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Need a healthy breakfast on the go Who doesn't We all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but whoever said that must not have been thinking about how mornings are also the busiest time of the day. Put those together, and you have a dilemma.
Sure, you can solve this problem by meal prepping breakfasts or even opting to make three-ingredient breakfast recipes, but those still take more time than some of us have. So, what's the solution Simple: stock up on these healthy breakfasts you can just grab and go.
From frozen breakfast burritos to fiber-rich oatmeal cups to sippable smoothies, we have something on this list for all your healthy breakfast on the go needs. And if you do have some time to cook, you can always take a peek at our 35+ Quick & Easy Breakfast Ideas.
Tide yourself over until lunch with a KIND Breakfast bar. Each perfectly-portioned oat-based bar features 20 grams of whole grains plus the powerful trio of healthy fats, fiber, and protein for sustained energy all morning.
Craving bacon and eggs but don't want to go through all the trouble of bringing out the frying pan (Seriously, who has time for that on work days) Your classic breakfast needs can now be satisfied with this all-in-one bar from Epic Provisions, which features egg yolks, bacon, pork, and a touch of maple sugar.
Yes, there are even healthy breakfast on the go options for Keto dieters! Red's makes a breadless breakfast with two cage-free eggs as the "buns" that sandwich a chicken apple sausage patty. For 5 grams of net carbs and a fraction of the sodium as other breakfast options, this is a homerun.
Looking to mend your gut An imbalance in the bacterial profile of your gut can cause all issues from inflammation to weight gain, to clouded thinking. Instead of taking a probiotic supplement, just pick a better bar (which just happens to be the perfect healthy breakfast on the go). CORE's Overnight Oat bar features both the probiotics that can boost the good bacteria in your gut as well as the prebiotics that give those probiotics the fuel to do so.
Skip your Starbucks run. While there are healthy drinks at Starbucks, the coffee chain is notorious for serving up coffee drinks with more sugar than a soda. Instead of that Frapp, pick up a bottle of Koia's plant-based coffee drink. With 9 grams of protein and 7 grams of energy-boosting MCT oil from coconut, you'll stay energized and full all morning.
Daiya's breakfast burritos are 100% plant-based and 100% vegan. So that meat, eggs, and cheese you see Those are actually meatless beef-style crumbles, egg-style scramble, and cheddar-style shreds. It's a plant-based home run!
While the yummy pastries at Starbucks are sure to catch your eye, sugary muffins and scones can leave you hangry. Their hot breakfast items, like this wrap, are likely a healthier, more filling AM meal, with:
Lest you assume everything liquid is healthy, Jamba Juice has some healthy and some not-so-healthy options, and nearly all of them are very high in sugar. The regular version of this smoothie has 67g (nearly twice the amount in a bottle of Coke!), but the 'Make it Light' kind has:
We know: Burger King isn't exactly a health-food haven. But it does have a couple of lighter breakfast options, like its Breakfast Muffin. The one pictured has sausage, but we recommend it without the meat to get:
Eating healthy food should be delicious! Evergreen Waffles not only packs tons of nutrient but it's completely void of fillers. The frozen breakfast is made with 100 percent whole wheat, flavored by spices, nuts, vegetables and fruits and is free from refined sugar, dairy, or preservatives. Kids will love the current flavors: Peanut Butter & Banana, Zucchini & Carrot, Mixed Berry & Almond and Chocolate Chip & Matcha.
Smoothies are now a cinch. Sow Good's lineup of 11 ready-to-make smoothies not only make whipping up a healthy serving of fruits and veggies your kids will actually eat easy, but the company ethically sour