Getting up and moving in the morning doesn't have to be a struggle with these delicious and healthy options for breakfast you can easily make at home. These recipes all contain energy boosting fiber, protein and vitamins to keep you going until lunch time. Bonus: Many of these recipes can be made ahead of time for a grab-and-go breakfast sans excess sugar fat or chemicals and duh! They're super yummy as well.
Top yogurt with bran flake cereal and berries for a fiber-rich cereal breakfast that's easily portable. Pack an extra punch of protein by adding nuts.
Source: Real Simple
Spread peanut butter on a whole-wheat toaster waffle and top with fresh berries for a protein and fiber packed on-the-go treat.
Source: Women's Health
Vanilla Almond Chia Pudding
Chia pudding is great because not only is it chock full of fiber and anti-oxidants, but it can be made ahead of time and stored in the refrigerator. Combine chia seeds, almond milk, vanilla, honey and the fruit and nut topping your choice for a sweet and creamy breakfast guaranteed to get you going in the morning.
Source: Daily Burn
Avocado Toast with Ricotta Cheese
Red pepper flakes and ricotta cheese kick up your standard avocado. Whole grain bread adds necessary fiber to keep you feeling full until lunch hour.
Source: A Cozy Kitchen
Carrot Cake Smoothie Bowl
Like a smoothie, but thick enough to eat with a spoon, and sweet enough to satisfy dessert lovers. This bowl blends carrot, banana, dates ginger and protein powder for a healthy breakfast that's both vegan and gluten free.
Source: Casey's Wholesome Kitchen
Spinach And Egg Breakfast Wrap
This high-protein, easy to make breakfast wrap contains spinach for an iron boost, avocado for healthy fat to keep you feeling fuller longer.
Make these hearty breakfast muffins ahead of time for a healthy to-go morning meal chock full of nuts, seeds and fruits.
Source: Art and the Kitchen
Healthy No-Bake Granola Bites
These peanut-butter and oat packed treats can be made ahead for an on-the-go breakfast or protein rich snack during the day.
Source: Tastes Better From Scratch
Breakfast Sweet Potato
Try a sweet potato for breakfast by topping with granola and almond butter for a protein and fiber rich meal guaranteed to keep you full until lunch.
Source: Kim's Cravings
Spinach Power Smoothie
Blend up spinach and fruits with chia seeds for a nutrient dense smoothie that will get you going in the morning.
Source: Ambitious Kitchen
Peanut Butter Goji Berry Granola Bars
Get your protein from peanut butter and your anti-oxidants from goji berries with these make-ahead granola bars.
Source: Love and Lemons
Have scrambled eggs to-go with these savory bites filled with sausage (sub chicken or vegan sausage to be extra health-minded), cheese and spinach.
Source: Recipe Girl
Try these hearty and full-of-fiber cookies for breakfast. Made with bananas, oats and dried cranberries, they're so good, you won't believe that they're actually good for you!
Source: Dine and Dash
What's your "go to" healthy breakfast? Tell us in the comments below and join the conversation all month long on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook by using #makeithappenmay. Let's help each other keep kicking butt!This post was originally published on http://expeditionivy.com