12 Best Products for Breakfast on the Go
We know you're busy! (Us, too.) Instead of skipping the most important meal of the day, opt for these yummy finds that make eating breakfast a breeze.
Quaker Breakfast Cookies
A good source of fiber, iron and calcium, these incredibly soft and chewy breakfast cookies ($21 for 36 cookies) are the exact way every single person should be waking up in the morning. No cooking required.
Kind Breakfast Bar
If you don’t need a full-fledged breakfast to fill up your belly in the morning, these breakfast bars ($34 for 32 bars) will do the trick. They’re just the right amount for a quick breakfast fix. (These make-ahead breakfast casseroles are fast, too!)
Carnation Breakfast Essentials Drink Mix
Just empty a packet of this breakfast powder drink mix ($30 for 60 packets) into a large glass, stir in 1 cup of cold, fat-free milk and enjoy a sweet tasting breakfast smoothie that’s jam packed with 21 vitamins and minerals.
Kashi Heart to Heart Honey Toasted Oat Breakfast Cereal
Cereal will never get old. The dependable breakfast staple is even easier to consume with Kashi’s honey toasted oat breakfast cereal cup ($13 for 12 cups). Just add milk.
Chobani Flip Yogurt
Created with all-natural, non-GMO ingredients, Chobani’s new line of Flip yogurt is a must-have for those who have a busy morning routine. Each yogurt pack contains Greek yogurt and only natural mix-ins to make it extra yummy.
Available at select grocery stores
Zen Breakfast Blend Smoothie
More of a smoothie person? You’re in luck. Zen came up with a chocolate breakfast blend smoothie ($15 for 5 pouches)—simply add in the milk and mix it together, then savor the meal-sized breakfast drink all morning long.
belVita Baked Breakfast Biscuit
Sure, biscuits and gravy hit the spot, but baked breakfast biscuits ($17 for 30 biscuit packs) are the next best thing when you’re racing to get out the door. And as sugary as they might taste, there are no artificial flavors or sweeteners. Each biscuit should provide enough energy for up to 4 hours.
The Protein Ball Co. Whey Protein Balls
They’re small, they’re bite-sized, they’re filled with protein and they’re already made for you. Seriously, there’s nothing not to love about these whey protein balls ($25 for 12 bags), packaged in to-go bags for your convenience.
Kodiak Cakes Chocolate Chip Oatmeal in a Cup
The only thing better than sweet, homemade oatmeal (these are our fave recipes) is oatmeal in a cup. You can cook this delicious chocolate chip oatmeal ($24 for 12 cups) by adding water then heating it up in the microwave for a little under a minute. Just grab a spoon and you’ll be good to go!
Duncan Hines Breakfast Muffin and Cake Mix
A muffin (or even better, a cake!) in a cup? Yes, please! Duncan Hines’ breakfast muffin and cake mix ($3 for 4 pouches) is perfect for people who aren’t afraid to indulge a little during the morning time—even when they’re in a rush. Ready in about a minute, they’re as tasty as they are time-friendly. (These are our best-ever coffee cake recipes!)
Kellogg’s Breakfast Cereal in a Cup
These all-star cereal cups ($25 for 24 cups) make waking up that much better in the morning. You can either munch on it dry, or pour it into a bowl with milk once you get to your morning destination.
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