We Asked an Australian Nutritionist How to Make Workweek Breakfasts Easy

Nicole Singh
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Jess Sepel

It’s become common knowledge that breakfast is an important meal, with a nutritious morning bite giving you much-needed fuel to keep you performing throughout the day. But what’s also well-known is the frantic rush out the door as you run for your train. Sound familiar? You’re not alone. Thankfully, INF / Network member and certified nutritionist, Jessica Sepel, has shared her staple midweek breakfast recipes with us to help everyone start the day strong.

The best thing? Well, there’s a few actually: These recipes are perfect for those of us who are time-poor, they aren’t expensive, and they will keep you going from Monday to Friday. So say goodbye to your regular jam on toast go-to, and your early onset hunger cravings with these nutritious ideas.

See below for the recipes and shop our favourite culinary products. 

BANANA COOKIES

INGREDIENTS:
• 2 ripe bananas
• 1 cup of oats
• 1/2 cup almond butter.

RECIPE:
Mash bananas together with oats and almond butter. Form into cookie shapes and bake in the oven at 180°C for 12–15 mins. Prep these for the week ahead, and store in an airtight container.

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banana and nut toast

INGREDIENTS:
• 2 slices gluten-free/sourdough bread
• 1 banana
• 1–2 tbsp peanut/almond butter

RECIPE:
Toast bread until crunchy and cut banana into slices. Spread the toast with butter and start piling high to your delight. 

VEGETARIAN OMELETTE

INGREDIENTS:
• 2 eggs
• Greens of choice
• Sea salt
RECIPE:
Whisk together eggs with a little bit of water, add to fry pan, then add greens and cook through. Once done, add a pinch of salt.

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