Whether you think breakfast is the most important meal of the day or not, having food after fasting throughout the night helps to improve concentration, energy levels and mood. Not all people have time to cook a nutritious breakfast though. In anticipation of that, offering breakfast can be a great way to let people know you’re looking out for them. Especially if you’re in hospitality with hotels or B&Bs as guests appreciate having their first meal of the day sorted for them. This can also be a nice employee perk if you offer breakfast options at your business or workplace.

A morning staple that shines in these moments is breakfast cereal. Having them in packs makes cereal even more convenient as it’s easy to take on the go and the product doesn’t require any service handling.

What makes the perfect breakfast?

Breakfast, like every meal, needs to be balanced. It needs to have lean protein and healthy carbs (preferably with whole grains and fibre) as well as fruits and vegetables. Sneaking in a serving or two of fruits and veggies at the beginning of your day will help you get all the vitamins and minerals you need.

If you are looking to buy wholesale breakfast foods, make sure you’re offering a balanced breakfast. For lean protein, that could include yogurts, eggs and beans. To get the right carbohydrates that refuel energy levels, consider a variety of healthy cereals, porridge, and toast. If eating broccoli first thing in the morning doesn’t sound too appealing, remember that one of the easiest ways to squeeze in vegetables before lunch is by putting them in an omelette!

Convenience can go a long way in the makings of a perfect breakfast, and buying wholesale makes it even easier. Keep these different nutrients in mind and don’t forget to have a fruit bowl!

 

 

Tips for making breakfast at scale

If you’re always running late in the morning and don’t have time to cook breakfast, try making a few days of breakfast at a time. Cooking bulk breakfast recipes will give you healthy, yummy food that’s pre-made and ready to go out the door with you.

Great breakfast foods to make in large volume for a week’s worth of meals include muffins, breakfast bowls, freezer breakfast burritos, overnight oats, granola bars and smoothies. A lot of these are foods you can get pre-made in stores, so be sure to check the nutrition label to make sure they aren’t full of sugar or other added ingredients if you buy them. One of the benefits of making breakfast yourself is knowing exactly what goes into each meal – and picking healthy recipes to begin with.

Make a week’s worth of bulk breakfast on a Sunday so you’re ready to go the next morning. This will get you through the work week – or at least a few days! Taking out the stress of picking a healthy breakfast is another benefit of making breakfast at scale. When you have it cooked and ready to go, it’s one less decision to make in the morning.