8 breakfast bars under 250 calories that will make your mornings so much easer

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Sometimes it seems like an appetizing breakfast is the number one reason to get out of heaven your bed. But it's easy to run out of recipe inspiration, get bored of your usual A.M. meal, or be so rushed you can't think about food until your stomach browbeats you into eating. Enter: these easy-to-make breakfast bars that come in at fewer than 250 calories each. They're a cinch to prepare ahead of time so when you bounce of bed each morning, you know exactly what tastiness is in store.

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8 breakfast bars under 250 calories that will make your mornings so much easer

1. Super Seedy Granola Bars from Minimalist Baker

Thanks to chia seeds, sunflower seeds, flax seeds, hemp seeds, almonds, and nut butter, this bar is loaded with healthy fats. Get the recipe here

Per one serving: 238 calories

2. Peanut Butter Oatmeal Breakfast Bars from Well Plated

Peanut butter and bananas are a match made in heaven. Plus, complex carbohydrates from oats and whole-wheat flour help you start the day on an energized foot. Get the recipe here.

Per one serving: 210 calories

3. Coconut Cranberry Protein Bars from Lexi’s Clean Kitchen

These bars call for protein powder and protein-rich eggs, so you can stay fuller longer. Get the recipe here

Per one serving: 240 calories

4. Gluten-Free Vegan Raspberry Oat Breakfast Bars from Sarah Bakes Gluten Free

This crust is made of oats, unsweetened applesauce, unsweetened coconut milk, and more. Combined with the raspberry filling, you’ve got a sweet way to wake up. Get the recipe here.

Per one serving: 230 calories

5. Vegan Almond Joy Protein Bars from The Healthy Maven

Coconut fans, this one’s for you! With coconut flour, unsweetened coconut flakes, and coconut oil, these bars feel positively indulgent. That chocolate drizzle doesn’t hurt. Get the recipe here.

Per one serving: 149 calories

6. Strawberry Banana Oat Bars from Running With Spoons

In the age of Pinterest, there’s nothing cooler than making your own strawberry jam and incorporating it into a healthy breakfast. Get the recipe here.

Per one serving: 222 calories

7. Vegan PB & J Energy Bars from Nutritionist In The Kitch

Hello, childhood nostalgia in the form of peanut butter and jelly bars that only require five ingredients! You’ve got fiber from the oats, protein and healthy fats from the almonds, and a dose of sweetness thanks to cranberries and dates. Get the recipe here.

Per one serving: 208 calories

8. Chewy Dark Chocolate Cherry Protein Granola Bars from Ambitious Kitchen

These bars sound like dessert in disguise, but they’re actually nutrient-rich. They feature complex carbohydrates from oats and millet, healthy fats from chia seeds, and protein thanks to nut butter and protein powder. Get the recipe here.

Per one serving: 195 calories


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