7 Healthy, Portable Back-to-School Breakfasts

By F&W Editors Posted September 09, 2016

Make mornings as delicious as possible.

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

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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

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

5.  Apple Sandwiches 

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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

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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

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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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