Healthy Breakfast Recipes for People Who Think They Don't Have Time to Make Breakfast
EGG WHITE OMELET WITH PICO DE GALLO
An omelet that's only 230 calories AND can be made in two minutes in the microwave? Now that's a morning meal we can get out of bed for. Get the recipe HERE.
SLOW-COOKER CINNAMON OATMEAL
Wake up to a bowl of warm oats — without any of the work. Meredith Haaz's slow-cooker breakfast fills you with energizing fiber and is a no-brainer before your morning coffee. Get the recipe HERE.
MARCO CANORA'S ENERGY-BOOSTING SHAKES
Forget the cup of Joe — these three smoothies feature ingredients like ginger, avocado and pineapple and give you all the energy you need to get up and out the door (on time!). Get the recipes HERE.
BANANA ZUCCHINI OATMEAL CUPS
You can't go wrong with a muffin that combines the flavors of banana bread, zucchini bread and oatmeal cookies. Make a full batch to enjoy each day of a busy week. Get the recipe HERE.
WAFFLE BREAKFAST PIZZAS
Who says you can't eat pizza for breakfast? Layer a waffle with your favorite type of nut butter, slices of fresh fruit and voilà! You're ready to tackle the day. Get the recipe HERE.
NO-BAKE PUMPKIN BREAKFAST BITES
Packed with honey, oats and dried cranberries, these are perfect for on-the-go fueling. Get the recipe HERE.
Prepping a batch of these egg, bean and cheese quesadillas couldn't be easier. Freeze them so they're easy to grab and pop in the microwave when you're ready to eat. Get the recipe HERE.
BLUEBERRY BANANA OVERNIGHT OATS
Jars of oats soaked in coconut milk and fresh fruit can last up to 5 days in the fridge, which means you don't have think about what to have for breakfast again until the weekend. Get the recipe HERE.