The hustle and bustle of summer has come to an end. Everyone is busy this time of year and it can be much easier to skip breakfast all together or make an unhealthy choice. Your overall health affects your entire body and we want to give you the best help we can with these healthy and easy morning suggestions. These may read as “back to school” breakfast options, but they are also great choices for everyone. Busy moms, a rush before work, or any occasion really, because when aren’t we in a rush?
It only takes a few minutes to throw a few of your favorite berries in the blender and mix with your favorite juice for a balanced breakfast you can drink on your way to work or dropping the kids off at school.
Oatmeal and Fruit
Oatmeal is a quick breakfast that you can take with you on the go. Spice it up with some of your favorite fruit in the mix and balance that breakfast.
Bag of Nuts and Cheese
A bag of peanuts or almonds or walnuts with a bit of cubed cheddar is a great way to grab some morning energy.
Fruit and Cheese
A balanced, easy-to-assemble make-ahead morning meal: Grab an apple, wrap 1 to 2 ounces of cheddar in plastic, and toss ¼ cup of fiber- and protein-rich walnuts into a resealable plastic bag.
Broccoli and Cheese Muffin
Broccoli and cheese egg muffins are an easy, healthy breakfast food. They’re great to make ahead of time and put in the freezer. During the week, take one out of the freezer then warm in the microwave or toaster oven for a great grab-and-go breakfast.
Fruit and Waffle Kabobs
Kids adore any food that is presented in a fun way and you’ll love watching them gobble up fruit and waffle kabobs. Make your own greek yogurt dip and switch out the mini waffles for silver dollar pancakes and load up the skewers with your family’s favorite fruits to mix things up.
It’s simple enough, but peanut butter on toast is a filling and easy breakfast to get you started on your day.
Bag of Dry Cereal
Pick your choice of healthy cereal and throw it in a baggy to eat on your way to work or nibble on in the office.
Mustard, Avocado, and Dill on a Whole-Wheat Muffin With Boiled Egg
Make breakfast better with an avocado on top—including a warm and toasty whole-wheat English muffin. Some whole-grain mustard and a pinch of dill lend the dish an extra pop of flavor and fragrance. Add a soft boiled egg and you’ve got a quick balanced breakfast.
Start your day with some nutritional whole wheat Banana Bread.
Whole Grain Blueberry Muffins
Made with plump blueberries, whole-wheat flour, oats, flaxseed meal, and low-fat yogurt, these healthy muffins deliver lots of fiber. So you’ll stay full throughout those morning meetings.
They are easy to grab on the go and a nutritious and filling enough to keep you till you reach your destination or or tide you over for a longer duration. A good morning or afternoon snack as well.