What are good breakfast options for on the go? Besides baked goods such as muffins.

Augustin Y.
I like to make oatmeal with frozen berries, they break down as it cooks and gives it sweetness without added sugar. Otherwise I eat yogurt with nuts and fruits mixed in, or an egg and toast.

Renato N.
Apples and peanut butter, avocado toast/bread, trail mix, protein bars, and stuff that’s easy to grab. If you know you’ll be on the go ahead of time, you can make a smoothie or overnight oats to simply grab in the morning on your way out the door.

Samantha Y.
I make my own breakfast sandwiches, wrap them in plastic wrap and freeze them. Really easy to thaw out the night before and throw in the air fryer or microwave in the morning! I use whole wheat english muffins or bagels, lunch meat or turkey sausage patties, fry an egg for each one, a slice of cheese, and I recently started experimenting with veggies too! So far I've found that bell peppers, onions, and mushrooms work well as long as you cut them up small enough. This is my favorite way to get a good protein filled breakfast in no matter how busy and chaotic my mornings are!

Alexandria Z.
I’m not a morning person. The app has helped, but I have to cater to what works best for me. And cooking isn’t always an option in the morning. Well to be honest right now I’m not up for it, so might be more of an excuse than anything else. Getting to the point. Two options I go to. 1. Trail Mix. Specifically Nature Made’s California Medley. Almonds, pistachios, cranberries and grapes. No salt, just slightly roasted. 2. Hard boiled eggs and avocado. Something I can prep Sunday and have eggs during the week. Avocado is just too good to pass up with eggs.

Aj N.
I know it might be a little counterintuitive but one of my favorite breakfasts recently has been soup. You can heat it up really easily, and there’s some soups that you can even drink which means that if you really had to you could put it in a cup and take it out of the house. However, it’s not necessarily as fatty or as high in sugar and dairy as a smoothie. It’s more filling than a lot of other alternatives, and that way if you end up still being hungry later (which often happens to me mid-morning unless I’ve had an enormous breakfast) you haven’t already burned through something like a muffin that packed on the calories for only temporary satisfaction.

Brittany E.
I’ve been a regular Greek yogurt, organic blueberries and granola. I am curious to take a food sensitivity test to see if yogurt is something I’m sensitive to. There’s so many mixed reviews on whether it’s actually good for you or not.

Anna C.
Fruit are always an easy option, or perhaps some overnight oats or chia pudding… yoghurt also works. When I was in college I would make these very simple no bake granola bars. They were made with oats, almond butter, honey, dried cranberries, and I think something else. You mix the ingredients together then place them in the freezer a little while to set then take them out cut them and they are ready to eat. I really liked eating them frozen so I just left them in the freezer and would grab one to eat on my walk to class!

Eugene O.
When on the go I try to grab fruit. If I'm able to get an egg in me that's better, but a banana and some berries also work

Angela B.
Apples and bananas are super convenient and healthy on the go snacks. So are hard boiled eggs. Other good options that may take more time to eat would be yogurt, fruit cups, oatmeal, and an egg wrap. Hope this helped

Christina N.
Kind (the brand) makes good pre-packaged breakfast bars. Costco also sells pre-made egg bites with bacon for a low-carb, high-protein option that you can easily heat in the microwave.

Katie Y.
Overnight oats are prepped the night before and you can take them with you wherever. Also recommend protein based smoothies and, if you have a little more time, making up some toast and fruit.

N I Q.
Well, what I do is grabbing some yogurt and put some muslie on it with some blueberries. It's a great meal and it isn't that much work.

Pacal F.
A banana can be an option or another kind of fruit. Some kind of bar but they can be quite small and wanting another afterwards. Water can get the last of it. Small piece of bread maybe can maybe do something

Horst G Nter F.
I like to prepare some juice with eggs (any kind) pancakes or something that can be prepared with all kinds of floer and a fruit, that can be a mango or orange. Sometimes I like to drink coffe

Kenny X.
I really like microwaving two whipped egg whites in a bowl for like 60 seconds with a little bit of shredded cheese. At the time I cut up a piece of fresh fruit into slices. It’s simple and really does the trick!

