Use a wide bowl to combine the egg substitute with vanilla, milk and cinnamon. Then, dip the bread into this egg mixture and soak both the sides. Now, heat a non-stick skillet on medium high heat. Next, you need to place the bread slices in the skillet and cook both sides until they are golden brown. You can add some fresh fruit or maple syrup as topping for the bread slices.
I find that a shake bright and early in the morning works best, lately I have been making my shakes with one whole peach, one cup coconut milk, half a banana, and about 10 raw almonds. I purchased a cuisinart blender that blends right into a travel mug! It's awesome! My husband likes a shake with about 5 strawberries, the other half of the banana, coconut milk, and he likes me to add protein powder because he's close to being underweight and has a pretty physical job.
There is such a wide variety of shakes I know I'll never get bored.
You could also make the salad sauce the night before and put it in a glass with a lid. That way, you will just have to shake it and pour it over the veggies. My grandma eats leek soup every morning - not for everyone but a healthy and fast breakfast alternative. And you can keep it in the fridge overnight.
I make breakfast burritos the night before and just refrigerate them without the salsa or whatever sauce you are using. Just zap in the microwave in the morning and then add salsa and go! I use lightly fried hash browns/cubed and cooked potatoes, egg (or egg replacement if you're vegan), cheese (ditto for vegans) and chopped up tomatoes, spring onions and other veg that you love. Pan fry ingredients separately, compile by putting egg base into tortilla wrap, sprinkling over cooked veg and topping with cheese. Roll up loosely, store in a tupperware overnight.
Next morning, zap in microwave and then unwrap slightly and add some salsa - then wrap tightly and eat on the go! Yum and so filling!
MISO SOUP~! All you need is water, miso paste, some wakame and cubed up tofu. Put it all in a pot, set your heat to high until the water just reaches a boil. Turn off the heat. Set it to cool while you brush your teeth, etc etc. Then EAT!
Need it to be more substantial? Add more tofu/add some leftover grains. DELISH!
I like to make a big batch of oatmeal that lasts me for 4 - 5 days of breakfasts. That saves recooking it each morning. Also, when you make dinner the night before, make extra so all you have to do is reheat leftovers in the morning, this also breaks up having oatmeal every morning. And I agree that miso soup is pretty quick as are tofu scrambles. I think it was mentioned that you could do the prep work the night before so all you have to do is throw stuff in the pan to heat. Beans w/a grain rolled up in a tortilla is pretty quick. Peanut butter on toast (try to find a higher protein bread) w/a smoothie (esp. green smoothie) will last me for hours.
I make a lot of quinoa and heat some up first thing in the morning.I add dried fruit,such as figs and dates,raisins,sesame oil,and berries.It's sooo yummy.I've tried vegetables too,but my body needs healthy sugars,especially after an hour each of yoga and running!