Skipping breakfast? No thanks:
It’s a surefire way to reduce your metabolism and give your body less of the energy it needs to fuel itself for the whole day. But carving out the morning time you need to get the nutrition your body craves? That can be akin to climbing
Mount Everest on some mornings. But don’t despair: There is a solution—make breakfast the night before.
At first thought, this sounds unappealing. I mean, who wants to eat warmed-over eggs? But that’s not what make-ahead breakfast is. Take overnight oats: Oatmeal needs time to soak up all the goodness in additions such as coconut milk and orange zest. Doing so gives you a filling, fiber-rich meal to help reduce your sugar cravings for the rest of the day. And make-ahead breakfasts appeal to everyone, of every age and flavor persuasion.
Here are a few recipes for you to get started with.