Even if you don’t subscribe to the notion that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, most will at least accept it’s pretty damn important – especially when their stomach starts growling aggressively from hunger during that mid-morning catch-up with the boss. Unfortunately it’s also a meal that’s hard to give the attention it deserves, because spending a lot of time making breakfast generally means either cutting into your sleep, or being late for work which, funnily enough, your boss wants a catch-up about.

All of which makes these five quick, easy and tasty recipes from Instagram’s finest no-fuss foodie The Food Grinder an absolute godsend. Each contains a hefty portion of protein so they’re ideal fodder for a post-workout meal – if you’re up early enough to fit in a workout before breakfast, that is.

Salmon And Asparagus Monster Fried Egg

One adult & one teeny weeny Salmon & Asparagus Monster fried egg %uD83E%uDD24%uD83C%uDF73 #nofussfood %uD83C%uDF0D ————————– 1. Asparagus 2. Salmon fillets chopped 3. Separate out two yolks 4. Pour the rest over the mixture with some feta 5. Under the grill for the top (make sure teeny weeny yolk is hard) #nofussbabyfood #5ingredients #babyweaning #babyledweaning #leanin15 #eggs

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The upsides of this delicious breakfast are obvious. Salmon provides protein and omega 3 fatty acids, asparagus is loaded with vitamins and minerals, and eggs is eggs. The downside is equally clear – you’ll never want a normal fried egg again.

Peanut Butter And Jam Protein Porridge

Good luck to everyone in the #GreatNorthRun this morning %uD83C%uDFC3%u200D%u2640%uFE0F @simplyhealthuk are making today the UK’s most active day of the year! %uD83C%uDFC3me and Allie are up and currently eating porridge before we go for a stroll in a bit – join us @instagram Live on it at about 9ish. I would give an actual time but it depends on how much mess she’s currently making and how long it will take me to clean up %uD83D%uDE48 Be Part of It: http://bit.ly/millionsmoving2 ————————- Peanut butter & Jam Protein Porridge %uD83D%uDE1B%uD83E%uDD44 %u2600%uFE0F 1. One ramekin (40g) oats 2. Half pint almond milk 3. In mic for 2mins 4. Take out and mix in one scoop of whey & a spoon of peanut butter 5. Back in the mic for 1min 6. Mix & add a dollop of on the top #millionsmoving #halfmarathon #walking #nofussfood %uD83C%uDF0D

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A few minutes in the microwave is all it takes to create this filling porridge, which has a dollop of whey powder thrown in to boost its protein content.

Homemade Double Egg And Bacon Muffin

Happy Mcsunday Mcmorning %uD83D%uDE00 Homemade Double Egg & Bacon McMuffin %uD83C%uDF73%uD83E%uDD24%uD83C%uDF54 #nofussfood %uD83C%uDF0D ——————– 1. Toasted Muffin 2. Two bacon in a pan 3. Two eggs in a round shape cooked through with a lid on 4. Low fat cheese slice #thefoodgrinder

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It’s not a particularly healthy breakfast, but it is healthier than getting a McMuffin from your local Golden Arches, and going home-made is more satisfying to boot.

Spinach And Mushroom Egg Bake

Mad Quick Spinach & Mushroom Egg Bake %uD83D%uDE1B%uD83C%uDF73%uD83C%uDF74#nofussfood %uD83C%uDF0D ——————— 1. Spinach 2. Mushrooms 3. Four Eggs 4. Crumbled Feta 5. Chives 6. Bake for 20ish mins #thefoodgrinder #eggs

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After a little prep you can chuck this bake in the oven for 20 minutes, providing the perfect window for a speedy home workout of a morning.

Healthy No-Fuss Fry-Up

Much needed this morning %uD83D%uDE2C%uD83C%uDF73%uD83C%uDF74 #nofussfood %uD83C%uDF0D ———————- 1. Mushroom 2. Spinach 3. Tomato 4. Halloumi 5. Egg %uD83E%uDD24 #thefoodgrinder #breakfast

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Swap out the bacon and sausage for halloumi and spinach and the traditional fry-up takes on a new, somewhat healthier look. And halloumi is the best breakfast food anyway.

The Food Grinder is working with healthcare company Simplyhealth to encourage people to stay motivated with their fitness-related New Year’s resolutions. Visit millionsmoving.co.uk for more