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Portable eats FTW.
With strawberries and chia seeds. Recipe here.
Make the hardboiled eggs in a big batch ahead of time — they stay good in the fridge for up to a week. Recipe here.
Stack 'em proudly. Recipe here.
As delicious as any muffin you'd pick up at the deli, but without the scary amount of sugar and fat and who knows what else? Recipe here.
Sure, it looks like dessert, but this super-chocolaty smoothie is actually packed with perfect breakfast ingredients: Greek yogurt, bananas, and peanut butter. Recipe here.
Packed with spinach and egg. Recipe here.
Healthy oatmeal cookies, with plenty of nut butter added to keep you full until lunch. Recipe here.
Primed for Tupperware. Recipe here.
Ready in all of six minutes. Recipe here.
Filled with good-for-you stuff like dried fruit, nuts, and seeds. Plus, they're dense and a little less delicate than, say, a muffin (good if you plan to carry them around in your purse). Recipe here.
Nothing wrong with ~basic squares~, you guys. Especially if they taste this good. Recipe here.
Prep it in a tupperware container the night before, then in the morning just grab a spoon and go. Recipe here.
Kid-approved — with granola, peanut butter, nuts, and dried fruit. Recipe here.
Toast a thick slice of your favorite whole-grain bread, spread with ricotta cheese, then top with avocado slices and some crushed red pepper. Works for lunch too. More info here.
The ingredients in these aren't exactly novel (mushrooms, chives, onion, and a little bit of bacon), but baking them in a jar means that instead of wolfing them down as fast as possible at home, you can take them with you and actually enjoy breakfast. Recipe here.
Packed with antioxidants. Recipe here.
Just oatmeal + banana. Recipe here.
This version calls for peaches but would taste great with just about any stone fruit or berry. Recipe here.
Power up. Recipe here.
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