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20 Ideas for Breakfast on the Go

Here are 20 Ideas for Breakfast on the Go. I am always looking for breakfast ideas for on the go. This idea was created after we woke up late for school one morning.

Here are 20 Ideas for Breakfast on the go suggestions to help you on those busy mornings!

My son likes to eat cereal and drink a glass of milk in the morning so when we woke up late, I grabbed a solo cup filled it with cereal and milk and we jumped in the car. On the way to school he ate his cereal and then “drank” his milk. Now he often asks for “to go” cereal 🙂 Another favorite is pancakes on the go. We may wake up late for school, but I always send him with breakfast.

20 Ideas for Breakfast on the Go:

1.  Peanut Butter Sandwich
2.  Peanut Butter Crackers
3.  Cereal in a Red Solo Cup
4.  Pancake with Peanut Butter rolled up
5.  Pancake with a Sausage Link rolled up
6.  Tortilla with Turkey or Ham and Cheese
7.  Tortilla with Peanut Butter and Jelly
8.  Egg McMuffin
9.  Frozen Yogurt Covered Blueberries
10.  DIY Uncrustable
11.  Make Ahead Smoothie
12.  Leggo My Eggo Grilled Cheese Sandwich
13.  Banana Peanut Butter Pizza
14.  Marshmallow Peanut Butter Fluff Sandwich
15.  Sprinkle Pancakes
16.  Homemade Instant Oatmeal Packets
17.  Easy Overnight Oatmeal (Crockpot)
18.  Pancakes “to go”
19.  Microwave Coffee Mug Scramble
20.  Fruit Pizza

Do you have any to share?  I really like to send my son to school with a protein to start his day.

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  1. if you have a magic bullet or something like it you can make really quick smoothies with frozen fruit and some juice. stick a straw in the cup and go. you can even hide veggies undetected like carrots or spinach and use frozen blueberries to disguise the color. my son loves them. and of coarse you can throw in some yogurt for protein. it might sound like a pain but it really only takes a couple minutes to make.

  2. I have a 17 and 20 yr old in college, and 9 and 11 yr olds. Everyone has such hectic sched. On Sunday I will make breakfast sand for the week ( eng muffins, egg, saus or bac and cheese). They freeze well and only take a minute in the microwave.

  3. Just an idea that i have not tried: make ahead pancakes and sausage. Wrap pancake around sausage and heat and go in the morning!

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