5 Quick Breakfasts Literally Everyone Has Time to Make

Go ahead and hit that snooze button one more time.

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I’m kind of obsessed with breakfast food, so much so that most days I forgo traditional lunches, like sandwiches and salads, just so I can sneak a second or third bowl of cereal into my day. And don’t even get me started on pancakes and French toast; I would gladly make both for dinner every week if I could.

Despite my love of breakfast, I still fall prey to rushed mornings with no time for my favorite meal of the day. This year, I've resolved to find breakfast recipes that fit my busy schedule. Here are the dishes that'll be my go-to for fast and easy breakfasts that taste great, too.

Everything tastes better when it's miniature, including these chocolate chip muffins. To give yours an unexpected twist, add one cup of chunky peanut butter to your batter. Muffins might not sound like a quick fix, but make them the night before and grab a few as you head out the door for a sweet desk-side start to your day.

This fruit smoothie makes the perfect grab-and-go breakfast. Combine frozen berries and a banana in a blender with vanilla yogurt and orange juice and you're all set to face even the most bustling of commutes. Add a teaspoon of honey for extra sweetness.



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Ree Drummond makes this super-simple recipe three to four times a week and you'll probably want to, too, once you try it! To make the "hole," simply press a cookie cutter or glass rim into a slice of your favorite bread.

Food Network Kitchen’s Microwave Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal for Healthy Dishes Every Grown Up Needs to Know, as seen on Food Network.

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Not only is this made-from-scratch oatmeal packed with heart-healthy fiber, it’s also completely microwavable! Simply combine all your ingredients in a sealed microwave-safe bowl and press start – it's that easy! For even more healthy goodness, leave the skin of your apple on.



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Seventeen minutes is all you'll need to make these bubbly breakfast pizzas. You don't need to worry about any pizza dough here – all you need is a pack of English muffins. Make them in the oven or toaster oven and top with Canadian bacon and mozzarella for a savory morning meal in minutes.

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