Healthy, On-The-Go Breakfast Meals
For most of us, it’s hard to find time to sit down and have breakfast. Before you start the day, make these healthy, on-the-go breakfast meals when you’re on the run.
Would you like dessert for breakfast? With this peanut butter breakfast shake, you can! That’s not even the best part – it’s healthy too! This loaded breakfast shake can be whipped up in minutes, making this an ideal, quick breakfast option when your schedule is jam-packed. Make sure you have all the essentials you need such as peanut butter (no sugar is preferred), frozen bananas, honey, cocoa powder, and almond milk. Don’t be discouraged by having a “drink” for breakfast – we promise this will fill you up because of all the added nutrients your body is receiving. To get the full recipe, click here.
This nutritious toast is definitely one of our favorite healthy, on-the-go breakfast meals! This unique toast is not only simple to make, but it’s super delicious! If you’re a big avocado and tomato fan, this quick breakfast is perfect for you. So the next time you only have 5 minutes to spare, ditch the butter, and take out the avocados and tomatoes so you can enjoy all the nutrients it can provide. To get the full recipe, click here.
The good thing about making muffins for breakfast is that you can make a batch a day before so you can easily grab one when you’re on your way out the door. Don’t resort to chocolate chip muffins, get on the healthy bandwagon and make these hearty, whole grain muffins that are packed with savory ingredients! These muffins include juicy raisins, fresh carrots, refreshing apples, crunchy walnuts, and more. These are the muffins you won’t feel guilty indulging in. To get the full recipe on these nutrient-packed muffins, click here.
Spinach Quiche Cups
These cups are the epitome of healthy, on-the-go breakfast meals. These low-carb and gluten free spinach cups may be little, but they pack a big punch of nutrients and flavor! You can make them on your downtime on Sunday so you can have them ready to go in the mornings throughout the week. This recipe may take a little more of your time, but we promise it will be worth it. With fresh ingredients such as spinach, eggs, cheese, and mushrooms, you’ll be sure to get your daily nutrients with these breakfast cups. If you’re not a fan of mushrooms, the recipe suggests you can add asparagus or bell peppers. To get the full recipe here, click here.
Oatmeal is one of the most popular ingredients people eat for breakfast. It’s healthy, yummy, and it tastes great on everything! That’s why we want to share this mouth-watering raspberry oatmeal bars recipe with you so you can taste a slice of heaven. Not only are they great for on-the-go breakfast, but they are ideal to have for dessert. It’s a healthy alternative to sugary cereals, ice cream, or cookies. They are also egg-free so if you don’t include egg in your diet, then give these bars a shot! Get the full recipe here!