Life is busy. But don’t worry, we’ve got your back. Prep now, eat later – cutlery (mostly) optional
Granola bars may be an OG snack, but they’re also packed with refined sugars and preservatives. But made at home, they’re exactly what you want: a hearty meal-on the go.
Instead of picking up a bagel on the way, consider preparing yourself a portable brekkie. Think hard boiled eggs, crackers, fruits, nuts,– whatever you like.
Wholesome and satisfying, we recommend keeping a batch of these in the freezer at all times.
Kids love pancakes. But who has time to whip up a batch on a busy weekday morning? Mix up your batter, pour into mini muffin cups and top with your favorites. Bake, then freeze ‘em.
Egg cups are one of the easiest grab-and-go breakfasts. Imagine your favorite omelet. Now picture it as a muffin. Mix ‘em up and pop in the oven. Then refrigerate and warm the next morning.
Looking for a quick and simple breakfast your kids can make themselves? Start with a jar or container. Layer honey, yogurt, fruit and a sprinkling of cereal.
These can be made ahead of time and refrigerated till you need them. In fact, they will stay fresh for up to a week in the fridge and even longer in the freezer.