Quick Breakfasts for Busy Mornings

Best Egg Muffins Egg muffins are one of the best healthy breakfasts for meal planning since you can cook a lot at once. They last 7 days in the fridge, so grab them on your way out all week!

Overnight Oats For hectic mornings, overnight oats are best. They're no-bake oatmeal in minutes. Prep them the night before and soak them in the fridge for a chilled, creamy, on-the-go breakfast.

Strawberry 'n' Cream Granola Bars Strawberry 'n' cream granola bars are far superior than store-bought ones. These breakfast or snack bars have rolled oats, coconut flakes, pepitas, and freeze-dried strawberries for a tangy taste.

Breakfast Bombs Scrambled eggs, bacon, and cheese fill these biscuit bombs. Air fryers may also heat these.

Bacon Burrito Following these simple steps guarantees great breakfast burritos that can even cure a hangover. Bacon grease cooks the potatoes.


Banana-Nut Muffins Banana nut muffins are breakfast-ready banana bread shortcuts. They're light and juicy with toasted walnuts and just sweet enough. Next time you're rushing out the door, grab one.

Muffin Rebels These cheese-and-herb muffins are more like savory scones or biscuits. We love the muffin alone, but add a wonderfully soft-boiled egg and we're obsessed.

Chia Pudding Chia seed pudding is easy to make! Add liquid, mix, and wait. We enjoy fresh fruit—juicy berries, sweet bananas, or aromatic pears—and crunchy granola, but you can use anything you choose.

Blueberry Smoothie Love smoothies but hate bananas? Almond butter and oat milk replace tropical fruit in this creamy blueberry smoothie.

Quiche This quiche is the finest brunch staple. Make one over the weekend and take pieces for breakfast all week—soft, creamy filling with ham, chives, and Gruyère is inside a crisp, buttery pie shell.