take your average run-of-the-mill chocolate/avocado pudding recipe (I use this one:, and substitute 2 drops liquid stevia and 1 whole can of chilled coconut milk for the honey and 1/4 c. coconut milk), and make it do double-duty. I use part of it as a smoothie right out of the blender, and pour the rest into a bowl and refrigerate for dessert. I’ve also been known to send covered bowls of this to work in Hubby’s lunch–his co-workers have tasted it and are astonished to find out it has avocados in it.

    I also buy a package of Applegate Farms pepperoni or salami, separate and lay the slices out over a broiler pan, and bake at 350 for 10 mins. on each side–this is “salami” or “pepperoni chips.” These too go in Hubby’s lunch, or reside in the fridge as a snack ready to go.

  • Rachel Harris says:

    Great post thanks!!!

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