Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and when you want to make breakfast extra healthy, turn to the omelet pan. You can chop your omelet fillings the night before and whip them up first thing in the morning. "Omelets are great because you can put all kinds of stuff in them," Tanya says. "Cook [the eggs] over a medium heat, using a nonstick pan. Put enough egg in the pan to make a thick omelet."
An even easier way to make breakfast in a snap is to make a dish like Tomorrow's French Toast the night before, Tracey and Tanya say. "It is incredibly simple, and you pop it in the oven when you wake up and put the coffee on in the morning, and then the French toast is ready and it is a beautiful tasty dish," Tanya says.