Hit-the-Trail Mix. Here's a portable breakfast for those days when you eat on the run: Mix 23 almonds and 2 tablespoons of raisins with 1 cup of Multi Grain Cheerios, place in a plastic bag, and shake.
Save Time — Plan Ahead. Prepare as much of the next day's breakfast as you can the night before. Even just grouping everything you need on the countertop helps.
These slides are a guide to help you choose the right amounts of protein, whole grains, and fruit. But the key to actually eating breakfast is knowing what works for you. So experiment! You might veganize recipes using soy or nut milk. Or you might want to stick to one quick recipe you can eat on the run. Even eating the same thing each day is better than no breakfast at all, so do what's best for you.