Make time for the most important meal of the day with these make-ahead and instant breakfasts.
Make your frozen toaster waffles a more substantial breakfast with a healthy schmear of PB&J.
This recipe uses macadamia nut ricotta, but you can swap it for dairy ricotta if you're not vegan.
Make a batch of hard-boiled eggs, then whip up one of these ham and cheese breakfast wraps each morning.
Cut an apple, slather it in peanut butter, granola and chocolate, then throw it into a Tupperware and go.
Make a batch of these blueberry oatmeal breakfast bars for an easy morning meal all week.
Your favorite easy sandwich makes for a simple and tasty make-ahead breakfast.
While your egg fries, smash some avocado onto a piece of toast and before you know it, breakfast is done.
Make and freeze these egg and sausage breakfast rolls, then microwave or toast in the morning and go.
Bake then freeze these hearty banana oatmeal cups, then microwave at home or work for an easy meal.
Make these sweet layered parfaits in lidded jars so you can just grab one from the fridge on your way to work.
Fast food breakfast burritos are a no-go, but these make-head freezer burritos are a winning choice.
Full of healthy grains and seeds, these breakfast bars are a quick, portable meal each morning.
A pan of these biscuits takes just 25 minutes to bake, and you'll have breakfast made for a week.
Microwavable and grain-free, these mug cakes are the perfect grab-and-go meal to accompany your morning coffee.
Skip the prepackaged protein bar and try these easy-to-make cinnamon-vanilla protein bites instead.
Thanks to fully cooked sausage links, you can make these taquitos the morning of or make ahead and reheat.
Make a few jars of these peanut butter-banana overnight oats, then grab one from the fridge on your way to work.
Cheesy and loaded with veggies and meat, these savory casseroles are a perfect freeze-and-heat breakfast.
Breakfast for a crowd in just 20 minutes is possible thanks to this pleasingly cheesy recipe.
Savory or sweet, these make-ahead pancake muffins can be frozen and reheated for breakfast on the go.
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