Breakfast may be heralded as the most important meal of the day, but it’s also one of the most difficult to prioritize.If you dont't have so much time to prepare it,these no-cook, easy breakfast ideas are for you. They’re made with only a handful of ingredients.

And they require no stove or blender time.Best of all, they’re still super healthy and delicious.

Cheerios are a popular quick breakfast.Cheerios are delicious bite-sized baked rice snacks that are crispy, fragrant, and lightly sweet.

Cheerios are primarily made from whole grain oats.Whole grains contain all parts of the grain, so they tend to provide more nutrients than refined grains. What’s more, eating fiber-rich whole grains may help lower cholesterol and reduce your risk of heart disease.

Furthermore, Cheerios are low in calories and fat. They also boast several essential nutrients that many people don’t get enough of, such as fiber and vitamin D.

Some of the most popular Cheerios flavors are:

· Plain.

These are the original Cheerios and most basic option. The first ingredient is oats. They contain just 1 gram of added sugar and no extra flavorings.

· Honey Nut.

These are sweetened with sugar and honey, plus a hint of almond flavor.

· Chocolate.

This kind is made from corn and oats, as well as cocoa powder and sugar.

· Apple Cinnamon.

Made primarily of whole grain oats and sugar, this type also includes apple purée and cinnamon.

· Multigrain.

This variety combines whole grain oats, corn, and brown rice. It’s sweetened with slightly less sugar than other varieties.

Cheerios can be a healthy and nutritious part of almost any diet, but it’s important to balance your diet with other nutrients and practice moderation if you prefer the higher sugar varieties.

For more protein, consider serving your Cheerios with high protein dairy or nondairy milk plus a scoop of nut butter or handful of nuts. Hard-boiled eggs and omelets also make excellent sides.

Plus, you can try these dry breakfast recipes, which are convenient and delicious.

1.Yogurt cereal bowl

Mix bananas and berries together the night before to keep the meal from cooking, or simply add fresh fruit as a topping. You can also add instant cereal on top for extra fiber and a little crunch.

2.Cottage cheese with tomatoes and pepitas

For a more savory breakfast, opt for cheese — cottage cheese. Top the chunky goodness with halved tomatoes, pepitas (pumpkin seeds), a dash of pepper, and touch of olive oil.

This dish is also great for those who love heat because it’s extra tasty with hot sauce. Spice things up even more with flavored salts or peppers, like truffle salt or citrus pepper.

3.Avocado toast with cottage cheese and tomatoes

Open-face sandwiches are a speedy breakfaster’s dream come true. We all know avocado toast, but this recipe opts for cottage cheese.

Avocado lovers, don’t despair yet: The whole-grain toast is also topped with tomato and, of course, avocado, then lightly seasoned with salt and pepper. We love using lemon pepper to give it a little extra something.

4.Honey pistachio and avocado toast

This recipe spices up the classic cream cheese sandwich by going open-face and layering with sliced avocado, chopped pistachios, and a drizzle of honey.

If you’re looking for something a bit lighter, give the other half to your partner, roommate, or friend — or simply make one slice.