Even when the morning hustle is at its most chaotic during the week, you won't see me skip breakfast. Over the years I've learned that there's a way to get out the door on time and have a totally satisfying breakfast that will get you through the morning. The key is keeping a roster of a few quick and reliable recipes you can pull together in minutes and those that offer a head-start during weekend meal prep.
Make a batch of hard-boiled eggs and chop up the veggies over the weekend, then all that's left to do in the morning is stuff everything in a pita before dashing out the door.
Between the spicy ginger and lime, this smoothie packs a punchy kick that will also help wake you up.
If you like to grab something and eat at your desk, these DIY oatmeal cups are right up your alley. All you need is hot water to turn it into a creamy breakfast.
This version of shakshuka is easy enough that you can even make it in the office microwave.
When pancakes involve no more than a ripe banana and a couple of eggs, they slide right into weekday morning territory.
This on-the-go breakfast can be made in advance during your weekend meal prep session or assembled first thing in the morning.
This recipe calls for Swiss chard, but you can really use whatever greens you have on hand. Fried or soft-boiled eggs also make a nice alternative to poached.
You might not have time for a loaf of freshly baked banana bread first thing in the morning, but this hearty smoothie delivers all the same flavors you're craving.
Use the Instant Pot and a bowl of steel-cuts oats is totally doable on weekday mornings. Save time by getting it started before jumping into your morning routine; that way by the time you're ready, breakfast will be too.
Kick up your avocado toast with a layer of protein-packed Greek yogurt, then finish it with a drizzle of honey and flaky salt.