We’ve all been there. Rushing for work and getting the kids ready for school leaves you with little time for making breakfast much less eating it.
As a result, you end up not eating, just getting a few sips of coffee or getting something quick and unhealthy.
To fix that problem, here are some great breakfast ideas you can make ahead of time. This lets you meal prep beforehand so you save time in the morning.
Better yet, they’re all portable. So, just bring them along with you and enjoy them during your commute or when you get to the office.
Brighten your day with buttermilk puffs. Whisk together flour, buttermilk, and butter to create this winning combination.
You will fall in love with the added convenience of reheating them in the microwave, saving you time in the morning to sort out your priorities.
This recipe uses vanilla yogurt for creaminess and rhubarb sauces to bring out the subtle flavor.
It pairs well with toppings like cinnamon, coconut, almonds, and berries.
No crash course needed with easy access to ingredients steps that involve either mixing or adding layers.
Create a high-protein breakfast that’s simple and will keep you satiated until your next hungry spell.
Only 30 minutes of your day is needed to saute the sausage, roast the veggies, and boil the eggs.
The end product will provide the essential nutrients your body needs to boost energy levels.
Just when you thought cooking a healthy meal take up time, try adding little jar or custard cups to your meal planning process.
Pick some veggies and stir them in the beaten eggs and topped cheese divided between the baking cups. Allow them to bake until the brownish tops tell you the baked eggs are ready.
Most of us are guilty of skipping breakfast. Now, we can find relief from oven-baked oatmeal.
It is packed with satisfying ingredients of oats, salt, milk, and butter all mixed in a medium bowl.
After heating for 45 minutes, sprinkle blueberries and bananas with drizzling maple syrup to make it taste just right.
Come create the perfect traveling companion.
When the chicken thighs are seasoned and baked, pour melted butter and hot sauce in the mixing bowl to set aside. Combine the egg mixture with the shredded chicken to evenly distribute in the muffin cups.
Your senses will be revived when you see the muffins rise and their edges turning golden brown.
Love avocado a little too much? This is the vegan bowl you’ve been waiting for.
The fun begins with making the dressing from lemon juice, olive oil, and salt. A chilled avocado is best served with grated carrots when spooned into the avocado halves.
This low-carb recipe will turn your breakfast into a pleasure feast for you and your family.
The all-in-one dish you’ve only dreamed about is here. The egg cups will be done in half the time after baking them while wrapped warmly inside slices of ham on the muffin tin.
This may just be a favorite recipe to start crazy mornings especially after summer vacation with kids going back to school.
These breakfast bars will make great filling snacks that’ll just amaze you.
Welcome the stirred oats with eggs, milk, peanut butter, and vanilla into the mix to produce an all-natural batter.
When the timer runs, out comes the thick and gold pan of oatmeal waiting to be cooled, cut, and served.
If oatmeal is too bland, the coconuts and almonds will enhance the textures.
It couldn’t be easier to whip up an amazing oatmeal cup. All it takes is to combine the ingredients and bake the cup batters.
A straightforward approach that leaves no more struggles when eating flavorless oatmeal.
These frittata-like muffins are foolproof that can be reheated instantly if cooked ahead of time.
Shake up your breakfast routine by stirring in salt and pepper after cracking the eggs and cooking the sausage.
Bake the eggs until they’re set to pop in the fridge in an air-tight container until the next morning.
Spinach casseroles are the way to go for cheese lovers. Experience the joy of adding your favorite cheese in a layer of spinach mixture and baby potatoes. Pour in the eggs into a baking dish covering the vegetables evenly after a good whisk.
Use a mason jar to store an overnight creation whipped together with almond milk, peanut butter, and maple syrup.
In a fraction of a time, say “Hello” to a hearty breakfast with the protein you need to start your day.
Dessert for breakfast?
Why not give it a go by lining the dough balls and flatten them to sprinkle toppings after they’re baked.
The choice is yours to add chocolate chips, dried coconut, or chopped almonds for the finishing touches.
This is a healthier twist to the Sausage McMuffins you might find yourself getting in the morning. It is loaded with proteins. Pls you get some veggies as well.
Instead of using pork, you’ll enjoy turkey sausages as well. There’s also skim milk which doesn’t contain the extra fat in whole milk. Of course, do beware if you’re lactose intolerant.
For extra flavor, there’s cheddar cheese and some spinach as well.
Delicious and nutritious these breakfast bars give you something healthy to start the day. We love the contrast in flavor from the quinoa and blueberries. Plus, they look so lovely.
The bars also let you control portions as needed. Each serving is only 111 calories which is great if you’re watching your weight or trying to shed some pounds.
In addition, the recipe also makes some healthy ingredient changes. For example, you’ll be coconut sugar, hemp seeds, nut butter.
If you don’t like spending any time prepping or making breakfast, these are perfect. All you need is five minutes and you’re done.
Because you can make them ahead of time, they’re even more convenient.
Four ingredients is all you need. In five quick steps, voila! You’re done. And, your healthy breakfast is ready.