On-The-Go Breakfasts That Are Actually Good For You
Put down the Pop-Tart. These healthy food bloggers have some better, tastier suggestions that will keep you full until lunch.
- Apple Sandwiches with Almond Butter and Granola
Straight-up apples and almond butter are delicious, but Anna goes a step further, adding granola for crunch and a little extra staying power.
- Paleo Morning Glory Muffins
As delicious as anything muffin you'd pick up at the deli, but without the scary amount of sugar and fat and who knows what else (Tina uses mashed sweet potatoes and almond flour as the base for these). Plus, baking muffins yourself means you can choose not to make them the size of a small child.
- Overnight Oats in a Near-Empty Jar
When there’s only one serving left in your favorite peanut butter/almond butter/jam jar (Kath says that SunButter is her favorite), fill it with these overnight oats. Then in the morning, you can take the jar with you, eat a delicious breakfast, and recycle.
- Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Baked Breakfast Cookie
Gina’s blog is a great place to find easy, filling recipes that can be eaten quickly/on the go (she has a 2-year-old daughter, so, you know…). This one is a healthy oatmeal cookie, with plenty of nut butter added to keep you full until lunch.
- Vegan, Gluten-Free Super Power Chia Bread
Admittedly not for the faint of heart, Angela’s cracker-like “chia bread” is a great thing to make on a Sunday afternoon, then eat for breakfast all week, slathered with peanut butter, jam, or cream cheese (if you’re not vegan).
- Peanut Butter, Strawberry, and Banana Quesedillas
The banana–peanut butter combo is hardly news, but Monique takes it a step further with the addition of strawberries, and turns it into finger food by sandwiching everything in a whole wheat tortilla. Also read: Healthy Food Trends That Are Going Mainstream in 2018: Health Trends
- Skinny Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Shake
Sure, it looks like dessert, but Jennie’s super-chocolaty smoothie is actually packed with perfect breakfast ingredients: Greek yogurt, bananas, and peanut butter.
- Muesli Scones
This blog is basically food mecca for anyone on a gluten-free or Paleo diet, but these muesli scones really stand out. They’re filled with good-for-you stuff like dried fruit, nuts, and seeds. Plus, they’re dense and a little less delicate than, say, a muffin (good if you plan to carry them around in your purse).
- Vanilla-Almond Chia Breakfast Pudding
Here, Renée soaks chia seeds in almond milk to create a thick, satisfying “pudding” that’s lightly sweetened with honey or maple syrup, then topped with your choice of fruit and nuts. Prep it in a tupperware container the night before, then in the morning just grab a spoon and go.Also read: The Top 9 Nuts to Eat for Better Health: Health trends
- Yogurt on a Stick
Only Martha would think to turn a healthy breakfast parfait into a POPSICLE. Although, you may be better off saving this one for summer.(healthy breakfast on the go,healthy breakfast, health trends)
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