It may seem surprising, but there are actually quite a few options for quick and healthy hot breakfasts. We rounded up some of our favorites.
Freezer-Friendly Breakfast Burritos1 of 7
"Breakfast burritos are a great way to incorporate vegetables into a portable breakfast," Kristin Koskinen, RDN says. Plus, you can make and freeze multiple breakfast burritos in advance and warm one up on busy mornings for homemade "convenience" food.
Ultimate Easy Frittata2 of 7
"Frittatas are a great way to use leftover bits of vegetables, meats and cheese," Koskinen says. "You can make one for dinner, and warm up a wedge for breakfast the next morning. Or make one at the beginning of the week, and heat a slice each morning."
Avocado Toast3 of 7
"A quick and easy go-to breakfast is avocado toast," Lyuda Bouzinova, co-founder of Mission Lean and certified nutrition specialist and personal trainer, says. This meal is especially perfect if you exercise in the morning. Bouzinova recommends eating a few bites before your workout and finishing it afterwards. Top it with eggs (overeasy, scrambled or hardboiled) or your favorite breakfast meat for added protein.
Oat Pancakes4 of 7
These pancakes have no gluten, dairy or added sugar thanks to the oat base, naturally sweet bananas and olive oil cooking method. Plus, they're vegan and come together in just a few minutes.
Oatmeal "Cookie" Oatmeal5 of 7
This oatmeal is another easy option to whip up and eat fresh, or make ahead and reheat. Nutritious ingredients make this sweet oatmeal (you can thank the medjool dates for that) guilt-free. It'll give you the energy you need to start your day with a clear head.
Meal-Prep Egg Muffins6 of 7
This make-ahead meal solves the "not enough time" problem instantly. Meal prep a few days' worth of breakfasts at once with this easy recipe. All you need is a muffin tin, a few eggs and your favorite meats and veggies. Reheat one or two for a nutritious and filling breakfast in a flash! Plus, they're easy to eat on the go.