Eating a healthy breakfast can be impossible with a busy schedule, but these five quick and healthy breakfast recipes can be made ahead of time so you don’t have to sacrifice health for convenience.


Berry Yogurt Smoothie

The best part about a smoothie is that it takes minutes to make and can be prepared ahead of time. Toss frozen berries and bananas into your blender with a few spoonfuls of Greek yogurt. Add a flavored liquid, such as juice or coconut water, to help it blend. Blend all this together and freeze it overnight to be used in the morning or later in the day. Honey can be added for an extra dose of antioxidants.


Oatmeal And Egg Bowl

Turn your regular morning oatmeal into a savory delight by adding an egg and colorful toppings. Prepare your oatmeal as usual but add a sprinkle of salt and pepper in place of sweeteners. Fry an egg and place it over the oatmeal with a sprinkling of cheese or fresh peppers for a breakfast rich in vitamins and fiber.


Macadamia Ricotta Tomato Toast

Toast for breakfast doesn’t have to be boring with this colorful and flavorful recipe. Use slices of whole grain bread for the toast. Make your own macadamia ricotta cheese spread and cover each slice with it to your preference. Sprinkle on some basil and cracked pepper, if desired. Two slices of fresh heirloom tomatoes should then be added to each slice of toast before enjoying.


Egg and Avocado Toast

Easy to make and transport, this breakfast is perfect on-the-go. Toast two slices of multigrain bread and then spread a hearty layer of smashed avocado on each. Sprinkle on salt and pepper for flavor. Fry up two eggs until the yolk is mostly firm before placing an egg on each slice. Garnish with a sprinkle of cheese for a protein-dense meal.


Chocolate and Berry Breakfast Bowl

Start your day with a quick meal that’s both healthy and sweet. Cook up your favorite breakfast grain, such as oatmeal, or make yourself a protein-dense bowl of quinoa. Add a handful of raspberries, bananas, and blueberries for your daily serving of fruit. Top the bowl with chunks of dark chocolate and almonds to add extra minerals, protein, and fiber.