There are a few things that qualify something as a “boss-worthy breakfast.” First it needs to contain all of the macronutrients (protein, fat, carbohydrates) to give your body the proper fuel it needs to get shit done. Second, it needs to be something that isn’t going to be overwhelming to prepare (food prep for the win). And third, it needs to be something you’ll actually be excited to eat (or drink). Enter these prep ahead breakfast bowl ideas that will leave you feeling well fueled and ready to power through your day.
Whether you’re an entrepreneur or business woman, you will feel like a total boss when you quickly pull together a solid breakfast like this. The idea of this breakfast bowl is that you prep the base for the bowls ahead of time. Then you can customize the bowl from there. Always make sure to add protein and some sort of healthy fat to the bowl when it’s time to eat.
Breakfast Bowl Base Ingredients
(makes enough for 4-6 bowls depending on how hungry you are)
- 2 MEDIUM POTATOES OR SWEET POTATOES, WASHED AND CHOPPED
- 2 RED/ORANGE/YELLOW BELL PEPPERS, CHOPPED
- 1 RED OR YELLOW ONION, CHOPPED
- 2 TABLESPOONS AVOCADO OIL
- SEASONINGS OF CHOICE (garlic powder, dried herbs, paprika, chili powder, red pepper flakes, etc.)
Preheat your oven to 375˚ F. Spread out your veggie mix on two baking sheets. Drizzle each sheet with one tablespoon of avocado oil and sprinkle with a good pinch of salt. Add any additional seasonings you’d like and give everything a good toss.
Bake for 35-40 minutes. Tossing everything around the 30 minute mark. You can store everything in one container or divide into individual servings. Store in the fridge for up to four days.
When it’s time for breakfast, you can warm the base back up or enjoy it cold with your choice of additional toppings.[adrotate banner=”282″]
- Avocado or guacamole
- Greens (cooked or raw)
- Tofu Scramble
- Hot Sauce
- Protein leftover from dinner the night before
- A favorite salad dressing
Kim is the owner and publisher of Sass Magazine, as well as the owner of Sass Studios, a boutique graphic design studio in Frederick, MD. When not in the office, Kim can be found doing some of her favorite hobbies—reading a book, dancing, traveling, or playing with her rescued pitbull.