Grab and Go Breakfast Ideas

August 4, 2019   7 Comments

Grab and go breakfast ideas are a specialty of mine because I am usually running around with my hair on fire in the morning.

Grab and Go Breakfast Ideas

Sure, I want to wake up with a zen like calm and open my eyes to the beautiful dawn sunshine with deep breathing but I can’t seem to get there.

Instead, I am finding library books, cleaning up spills, excavating for shoes, and fighting off my dog (that wants HIS walk).

Below are nine healthy grab and go breakfast ideas for those who think a little bit ahead. I store muffins in the freezer and reheat them in the microwave.

What do you make for your rushed mornings? Please share.

1. Healthy Banana Blueberry Oatmeal Muffins

Get the recipe here: Healthy Banana Blueberry Oatmeal Muffins Recipe

2. Baked Eggs in a Muffin Tin

Get the recipe here: Baked Eggs in a Muffin Tin

3. Cottage Cheese Waffles

Get the recipe here: Cottage Cheese Waffle Recipe

4. Crockpot Oatmeal with Old Fashioned Oats

Get the recipe here: Crockpot Oatmeal with Old Fashioned Oats Recipe

5. Zucchini Breakfast Muffins

Get the recipe here: Zucchini Breakfast Muffins Recipe

6. Overnight Oatmeal with Chia Seeds

Get the recipe here: Overnight Oatmeal with Chia Seeds Recipe

7. Baked Oatmeal

Get the recipe here: Baked Oatmeal Recipe

8. Baked Eggs and Cheese in Toast Cups

Get the recipe here: Baked Eggs and Cheese in Toast Cups Recipe

9. Stovetop Granola

Get the recipe here: Stovetop Granola Recipe

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For quite a while now my husband and I make up breakfast burritos on the weekend and freeze for the coming week. We use 1 package of Simply Potato Southwest hashbrowns, 1 lb Jennie-O 93/7 ground turkey with Breakfast Sausage Seasoning (Penzey's) and 10 eggs that I scramble. We mix all that together and use 1/2 cup (or a bit more) along with a sprinkle of cheese and some salsa on tortillas that are 85 calories each (Azteca). We fold them up, put them in fold top baggies and put the finished burritos in a large zip lock bag into the freezer. Pull one out each night before bed and the next morning microwave for about 2 minutes. Yum! I'm not sure on how many Smart Points but they are about 250 calories each. Not bad I don't think.

on August 15, 2017

Thanks for the idea Amanda.

on August 15, 2017

Me Late Nights/Morning Tend To Overlap Each Other. The Most Recent 12 A. M. Popcorn Dean's Ranch Dip. 1/2 Serv. Cauliflower. Vitamin Water Zero. Water. Alcohol Either Spiced Rum Else Gin. Grains Depend Upon How Much Earlier Liquid Either Cheezit Else Something With More Fiber.

4 A. M. Thing Whole Grain Either Multi Whole Grain Bread Else Quinoa Else Brown Rice And A Protein (Either Korean BBQ Chicken (Deli ) Else A Hard Boiled Egg Else Vienna Sausages Else A Weiner. Vitamin Water Zero.

on August 18, 2017

2 slices of entire-grain bread, lightly toasted, crowned with smashed avocado and a sprinkling of salt and pepper makes for a flavorful and rich base. Top that with sunny-facet-up eggs for a wholesome dose of protein, and you've got got a well-rounded breakfast.

on August 28, 2017

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on September 20, 2017

Great breakfast suggestions! I eat the same old boring thing every morning and am so glad to have these ideas.

on August 4, 2019

My standby in-the-car breakfast is Oroweat whole wheat toast with half a tablespoon of Simply Jif and a cup of 2% milk. Not chic, but 12 g of complementary proteins for 270 calories, even fewer for lower-fat milk.

on August 4, 2019

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