On-The-Go Breakfast Options for Busy Mornings

If you ever feel like there’s never enough time in the morning to think about breakfast, you’re definitely not alone

Chia and Fruit Pudding is a quick and tasty breakfast option that’s perfect for any busy morning.

If you ever feel like there’s never enough time in the morning to think about breakfast, you’re definitely not alone. Whether you’re hitting the gym before work, pressing the snooze button countless times or getting the kids ready for school, finding time to make yourself a healthy breakfast can seem nearly impossible.

That’s why we’re sharing a handful of recipes that allow you to prep-ahead, making for quick, simple and healthy breakfasts that add just a few minutes to your mornings.

Kicking things off is a Chia and Fruit Pudding, complete with agave nectar and pineapples. We suggest you’ll want to prep several batches of this one! You can pre-chop the fruit and place it in the fridge in nestable and stackable FoodSaver® Fresh Containers that allow you to remove air and create an airtight seal- keeping the contents fresh for 2x longer when compared to other storage methods. In the morning, combine the fruit and the pudding mixture and enjoy!

Oatmeal Breakfast Bars


Ditch the pricy store-bought bars and make your own version with this simple recipe for Oatmeal Breakfast Bars. Double this recipe on a quiet Sunday and seal them up in a FoodSaver® Zipper Bag using your vacuum sealer and you’ll have a healthy option ready to go throughout the week.

Freezer Smoothie Packs

The Taylor House

From FoodSaver® ambassador, Chrissy Taylor of The Taylor House, these recipes for Smoothie Packs include something for everyone, from Blueberry Peach to Peanut Butter Strawberry. Put together the packs ahead of time and toss them into the freezer so that enjoying a fresh and satisfying smoothie in the morning is as easy as possible.

Quinoa Fruit Yogurt Parfait


Last up is a Quinoa, Fruit and Yogurt Parfait. This one is incredible simple and endlessly customizable. You can stick to those three ingredients or get creative by mixing in multiple different fruits or other flavors of yogurt. Pre-prep this one in a jar the night before so that all you need to do in the morning is grab it out of the fridge!

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