Simple breakfast for students staying in hostels  

Overnight Oats: Mix rolled oats with milk or a milk alternative and any mix-ins you like, such as peanut butter, honey, or yogurt, in a jar. Leave it in the fridge overnight. In the morning, top it with fresh fruits, nuts, or seeds. This requires no morning prep time.

Greek Yogurt and Fruit: Buy a tub of Greek yogurt and keep it in your fridge. Serve it with fresh fruits, a drizzle of honey, and a sprinkle of granola or nuts. This is high in protein and very filling.

Avocado Toast: If you have access to a toaster and a refrigerator, mash an avocado on toasted bread, season with salt and pepper, and if available, top with a poached or fried egg. This is nutritious and very satisfying.

Microwave Scrambled Eggs: Beat eggs with milk, salt, and pepper in a microwave-safe bowl. Microwave on high for about 1-2 minutes, stirring halfway through. Serve on toast or with pre-cut veggies.

Instant Oatmeal: Instant oatmeal packets only require hot water and a few minutes to prepare. Add hot water, and top with any available extras like banana slices, a spoonful of peanut butter, or a sprinkle of cinnamon.

Cereal and Milk: Keep a box of your favorite cereal and some milk at hand. It's one of the quickest possible breakfasts you can have, and also provides good fiber and nutrients if you choose a healthy cereal.

Bagels and Cream Cheese: Bagels are filling and can be topped with cream cheese, sliced cucumbers, tomatoes, or even smoked salmon if your budget allows.

Boiled Eggs: If you have access to a stovetop or an electric kettle, boiled eggs are a great option. Boil them in advance, peel, and keep them in your fridge. Just grab and go in the morning.

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