What is the best on the go breakfast?

Sherry N.
Two eggs and a banana or apple. Or yogurt and cereals. Or yogurt and banana. Or oatmeal with whatever fruit you have in the house.

Abby S.
A banana / an apple is the best thing. It’s the healthiest thing you can grab on you way out of the house. I like to think of a banana as a fruit sandwich ☺️

B R.
My favorite on the go breakfast is a fruit smoothie and a handful of unsalted almonds. My breakfast smoothies are pretty basic: 1 to 1 1/2 cup of frozen fruit, 1 banana, 1 TBSP flax or chia seeds, too with water then blend. You can also do any of the following substitutions: swap banana for Greek yogurt, if you do flavored remember to keep an eye of sugars; swap the water for any dairy or non-dairy milk. I like the almonds roasted and unsalted for extra protein in the morning.

Hans G Nter T.
Avocado, strawberries, nuts and tonus bread
Avocado, marmelade and cacao (or other spices like ginger)
Eggs, spinach leaves, butter, tonus

Sofia W.
I love a breakfast burrito or bagel sandwich. Both can. Be done fairly healthy. However, both can be a HUGE calorie bomb if not done thoughtfully. An apple makes for a good snack on my commute too.

Katherine U.
Anything that's easy to carry, like a piece of fruit (you can add some nut butter or hummus to dip it in) or a sandwitch

Neotero N.
Smoothies are always great, and relatively cheap to make. Other options would be protein bars or a cup of trail mix, which have saved me many days throughout college. If time allows, you can always make your breakfast ahead of time and do something like overnight oats or throw together a parfait.

Vero P.
Do you think you get the right amount of protein, carbohydrates, or fat in you morning breakfast? And remember veggies can definitely be 4 breakfast!

Not too much fat of course!!

Regino N.
I would think that one of the best on the go breakfasts is a smoothie. You could ensure that you have all the food groups in there and take it on the go.

Christian Z.
My favorite: prep overnight oatmeal in a jar or Tupperware. Fill a jar with oatmeal and your milk of choice, add some toppings of your choice (fruit, nuts, cinnamon, peanut butter,…). Leave it in the fridge over night, it's ready to eat when you wake up!