One of my favorite easy breakfasts is a Manna Bread Toast. I find one serving to be filling, and conveniently portable. As someone that eats small meals constantly, this is enough for me to start my mornings. However, it may not be enough for you if lunch is serval hours later. Manna Bread is “cake-like, free of salt, no oils, no sweeteners, no leavening agents. Manna bread is moist and delicious, high in protein and fiber.”
Manna bread is kept in the frozen food section, and must be kept in the freezer at home until use. After years of hastily trying to defrost my loaf, and finding myself trying to cut a bread rock, I came up with the brilliant idea of pre-slicing the bread when I got home from the supermarket. It was a “duh” moment after years of nearly loosing a finger.
To prepare: I toast my slice of bread in the toaster oven, then top it with peanut butter or hazelnut butter, and slices of bananas. It wraps up nicely in tinfoil if I need to take it on the go.
I like the Fruit and Nut loaf, although there are many different ones to choose from. Ingredients: Sprouted organic wheat kernels, filtered water, organic raisins, organic dates, organic almonds, organic cashews, organic hazelnuts, organic cinnamon, organic nutmeg, organic oatmeal
This is the Manna Organics website, however, I purchase my bread form my local Whole Foods: https://www.mannaorganicbakery.com/index.html