15 Easy On-The-Go Breakfast Recipes That Will Make Your Mornings Easier

Breakfast Egg Muffins

Food Faith Fitness

We've all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but if that’s the case, why do so many of us often skip it? Probably because making and eating breakfast takes time, and time is something the majority of us don’t have when we’re trying to run out the door in the morning. However, with a little advance planning and culinary know-how, you can stock your freezer, fridge, and pantry with the most delicious on-the-go breakfast items.

From breakfast burritos and smoothies to classic muffins and quiches, here are 15 of the best on-the-go breakfast recipes for work.

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Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Biscuit Sandwiches

Biscuit Sandwiches

Foodie Crush

A twist on a traditional egg-and-biscuit sandwich, this recipe by Foodie Crush uses hard-boiled eggs instead of scrambled or baked. Stack cheese, slices of hard-boiled eggs, and bacon inside of a biscuit, and you're left with the perfect on-the-go breakfast.

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Chocolate Chip Coffee Cake Muffins

Muffins

Half Baked Harvest

Indulge your sweet tooth and bake a batch of chocolate chip coffee cake muffins from Half Baked Harvest. Not only do they taste delicious, but they’re also perfect for eating on the go, whether that’s in your car or on the walk to work. You can also make a large batch and freeze them so you have a backup breakfast for busy mornings.

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Sausage, Spinach, and Pepper Omelette in a Jar

Omelette in a Jar

My Life Cookbook

My Life Cookbook's recipe for eggs baked in a jar is genius. The steps are exactly the same as making a quiche, but instead of pouring the egg and vegetable mixture into a pie crust, you pour it into a mason jar. Cover and refrigerate until you’re ready to bake it, then cook and take to work.

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Scrambled Tofu Breakfast Burrito

Breakfast Burrito

Minimalist Baker

Minimalist Baker's tofu breakfast burrito is completely vegan and makes for an easy, healthy, on-the-go breakfast. The burritos are made with scrambled tofu, roasted vegetables, and avocado, and take about 30 minutes to finish cooking. You can make a few at a time and store them in the freezer to eat throughout the week.

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Apple and Cheddar Scones

Scones

Spoon Fork Bacon

Another baked good that’s easy to eat on the go, these apple-and-cheddar scones from Spoon Fork Bacon will change up your breakfast routine and can be frozen and saved for later. You’ll definitely want to bake these in advance, but you’ll happy you did when it comes time to quickly grab one in the morning while you’re heading out the door.

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Spinach Breakfast Egg Muffins With Artichokes

Breakfast Egg Muffins

Food Faith Fitness

If you like spinach-and-artichoke dip, you’ll love this easy, healthy breakfast recipe from Food Faith Fitness. It calls for ground turkey, eggs, spinach, and artichoke, and takes around a half-hour to make. Whip up a large batch in a muffin tin and save leftovers for later.

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2-Minute Green Smoothie

Smoothie

Half Baked Harvest

Likely one of the first breakfast items that come to mind when you think of foods you can eat on the go, a smoothie is a quick, easy morning solution. This Half Baked Harvest recipe takes just two minutes to blend up and can fit in a to-go cup to drink on the way to work. Combine avocado, spinach, banana, mango, hemp seeds, maca powder, and unsweetened nut milk to make it at home.

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Sugar-Crusted Banana Bread

Banana Bread

Hummingbird High

Who wouldn’t want to start the day with a thick, warm slice of dense, moist banana bread? Hummingbird High's recipe takes the traditional breakfast cake to a whole new level by adding a little bit of dark rum and a crunchy raw-sugar topping. 

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Cherry, Berry, and Banana Overnight Oats

Overnight Oats

Foodie Crush

Make these overnight oats before you go to sleep, and wake up with breakfast that’s ready to eat. Foodie Crush's recipe calls for oats, cherries, berries, bananas, and almond milk. Make yours right in a mason jar so it’s ready to go with you wherever you’re headed in the morning.

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Sweet Cottage Cheese Toast With Grapes

Cottage Cheese Toast with Grapes

Sugar Salted

When you’re in a pinch, lather some cottage cheese mixed with honey on a slice of bread, then top with halved grapes and chopped almonds for a healthy and creative toast recipe, courtesy of Sugar Salted. It might be a little messy to eat in the car, but it’s a quick meal that can go with you out the door.

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Mediterranean Mini Frittatas

Mini Frittatas

Foodie Crush

Foodie Crush's mini frittatas are bursting with Mediterranean flavors. Pour a mixture of eggs, milk, artichokes, kalamata olives, sweet red peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, and cheese into mini muffin tins to bake ahead of time and enjoy on the go.

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Mushroom, Goat Cheese, and Rosemary Quiches

quiche

Bowl of Delicious

For a fluffier, more popover-like breakfast dish, make these mushroom, goat cheese, and rosemary crustless quiches from Bowl of Delicious. If you like extra protein with your breakfast, add in some crispy chopped bacon.

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Carrot Cake Breakfast Cookies

breakfast cookies

 A Couple Cooks

Cookies for breakfast? It's not too good to be true. These carrot cake breakfast cookies from A Couple Cooks are not only easy to eat on-the-go, but they're also vegan! Coconut oil subs for butter in this easy recipe.

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Blueberry Overnight Oats

overnight oats

 Feed Me Phoebe

Whip up these blueberry overnight oats from Feed Me Phoebe the night before, then in the morning, all you have to do is grab them from the fridge. You'll love the berry compote on top—even though the recipe is low on sugar, it adds natural sweetness.

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Coconut Almond Breakfast Pops

popsicles

 Half Baked Harvest

Half Baked Harvest's breakfast popsicles aren't just convenient for busy mornings, they're also so much fun to eat. Make these on a Sunday and eat them during the week—if they last that long, that is! Bonus: They're also healthy, made with just Greek yogurt, almond milk, maple syrup, berries, and granola.

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