Breakfast! If you’re a breakfast hater, move on. I kid ! I kid! My goal this week is to teach you that you have time for breakfast. One of the biggest excuses I hear is that the morning is just too much. People are skipping that morning meal and going to right to an all too large lunch. No bueno. Let me help you out this week with some easy breakfasts made for meal prepping. Yes, it’s the Meal Prepping Breakfast Edition.
So let’s get to it…. I know you don’t have a lot of time 😉
Meal Prepping Breakfast Ideas
Muffins are the best when it comes to make ahead breakfast. Just whip up a batch, portion into a zip bag, add fruit or yogurt on the side, and you have a complete breakfast!
These pancakes are so so delicious and protein packed. Just make a big batch on the weekend and portion out into containers. I like to store the berries in a container with a paper towel after making sure they are really dry. It’s like weekend breakfast on a Monday.
These are my absolute favorite. Try all kinds of combos. At our house we love Turkey Sausage and Egg, Bacon and Egg, Turkey Bacon and Egg or make them vegetarian. You can chop some veggies and add to the eggs instead of using meat.
These are so travel friendly. Blueberry Oat Breakfast Cookies easily last a week in a sealed container. I recommend a container of Greek Yogurt on the side.
I love to make a huge batch of this on Sunday Morning and then portion the left overs out for the remainder of the week. It reheats well and I look forward to breakfast every single morning.
This is a great smoothie to begin with if you’re not usually a smoothie person. It’s full of nutrition without being complicated. If you were to add anything, I’d recommend a tablespoon of your favorite nut butter. I prefer almond butter. To make this super easy: Portion the ingredients for each day’s smoothie out into small ziplock bags. Then put those into one large bag. The morning you make your smoothie, just dump the contents of the bag into the blender. Add almond milk and blend! You can freeze the spinach in there too. It holds up perfectly.
If you love some warm comforting oatmeal, but you’re rushing out the door, this is the recipe for you. Just store everything in a little cup, add hot water, and enjoy.
Waffles are magic for make ahead meals. All you need is a toaster to reheat things. I even make a big batch and freeze them. They go right from freezer to toaster, cost less, and taste better than those store bought things.
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