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3 on-the-go breakfast recipes

3 on-the-go breakfast recipes

Let’s face it: breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It provides fuel for our brains and bodies so we can function properly throughout the day. But sometimes mornings are hectic, especially if you’re traveling or have a busy schedule. That’s why I’ve complied three delicious recipes that require minimal preparation time and are perfect for eating on-the-go! Subscribe, share, and enjoy 3 on-the-go breakfast recipes.

3 on-the-go breakfast recipes
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1. Overnight oats

Overnight oats are the perfect breakfast for anyone who’s busy in the morning, but wants to eat something nutritious. It’s also a great way to make sure you’re getting some fiber and protein in your diet before you head out for the day.

Overnight oats are made by mixing together rolled oats with milk (or other liquid), sweetener and any additional ingredients you want (like fruit). Then you let it sit overnight so that everything has time to soak together and soften up – kind of like a cold porridge! The longer they sit in the fridge, the creamier they’ll get (but don’t leave them too long or else they might become soggy). You can use any kind of dairy product here: cow’s milk works best if it’s not too thick; almond or soy milk work well too; even coconut cream would be delicious! And any sweetener will do – honey will give your dish more depth while maple syrup adds sweetness without taking away from other flavors like molasses does…

3 on-the-go breakfast recipes
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3 on-the-go breakfast recipes
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2. Egg muffins

Egg muffins are a great way to start your day, because they’re easy to make and can be eaten on the go. They’re also a good source of protein, which helps keep you feeling full until lunchtime. Plus, they’re quick and easy to make–no need for an oven or stovetop!

Eggs have vitamins A and D (which help maintain healthy skin), as well as iron (which helps keep blood healthy), zinc (which supports immune system health), selenium (which protects against free radicals) and B12 (important for red blood cell production).

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3. Breakfast smoothie

Making a smoothie is an easy way to get in some extra nutrients, and if you do it right, it can be really filling too. Smoothies are great because you can put whatever ingredients you want in them–you don’t have to worry about getting bored or running out of ideas for new combinations.

I like to keep my smoothies light with fruit and nut butter as the main ingredients (no added sugar), but there are plenty of other ways to make them more substantial if that’s what you’re looking for! Here are some tips:

  • Add some protein powder or oats at the end if your smoothie isn’t thick enough
  • Use frozen berries instead of fresh ones–they’ll give a thicker texture without watering down your drink!
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These recipes are quick and easy to make, but also full of healthy ingredients that will keep you full all morning.

These recipes are quick and easy to make, but also full of healthy ingredients that will keep you full all morning.

If you’re looking for a healthy breakfast that’s easy to take on-the-go, these recipes are for you! They’re packed with protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals–all things your body needs in the morning. Plus they taste good too!

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I hope that you enjoyed these three recipes and that they inspire you to make something delicious for yourself this week!

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