Back to School Breakfast Ideas

How much time do you have for breakfast? You don’t have to wake up 2 hours early just to make a healthy breakfast. Whether you have 15 minutes or even just 1 minute, here are some great ways to start your day!

Got 15 Minutes? Make a smoothie by blending fresh or frozen fruit. Toss in a handful of spinach or kale for an extra boost! Try this delicious Get Your Greens Smoothie to start your day off with plenty of healthy vitamins and minerals!


Got 10 Minutes? Start your morning off with some healthy whole grains! Layer yogurt, fresh berries, and granola together to make a tasty parfait! Try this easy Pumpkin Pie Granola recipe for a one of a one-of-a-kind flavor!


Got 5 Minutes? Heat up a bowl of whole-grain oatmeal for plenty of protein and fiber! Three Sisters hot cereals and Quaker Real Medleys are ready in just 2 minutes and are perfect for anyone on the move! For a budget friendly option, make your own oatmeal mixtures ahead of time! Use this On-the-Go Oatmeal Mix recipe to take with you next time you are traveling. Ask the stewardess for a cup of hot water and you’ve got a healthy in-flight breakfast in no time!


Got 1 Minute? Grab a granola bar and dash out the door! Larabar and KIND bar offer gluten-free nutrient dense varieties for all ages! Make your own ahead of time with this easy delicious Chocolate Cherry Energy Bites recipe.


Check out my contribution on this topic to an article on Women’s Forum: Back to School Breakfast Ideas with RD Amari Cheffer

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