Breakfast on the Go Recipes

Breakfast on the Go Recipes - Eggo Bites

Waking up in the morning can be such a challenge. Finding something quick and easy to eat while on the go is even more of a challenge, especially for people like me who have difficulty functioning before noon. 

Here are a few easy recipes to help get you or your family get out the door quickly with a healthy breakfast. 

Kellogg's Eggo Bites Waffle

Eggo Bites On The Go-Go

These tiny treats can be made in a variety of ways. Here are a few quick and easy ideas that are ready to eat in 2 minutes!


1 package of frozen Kellogg's Eggo Bites Waffle (each box contains four packages; eight bites per package)

 4 tsp or 1.5 oz travel size of cream cheese

 Ocean Spray Craisins


- Follow the instructions on the Kellogg's Eggo Bites Waffle box to make eight bites.

- Spread 1 tsp of the cream cheese on top of each of the four of the bites. 

- Sprinkle a few of the dried cranberries on top of the cream cheese.

- Top with the remaining four toasted bites; like a sandwich.  

There you have it.  Kellogg's Eggo Bites Waffle on the go-go!

*note: If you enjoy these delicious breakfast treats and want to add some variety, you may substitute the cream cheese for a hazelnut spread (such as Nutella) or peanut butter. The cranberries can be switched out for raisins or a ripe banana, too. With all of the different varieties of spreads and toppings, you can have a new breakfast each and every day.

Banana Breakfast Dog

Banana Breakfast Dog

This healthy snack can be made at home and enjoyed on your way out the door.


1 hot dog bun 

2 tsp peanut butter

1 peeled banana

1 oatmeal-raisin granola bar, crumbled

1 pre-cooked slice of bacon, crumbled

Smuckers Strawberry Jam to taste


- Open the bun lengthwise and spread the peanut butter on the bottom of the bun.

- Sprinkle the crumbled granola bar on top of the peanut butter.

- Place the peeled banana inside the bun.

- Spread the strawberry jelly on top of the banana.

- Sprinkle crumbled bacon on top of the “breakfast dog.”  

Sausage and Cheese English Muffin 

Grab and Go Sausage & Cheese Muffin

This quick breakfast can be made the night before. It is a quick heat-up to eat on the go or when you arrive at the office or school. 


1 sourdough English muffin, halved

1 frozen, pre-cooked sausage patty

1 slice cheddar cheese 

Parchment paper


- Place the pre-cooked sausage patty on top of the bottom portion of the muffin.

- Top the sausage with the cheddar cheese and place the top of the muffin on top of the sausage.

- Wrap the muffin in parchment paper.

- Microwave on high for 45 seconds or until cheese is melted and the sausage is reheated throughout.


Two-Minute Scrambled Eggs

Eggs in a Coffee Cup

Wow!  Who would think cooking an egg could ever be so quick and easy. Check this out! 


Cooking spray

2 eggs

2 tsp milk

2 tsp shredded cheese

Salt, pepper, and/or any other herbs to taste.


- Coat a large microwave safe coffee mug with cooking spray.

- Add eggs and milk and beat until completely blended.

- Microwave on high for 45 seconds; gently stir.

- Microwave on high again, between 30-45 seconds until the eggs set.

Note:  Monitor this closely as microwave power varies between models.

-Top with cheese and season with salt, pepper, and herbs (as needed).


A Bag Full Of Energy

A little bit of sweet, a little bit of salty... This easy mix will give you the burst of energy you need to get your day going. 

A bag full of trail mix.


1/4 cup salted peanuts

1/4 cup Ocean Spray Craisins

1/4 cup raisins

1/4 cup peanut butter coated candies (such as Reese’s Pieces)

1/4 cup salted pretzels


- Combine all ingredients in a Hefty Slider Storage Bag. Shake.

by Mark Keyser-Ziegler


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