Healthy breakfast recipes that are portable are a must for anyone who has busy mornings.
An excuse for most people is they don’t have time in the morning to eat healthy but here’s the thing if you do a little planning ahead you can start your day off right. Start the morning off right with a filling and healthy breakfast packed with good-for-you nutrients.
Scroll down and chose from these easy breakfast recipes such as omelette tortilla roll ups, quinoa mini muffins and chocolate banana smoothies that are grab and go friendly!
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Cheese Vegetable and Egg Mini Muffins
Found from Averie Cooks
This breakfast recipe is incredibly easy. Using a mini muffin pan, pour the whisked eggs, chopped vegetables and top with cheese. These mini egg muffins are perfect for little kids too! When I was a nanny I would make these at the beginning of the week and would heat them up the toddlers would gobble them up!
Quinoa Omelette Bites
Found from tablespoon
Hearty spinach, cheese and egg white quinoa bites to get your morning protein fix. A great way to start the day!
Easy Yogurt Overnight Oats
Found from She Bakes Here
Here is a perfect example of an easy grab and go breakfast recipe. This overnight yogurt oatmeal is insanely delicious with the fresh strawberries and chia seeds on top!
Paleo Morning Glory Muffins
Found from Carrots n Cake
As delicious as any muffin you’d pick up at the deli, but without the scary amount of sugar and fat and who knows what else?
Apple Sandwiches with Almond Butter and Granola
Found from Garnish with Lemon
These 3 ingredients create an awesome portable breakfast. I use this Barney brand of almond butter because it’s so smooth and for people who might be hesitant to switch from peanut butter to almond butter but they won’t know the difference with this one. It’s also easy for kids to make themselves.
Egg Tomato and Scallion Sandwich
Found from Skinny Taste
Make the hardboiled eggs in a big batch ahead of time — they stay good in the fridge for up to a week. In this recipe, you can use a potato roll but I like to switch out and use a whole wheat English muffin for something different.
Easy Breakfast Roll Ups
Found from Home Cooking Memories
First off anything wrapped in a tortilla I am a huge fan of but these are like portable omelet I can make and run out the door. What I love is you can make different fillings like eggs with cheese and bacon or cheese with avocado and spinach. Make these ahead of time and wrap them in parchment paper then freeze them!
Skinny Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Shake
Found from One Sweet Mess
Sure, it looks like dessert, but this super-chocolaty smoothie is actually packed with perfect breakfast ingredients: Greek yogurt, bananas, and peanut butter! If it comes out too thick add some almond milk or skim milk.
Apple Cranberry Oatmeal Bars
Found from xo, Katie Rosario
I love oatmeal bars and about 2 years ago I was determined to come up with a recipe that worked every single time. So here is my version of a delicious oatmeal bar that you can make ahead of time and grab on your way out to work!
Baked Breakfast Cookie
Found from the Fitnessista
A healthy, make ahead baked breakfast cookie for your on-the-go mornings! Think of these like crunchier oatmeal. Sometimes it’s fun to dip them into Greek yogurt. I feel like a kid dunkin’.
Found from the Maven
These breakfast balls are really easy to make and even easier to grab first thing in the morning when you are barely awake! All you need is granola, peanut butter, nuts and dried fruit, that’s it!
Peanut Butter, Strawberry and Banana Quesadilla
Found from Ambitious Kitchen
I am so excited to try this like tomorrow! I included it because making this “quesadilla” is really easy to make. I love strawberry banana and peanut butter together so for me it’s a no brainer. I definitely see switching out Nutella and using all sorts of fruit and berries!
Avocados on Toast with Ricotta
Found from A Cozy Kitchen
Toast a thick slice of your favorite whole-grain bread, spread with ricotta cheese, then top with avocado slices and some crushed red pepper. Works for lunch too and this post has other awesome ideas for stuff on toast!
Found from Elana’s Pantry
These scones are filled with good-for-you stuff like dried fruit, nuts, and seeds. Plus, they’re dense and a little less delicate than, say, a muffin (good if you plan to carry them around in your purse).
Blueberry Oatmeal Yogurt Muffins
Found from Finger Prickin’ Good
Anything that is in a muffin form is an awesome portable breakfast idea so these blueberry power muffins are a perfect fit! I like to add lemon zest in it for a bright taste. They taste amazing with hazelnut coffee btw!
Anything that you can make beforehand and just grab when you need a pick me up, are always a win in my book. These are perfect any time of the day and are healthy enough for breakfast. I especially love these recipes because most are customisable, so you’ll never get bored!