Conquer cravings and your budget with the most important meal of the day! Not only are these breakfast foods affordable from the get-go, but thanks to their dense nutrient profile, they also keep you full longer.
This whole grain is full of fiber for long-lasting energy. Make overnight oats to simplify your a.m. routine or take just a few minutes in the morning to prepare a hearty, warm breakfast. A bowl of oats is the perfect blank canvas for tasty toppings—sweeten it up with fresh fruit and nuts, or go savory with eggs and sautéed veggies.
Packed with protein and a variety of vitamins like Vitamin B12 & Vitamin D, eggs are a breakfast no-brainer. Scrambled, fried or boiled—eggs can be eaten by themselves, piled onto toast or baked with veggies for a well-balanced breakfast.
Whether you’re making a bowl of cereal, mixing up a smoothie or just pouring yourself an ice-cold glass, opt for low-fat milk in your morning meals. Loaded with calcium, protein and Vitamin D, milk has the nutrients to support healthy bones and teeth.
Starting the day with yogurt will make your belly happy. Not only does it taste delicious, but it’s also full of probiotics that support a healthy gut and immune system. Customize with your favorite fresh fruit for an extra boost of flavor and nutrition.
NATURAL PEANUT BUTTER
Made with just one simple ingredient—peanuts—Schnucks Natural Peanut Butter is an affordable way to power up with extra protein. Dollop onto oatmeal, spread on a banana or schmear onto whole-wheat toast for an invigorating addition to breakfast.
An apple a day may not really keep the doctor away, but they do boast plenty of nutritious benefits such as Vitamin C and fiber. Great for on-the-go grazing and delicious when sliced and cooked with a pinch of cinnamon, apples are an ideal companion for yogurt, oatmeal or peanut butter toast.
The benefits of bananas are ... well, bananas. This tasty fruit packs fiber, potassium and B-vitamins into a convenient—(and affordable) package that makes for a great grab-and-go breakfast on its own or topped with nut butter. Bananas are also delicious when sliced onto your morning cereal or toast.
An excellent source of fiber and full of healthy fats, avocados are nutritional powerhouses that provide for some truly nourishing noshing. Smash and spread onto whole-wheat toast, chop and fold into an omelet or blend into a smoothie to add some extra substance to your morning meal.