The Doctors: Healthy On-The-Go Breakfast Ideas
The Doctors reiterated that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and time is no longer an excuse! They shared easy make-ahead breakfasts so that you can grab them and go on busy mornings, being sure to start your day off right. First, you can make easy overnight oats (one of my favorites), Leslie Durso, suggested peanut butter, banana, oatmeal, and chocolate chips mixed together to sit overnight in the fridge, before popping it in the microwave to heat it up the next morning or you could it it cold! Add a few chia seeds for extra protein!
Speaking of chia seeds, try chia pudding! Chia seeds swell when they get wet, so you only need a couple tablespoons of chia seeds with a cup of almond milk. Add in sauteed apples and cinnamon and you have a delectable apple-pie flavored treat after letting it sit in the fridge overnight!
Breakfast burritos are my personal favorite, and you can make them with dinner leftovers! Use leftovers like rice or beans with a protein like eggs, and wrap them in a whole wheat tortilla, before wrapping them in plasic wrap for a great on-the-go breakfast. You can keep them in the fridge or freezer before microwaving for a bit when it’s time to eat them!
The Doctors: Egg White Breakfast Muffins
Another great trick is to make egg white muffins. Simply mix egg whites with chopped vegetables of your choosing before putting them in a muffin tin, baking them until they’re set, and storing them in the fridge until you’re ready to heat them up and enjoy! They’re only about 50-60 calories each and full of wonderful nutrients!
To really make the breakfast complete, add coffee! Coffee was the word of the day and you can use the word coffee to enter for a chance to win an iCoffee Single-Serve Brewer.
What’s your favorite make-ahead breakfast?