Option 1: Bulgur wheat with fruit - I used to eat steel cut oatmeal made in the crockpot with apples or peaches but sometimes I would have a blood sugar spike. I discovered bulgur wheat this year and it's an amazing product because it tastes great and due to the protein it has less of an impact on my blood sugar. It only takes about 10 minutes to make four servings, which can be reheated in the microwave. I added berries in the Spring/Summer and have started to use apples for the Fall. It can be made with water or milk and either way, it's filling.
Option 2: Sausage English Muffin - If you view my Product page, you can see I love Ezekiel products and use the sprouted English muffins frequently. I also make these amazing breakfast patties found on my recipe page. By adding a slice of tomato, I get a juicy, filling breakfast sandwich that has a nice balance of protein and carbohydrate. The best part is they can be made in advance and reheated in the microwave.
Option 3: Poached egg and toast - I love poached eggs. Something about the perfectly cooked whites opening to the semi-cooked yolk spread on sprouted wheat toast. While they can't be made ahead, I save this option for the weekend, which makes it feel special.