The life of a content creator, especially one with kiddos at home, is constantly on the go. But that doesn’t mean you should have to sacrifice fueling your body with a nutritious and/or comforting breakfast every morning. We recently polled our community of creators, bloggers, and entrepreneurs for easy breakfast ideas they rely on in a pinch for busy days, and man, did they deliver.
For instance, who among us doesn’t love a little savory something to start the day? Siobhan Alvarez of Mimosas and Motherhood (such a good blog name) puts her own twist on the classic egg brekky with her Artichoke and Spinach Breakfast Casserole. “This is a staple in our house! It’s full of healthy veggies and protein, and is a breeze to whip up on Sunday and heat up slices during the week,” she said.
Turns out our community really, really likes oats, too, and we don’t blame them. These recipes look delicious, insanely easy, and highly nutritious. For Randa Derkson of Randa Nuitrition, it’s gotta be her own Strawberry Rhubarb Protein Overnight Oats. For Shobelyn Dayrit, it’s the Skinny Pot’s On-the-Go Breakfast Overnight Oatmeal. “I make this overnight breakfast all the time. So simple, delicious, and healthy,” she said.
Bonus points go to Carole Jones of My Kitchen Escapades, who shared a recipe even her kids adore. “Our family loves oatmeal but can’t stand the quick or instant versions so I created my 2 Minute Whole Oats Oatmeal in the microwave!”
Daniela Lambova of Dani’s Cookings and Jen Cowan of And Hattie Makes Three came through with the pudding for breakfast recipes! Dani shared a Keto Chia Pudding recipe that’s “not only super tasty and full of nutrients, but so pretty – and you can make it 1-2 days ahead!” Jen’s chia pudding recipe is only three ingredients, making it the perfect pantry staples dish for hectic mornings.
And this is just a small sampling of more recipes we continue to discover through our SHE Media Partner Network alone. Read on for plenty of easy breakfast ideas—even if you aren’t a self-professed foodie, you’ll want to try at least one.
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This Cosmic Crisp Breakfast Hash recipe from The Produce Moms is the perfect mix of sweet and savory.
Keep it light and healthy with this Coconut Quinoa Oatmeal recipe (vegan- and dairy-free) from Black Girls Eat.
Pizza for breakfast? Why not?! This Easy Caprese Breakfast Pizza recipe is a must-try.
This mouth-watering fruit bowl recipe from Yummy Tummy is a great on-the-go option.
This three-ingredient, low-carb breakfast egg cup recipe from the Tatertots & Jello blog doesn’t sacrifice flavor for less calories.
This almond flour pumpkin muffin recipe from Kalyn’s Kitchen is perfect for fall.
Liv B.’s four-ingredient mini everything bagels (vegan and gluten-free) are almost too adorable to eat.
We’d eat this meatless harissa harvest bowl from The Defined Dish for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Sweet Potato Soul’s oatmilk matcha latte will give you a jolt of energy, minus the jitters.
Arepa de huevo is typically served as breakfast, but the founder of My Colombian Recipes says they make for a delicious dinner too.
When you’re in a rush, stick these loaded breakfast cookies, courtesy of Hungry Blonde, in your bag.
You probably didn’t know you needed this avocado and smoked salmon cucumber boats recipe from Freckled Foodie.
If you’re all about comfort food, you’ll regret not trying this smoked gouda stone ground grits recipe from The Kitchenista Diaries.
You’ll want to eat and take an Instagram snap of this camera-ready PB and purple berry smoothie bowl from In My Bowl.
These egg muffin cups from Frozen Bananas will keep you nice and full until lunch.
Should you be sticking to a Whole30 diet, add this sausage and egg casserole from Kindly Unspoken to your list of recipes to try.
Start your day on a sweet note with banana caramel protein donuts from Fit Life Creation.
When you need to hit reset on your eating habits, this healthy cinnamon, cardamom, and almond powder smoothie from Social Butter Cream will set on the right track.
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