We get it. You don't want to start your morning with processed, store-bought breakfast treats. So we've made a homemade version that calls for only eight ingredients. Grab one on your way out for a sweet—but not too sweet—morning.
It's what we've all been looking for: a quick weekday morning version of our favorite weekend brunch.
If you've been known to grab a banana on your way out the door, upgrade to these delicious peanut butter bites. Make 'em on Sunday, and they're good in the refrigerator for the rest of the week.
How to make a savory breakfast portable? Wrap up all the delicious ingredients in a whole wheat flour tortilla. You'll want to make these every day.
Is this dessert? Or breakfast? Well, if you're looking for a breakfast that's delicious enough for you to take the time to make it, this is it.
These granola bars may look just like the store-bought snacks you love, but now you'll know exactly what's going in them.
You probably realized this already, but make-ahead and on-the-go certainly shouldn't mean skimping on flavor. This meat-and-veggie-packed breakfast burrito definitely proves that.
Instead of settling for a regular cup o' joe, drink this coffee smoothie for breakfast. Pour it into a glass with a lid to sip on your commute!
Trick your kids (or yourself) into starting your morning with vegetables by sneaking carrots into breakfast cookies. Cranberries, pecans, and brown sugar sweetly disguise them.
To make this delicious sandwich a little more portable, scramble your eggs instead of frying them, or cook them over hard. Trust us: This breakfast sandwich is worth the extra time.
Make your own blueberry cereal bars with almond butter, oats, blueberries, and nuts. Store 'em in the fridge, then grab and go!
No, your chai tea latte does not count as breakfast. But chai breakfast cupcakes? Yeah, those definitely count.
These chewy, naturally sweetened granola bars have no added sugar—another reason to grab one on your way to your workout class.
Muffins are so easy to eat on the go, and when they're made with oats and chia seeds like these, they'll keep you full until lunchtime.
Are you a cereal-for-breakfast and cookie-for-dessert kind of person? Then these breakfast cookies should be perfect for you.
It's probably not very often that you have cherries for breakfast, but wow—you should. Plus, espresso powder gives the dish a kick of caffeinated flavor.
Ah, smoothies: So refreshing and so easy to sip on the go. This five-ingredient breakfasts boasts peanut butter, bananas, and strawberries.
Make granola the night before, then, then toss all the ingredients into a to-go cup the next morning. Don't forget a spoon!