Make mornings as delicious as possible.

September 09, 2016

Don’t settle for a stale bagel. Here, seven easy and healthy breakfasts to make and take on the go.

1. Overnight Oats

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F&W’s Justin Chapple’s incredible peanut butter and jelly oats can be thrown together the night before in a mason jar, so it’s ready to grab and go. Try this strawberry-studded version, which requires just five ingredients. 

2. Strawberry, Banana and Almond Butter Smoothie

2. Strawberry, Banana and Almond Butter Smoothie

Chef Nate Appleton’s healthy breakfast smoothies get added protein thanks to almond butter.

Chef Nate Appleton’s healthy breakfast smoothies get added protein thanks to almond butter.

3. Egg Sandwich with Mustard Greens and Avocado

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"I usually make these sandwiches on days when there isn't enough time to sit down for a proper breakfast," says chef Sera Pelle, who wraps them in parchment paper for her kids to eat on the go.

4. Spiced Yogurt Muffins

4. Spiced Yogurt Muffins

These ingeniously moist muffins from Fraîche baker Jennifer Musty are rich in calcium and low in fat.

These ingeniously moist muffins from Fraîche baker Jennifer Musty are rich in calcium and low in fat.

5.  Apple Sandwiches 

5. Apple Sandwiches 

It doesn’t get any easier than these quick, satisfying “sandwiches” of apples, almond butter and granola. 

It doesn’t get any easier than these quick, satisfying “sandwiches” of apples, almond butter and granola. 

6. Granola Bars with Sweet Potato Caramel and Cardamom

6. Granola Bars with Sweet Potato Caramel and Cardamom

These granola bars are packed with flavor and nutrients. Protein-rich buckwheat groats are bound together with a baked sweet potato and cardamom "caramel."

These granola bars are packed with flavor and nutrients. Protein-rich buckwheat groats are bound together with a baked sweet potato and cardamom "caramel."

7. Brussels Sprout Tortilla

7. Brussels Sprout Tortilla

Consider making this paprika-spiked Spanish frittata for dinner on Sunday night. Turn leftovers into an on-the-go breakfast sandwich by topping a slice with hot sauce and then eating it between two pieces of toast. 

Consider making this paprika-spiked Spanish frittata for dinner on Sunday night. Turn leftovers into an on-the-go breakfast sandwich by topping a slice with hot sauce and then eating it between two pieces of toast. 

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