Healthy breakfast ideas you can make the night before

Healthy Breakfast Ideas You Make the Night Before

If you're not a morning person, preparing a solid breakfast may be the last thing on your mind in the AM.

But don't worry. You can maintain your night owl status and still respect the most important meal of the day.

Skip the cereal and milk, and try these healthy breakfast ideas you can whip up the night before:

1. Make A Quiche, Capiche?

Put together a quiche with veggies and protein on Sunday night for dinner, and then store it in the refrigerator. The slices reheat nicely and are just as tasty the next morning.

Of course, the eggs will cook further during reheating. So don't nuke the dish for too long, unless you want to turn your breakfast into rubber.

2. Sow Your Wild Oats

Mason jars are all the rage these days. So why not get in on the craze and prepare overnight oats. You simply add a cup of milk, half a cup of oats and any mix-ins you like.

For example, throw in some chia seeds for an extra nutrition boost. Then just stir and pop it in the fridge overnight.

In the morning, you'll have delicious oatmeal you can take on the go.

3. Get Down with Your Crunchy Self

Homemade granola is so simple, and because it's full of protein from nuts, it's good for you too.
Bake it once a week and eat it over yogurt. Not only that, but granola goes great with coffee.

Because the only thing better in those dreaded early morning hours than breakfast is a nice cup of joe.

Related: Healthy snacks to eat during the day:

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Healthy breakfast ideas you can make the night before

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