6 Easy Grab n’ Go Breakfasts

By EasyUni Staff | Last modified 11 Nov 2017
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Who said you should skip breakfast? Here are some easy-to-do meals on the go so you don’t have an excuse to not eat breakfast.

Before proceeding to the content of this article, here are the 5 reasons why you should read this!

Reason 1: This is not a spread-jam-on-the-bread article.
Reason 2: You don’t need fancy kitchen equipment (you need a functional fridge, and maybe a stove or slow cooker)
Reason 3: We’ve best preparation time and bonus tips for you.
Reason 4: These are fool-proof. (Been there, done that)
Reason 5: The ingredients won’t hurt your wallet.


Now let’s get started!

Perhaps you’ve Googled about “breakfast ideas,” “healthy easy breakfast,” “cheap and healthy breakfast” and you will end up in some US blog articles. Yeah, sure they all look appealing and easy to make, but as soon as you go shopping for the ingredient (probably bacon, berries, nuts, cheese, etc). WOW! The prices are ridiculously high in Malaysia! 

Who said you should skip breakfast? Here are some easy-to-do meals on the go so you don’t have an excuse to not eat breakfast.

1. Overnight Oatmeals


Simplified version of overnight oatmeal

Most of you probably have tried this but turned down once saw the expensive berries. Now, try replacing the berries with oranges, bananas, apples and/or pears that can be easily purchased at pasar or supermarket sales. Replace the almond milk with fresh orange juice or full cream milk.
- Time: Prepare this the night before or during weekend and store in the freezer.
- Tips: Add honey to make it sweet in a healthier way.

2. Salad

Salad of your choice

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Wash the ingredients, tear the lettuce/cabbage, cut the tomatoes/green pepper/zucchini, steam some chicken breasts, mix everything together with mayo (or other types of dressing you like). Add some salt and pepper. Tada~ Add boiled eggs if you want to feel full. 
- Time: Preferably the night before and eat it immediately after mix.
- Tips: Put the tomatoes, green pepper, zucchini cubes in a container. Add lettuce/cabbage, mayo, salt, and pepper right before you want to eat. Close the lid and shake the container instead of stirring it~

3. Pumpkin / Potato Soup

Delicious pumpkin soup in a container

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Cut pumpkin / potato and some onions, add water, and cook with mushroom soup powder found in supermarkets.
- Time: This can be your supper, and leave them on pot. Reheat in the morning if you want to have it warm. Or you can leave it to cook in a slow cooker and switch to “low” before you sleep. It should be ready when you wake up.
- Tips: Remember to close the lid nicely so flies can’t lay eggs on your food.

4. Choco-everything

Banana dip into chocolate

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Melt the chocolates, pour on Corn Flakes, put into the freezer. This is seriously a no-brainer.
- Time: Anytime you feel like doing. Can keep in the freezer for a long time (but better eat it fresh if you are making Choco-fruits).
- Tips: Replace the Corn Flakes with anything crispy, even apple slice!

5. No Bake Energy Bites (not recommend to eat frequently)

Home made no bake energy bites

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Nutella + peanut butter + chocolate chips + rolled oats + crispy cereal + honey + coconut oil. Mix everything together according to your preference. Shape it, put into the freezer. Make in bulk so that you can have it anytime in the week. Word of caution: (not recommend to eat frequently because the sugar contained in Nutella, peanut butter, and chocolate chips might exceed your daily need.)
- Time: During the weekend. It can store up to 5 days in the freezer.
- Tips: Shape it into bite size.

6. No Bake Chocolate Eclair

No bake eclair cake

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Prepare a container, put layers of biscuits, followed by a layer of cream. Repeat 2 times. Finish it with pouring melted chocolate on top of the layer of biscuits. Keep in freezer and serve it while it’s still cold.

- Time: Whenever you feel like eating a cake.
- Tips: Use ice cream to replace the cream or add fruit slices in between.


It’s done without the exact amount of ingredients so feel free to customise your breakfast! Of course, your menu can be much more fancy if you have an oven. But for now, with your student budget, these are the best food to try.
Currently, my daily breakfast is overnight oatmeal with a different combination of fruits. What’s yours? Comment below to share your recipe!

(Disclaimer: we do not hold any responsibility if you are addicted to any of this food)

Posted on 09 Oct 2017
Student Life, Study Abroad, Useful Tips