Professional woman makes a quick and easy breakfast for her busy workweek

It's hard to remember to have a healthy breakfast during the workweek, especially when our mornings are busy with a list of chores to do before we even get to work.

So, we're going to give you two quick and easy recipes you can make ahead on a weekend or weeknight.

These breakfast recipes are protein-packed, filling, and, of course, healthy. They're perfect for your crazy workweek mornings. All you'll have to do is grab n' go and not have to worry about anything except your cup of coffee!

Here are two quick and easy breakfast recipes for your busy workweek.

Pumpkin Peanut Butter Overnight Oats

Yields: 1 serving

1/3 cup oats

1/2 cup Greek yogurt

3 tbsp. powdered peanut butter

1/4 cup pumpkin pie spice

1 tbsp. chia seeds

Combine all ingredients in a mason jar or Tupperware container. Mix the ingredients together, and store in the refrigerator overnight. Multiply this recipe as needed for as many days as you'd like!

Mini Frittatas


1 egg = 1 frittata

Make as many or as few as you would like. We recommend making a dozen eggs for the whole workweek, so you can have 2-3 for breakfast every morning.

Scramble eggs in a bowl. Divide evenly into greased muffin tins.

To each muffin, add your choice combination of:

  • Vegetables (broccoli, spinach, etc.)
  • Bacon
  • Sausage
  • Cheese

Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 25 minutes. After allowing the frittatas to cool, store them in the refrigerator for a tasty breakfast all week long.

We hope you'll find these recipes to be quick and easy, so you can have a healthy breakfast on your busiest days. Remember: If you want to work it daily, first you've got to have a nutritious breakfast!

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Note: Individuals should always speak to their physician before making any significant dietary or lifestyle changes.

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