Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. You know it. I know it. But how many times do you rush out the door without having breakfast?
If you’re like most people, it’s more times than you care to admit.
Abra cadabra—breakfast hassle be gone!
Below are 15 delicious ways to start your morning. The following 15 breakfast recipes are hassle-free, guaranteed to fill you up and give you the kick of energy you need.
Oh, and they all take less than 15 minutes to make.
Pineapple Mint Smoothie from Natural Girl Modern World
This bright glass of tropical love is the perfect pick-me-up when you’re craving more sunshine in your life! Your taste buds will be whisked away by the sweet, juicy pineapple combined with the refreshing twist of mint.
Raspberry Chia Pudding from Elephantastic Vegan
Have you jumped on the chia-train already? This vegan and gluten-free raspberry chia pudding is Bianca’s favorite breakfast lately. Chia puddings are awesome because you can make them the night before and enjoy them in the morning without any hassle.
Mango Mint Green Smoothie from Veggies Save the Day
This green smoothie has only five ingredients and no added sweeteners. You won’t even taste the kale.
Dairy Free Bircher Muesli from Lazy Cat Kitchen
Ania’s summer breakfast of choice is dairy-free Bircher muesli. She varies it using different fruit, nuts or seeds to keep it seasonal and to avoid getting bored.
Red Velvet Smoothie Bowl by Phruitful Dish
A mini tropical oasis in the middle of winter could be at your fingertips. Nutritionally, dragon fruit is recognized for its high vitamin C content and its ability to aid digestion.
Citrus Ginger Mint Green Smoothie by Vanilla & Bean
Creamy, minty and filling, this smoothie is refreshing in the morning for breakfast or for an afternoon pick me up! Delicious and nutritious anytime.
Pumpkin Spice Breakfast Porridge by Unconventional Baker
It’s like having pumpkin cake or scone for breakfast, but way quicker and so warming and nourishing, too. A sneaky way to have dessert for breakfast healthily! Plus, get your pumpkin spice fix at the same time.
Banana Buckwheat Smoothie Bowl by Vegan Huggs
Have you ever have a buckwheat smoothie? If you haven’t, you really should try one. They are creamy, nutritious and delicious!
Peach Cobbler for Breakfast by FitCakes
Ready to ditch the blueberry bagels and have a grown up breakfast? Peach cobbler is what us mature folks eat. Now you have a meal complete with healthy carbs, fats, and protein!
Banana Dates Tahini Smoothie by Food, Pleasure & Health
Banana Dates Tahini Smoothie has a healthy dose of tahini; tahini is simply a sesame paste that resembles peanut butter in some ways but it’s much nuttier and has a slight bitter undertone. For the sweetness, Dixya adds dates and some banana help lends to the smooth consistency and wonderful flavor.
Vegan Chocolate Zoats by Vegan Heaven
When Sina first heard of zoats (it’s pretty popular on Instagram), she just had to give it a try! Sina just loves healthy breakfast bowls like this one. They’re not only super easy to make but also sooo delicious and pretty with all the different colors!
Eggless French Toast by Live Eat Learn
It’s all made possible by nutritional yeast, transforming this simple mixture of milk, sugar, and spices into a savory alternative to this traditional egg dish. This recipe is easy, vegan, filling, sweet, savory and delicious.
Vanilla Overnight Oats by Plant Crush
There are lots of overnight oats recipes out there, but Ann Mai want to share her personal three-step method for vanilla overnight oats! This recipe makes one serving, but feel free to multiply it and make several bowls to keep in the fridge for the week. Add your favorite toppings for the perfect beautiful start to your day.
Lentil Green Smoothie by Grateful Grazer
This green smoothie is a convenient way to sneak veggies into your breakfast. With an unexpected boost of plant-based protein from lentils, this smoothie totally qualifies as a balanced meal. Steph has a smoothie like this most mornings of the week. She finds that including veggies with breakfast helps me feel great and make healthy choices for the rest of the day too.
>>Make this recipe even quicker by using canned lentils (no salt added) in this recipe instead of dry. <<
Quick Breakfast Risotto by Carob Cherub (that’s me!)
This risotto works exceptionally well if you have leftover rice cooked rice from a precious night. Feel free to add other warming spices and/or sliced fruit to this recipe to your taste. The recipe is easy to double, triple or quadruple for a multiple people in the morning.
Share with your favorite workaholic! Which one are you excited to try? Let me know in the comments.