Thinking fast on your feet is hard to do in the morning, especially when trying to make a balanced breakfast. Here, we present some of our favorite quick-and-easy breakfast recipes.
A classic ham and Swiss omelet is packed with protein, which will keep you feeling fuller longer. Add veggies or a side of toast to customize. View the full recipe here.
Sometimes, an old-fashioned omelet won’t satisfy your craving. Good thing this cream cheese and chive version has you covered! From the very first soft and creamy bite, you’ll be hooked. View the full recipe here.
Nix the mix and try these fluffy, sweet breakfast treats with less sodium per serving than most pancake mixes found in the grocery aisles. Plus, you won’t need much butter and syrup to sweeten up the plate. We love the banana and oatmeal alone, but feel free to add nuts or other fruit. View the full recipe here.
Scrambles are just a bunch of your favorite breakfast ingredients thrown into a pan and cooked together. Pile them on top of a tortilla, and you’re good to go. We suggest sticking with corn tortillas, as flour ones can get lost in the mix. View the full recipe here.
One of the most popular breakfast sides is a fresh fruit cup; add yogurt and honey, and you easily have yourself a full meal that’s naturally sweet and energizing. View the full recipe here.
No time in the morning? No problem. Prep these oats the night before so you can quickly grab them on your way out the door in the morning. View the full recipe here.
A mini breakfast pizza (with an English muffin as the base and salsa as the sauce) can be topped with any of your favorite breakfast ingredients (think: eggs, ham, bacon, veggies, and cheese). View the full recipe here.
This recipe is definitely for the kids – or the kids at heart. Grab two waffles and pop them into the toaster. Then top one side with peanut butter and the other with jelly. Use flavored waffles and fruit for an added twist. View the full recipe here.
If you just want something super-simple, a classic hard-boiled egg is a great breakfast option. You can hard-boil a dozen at the beginning of the week, so they’re ready to go when you are! View the full recipe here.
Have you tried any of the above recipes? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!