Healthy On-the-Go Breakfast Recipes: Overnight Oats & More

Aug 24 2018
The key to an easy morning? A grab-n-go breakfast! Each of these recipes can be made in a jar... Perfect for the hungry girl on the go!

Overnight Oats

If you’ve yet to try the chilled oats phenomenon, now is the time! Make a bunch over the weekend, and your weekday self will thank you... (FYI: We like ‘em cold, but feel free to heat ‘em up!)

Protein-Packed Yogurt Creations

Creamy yogurt provides a protein boost and extra yummitude. (Yes, that's a technical term.)

Amazon Find of the Day: Golden Spoon Mason Jars with Lids

The problem with most mason jars? They’re meant to be vacuum sealed, not easily opened and closed. That’s why these dishwasher-safe 10-oz. jars with their twist on/twist off lids are so fantastic! They also come with cute drinking lids with straw holes in them. Get a set of six for under $20. Then whip up a slew of these breakfast-in-a-jar recipes on a Sunday, and you’ll have morning meals for days!

Now go make yourself some breakfast! FYI, we may receive compensation from some of these links. Prices and availability are accurate at time of publication and are subject to change.

Chew on this:

OH HEY, August 24th (a.k.a. today) is National Peach Pie Day! Here's recipe-in-a-jar #12: Peach Pie Overnight Oats!

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