Zucchini Muffins - We like to pack our zucchini muffins with other textures and flavors, too: a handful of white raisins, some walnuts, a quarter cup of flax seeds or oat bran, maybe some extra grated carrots. We also really like this recipe from Simply Recipes, which uses oil or melted butter and doesn't require a mixer. 2. Homemade English Muffins - Sara Kate's recipe is whole wheat, and delicious in the mornings. Just pop in the toaster, put on some butter (or peanut butter, for a protein boost) and eat on your way out the door. 3. Zucchini and Bacon Frittata - This frittata is just as good one, two, or even three days after baking. You can cut it into wedges and wrap them individually for a quick grab and go. It's sturdy enough to eat with your hands, too. 4. Dried Fig and Nut Bars - Homemade granola bars! These are sweet, crunchy, and chewy. 5. Overnight Oatmeal with Apricots and Buttermilk - If you have just a little more time, try steel-cut oatmeal! This oatmeal cooks with apricots and buttermilk overnight in the Crock-Pot. It makes a lot, and it's just as delicious reheated. If you have just five minutes to sit down with a bowl of oatmeal, these creamy, pearly oats will make it worth your time. 6. Bill Granger's Oat, Pear, and Raspberry Loaf - This is a hunk of fruit, baked with oats and spices. It's a dense sort of bread, very nourishing and satisfying on a cold morning. 7. Peach and Spice Tea Muffins - Another muffin. Make a half-batch and store tightly wrapped. 8. "Ham and Cheese" Breakfast Casserole - A breakfast casserole that can also be sliced up, packaged individually, and grabbed on the go. And two more muffins: 9. Lemon Sesame Muffins - These muffins get doused with a lemon syrup just after baking, which helps them stay soft and moist for up to a week. 10. Mini Blueberry Lemon Muffins - Small, easy, and cute. OK, readers! Do you have more suggestions for Liz? These are only a few of the breakfast possibilities out there, of course. What do you depend on for quick, portable breakfast?