Norah T.
Breakfast wraps and burritos are great on the go options. The prep is a little longer but worth it!
Dice up your veggies for the week so it's easy to throw together with some eggs each morning. I like to make a big batch of brown rice at the beginning of the week to add into my scrambles, its delicious and keeps me full longer. You can wrap up your scramble in a whole wheat tortilla or green leaf lettuce. I I always grab a banana or an apple as well.

Cheska N.
I personally love overnight oats. You can put anything you like in them. Search it up on google to see how to make the basics

Stacey F.
I would recommend making some mini frittatas in a muffin pan. Eggs, veggies, maybe a little cheese or Greek yogurt and seasonings. Bake them on Sunday and you’ve got a grab-and -go breakfast for most of the week! Prep a few baggies of berries too and you’ll be all set.

Nolan Y.
Eggs, avocado & bacon or any other kind of sallami… Being very honest, I always detested things like muffins for breakfast

Lic Nio Q.
I have found success in this area lately with RXBAR and other brands’ fig-based “protein bars” that include egg whites, nuts, seeds, fruits, grains, minerals, and other extras and flavors to taste. Very convenient for traveling, working, or if I’m just generally short on time. They can be stored in vehicles, luggage, and emergency planning containers as well.

Ross A.
When on the go grabbing a banana or apple would be easy, but often leaves me feeling hungry sooner than a well prepared breakfast. It does take prep work but overnight oats are easy to grab in the morning and you can eat those cold or you can up it in the microwave while putting your shoes on or running back to your room to get a coat. You can also prep little baggies of mixed nuts if you prefer the fruit option as a way to fill fuller longer. Also, it may be good to note if you get hungry sooner a glass of water will help you last a little longer and is good for your body.

Apollo T.
A good breakfast option on the go would be some cashews or perhaps the vegan kolache. Another option that I like to do is fast

Jen E.
I like to have yogurt with fruit and nuts with some ground flaxseed. I make my own yogurt, so I know what goes into it! I can grab it in the go with some frozen fruit and pop it in a pot to have at work.

Nurten O.
I make healthy breakfast cookies (no bake) once per week. Usually oatmeal, peanut butter, a little honey or maple syrup, chia seeds, a little vanilla extract, and sometimes chocolate chips if the kids want them. They’re delicious. Otherwise having fruit on hand, little packets of cheese and nuts and fruit packaged and ready in the fridge.

Sarah Z.
I think there are plenty of fresh and quick options to make, such as fruit shakes or smoothies (to make them quicker, you can cut and clean them before and freeze them), boiled eggs, fruit salad with yogurt. And if you’re really in a hurry, you can always have a cereal bar with juice or milk.

Rafael O.
Pancakes, cereals, boiled potatoes mixed with butter spread over a toast(honestly, you can make it at night and refrigerate and just warm it in the morning. It will be good to go). Eggs work too, if you are a fan!

Beth P.
We make smoothies ahead of time, enough for a week, and freeze some. We use dr. Brooke Goldberg's formula. Great for on the go! Take a days worth from the freezer to the refrigerator the night before, and you are ready to go! We store individual servings in freezer bags. You could drink from the bag or pour it into a cup.

Samantha Q.
Something healthy and light! Fruit like apples and bananas will last you longer than you think. Protein bars are also a good option – but watch for sugar. Be aware of the calories, sugar, and fats of foods you eat. Eat slowly if possible to prevent overeating.

Alice Z.
Energy bars, or fruits that you can eat without having to use a knife, such as a banana, or any other fruit that you cut the night before. A bag with some nuts might as well be an option

Moua Z.
You can get healthier nuts and fruits, or healthy protein or health bars. easy to prep ahead of time and extremely healthy.

Janet F.
If we don't have time to cook a breakfast for ourselves then we can have fruits such as apples and bananas. Dry fruits will also give energy for the day and are beneficial for us.

Aymeric O.
Oatmeal. I put oats And seasining (cinammon, cocoa…) in little glass container. At work I add Milk And put the container in microwave. In 3 min. I have delicious fresh oatmeal

Chlo N.
Smoothies are a good option for on the go-one banana,strawberries,blueberries,peanut butter and almond milk is tasty and healthy:) I prefer a lighter breakfast in the morning, porridge can be nice but for me sometimes I don't want something as heavy as porridge in the morning.

Daniele P.
I like to eat 2 scrambled eggs and a potion of natural yogurt with granola and some fruit i like. Ah, and coffee too, but for those that don't like coffee I'd recommend some natural juice or tea.