The snooze alarm is just so tempting, and once you’ve overslept, it’s easy to rush out the door without grabbing something to eat. After all, who has time to cook eggs and bacon when you’re already 10 minutes behind schedule? Fortunately, there are plenty of simple breakfast options for even the most hectic of mornings, and they’re not limited to granola bars and Pop-Tarts. Here are five super-fast morning meals that should take you just a minute or two to prepare.
1. Waffles with Nut Butter and Bananas
Toaster waffles aren’t just a delivery vehicle for maple syrup. Here, they serve as a base for a tasty combo of nut butter and bananas. Recipe from Real Simple.
- 4 frozen whole-grain waffles
- 4 tablespoons almond butter or peanut butter
- 2 bananas, thinly sliced
- 1 tablespoon honey
Directions: Toast your waffles. While waffles are warming, slice the banana.
Spread almond or peanut butter on cooked waffles, top with sliced banana, and then drizzle with honey.