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These wake-and-take recipes are family favorites, perfect for when you need your morning meal on the run.
These banana muffins are light and fluffy, and the distinctive taste of honey shines through.
Filled with sausage, smoky scrambled eggs, and a bright, fresh avocado-tomato salsa, these burritos make a hearty breakfast on the go.
These butterscotch pecan scones are tender, sweet, and rich — almost like giant cookies — and perfect for sharing with friends and neighbors (especially if you’re like me and need to get them out of the house before you eat the entire batch!).
These energy bites are the type of wholesome treat that you can feel good about giving to your family. Finely chopped dates lend a little natural sweetness and fiber, and their stickiness helps bind the balls together.
With just two bowls and a muffin tin, you can whip up these kid-friendly treats in just 35 minutes — and they’re a great way to sneak in a little extra protein and vegetables.
These refreshing smoothies are made with frozen fruit and store-bought mango nectar, so you can whip them up in a flash.
These crispy-chewy bars are a mishmash of nuts, cereal, coconut, and dried blueberries bound with a sweet almond butter-date paste. And you can stash them in your purse because they hold together as well as store-bought bars.
Sweet, tart and gooey, these bars are a happy marriage of blondies and raspberry jam — and I love them just as much with my morning coffee as I do for dessert.
Morning glory muffins are made with a little bit of everything — whole wheat flour, carrots, apples, raisins, walnuts, orange juice, coconut and wheat germ — and, true to their name, they’re a glorious way to start the day.