When you’re running out the door to school dropoff or an early meeting, making a nutritious breakfast you can sit down and enjoy is almost impossible. Half the time we scarf down a Starbucks breakfast sandwich and the other half we just sit hungrily until lunch—neither an ideal option. Mama needs fuel (especially if you’re breastfeeding!), and these quick and healthy choices will fill your tank and keep you on schedule, all while requiring only one hand to eat.
Superfood Breakfast Cookies
These Breakfast Cookies are a nutritional powerhouse, perfect to jump-start your day! Packed with fiber and protein, and any dried fruits, nuts, or seeds that you want, these are great for using ingredients you already have.
Peanut Butter Blueberry Overnight Oats
PB+J for breakfast?! Live vicariously through your children with these healthy, protein-packed overnight oats reminiscent of your favorite childhood sandwich.
Breakfast Bento Box
We love a good bento box for lunch, but what about for breakfast? The combinations are endless and if you meal prep ahead of time you just need to grab and go.
Turmeric Morning Glory Smoothie
You’ll be ready to take on anything the day has to offer with this sunny smoothie. It’s packed full of antioxidants and vitamins to help you glow from the inside out.
Vanilla Chai Lemon Ricotta Muffins
These may sound (and look) like a decadent dessert, but these whole wheat muffins are deceptively healthy and incredibly delicious.
Savory Grits Breakfast Parfaits
Before you think about that episode of "Friends" where Rachel put beef in the trifle, hear us out. Grits are a delicious way to fuel up for the day and are a great alternative to a sweeter yogurt + fruit parfait if you tend to lean toward savory breakfast.
Freezer-Ready Veggie Breakfast Burritos
Make your own breakfast burritos ahead of time, so you can throw one in the microwave and eat it on the road. Load it up with your favorite veggies like roasted bell peppers, sweet potatoes and avocado.
Easy Matcha Chia Pudding
Not only do chia seeds fill you up, but you get that extra energy boost from matcha with this recipe. Win-win!